Wednesday, November 16

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute: Equal Opportunity Treat Thief

Equal opportunity treat thief 1 -

More photos below. . .

Equal opportunity treat thief 2 -

More Wordless cute? Here.
More beagle Bert? Here.
More Donkey Doodle Dandy? Here.


  1. Maybe a few of those blaze oranges would look nice on the critters. From your previous post, it sounds like they need the protection...

  2. All the donkeys are finally in the same field?

  3. Ha! He thought better of it!

  4. Oooh... there's some unsaid warnings going on between donkey and dog... lol!

  5. You don't even need tv with Bert and company to keep you amused.


  6. Mr Bert better start watching his figure as seems he has a very healthy appetite ... after all the Holidays are coming!

  7. Love that the donkey has his ears pinned back telling Bert "You better stay away!"

  8. that pup is still fat as a tick! now we know why...

  9. He better watch out, the donkies might get him for stealing treats!

  10. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for the fun comments. :)

    Yes! All 7 donkeys are finally together. I'm way behind with a donkey update!

    Bert wanted me to remind you that the camera adds 10 pounds - which probably came from the cat food, chicken food, donkey food . . . ;)


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