Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Stanley's Mischief

We sure hope everybody saw yesterday's post on our new Fractured Fryday Hairy Tails!  We want to give special thanks to our furiends Frankie and Ernie and Mayoress Madi for helping us out with planning and examples.  We also added a tab for a "FFHT" page so we can add information for future months.  But while we were busy with this project, Stanley was creating mischief!








Stanley, One Cool Dood

29 comments:

stellaroselong said...

You need to give us all a class on this!
stella rose

Ranger said...

BOL! Well done. A++
Thanks for the lesson.
Wags,
Ranger

rottrover said...

Extremely well done, Stanley!

-Otto - who onece got into mischief...just sayin'.

Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs said...

Excellent use of a diversion - I think we would of gone with Shredder - from the mutant ninja turtles - looks like something he would of done to that toy.

Team Beaglebratz said...

Uhhhh - Stanley? We Beaglebratz ain't gotta doggy door. Squirreliez cood come in thru our fireplace may-b - mom hardly ever uzez it - even when it iz cold. Yep, that's what happened an'we iz stickin'tue it!
Shiloh'n Diva Shasta

Madi and Mom said...

MOL MOL STANLEY YOU ARE ONE SLICK OPERATOR!!! BRAVO FOR THE QUICK THINKING.
YESTERDAY WAS FUN I CAN HARDLY WAIT UNTIL 7/25
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Deconstruction? All good engineers need to get things undone to understand the workings. Rebuilding requires a little more practice. Nicely evaded.... Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

Casey said...

WOW. You are an inspiration, my furiend!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

EXCELLENT !!! 187% A+ GOLD STAR.... ☺ ☺ ☺ BRAVO.
Buddy you KNOW how to think FAST on your Paws. Just sayin!!!

Poodle At Play said...

That was good, quick thinking Stanley! Way to go!

NanaNor's said...

Hi Stanley, Sure hope your mom bought your explanation! Maybe if you moved away from the shredded yard/rope toy, it would help. It has been so hot here but today the temp is 15 degrees cooler and rain is forecast. Hunter has been out for his walk, I've gone twice so far. Hope you have a good day and your momma gets you a tougher rope toy.
Wags,
Noreen & Hunter

Oz theTerrier said...

Stanley...they should call you Stanley the Stinker! But that was a pawesome trick you played on mom! *high paws*
Oz

Millie and Walter said...

That was a well done deception Stanley. Good thing your mom didn't catch you destroying your toy (isn't that what toys are for anyway?)

Cara n Crew said...

mol! good thinking under pressure, Stanley!

Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

Kat said...

Good excuse! You sure are a pro at ripping toys apart!

Idaho PugRanch said...

Great job Stanley!

Misaki @ misadventuresofMisaki said...

Hahaha!

scotsmad said...

Brilliant, just BRILLIANT! Wish we had squirrels around here.

XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui

Awesome destruction though.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Mischief is always exciting- isn't it!! And it makes lots of attention happen from the peeps!
Good job in mischief making!
love
tweedles

Lassiter Chase and Benjamin said...

Pawsome cover-up story.

Mason Kern said...

You are not the only one who eats the rope. I too, eat that rope. It is just so much fun to munch on!
\
Mason

Whitley Westie said...

BOL Stanley. Stick to dat story!

GOOSE said...

Oh Stan you are quick on the paw with that one. Now every once in a while go to the dog door and growl, just so your MOM keeps thinking that you are keeping the homestead safe and sound from invading squirrels.
Blessings,
Goose

sprinkles said...

That's a totally believable story!

Mollie said...

Bawahwhahhwaa I ate mine too BOL. I am so far behind I have to catch up on this story thing xxxoxxxx

Mollie and Alfie

Coccolino B said...

Uh oh, that seems like something I might do ;-) A little mischief keeps the parents on their toes!

Jacobi said...

Dear Stanley,

Well done! I will have to try that trick with my people. (And good job on the toy too!)

Licks,
Cobi

Wyatt said...

Those squirrels are so BAD!

easyweimaraner said...

you are the smartest guy ever! that was a brilliant idea! BRAVO!