My new "air force" dryer. Don't I look thrilled? HuMom plans to use it to blow the excess fur off of me. This cannot be a good thing.
PS Not in the user manuel. Do not use in your livingroom unless you want fur on the ceiling, stuck in the radiatiors and in places you never knew fur could be blown into.
Obviously your mom didn't see this
I sooooo feel your pain - I'm not sure she'd EVER khatch me if I knew she had one hiding SOMEWHERE in the house!
PeeEssWoo: Has she thought of filing suit against the writers of the instrukhtion manual?
Oh, no! You know what ELSE that means!?!? A b-a-t-h! YIKES! Baths are EVIL!
Hide! Hide under the dining room table! My mom never finds me under there!
Er, that didn't actually happen did it? I hope not! Thankfully my mum doesn't feel the need to invest in these sorts of instruments of torture. The flashy beast is enough for her.
Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat
WOO WOO Simcha
We feel your pain because Mom has one of those things too. She made the mistake of using it on the bedroom once. HAHA - what a mess!
Thor and Marco Polo
Oh no! That's just wrong! Woo need to supervise Mom when she's shopping for these evil devices.
That doesn't sound like a good thing! Sorry to hear about it!
Woo woo, Kelsey Ann
Hey Simcha. We've got to get caught up on your blog! You know, ever since we went to the groomer last week and they used a blower on us, Mom has been saying she needs on of her own because it obviously worked better than her endless brushing on us. I hope you can tell her that it is the most horrible thing ever.
Can you actually blow fur off? Now that's scary! I would hide.
love & wags,
Simcha, what in tarnation is that thing??? Don't give Mom any ideas. It's bad enough the thinks she needs to save our fur in baggies to have spun into yarn someday that she will never get around to knitting anything with. She don't be needin any contraptions to make our groomin' any easier!
Wooooo woo rar rar rar,
Kayla and Maebe
Hi nice reaading your post
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