Sometimes these things just happen. Just sayin' . . . it really isn't anyone's fault. Those stuffies just take off!Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
It is a mystery! teehee!
That's a pretty stiff ransom but it needs to also say if the terms aren't met the de-stuffing will began and body parts will be left around the house.Aroo to you,Sully
Hari OM... as long as the demand isn't for lamb chops, I'm sure you will be happy to pay up!!! YAM xx
Get that roast ready or there may be stuffie guts suddenly appearing around the house!
That is sort of Scary.... do you suppose the SQUIRRELS have Stolen your SHEEP?
Hmmm dang Blogger ate my comment. I'll try again!Hey Abby!Wow, all I can bark is deny, deny, deny! Never fess up. Gee, I bet that roast would be tasty. Hmmmmm if you play your cards right you could have your stuffy and eat roast too. BTW: This title made Mom spit coffee on my Mr. Dell. Just sayin'.Grr and Woof,Sarge, Police Commish
I would have snatched that squeaky toy right away! After all, the rules are that all the squeaky toys (and tennis balls)in this house belong to me! No questions asked!
Welcome to The Book of Barkley. This blog was created for more memories of Barkley as well as updates on Abby the Senior rescue Lab,who we adopted in 2014.Stop in and say hello. 100% of book sales are donated to animal rescue organizations across the U.S. and Canada and Search Dog Foundation. If you have a non-profit animal organization and would like autographed copies of any of my three books for auction fundraisers or a blog post featuring your organization please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org