Sunday, April 25, 2010
You Can't Take The Sexy Out Of A Pug
I have spent these past few days trying to keep busy.
I have been attempting to get a hold of a few of the Las Vegas
Pug Rescue Organizations to see if they need a volunteer,
but I have had no luck with anyone returning my calls
or e-mails. I tried to get involved with a few of
the same rescues when I moved here almost two
years ago, and the same thing happened.
I'm going to keep trying. I really want to help out
in any way I can. I'm not used to not being around animals.
I feel like I'm walking around with no pants on all day.
Very strange. In the meantime, I stumbled across quite
a few photos of Penny I misplaced over the years.
Her beefy sexiness shined bright from the start.
I found a few photos of my cats as well.
I have been trying to scrapbook Penny's photos. I can tell you
that I have hundreds, probably close to a thousand pictures
of her. I have more photos of Penny, than I have of my human
family members. They don't seem to mind. They understand
she was just sexier.
Here are a few of the photos I came across:
Penny and Tabitha.
Tabitha was a little sexy hoochie cat. She would lie on her back,
in front of all the neighbors with her legs spread. It brought us
a lot of attention. Tabitha also liked to gently swat Penny's
pug butt. It was strange, but very sweet. Tabitha passed
away a few years ago at the age of nine.
This was my cat Darlene.
I adopted her as a kitten when I was five. She passed away at
the age of 19. I'm not sure how old that would be in human
years, but she had a nice long life. She never liked
Tabitha, Penny or any human very much. She was
kind of mean, but we loved her.
Tiny Beefy Sexy Penny!
This wasn't my party, it was Penny's. You can tell
it was Penny's birthday, because she had more extravagant
I'm sure everyone has been keeping up on their blog reading,
but I wanted to say again, how much I loved your whipped cream
photo tributes to Penny. It looked like your pugs had a day
of deliciousness. I never thought that when I brought
Penny into my life, her passing would spark a sexy
whipped cream movement. I'm sure some of your
pugs will now be addicted, just as Penny
was. That stuff is good. Penny knew
how to live life to the
I hope you had a great weekend, and did something
fun with your pugs!
Posted by Dana Orsborn