Every dog has its day

14 Responses to Every dog has its day

  1. Ha ha, these are so funny and cute.

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  2. Adrienne says:

    Unfortunately, the sock eater is going to end up costing his human parents a boatload of money when the vet has to surgically remove the sock. My vet tells me the two things they have to remove most often (usually lab retrievers) are socks and rocks. And that, my dear BoB, is why the cat is supplying the socks. Clever kitteh!

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  3. Reblogged this on A Blog About Healing From PTSD and commented:
    Because laughter is awesome medicine, check out this hilarious and adorable post by Bluebird of Bitterness!

    Comments are closed here, please visit Bluebird’s blog. Thank you for stopping by and God Bless.

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    • Thank you for reblogging! I hope your writing project is going well. 🙂

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      • Thank you! Back in early February, soon after I started neurofeedback treatments, the therapist advised me to stop writing my memoir, until my brain wave patterns were significantly better. Not writing when I really wanted to write, was difficult! But I did not want to sabotage my treatments, so I did as he suggested.

        Last week, the therapist finally gave me the OK to write again. Now I am writing better than ever! However, I have been having some physical symptoms which prompted my dr to refer me to a surgeon. Because of my symptoms, coupled with the fact that two of my relatives have died of colon cancer, I am scheduled for a colonoscopy day after tomorrow, Thursday, May 18. I think my writing will flow even easier, after that is done.

        Speaking of which, the surgeon’s nurse called and said he wants me to go to the clinic today to have another blood test done. Gotta run…

        I hope you are well, dear Bluebird. You blog is a bright sunny spot in my day.

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  4. Tink and I loved this one especially! Thanks.

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  5. Hilarious. 😀 — Suzanne

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