We just read a post on MayaMaries blog from the beginning of the month, and she was telling what cartoon characters she thinks she and Missy would be (she's Tigger, bouncing on her tail, and Missy is Eyeore). We thought this sounded like lots of fun, so we all decided we wanted to play, too. We put our furry heads together, and this is what we came up with: I am definitely the Tasmanian Devil, (furry whirling dervish of destruction! Whoohoo)
Mikki is Tweety Bird (very cute and dainty, but kinda scared and nervous a lot, "I taught I taw a putty tat! I did, I did!) Mom says she's gotten more nervous since I came along, she just can't figure out WHAT to do with me!
Cracker can't decide if he's Speedy Gonzalez or the Roadrunner (they both zoomzoom REALLY fast, but he kind of likes Speedy's yell, "Arriba, Arriba, Ondalay,Ondalay")
Finally, Chili is the perfect canine version of Garfield, chubby, fluffy, grumpy, chowhound, lazy couch potato, who doesn't appreciate being bothered.
Our mom hasn't figured out the cartoon or graphics thing, either, so no pictures to go with our cartoon characters, but maybe someday I'll get her fully trained..... Well, mom's finished the Sunday Husky Meal cookoff, time for me to go see if she'll let me clean the big roaster pan for her. Leave us a comment and let us know what cartoon characters you are! Manykisses, Bama & the RHP
Mom & dad found me on Memorial Day, 2007, in a flea market in Mobile AL. When mom picked me up I started kissing her face, and that was all she wrote, mom refused to leave the market without me.
This blog is all about my adventures with my sibe-sibs, and anything else we find interesting enough to woo about.
This blog is dedicated to the memories of Granddogs Starr & Ice, the original masters and trainers of our human slaves (thanks for doing such a great job). Hope you're having tons of fun on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Mom says if love could have saved you, you both would have lived forever, you DO live forever in our hearts and memories. We all hope you can hear us when we carry on the family tradition you started with the evening singalongs.
this beautiful version of the rainbow bridge made mom cry,