Thursday, September 16, 2010

Another one bites the dust!

I would've taken a video, but I know that it would not have come out very well because it is not bright enough in my house. The whole time that I was trying to get pictures, tails were wagging non-stop and both dogs were crying and begging for the pieces!

I have been very vigilant about checking their cage once they are in it so that there are no other toy mishaps.... I just happened to forget that step this morning. *sigh*

Don't these two just look so proud of themselves???

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100_3061 And please note that I did not put this fuzz on her mouth!!

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It's like they think this is a huge score on their part that they snuck a toy in their bed and got to destroy it!

10 comments:

scraphappy said...

Oh, that picture of a mouth full of fuzz in too precious. How could you be mad at a face like that?

Jennifer said...

Too funny! They look like little peacocks strutting around!

call me crazy said...

LOL my friend had a toy full of those plastic beads and her sweet pup managed to pop it in my house~ we found beads forever! At least you just have fluff to deal with. They don't look too contrite. LOL :-)

Michelle said...

Well, they had to have SOMETHING to keep them busy today, mama! =-)

Winona said...

I have had the same problems with my Buddy. He absolutely destroyed a toy squeaky fish I got him last week. I just cleaned up a huge mess of torn up paper towels, kleenix, old receipts, and fabric scraps. He was a busy boy today. LOL He took all of this out of the trash can. Good thing I love the brat. Your pictures of your angels are great. They sure can look innocent when they want to, hmmm? LOL Have a good night. Winona

Libby said...

They have to work so hard to protect their Mommy from those wild stuffed animals! You are one lucky girl!

PunkiePie said...

Man. They can sure beat up their toys! Too cute!

Cindy said...

I love pics of your babies !! Mine love to play tug - then the stuffing eventually comes out.

Stray Stitches said...

I think it has something to do with red doxies. My first doxie was a short haired red and his main goal in life was to 'kill' anything that had a squeaker in it. Thought we could change the 'death scene' by changing to rubber squeaky toys - but the end was still the same - death to the squeaky. And I see your two are just as proud of their 'kills'!

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

What a bunch of goofballs! That's NOT the way to get more fiber in your diet.