Thursday, August 21, 2008

Finding the perfect spot

This isn't quite it
Getting closer
Perfect!

15 comments:

Deefor said...

I understand completely. If the spot isn't right-- it's no good.

Deefor

Peanut said...

the perfect spot is always needed

Eduardo said...

You have to get that grass growing! and that spot looked like it needed some water! BOL!!
Hugs & Snugs
Eduardo the Snuggle Puggle

Kodak the Eskie said...

Ah, yes, placement of the pee is very technical. You picked a good spot!

Maggie and Mitch said...

We're going to ask around on the streets of Nantucket and see if anyone can finish that limerick that you guys started!
Our paws are crossed that we have internet access on the Island!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Isis said...

i too must find the perfect spot! I can't go unless i find it!

Joe Stains said...

It is of great importance that we find the EXACT spot where our pee goes. humans go in the same spot all the time, HOW BORING!

Lorenza said...

Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
Those things are very important!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Amber-Mae said...

Oh, I don't care about choosing the right spot. I just do it! Hehehe!

Butt wiggles,
Solid Gold Dancer

Girl Girl Hamster said...

Good job on finding that pawfect spot

~ Girl girl

Susan Sehi-Smith said...

The perfect spot is essential, I agree, especially when you are doing something very important like napping or shredding a new stuffed toy! I usually play fetch and the "shake-it" dance for awhile THEN I get serious and chew the stuffing out of the toy (I haven't eaten kitty yet). Mom has a three-times mending rule: she will repair my toy three times (sometimes not quite as good as new because an ear or arm is missing but after 3x, the toy is history! Do your toys go to the hospital for mending?

from Siku

Sitka, Tia, & Cornelia Marie said...

Nice job!!!
Hugs,
Sitka

the Corgi Girls said...

BOL!!!

Pacco de Mongrel said...

u can now order a refreshment

Niamh said...

Finding the perfect spot is tricky. Just when I've think I've found it something distracts me and I have to start all over.

Your friend,
Niamh