Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Pooches: Three Pitties in the City Part Trois

It has become an annual tradition where E's pitty, dainty Ms. M, comes to stay with us during the week of Thanksgiving. Dainty Ms. M, not to be confused with our fatty Ms. M, has adjusted really well and she fits in like one of the pooches. Even with dainty Ms. M it feels like we only have two pooches, because fatty Ms. M has taken a liking to dainty Ms. M's crate and bed and in two days, she has only come out voluntarily to eat and take a walk. We knew fatty Ms. M was lazy, but we never knew that she was this lazy. Dainty Ms. M on the other hand is walking confidently throughout the city streets. She is normally skittish on her walks, but with the pack she is walking with Mr. B and fatty Ms. M down busy Chicago streets such as Division st. Now they are turning even more heads and meeting quite a few people. We are wondering what's going to happen to fatty Ms. M when dainty Ms. M leaves with her comfortable bed and crate.

4 comments:

Pibble said...

Daint Ms. M is just adorable! I love her ears. Fatty Ms. M (I hope you don't say that out loud within hearing range of the Original Ms. M!) looks awfully comfy in that bed within the crate.

What a gorgeous crew... Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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Kari in WeHo said...

haha I love the ears on dainty Ms. M. Does fatty Ms. M take offense to be called fatty?

laura said...

OMG, at first I thought Dainty Ms M was a stuffed animal (of course the fact that I've had three bourbon and gingerales might have something to do with that!). Big Boned Ms M (a more accurate name, I'm sure) reminds me of the time our big cat, The Beast, decided to sit in Duncan the pit bull's crate. I'll have to find that picture sometime. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

Schwang said...

Miss M. doesn't mind being a fatty; she thinks it shows how smart and tricky she is at getting a lot of food.

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