Hey folks, Jessie here! So last night I was happily playing with my toys and running in and out of the dog door, like usual, while Momma watched TV. But then suddenly I felt...It.
There was a disturbance in the Force! Or, well, in the air pressure. A storm was coming!! So of course I had to immediately abandon playtime and go crawl up right in Momma's lap. To protect her, of course.
Don't worry, Momma, no skeery storms will get you while I'm on duty!
...But, uh, could you keep up the petting? Just...cause.
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BOW WOW, I had a blast with you guys!ReplyDelete
i can't stop laughing, that look over the shoulder has me howling... you poor sweet girl, glad mama was home to hold you, oops I mean home to be protectedReplyDelete
Good work Jessie... (and masseuse &*>) Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
I jump in my mom's lap to protect her too, Jessie! We know they appreciate it, right?!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Oh, Jessie! You are so sweet to protect your mama!!! And really ... petting you will help her relax. You know. So she'll be OK.ReplyDelete
Your Momma is lucky to have you!ReplyDelete
Thank you for protecting your Mama!ReplyDelete
BOL!!!! OMD, sorry Jessie gurl, butts that last pic just CRACKED ME UP!!! BOL!!! I hopes the storm wasn't too nasty. Butts, you better stay close just in case your Moms gets scared or somethings...ReplyDelete
Good job protecting Jessie - you did not want your mom to be skeered!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Oh Jessie, I know just how you feel!!ReplyDelete
Jessie, this is Stanley speaking. I know you can feel the storms cuz you are a sensitive girl. That is one of your good qualities that I like so much. Maybe if you look at my picture on the fridge it will calm you. Arooooo!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Good job protecting your momma from the storm. We do the same thing, but we sit on her head or as close to her head as we can get.ReplyDelete
I enjoy what you guys are usually up too. This sort of clever work and coverage! Keep up the wonderful works guys I’ve added you guys to my blogroll.ReplyDelete
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