Poor Buddy--he is NOT looking forward to bathtime. And Topaz is so eager for the show to start she's gotten herself a front-row seat. ;^)Your farm critters are just wonderful--thanks for sharing the photos and the fun!Sue
What a timely post, we are going to give Red Dog a bath tomorrow, his first with us! :)
That kitty cat is not waiting for a bath!
BEEAARRRR!!! It's okay, buddy. Baths don't happen too often, and they make you even MORE huggable. If that is possible.The cat looks as if he's thinking he's next . . .
I love that Bear has an audience for his bath. Aren't our animals the best? Thanks for sharing the Farm and all that goes with it - we love it!!
Oh, my gosh this made me laugh. Is there anything more pathetic than a dog in a tub of water? For years I had a wonderful German Shorthair who --for all 16 yeaars of her life-- would dive into any body of water she could find, literally dive! Even if it was snowing in February. You could not keep this dog out of water. But give her a gentle bath in nice warm water and you'd think I was about to pull her eyelashes out one by one. Hilarious. She had the exact same expression Buddy Bear has in that photo....must be a common dog 'face'.
Aaawww... Bear looks so sad. Poor baby! -Marci Stone Cottage Adventures
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