Monday, 2 May 2011

Incriminating evidence

When George comes to stay with Lesley down the street, and her front door is left open, a certain law-abiding dog turns into a burglar, sidles in, and quietly liberates George's discarded chew.


She's not sure she wants it, but she won't let go.


Even when the need for an afternoon nap overtakes her.


I must swot up on the section of law that relates to harbouring a criminal.....

10 comments:

judy in ky said...

She had better be protecting her "Lady" so that George doesn't sneak in and kidnap her! She's adorable, even if she is a criminal.

alice c said...

Looking very shiny there, Flossie - did you get a wash and polish this weekend?

jabblog said...

That's so funny!
One of our dogs, a huge Dalmatian with a sweet disposition, sadly no longer with us, used to collect all the chews from the other dogs and guard them. It was the only time she ever growled at another animal.

flwrjane said...

That must be one damn good chew! Nika says High Five to Flossie.

xo jane

frayedattheedge said...

Our spaniel once escaped out the front door, ran in to our neighbour's house and ate her little boy's lunchtime sandwiches. He was delighted, as it meant he didn't have to endure his mother nagging him to eat them!!
I think you are probably an accomplice to Flossie's crime!!

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SmitoniusAndSonata said...

What's the age of culpability for a dog .... a friendly , lollopy , ever-helpful dog called Flossie ?
An ASBO would be rather extreme , surely .

Isabelle said...

That Flossie needs a bigger bed. She seems to be spilling out of it. Maybe she could nick one...

Juanita said...

Oh, that's darling :-)

Gwen Buchanan said...

We have a "Pirate" dog just like that.

VallyP said...

What a sweetheart! I used to have a labrador just like this one. Besutiful and eminently forgivable for her sins.

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