Bitchypoo decided in her wisdom, (she obviously doesn't take after me), despite me telling her a resounding no on more than one occasion, to come home with this.
No not the green or the blue stuffed toy, I wish.
Yes, that is Lola. Another fur baby to add to our collection. She is cute, but I so do not want to have to go through the whole puppy thing again, cleaning up the mess etc.
Bitchypoo is just about to finish her final year of school, has her drivers licence, and I
am was finally looking at being free to go where and when I want without having to be there 24/7 for her. Now I have to worry about a puppy again.
Here she is, she has to be held....... firmly, if you want to take her photo and this was the only one where it isn't blurred. She is 8 weeks old, a Jack Russell x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I can't see one drop of Cavalier in her so lets hope she has it in her temperament, it's not looking promising though.
I am too soft to make her take her back, but I categorically refuse to look after her, except when Bitchypoo is at school, lucky, as she only has 6 weeks of school left before she finishes. Bitchypoo can hardly look after herself, so heaven knows how she is going to look after this. I snigger a little when she has to get up at 4.30am to take her outside. I am a truly loving mother!!!!!! Cleaning up poop and vomit are invaluable life skills (more sniggering).
The other fur babies are not amused.
Karma growls at her every time she comes close.
Lulu has been the most tolerant, just gives her a gentle pat with the paw if she goes near her, but Bailey, I think, has decided she looks good enough to eat and I'm not sure whether he is actually trying to kill her and have her as a snack before dinner, or just trying to give her a darn good fright. Either way I am not willing to find out so when I am busy Lola goes in here, so that I know
a) she is safe
b) she is not peeing all over my carpet
|Bailey checking her out!|
PS. I suppose a puppy is better than a baby.