A monkey snack.
A Nigel grin
‘What are you up to?’ asks Annie.
‘What is the monkey up to?’ asks Annie.
© Colonialist February 2014 (WordPress)
Annie is cute wondering about the monkey. 🙂
Her expression is saying, ‘So far and no further!’
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I love these portraits. Adorable! (Well, maybe not so much the first one…) 😉
*put out* The horses in the first one are surely presented quite adorably? 🙂
Ah, how I miss having dogs… I only have a stray cat which calls at night (for supper and breakfast) and sleeps with me when it’s not too hot. If I could, I would have a menagerie but all free to come and go!
It is lovely having a mixture of them. Mind you, when we had seven dogs and thirteen cats – and horse – it was overdoing it a bit.
Its amazing how quickly they can remove that stingy thing. Love all the dogs. We have only one left now as the cream labrador Zazu is in dog heaven, her hips gave in! Now Bella is all alone but not sure if we should punish her with a puppy to keep her company. Well time will tell.
Maybe it would be kinder to Bella to look for a mature rescue dog which won’t be overbearing!
Beautiful Col. That Nigel grin is the best! 😀
A happy little soul!
These are lovely portraits, Col. Thanks for the entry 🙂
The dogs are just so peaceful looking… and the monkey snack, a good one…
What a grand collection, Col!
I didn’t know monkeys ate scorpions.
Most lovely doggie family.
lovely = lovable
Beautiful people – I understand your situation – I’ve had seventeen rescued dogs over the years, and it looks as though you could have had more than that….
Posts like this make me miss my dog. They’re all cuties.
Do you own a kennel?
It sometimes feels like it! No, we are simply a magnet for waifs and strays.
ohhhh,how big is that scorpion?
It started off as a rogue’s gallery but ended up as a canine equivalent of Facebook … your family and other animals?
All so cute, besides the first one of course!
The monkeys regard that as very cute – once they have removed the sting, of course!
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