I left our foster dog Carter out of his crate alone for the first time and found these two like this.
I could tell that Sunny was up to no good as she was being way too quiet, and then I looked to see her shredding one of my brand new, expensive leather gloves!
“My name is Hank & I think it’s funny to take my mom’s panties outside for the neighbors’ to find!”
Nothing says “awkward” like finding your 70-something male neighbor at your door, holding a pair of your lacy panties! Don’t let Hank’s big, sad eyes fool you. He’s not sorry. In fact, he did it for the second time this week this morning! Thankfully, my boyfriend found them this time instead of my elderly neighbors!
Isabella and Jack got a little hungry.
My family was all gone for work and school and when we came home Chase our three year old yellow lab decided to do some new floor work in our laundry room. He chewed a big hole in the middle of the floor and even tried hiding the evidence under his bed. He actually did me a favor because now I get new flooring!
I sneezed on the baby.
This is not the first time Fischer and Layla decided to eat part of the kitchen wall =(.
This is Molly. If she has wheezing coughing attacks, she gets an allergy pill smothered in peanut butter. But tonight, she forced some coughs, licked her lips and looked at her me.
Cali, our 3 yr. old Catahoula hound mix, who we fondly refer to as The Demon. Cali: “I love cat poo…the fresher the better!!! Once, while my mom and dad LOOKED. ON. WITH. HORROR. I ate it fresh from our cat’s butt while he was still going potty!! Ashamed?? Whatevs…eat local, right??”
Our rescue, Sasha, is quite skittish, but she is also a trouble maker. I have no idea how she got to this box as it was under a dresser but she ate the lid and some photos. And she is not sorry at all.