Wow, that surely says it all! BOL I give that same look when I've destroyed a stuffy, or gotten muddy paws of the bed. Yikes!Grr and Woof,Sarge, Police Commish
Hari omsure got that look well rehearsed!!! YAM xx
that is the look!
Oh those eyes. So painful! Your Pals, MURPHY AND STANLEY
Oh I know that look... I just got it... and I couldn't resist and gave the last piwce to Easy... but therefore he had to wash the plates LOL
There's that boy... What a gorgeous face, if a bit plaintive. We've always 'shared' all of our meals with our PoochPals, the 'last bite' is theirs, if it is doggie safe (meaning no onions, macadamia nuts... some other stuff too). Not doggie safe? We make up plates with a little cheddar or sour cream. Anything is fine, as long as they are included. (I don't feed kibble, so they are used to a wide variety of fat/protein.)Now only one remains, but he lays quietly waiting for his turn. No begging, but an occasional 'reminder' with a raised paw and a short deep rumble. Fair Winds my Dear, Cap'n JanP.S. Almost time to go aboard. Soon we'll be selling everything (house, stuff, cars...) and getting a 44' cat. We'll be living on the boat for a couple of years, in the lovely deep blue and green waters of the Caribbean. I doubt that I'll blog, but I will probably update my old jansjourney website and some youtube quadcopter videos.
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