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Here comes trouble

The other night, while knitting, I noticed a string of my ribbon yarn snaking around the couch. When I followed it, this is what I found:

LOOK WHAT SOME MEAN PERSON DID TO YOUR RIBBON YARN, MOMMY! GOOD THING I CHASED THEM AWAY!

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1smart1
May. 1st, 2008 07:08 pm (UTC)
Good Shasta! Good puppy!!
victorianrose23
May. 1st, 2008 08:20 pm (UTC)
HAHAHAHA!!!!! That's what my place looks like when the cats get into whatever project I'm working on. One morning I came out to find two skeins of baby yarn threaded throughout my living room. Best I can figure is that one cat had one skein in his mouth and the kitten had another and they were doing some intricate cat weaving dance.
trooper557
May. 1st, 2008 09:35 pm (UTC)
Well Done Shasta!
Hmmm, definitely a poser, I know what you must be thinking, my wife's (our) dog teddy_n_sophie writes much the same bout eating some cloth and a bit of sponge he found during his forays around the house.
trshtwns01
May. 1st, 2008 09:45 pm (UTC)
Re: Well Done Shasta!
I'm hoping Shasta grows out of the 'eat everything in sight' phase. He's now about 9 months old, but he will put ANYTHING he finds on the floor in his mouth: Q-tips, tissues, paper plates, rocks, pencils, just anything.

We have two older dogs (8 years) who know what they can and can't touch in the house. Of course, they were trained when they were all we had, we could spend all of our time watching them, and bring in professionals *laugh*
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