Saturday, 11 July 2009

Hello furends we have had a lovely day today,the sun has shone all day, we have been to the park this morning and the beach this afternoon.

Brenda had put the lounger out to rest on but guess who got on.
Whiskey got himself on the bench, and stretched right out.

He would not let anyone else sit on.
John had to sit on a plastic chair for his coffee break, I think they are both very cheeky.


Lorenza said...

Hi, Bobby!
Glad to know you had a nice day to go to the park and then to the beach!
Those two are smart!
Sorry for John!
Kisses and hugs

Martha Basset said...

Hi Bobby
That sounded like a great day - the park AND the beach!!!
You were too slow at grabbing a comfy seat - John looked quite happy on his plastic one.
He looked as though he had a nice cup of tea so that would have helped.
Whiskey would be glad of that cushion on the bench - these wooden seats can be hard on the bones.
Make sure you get a comfy seat too - you could ask Brenda to put up another one for you and she can sit beside John!
love and kisses
Martha & Bailey xxx

the 4 Bs said...

hi Bobby, we're glad to see that you dogs are getting the comfy spots. humans have enough comfort in their lives already, us dogs deserve more.

Pedro said...


Where did you sit?? I thought you had Tea Breaks on your side of the Pond?


Simba and Jazzi said...

Good of the humans to make you so comfortable.

Simba and Jazzi xx

Anonymous said...

Looking at John wearing his hat relaxing. He will be on ebay looking for a gypsy caravan.pip will have to pull it though

Aki and Poopie said...

and where were you all these time Bobby? I hope you werent left to sit on the cold floor while John and the Mop rested their tush in some soft, cushy seats.

drooly kisses,


barbara said...

Hi Bobby, tell Brenda, our Mums, Jules and Barbara are thinking of her and hope things get easier for her soon. Do you remember us, Ellie and Spike? We were known as Flossie and Elfin, 2 very hairy Schnauzers who stayed with youself, the Mop, John and Brenda just over a year ago. We had lots of outfits that the Mop got to wear! We went to our Forever Homes 1 year ago today. My Mum took me to my new home, in a lovely little village near Liverpool Airport with lots of lovely walks, a park and even a little beach by Hale Lighthouse. Spike went to Widnes, which is only a few minutes drive away, again with Country Parks and lots of walks not far from where he lives. He lives with his Mum, Jules and an 11yr old human boy called Sam, who's lots of fun. Spike also lives with another Schnauzer called Jess (boy!), Kellycat who is 17, 2 Goldfish, Fish and Peas, who are no fun at all, they just swim around in their tank and don't speak, and a Jack Russell called Patch. He was a foster dog, but after fostering a lot of dogs, Spike's Mum couldn't bear to part with Patch, so she ended up adopting him. Mum says she thinks he's been badly treated because of the way he acts. However, he is getting better because he is getting a lot of love, care and attention, as we all are. I see Spike and my friends every day and spend a lot of time play-fighting and walking with them. Patch just watches us playing most of the time. He will play with me if I am on my own and we have lots of fun tugging soft toys into pieces. If Jess and Spike get too grumpy when they are play-fighting I have to become 'mum' and push my bum into their faces to stop them. My Mum and I often stay at Spike's, which is great fun, and we also often all go to a caravan in Wales. We are then able to go to the beach. We both love our new homes. Spike and I did an agility course during the winter and it was great fun. Trouble is Spike isn't as clever as me (don't tell him, I don't want him to get upset 'cos he tries hard). I won a rosette. Jess was excellent, but he had to stop going 'cos he became very ill for quite a while. He's now not allowed to jump anymore or walk up and down stairs. I often go to dog shows or fayres to help Mum, Jules and Sam out at their 'Teddy Tombola' stall to raise money for Phoenix Dog Rescue, which they are all involved in. I enjoy going 'cos I get lots of attention there and model the bandanas Mum makes. We have had a great year in our forever homes and Mum says I have made her very happy. She doesn't feel lonely anymore, even though I have two beds, one upstairs and one downstairs, Mum lets me cuddle up in her bed during the night and Spike cuddles up to Sam. Please say thanks to John and Brenda for looking after us so well and the other lady where we were collected from, and also to Pawz for Thought for finding our forever homes. Hugs and licks to you Bobby for sharing your space with us and don't forget the Mop as well! Spike's Mum has put some pics of us on Dogpages, if you would like to see them, this is the link: