I usually cover my bed with the horse blanket so that Noel does not shed all over my comforter (making nests of white fur which gets up my nose as I sleep). But she has only been lying on my pillows lately, so I was lazy and decided to only cover the top of the bed. As you can see, Noel wants to show me who the boss is. Meow Out Loud!!
For all those that I have been unkind to, have growled at, or lunged at. For all the cats that I have menaced; all the cat poo I have eaten; all the goose poo I have rolled in; all my barking and carry on. I ask that you forgive me. I am but a simple, imperfect dog and mean no harm. Please accept my humble apology.
Life with Charles is always interesting. Trying to take a family photo with him is almost impossible. He will do anything except sit with the girls and look at the camera. He cracks me up. I must have taken over 50 shots to get one that has all of them looking my way. Good thing that life is digital and I didn’t have to develop all those on film.
We hope you have a wonderful Wednesday. Which one is your favorite?
I just love Louise. She has that quiet dog energy. You know what I mean. She is sitting there next to you, and you hardly know she is there, and she will only bother you if there is something she needs (like a cookie :-)). Happy Black and White Sunday!
I thought, as a dog ages, their fur turns gray – Louise’s has.
But Sofie is getting darker.
Her ears, mane, lower back, and tail are all browning.
I tried to research it but could not find any information about this type of color change. When her nose turned from black to pink the loose of pigment was due to something called ‘SNOW NOSE,’ but this is the reverse. She is getting darker. Maybe that is the way the blond dogs turn gray?