Friday, September 9, 2016

                     Is That My Furry Toy Over There . . .

or did you bring home a hamster?

15 comments:

  1. I wonder how long it will take your Human to pick up whatever it is and bring it over to you so that you can make a determination? Do you think she understands that this is something of a 'will I keep her/will I replace her' kind of test?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  2. Oh a hamster - now that would be fun! But somehow wethinks it will be the toy that has not been bought to you for playtime.

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  3. Come on Sir !
    Whack it to me !!!

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  4. I vote for hamster.

    Emma and Buster

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  5. OH my gosh, it looks like you set your tail aside for a little while! Drying it after washing? Or is it possibly the tail of a ladyfriend? Seriously, looks like your tail goes off one side of the picture and finishes on the other! You've blow my mind... I have to go sleep this off now

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  6. Gosh.....I hope it's not a foreigner invading your territory......looks suspiciously like a toy.....Spitty maybe you need glasses?????

    Love, Sammy

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  7. I hope it is your furry toy. My mum said it reminded her of her friends cat long ago who dragged a hamster in through the cat flap. She didn't know if it was an escaped pet or died and been buried and dug up by her cat. As it was obviously dead she buried it in her garden and put a stone over the top so it didn't get disturbed. She never heard any neighbours say they had lost their pet.

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  8. .... but isn't a hamster ALSO known as a furry toy?

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  9. Spitty, are you certain that isn't part of you? Our mom usually has a huge fur ball like that after furminating Giulietta. We are fairly certain your mom would not bring another anipal into your kingdom. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  10. Oooooo! A hamster would be so much fun!

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