Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Sneaky!

Usually when our pawrents leave us at home, we listen for the truck to come back into the garage.  That way we can enthusiastically meet them at the door.  Stanley really puts on a show, complete with cries of pain so they understand how much we have suffered.  

But every now and again they sneak back into the house and we don't hear them.  And then they nab the evidence disproving our cries of how much we suffer in their absence.


Really, we were suffering!



Murphy & Stanley

26 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    BOL... yeah, torture... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. They are trying to catch you doing something
    Lily & Edward

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  3. You Doods are lucky you get to hang outside if you want to. We can't believe you didn't hear the truck come home. There must have been something very interesting to distract you that much.

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  4. That was not nice at all. Next time they come home jump on them so hard they topple over and lick them until the beg for mercy. That will learn them

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  5. When the Peeps are GONE fur YEARS at a time... they have NO idea how we suffer... they think if they see one second of Good, it makes up fur the 87 HOURS of pure torture that they didn't see. RIGHT?
    Peeps are just FULL of Stinkin Thinkin.

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  6. Hi boys, Hunter will bark when hubby comes home-even though he knows it is his dad. He cries like a banshie when we get to Lily and Coppers house-you'd think I kidnapped him or something.
    Maybe your parents parked down the street to catch you two looking out for them.
    Wags,
    Noreen and Hunter

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  7. Ha ha!!!! Our pups do the same thing, and I sometimes sneak up on them to prove that they are snoozing the afternoon away blissfully.

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  8. Shame on the humans!!! It is not nice to be sneaky:)

    We love to sit at the top of our hill too.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  9. I can see the agony y'all are suffering from how you are sitting and peering over your beautiful yard. It is truly heartbreaking. BOL!

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  10. Crikey ...... that's suffering alright!! Patrol and surveillance work is VERY TRYING!! Don't they know that? How would they like to sit in the hot sun for hours and hours? Fair dinkum ...... Pawrents?????? They have no appreciation of what we go through to protect them and their belongings, aye??

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  11. mol! yeah, our mom can come home early and catch us napping :) otherwise we are waiting at the front door...but only because we want dinner :D

    pip, smidgen, minnie, holie, sharpie, ditto

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  12. we always go crazy when mom & dad come home
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  13. I bet you two keep an eye on things.
    Coffee is on

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  14. I luv the way you guys do everything together!
    Yur Furend
    Louis Dog Armstrong

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  15. Anyone can look at that photo and see the pain. Really!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  16. humans huh? I hope you got a big chewing bone from your pawrents for waiting 87 hours...

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  17. You look VERY busy to me guarding the property while the peeps are off sumwhere having funs…wivout you!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  18. You were suffering IMMENSELY. I see pain written in every line of your bodies!

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  19. Your poor babies! I can see how much you suffering. I must add its not nice to sneak around behind your tails and get "evidence" of non suffering. Arent your cries enough!?

    Puppy Growls,
    Lucy

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  20. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I'm playing my itty bitty kitty violin
    Hugs madi your bfff MOLMOLMOL

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  21. Yups it's the same thing here. :-D

    Molly and my Mom @The Fast and The Furriest

    http://thefastandthefurriestat.weebly.com/

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  22. Those sneaks!

    Pawsome turtle stones by the way.

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  23. You definitely look like you are suffering to me!

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  24. Of course you were suffering! We think this shot was staged so they could make themselves feel better about leaving you behind. Humans are like that.

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  25. The nerve of them trying to disprove your devotion. Shocking!

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