Wordless Wednesday


Our sweet dog Thelma absolutely adores stuffed animals... they become her babies to her. She scopes the munchkin boys bedroom out from time to time, just to see if there are any unattended "babies" laying around...and as you can see in the picture...she scored the other day when she found this lonely little Wonder Pet -  totally neglected and forlorn on the floor of the boys' room. So what is a kind hearted loving dog to do in such a sad situation?
Obviously, this little guy needed to be adopted immediately. What a good mommy Thelma is.

11 comments:

  1. BWAHAHAH...that is sooo cute!

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  2. That is so cute! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  3. hahaha that's adorable. So cuddly.

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  4. That's too precious! happy WW!

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  5. She is so adorable! I've seen wonderpets a few times. Cute show, I really love the duck. I think if my dog did that I would die from the cutenss!

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  6. So cute! May I ask what kind of dog she is?

    We had a black lab who died of old age. I miss her so much!

    Thanks for linking up.

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  7. My dog has a teddy bear but he treats it differently, in a way I couldn't show on my blog but probably would anyway.

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  8. awww. that is a sweet dog. our dog would just chew up our kids' stuffed animals if we let him get a hold of one.

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  9. What a great Mommy she is and I love the photo, my dogs either shred them up or hump them.

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  10. So cute.
    We help out with the local humane society & SPCAs, getting to the point of wanting to adopt ourselves. My wife does as you did with Thelma, taking pictures and posting information about the dogs, even to the point of designing and printing up fliers and putting them on the Starbucks' bulletin boards.

    Thelma's up for adoption? What kind of dog is she, about how old is she, and where abouts are y'all?

    oh, hey, also, I'd like to invite you to check out my new site: http://dearpastorandy.blogspot.com/
    (It's safe for the whole family) :)

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