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    Default Helllllp! How do I get out???

    (I haven't posted here in sooo long. I've been really bad about updating. Anyhoo, here I am! )

    While getting ready this morning, I heard a pathetic whimper. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out where Scouty (almost 17 weeks) had gone. I panicked for a minute and then checked underneath the bed (one of his favorite new activities - scrounging around under beds/sofas/chairs ).

    There's the little stinker, staring at me with these positively PATHETIC little eyes ... "Mommy, how in the world do I get out of here?!!!!" Apparently he had gotten under on the side of the bed, where the metal sides are taller. He was trying to get OUT at the base, where the metal bars were too low for him to get out. Poor little guy! He attacked me with kisses once I "rescued" him!

    Mommy was verrry evil and took a pic to document the moment.



    And while I'm at it, two more cute pics ....

    Those irresistible pink paws (no, usually not that clean ... this was just after a much-hated bath )



    Looking handsome relaxing in the sun


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    Those pictures are absolutely adorable.

    I'd have taken the few minutes to grab my camera too ... It sure sounds like Scouty will forgive you too with all those kisses for coming to his rescue!!!

    What a cutie!
    Lani
    (a.k.a. Lucky's & Sparky's mom!)

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    You just couldn't help yourself; what a great photo op and he is SOOO darling. -Natalie
    Barkleigh Bianca’s mom and dad

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    Awww look at those tiny little pink puppy paws
    Sunna & the dogs:
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    Molder (black & tan) - beautiful angel waiting at the Rainbow~Bridge

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    So cute! He is a handsome little guy!
    Lindsay
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    god them pictures are so cute, i hope u get forgiving for taken pic's of ur lil baby
    Mom to freddie 1 yr old (blen), baxter 1 yr old (ruby) and molly 3yr old (tri)

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    how cute!!! Waffles does that too now. She always tries to hide under the bed. And of course she always goes way way under the bed and sometimes just naps there and doesnt come out. I had to lift the bed up once just to get her!
    Waffles is home!!

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    What a little heartbreaker Scouty is!!
    Cathryn
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    RE-LIVE YOUR CHILDHOOD THROUGH YOUR KIDS, THE TOYS ARE SO MUCH BETTER THESE DAYS!!

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    Boy does Scouty look so sad under the bed.
    Charleen and Cav's: Pippin (ruby male), Merry (b&t female), Luke (blenheim male) & Jolly (tri male puppy)

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    Too cute for words. I love his pink little paws! Scout is such a cutie!
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