"The pug is living proof that God has a sense of humor"- Margot Kaufman

Monday, December 13, 2010

I'm Gonna Need a Bigger Lap... (and an extra hand)

Every time I get the urge to add another pug to our brood, I have to remind myself that two pugs is really a perfect number. There are two humans in our family, but when only one human is around, it's still feasible to manage two pugs. We've each got two hands for walking, two hands for petting, and two hands for feeding. What on earth would I do if we had three?Not to mention that lap space is at a real premium around here. Do you see any extra space on this daddy's lap? Nope, me neither.I do know that someday I'd love to rescue another little guy...but it will have to wait until we've got more space, more money, and a yard again. (*Sigh.) For now though, these two are keeping our laps nice and toasty! :)


Sequoia & Petunia said...

I am the same way...I think I would love another puggy but were would they sit, there is no room on my lap with these two girls. I still keep looking though, that doesn't hurt right? ;)

Minnie Moo said...

Lap space is at a minimum. Good thought on keeping just two :)


Minnie Moo

Kitty+Coco said...

True, lap space is prime real estate, but wouldn't it be a party with three? Can you tell our mom wants another one?? :)

Kitty and Coco

Mere said...

I haven't added up all the prices of the food but it is definitely worth not visiting the vet or cleaning up the mess anymore :)
Rice usually costs me about 4 dollars, the meat about 3 dollars and the veggies, about 50 cents a can. Sometimes I double it so I don't have to make it for quite awhile.
I read a lot about it at first to make sure they were getting all the vitamins and nutrients they needed which is why I added the veggies. :)

Minnie's mama

Minnie and Mack said...

Hu-mom would love to add to our group of 2 but she knows that 2 is the limit for us too!

Drools and licks,
Minnie and Mack

Southern Fried Pugs said...

You're smart to know your limit. Mom doesn't. Two is plenty for one person, but no, she had to foster two more! Good thing the bed is big enough for all of us.