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

Friday, November 18, 2011

A Pug, in Five Photos (part deux)

She does it on purpose, I swear.
 I mean, who cuddles with a bone?
 A hard, cold, plastic nylabone.
 Every move this pug makes is calculated.
(Looking cute = foodables)
She's no dummy.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Neighborhood Watch

Where there's a gurl...there's a perch.
She keeps watch over the neighborhood...
while Klaus keeps an eye on the door.
Pug police have got it locked down.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Shutterfly 2011 Promotion

So we're a little behind on this, but better late than never, right? (We are notorious for sending our holiday cards behind schedule anyway!) We got the idea to participate from Minnie & Mack - pretty cool, right? We love making our own holiday cards, and Shutterfly has some really cool designs to choose from! What better way to spread the holiday cheer than with a photo greeting card from two of the world's CUTEST pugs! But wait, why stop there? Shutterfly also has an awesome selection of personalized photo gifts to choose from, too...OR, our friends and family could start the new year with their own Klaus and Natty photo calendar! Ohhhh, what to CHOOSE???

Well, if like me, you don't already have your holiday cards ready to go...pop on over to Shutterfly and put those PUG MUGS on something cute! 'Tis (almost) the season!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Mug Shot

This photo makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time. 
Natty's intake photo from the shelter. My poor little muffin. She looks sad, but I can also see that sassy little gurl shining under the surface, just waiting to be spoiled. I want to smooch this poor stray puggy right on her pouty little lips. 

I wonder what she was like when they brought her in. Was she lovey, squirmy and waggy, the way she is now—giving tiny pug kisses? Was she scared? Did she give them the vocal Natty attitude (Nattitude™)?

Now you tell me—what kind of luck would YOU have trying to resist that face?

Thank you, NIPRA, for saving my little girl.