Monday, October 24, 2011

How to keep your toys safe


There are some shifty paws around.


No one told me I shared a toy box with Frank
.

Everything in the box is mine.


Even the catnip mice. Although I did wonder why I had catnip mice in there. There is a catnip ratty around somewhere, now I know why I'm not allowed to play with it.


They are mine.
.
Aren't they ?


Seems it's one of those "sharing lessons again".


I know this one is mine. It's one that I buried in the garden and then dug up again yesterday



I like to know where my toys are.


Know what I mean ?

12 comments:

  1. It is good to know where your toys are ;) I hope you two learn to share!
    Hugs, Lisa and Molly

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  2. We have lots of toys here too, but we have all learned that every pup wants the toy that some other pup has:)

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  3. I guess they are your toys until Frank wants them, then they are his. Is that a pout, Freya?

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  4. I'ts definitely best to know where your toys are at all times, you know what I mean? Don't trust that other character you have to share the box with - something just isn't right about a catnip mouse!

    Too cute!!

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  5. Hi Freya
    I recognize one of those toys! But you can share, even if it is yours.
    love
    tweedles

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  6. ROFL!! Freya - all the toys belong to Frank - he just 'lets' you think they're yours, lol!

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  7. Just keep and treasure it. I love your pictures you look pretty good!


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  8. Awwww...Freya and her cutie face.

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  9. Wow, it's bad enough that we have to share a toybox between the ten of us, but at least we don't have to share with a C-A-T. We spelled that word because we're not sure if Frank knows he is one.
    Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

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  10. Ah you'll get better at sharing... maybe lol. Becky is the toy stealer at our house. Good thing Becky is VERY patient with her.

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