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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Fur Baby Transgression

What would you do if your furry baby chewed up something really important? Mom has a friend whose fur babies chewed through the bank bag for an organization they are involved in. The humans are distraught and asked for prayer. Of course, Mom is praying and Dad, too.

Nanuq, Trouble, and I can't understand why humans get so upset about furry accidents. You know it was an accident. Those receipts probably did NOT even taste good. We are considering a furry visit to teach those little fur babies to steal good stuff, like steaks and chicken off the grill or out of the grocery bags when their humans turn there back.

I will pass on Mom's prayer request since most humans don't understand things in the fur baby world. I sure hope we have our humans trained to be compassionate when facing situations like this in the human world. Please pray for understanding as they have to explain their cute little fur babies transgression to a lot of humans who need to see receipts, etc. Mom is mighty thankful we have not chewed up anything that belonged to someone least not yet.

Woofs and Wags,


The Red Brick Farmhouse said...

I'll bet by the time their Daddy got home and saw their innocent little faces, he had forgotten all about it!

I'll bet he was more upset with the human members of the household for not making sure EVERYTHING was out of their reach!


Old Time Cindy said...

Life happens when humans least expect it!


Boondocks Love Shack Pack said...

It is more a human transgression than a dog one if the human left it where the dog could get to it. Prevention is key!!


Chester said...

I am guilty of similar acts and my PUs have learned if they wanna keep it, they better put it where I cannot get to it.

Will keep paws crossed that the 2 leggers who wanna see those receipts are dawg-lovers and will understand.

Woofs and unreachable slobbers,
Chester ;0=)

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Elizabeth Mahlou said...

So this really happens? I have had students tell me that their dog ate their homework. Maybe they were telling the truth?