Just In Case You Wondered

A pup’s best friend is still her tennis ball.

My Margret and My Greg’s big and little people were here for the Thanksgiving holiday. The littlest little person Katie wanted to play with our toys,  now we were ok with it  but since Katie likes to put our things in her mouth My Margret also known as Katie’s Grandma put the toys in another room. She brought them back out this afternoon after Katie and her family left to go home. As you can see I was really happy to have my tennis ball back. 

~ this is Belle “the I’ve missed my tennis ball and in not letting it out of my sight” pup for the rest of the pups and kitties.

8 responses »

  1. That “smile” on her face is super. I wonder if she would like a new ball as much. “That ball” has special meaning in her life and isn’t it nice that she is happy with the “little” things in life. Have a great week and all of you take care and stay healthy, peaceful and well.
    Friend to all at the Abbott House, Carolyn

  2. No offense, B., but I can see why it would not be a good idea for little Katie to lick your tennis ball. Take good care of it. It’s a beauty!

    Love and licks,

    • Hi Mrs. Carolyn!
      We had a lazy afternoon today and it felt great.
      We hope you have a great week too.
      ~Gentle nose nudges Belle.

    • Hi Cupcake!
      I bet she would have had fun squeaking it though! Don’t worry I’ll take good care of it.
      ~ nose nudges Belle

  3. I found out after I became an adult (when did that happen?) that my favorite “bankie” (blanket) that I carried everywhere was actually a series of blankets, since I would regularly wear them out. I wonder if Belle would catch on… Glad everyone made it through the Thanksgiving holiday with no permanent loss of toys.

    • Hi Mrs. Amy!
      Bankies or blankies as they are known in our house are very special too. We really need to work on My Margret to remind her to get out our toys sooner than later! ~ nose nudges Belle

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