Some of mum's friends have woofies. She saw them a few weeks ago.
This is Amber. She lived in Iowa with Dave and Sue. But she was getting old and went to the bridge last week. Mum says she was getting very skinny but her tummy was furry large. But mum says she was a very nice woofie and had a good trick. You could put a treat on her nose, and she would let it set there until given permission to eat it. Then she would flip it in the air and catch it and it eat.
This is Smokey. He was a resque from a local shelter. He is a young and energetic little guy. So he gets lots of walks every day. He lives with mum's friends Gary and Jane. They have had both woofies and kitties over the years.
I guess I will let mum have a few woofie friends, as long as they don't come and visit.
My outside screen porch thingy came from Target. Its for woofies and can collapse for storage. So look in the woofie stuff it you wants one.
Those are furry nice lookin woofies. They don't look likes they would eat you.ReplyDelete
Sad about Amber going to the bridge. Her people will miss her. Smokey looks like a yapper but mom says he's pretty cute! Woodies just make us nervous!ReplyDelete
how sad about amber going to the bridge. even though we don't like woofies too much, we do get sad when we hear one gets sick or goes to the bridge.ReplyDelete
Oh. That first woofy looks alot like my old one, Hank. They're the best kind of woofies to have, I think.ReplyDelete
Woofies aren't bad...they just need to stay in their own houses!ReplyDelete
I can honestly say, I have never met a woofie up close and personal. I shall, therefore, reserve judgement.ReplyDelete
Amber was a pretty woofie. Purrs to her beans. Some woofies are OK, but they always want to sniff your butt and I don't like that, you know?ReplyDelete
I guess woofies are OK, as long as they keep their distance. I don't think I'd like it if my mom actually played with one, though.ReplyDelete
Woffies can be ok. Since we HAVE to live with one, we try to like her. But if she wasn't ours, we wouldn't want any to visit. Your mom got a really cool picture of the baby birdies getting fed! -- Alberta, Sky, Blackie and CharlieReplyDelete
I haven't seen a woofie up close for lots and lots and squillions of naps! But Mama can pet them when she sees them. She wented to one of the petfood stores a while back and petted retired greyhounds. I know she wouldn't bring one home, so it's okay. Woofies need pets like we do!ReplyDelete
Sorry about your Amber. Mama says that reminds her of one of her cats who came before me, her first one here in this city. She had cancer. She gotted reaally skinny before she went to the bridge.
Headbutts and purrayers for her beans!
I'm putting this post into my file labeled "Research on Woofies". The more I know, the better equipped I will be when the human pet finally brings home that dog that is a bull or a bull that is a dog thing.ReplyDelete