awww....they love it. so sweet.
they're just so comfortable, i wouldn't disturb them grace. thanks for introducing them to me...k.
kaite~ hmmm. disturb.well,the closest to the camera is Tulip, the mother of the next two.Tulip was a pound dog. She wasthe wife of Como Tu, a chihuahua.he died in a street fight a fewyears ago. (as chihuahuas oftendo).then is Lily, Tulip's daughter andnext, Ramon, Tulip's son. herother son Markie was murdered in the same street fight as his dad.then isChinche...means bed bug in spanish,the "normal" dog as in not chihuahua/terrier. she is reallyMY dog. the others occurred because of the man i was married to.it's all another loooooooong storybut, the couch is theirs andthat's how that is.
oh... those dogs. what characters they are... the cloth looks good and i suppose they have now approved. good work.
ramon looks windblown
All curled up and Listening! What ears! A very peaceful scene...
hah ha - when you said "tomorrow it will be a different story" i thought you were talking about the dogs, and meant you were going to move them off your futon cover. Blogspeak - it has several meanings! Thanks for introducing them, names and all, i wouldn't let Ramon out onto the street, it's dangerous out there, poor little pets. k.
They remind me of a music score-or a sentence along that couch. And whew-they've certainly paid their dog "dues"!
rural New Mexico comes withdogsdogs dogs dogsdogs doing what dogs do andfor whatever reason, this endof the road is for the honeymoon.it's pretty awfull. one femalein heat and maybe a dozen malesall vying for position, all sizesand this will go on for days untilshe chooses and the deed is done.i have never been much for smalldogs...they were my husband's.but well...now they are here andvery much a part of my world.the half acre that is their worldhas been over and over patched and fortified with things likechickwire buried at the bottom ofthe fence...which is that woodenprivacy fence... you have no idea.but chihuahuas are agressive anddetermined and over and over, assoon as i would leave the house,they would begin to excavate.and they are all NEUTERED! Whaa!they still want to get in on theaction. it's been a while now though...idone think there is an inch thatisn't blocked anymore...so, maybe.time tells.
Now that is my kind of couch - dogland - perfection!
A dog nest! Love the name 'Chinche'.
Sweet pups - all in the cinnamon bun sleeping position - all curled up in a twist. We share most of our furniture with our dog - although it gets harder for her to jump up much. What is your dog's name?
Susan.. there is Tulip. she isthe mother of Ramon and Lily.then, Chinche (in spanish, bedbug)the "normal" dog.i have always had big dogs.my one best most loved dog washalf Mexican Grey Wolf and halfblack german shepard.his name wasWinter Sky at Twilighthe started running horses where ilived then.not okand a man who worked for thedept. of land management took him.he jumped an 8ft fence. it was hiswolfness.these dogs are little and havesmall lives, but none the lessintense.Ramon, who i named that, to givehim a sense of manliness, iskindofa mess.he, and his sister Lily, areabout 8 years old? the year aftersept llth...when was that....hmmm....anyway...his teeth are a problem.
Oh yes - the bedbug name - I like that. I just couldn't count that day or something! Ha! So four dogs - that's enough for a pack - who is top dog? Winter Sky is an interesting story - sad ending. I bet he was beautiful. Sorry I am getting stuck on the dogs...
Great picture of your dogs.
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