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I bet he was thinking "this looks just like a great cairn toy" Good mother not to let him keep it (it must have been tempting)

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Your pics and tales get funnier with every post!!!

And, yes, I have to admit that I am curious as to his reaction had he been allowed a bite or two.....lol!


Cathy and Piper

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He sure is a cutie! Don't you just love that proud "cairn" look they get when they prance around w/ something they know isn't theres? :D Abbey and Hannah are always at my feet when I'm putting away groceries. I know they are just waiting for me to drop something.

Great pic!

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Beth, mom to Ninja (5), Hannah (7), Abbey (7 1/2), Kiara (10)

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Cute picture!! How much of the lemon did he eat? I would have loved to see his face after he took a bite out of this "tennis ball"! LOl!

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He just wants to help make the lemonaide. Mom. :devil:


Rebel, Hammurabi, Sugar, Dirty Harry, Paint, Duncan and Saffron

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If he can figure out how to open a tonic bottle, I could put that boy to work.

Probably, he should become pen pals with magadog's Geordie. That dog is an incorrigible (sp?) grocery thief. Together, they could open their own produce stand.

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