Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Some kid of ours left  the car door open and my blog
administrator found Buster trying to run away from home
 but fortunately the dog wasn't able to turn on the ignition.

 I asked Buster where he thought he was going but he refused to answer me.

Here you can see that he turned his head and pretended to ignore me.

Happy national dog week Buster!
 It's gonna be as bleak for you this week as it was last week   :'(

*Disclaimer - Don't worry about Buster, he's treated better than most people.


Julie said...

Lol! I love how dogs all gravitate to the driver's seat.

Melody K said...

Buster is cute!

belinda said...

Miss M.
Buster is not cute and he smells :o

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P. said...

This is funny.

Lola said...

We had a cocker spainiel that we loved a plenty. But, she wouldn't speak to us if she was out of sorts. I'm certain that she thought she was better than us.

I remember I'd caught her gazing wistfully at the nice family up the street. They were WASPs and didn't have any 'ethnic' food that contained cabbage at holidays.

She was also a 'nipper' and 'biter' and was lucky she hadn't gotten sent to the pound. Instead she spent the last six years of her life eating and being treated like a queen at my Babcia's house.

You can tell just by looking at Buster that he's smarter than the average dog. And it's okay if he has a bit of doggy smell.

belinda said...

Lola,-"I'm certain that she thought she was better than us."
I've known animals like that.
Too funny!

Enbrethiliel said...


Buster seems like a great dog! The smell can add character. ;-)

Fr. John Mary, ISJ said...

Speaking of "doggy smell" really REEEEEKS here; the shelty has worked up quite a good O-DERE.
Time for a bath; cleaning the carpet and airing out this house.
And even if Buster stinks, he's evidently "in charge":<)!

belinda said...

Father, Last month I asked God if he would mind sending me a shelty so he sent one the day after I prayed to my neighbor. I said to God with my really really white girly gansta voice, "Hey, what up!" Then I sent some dog food to my neighbor.

Sometimes- well a lot of the time - I don't get God at all. :(

-Understanding him is not a requirement though and He doesn't think I'm funny either.