Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Almost Wordless Wednesday: The Ruler

Who says I spoil my dog?





Must have been the cat....

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  1. Definitely spoiled & definitely worth it! I have no doubt that the cat is also spoiled! ;)

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    1. She gets the pillows in the bedroom. Lulu has to sleep on the edge of the bed!

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  2. The Princess Beagle. Beautiful and loved

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  3. You look really comfy on those pillows. We go out of our way to make our pups comfortable too.

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    1. Those pillows weren't meant to become a throne for the doggy. It just sort of happened....

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  4. Noooo...the cat would NEVER let the dog take the pillows! Adorable photo :)

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    1. Galadriel gets the pillows on the bed. She also likes the arm of the couch instead of the cushions. And she likes to sleep on top of me. :)

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  5. It's okay to be spoiled and enjoy the finer things in life every once in a while! Happy Wordless Wednesday!! Much love, The Scottie Mom.

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    1. She enjoys the finer things EVERY while. lol

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  6. Very, very cute! Brings to mind the Princess and the Pea!

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  7. Looking good Lulu! I've got Shiner on the furniture for WW today too!

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  8. BOL! Dogs are supposed to be spoiled, you know!

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  9. Looks snuggly in there! :) Happy Blog Hop!

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  10. Haha! I'm sure the cat is equally spoiled. Lulu looks very comfy and cozy.

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  11. Daw! I'm the newest follower of your blog from Blog Paws Worldless Wednesday! Would love if you could stop by mine <^..^>

    The Three Whiskateers
    http://thethreewhiskateers.blogspot.com/

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  12. Thanks for sharing. We like your blog a lot.

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  13. That certainly looks a comfortable place to be!

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  14. Don't think cat wants dog to be that comfy. Maybe we can blame Grandma.

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