I don’t like wearing my cone of shame so I had an accident on the floor and mommy & daddy put me in timeout. I do not like timeout and wanted to come out and play but got stuck in the process. I had to sit like this for 5 minutes before anyone noticed. -Lily
We have no idea how she got her head and cone through, she may be ashamed she got stuck, but we’re impressed!
Escher HATES skateboards. Or rather, kids on them. Skateboard are actually fine. As are kids. But put a kid on one, and send him past Escher and he FLIPS out! today he popped his collar then knocked down a young boy riding a skateboard. No one was hurt, and Escher seemed very, VERY proud of himself for the rest of the walk.
This is Pwihk from Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia. Whenever we take him with us swimming as soon as we turn around he tries to swim to other nearby islands. Luckily he’s never gotten too far.
Caption says: As soon as my parents turn their back, I try to swim to another island.
“I jumped out of my mom’s in-motion bicycle basket (it scared her… a lot).”
**Note, there was an attempt to secure her in the previous, uncovered, basket with an appropriate harness. Hence, a new basket with secure top and a helmet. Yes, that is a helmet Edie is wearing. The new basket cost more than the vintage Schwinn upon which it is afixed….**
I’m Mosey the 11-yr-old Chocolate Lab. My mom came home and started unzipping me from my kennel, but I was so excited to see her I got my head stuck before she could unzip the door all the way. I’m very well behaved when my family is around but I have to stay in my kennel when they go out because I’m naughty when I’m home alone.
“I opened the gate with my big nose and went downstairs and spread the trash all over. Love, Bodhi. PS – I’m up for adoption”
Bodhi is a pit/cattle dog/sharpei mix from Louisville, KY. He’s always a sweetheart, except this once! Bodhi is adoptable through the Misfit Rescue Team. He is already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Here’s what Bodhi has to say about himself:
I hear all the time from my foster mom that I am very handsome and that there is a family out there that will be lucky to have me. She thinks I one of the best dogs she has ever known. I just know that I can’t wait to find a family that will love me forever. I’m ready to play, take walks, nap and be your very best friend.
I am very well behaved and have a very gentle disposition. I will make an amazing addition to your family.