Monday, 24 January 2011

Uh oh. More guilt.

I suppose it was inevitable wasn't it? Something else to make me feel guilty. Wasn't it not already enough to have parental guilt? Now it seems I am to have puppy guilt too.

This is where he lies during the day.

Snore. Zzzzzz.
 Of course I forgot he was there. Of course I ran him over.

Guilt.

There was a slight squeak. I'd just run into him rather than over him. Phew.

But.

Evidence.
That was why he squeaked. I ran not over him, but over a bit of fur he happened to leave in the way. It came off, hence the squeak.

Oh.

Lots of cuddles and kisses and I'm-so-sorry-but-I-warned-you etc.

He moved.

Slightly.

Don't run me over again.

8 comments:

  1. Ahh...he is soo cute..next time you will not dare to sit on the computer chair lest you disturb him...

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  2. It won't be the last time, I'll bet! I spend my life apologising to animals who have actually bumped into me, or thrown themselves at my feet on the stairs...

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  3. He is gorgeous and will suffer much worse than that, he looks pretty tough to me.

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  4. Oh Heck I am always saying sorry to mine too for treadingon them bumping into themand genrally doing the wrong thing but they always forgive!

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  5. He'll forgive you. After all you feed him, love him and take him for walks. All in all doggy heaven.

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  6. Please be more careful. We dogs are faithful and loyal, but we can be hurt. Fortunately, we're pretty forgiving.

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  7. I had to laugh, our Barney does exactly the same, and sadly I do catch him very slightly,he moves or squeaks, but always returns. I am so nervous that I hurt him I hardly dare to sit comfortable ....we love our doggies! xx PS he's on the floor as I type!

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