06 May 2009

woofie wednesday

ok, we knows we's sposed to be about kitties, but dambrowndog is our sisfur, after all, an' we can feature her sometimes when we're feelin' benevolent.

yesterday, mom came home at lunchtime an' let cocoa out. when she went to let her back in, this is what she saw:
he's cocoa's furrst daddybean, wayne from down the street. they weren't able to spend enough time wif her an' she got kinda rowdy, so they asked if we wanted her. they knew that we had all loved thor-of-blessed-memory (an' his wife an' their dogger, sugarbritches an' xena) an' knew how to lif wif spicy woofies. so we tol' mom an' dad it was ok by us, since we was used to woofies, an' she came to liff here.

but they haf neffur forgotted each ofur an' has kept up this ofur-the-fence romance efur since. mom sez it kinda makes her sad to see them togefur like this, since she knows how hard it is to gif up a furrbaby, an' acause she can see that daddy wayne loves cocoa furry much an' would take her back in a minit if he could.

7 comments:

The Creek Cats said...

Awwww! We think it was very nice of your family to take Cocoa in. And very sweet that her former furdaddy still comes by and visits her!
Dixie Dog's former furdaddy has never done that.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

That is very sweet. I am glad she is close enough that can still see her.

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Elin said...

That is very sweet thing to be done! very well!

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Pinky Ash and Boo said...

That is great that he still comes to visit her, and that she can live close to him. That's a very sweet photo.

Jules said...

Hugs. . just hugs

(oh and scritches to all four leggers)

love,
da auntie

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

What a nice story...both about how you took in the doggie and how the man comes to pet & visit!