Mom and dad have been getting tired of all of our toys piled up in the corner so they got a basket to put our toys in. The only problem is that it is a bit too tall for us to get our toys out easily.
Don't just stand there Brutus, help me figure out how to get our toys out!
No way to get in it from this side.
Hey Brutus, I have an idea!
Ah Ha! Just tip it over and now we have easy access!
Uh, oh - mom doesn't look too happy about this.
Oh, well. Back to digging out my favorite stuffy :)
Mom and dad seem to think it looks better standing upright. We disagree since we need to have access to our stuffies at a moments notice! Still trying to figure out how to get in the closet to get at the stash of stuffies that mom & dad have hidden in there. Something about rotating stuffies - we think we should be able to have all of our stuffies available all the time! One of these days we will figure out how to release those stuffies being held captive.
Wow, can't believe we are at 100 posts! It seems like just yesterday when mom told us that we were going to start blogging. We have met so many nice dogs and their humans since we started doing this.
A big thank you to everyone who follows our little blog. Who knew so many people would be interested in the goings on of two little pugs from Indiana - we sure didn't :)
Today also happens to be Brutus's Birthday - he is six years old today.
Mom says she stills him as a little baby pug though...
A couple of mom's favorite pictures of Brutus
I overheard mom and dad saying something about getting extra treats tonight to celebrate Brutus's Birthday...Maybe we will get some Moo Tubes! Even better is that Mom says she is taking the day off tomorrow and will be home all day - we are hoping it is nice tomorrow so she will take us to the park.
Eli is a pretty fun pug to be around. There is one thing in our household that just fascinated him....actually that would be three things...
Mom and dad put up the baby gates so that Eli would not chase the kitties all over the house. So Eli decided that he would just watch the gates waiting for a kitty to jump over so he could play with them.
The kitties were always to quick for him and he never did catch any of them...we tried to tell him they were too quick, but he was so fascinated he had to try for himself :)
On Sunday Eli joined me, Yoda, in guarding the house from the squirrels and anything and everything else that we thought might be a threat.
Eli got a bit cold so I let him borrow one of our sweatshirts...looks pretty good in it too!
and then some belly scritches from dad...
almost time for Eli to go home so we chilled on the couch.
Brutus was sad to see his new friend go too.
All too soon it was time for Eli to go home...but something tells us he will be back again to play with us soon.
We also would like to wish everyone a Happy St. Patrick's Day - hope everyone is wearing their green :)