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Tuesday, 29 January 2019

The reality of living with Daisy

We all know that Daisy is a gentle, well-mannered, beautiful little darling and we are as lucky to have her as she is to have us!

From June 2016 - my photo backlog is dreadful . . .



What is not so widely known is that she is a messy little bugger!



This is her big bed in the sitting room after breakfast and a couple of Bonio.

Darling Girl cannot help it - she has a very 'soft' mouth, like a spaniel, and as she's eating food just falls out the side . . . which must be extremely frustrating for her at times, it has definitely got worse as she has aged.  It certainly keeps our Dyson busy.







16 comments:

  1. oh bless her! Our Moss is a sloppy drinker. Lap lap lap ...... puddles every where - but on the food side - every last crumb is hoovered up! x

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    1. Ollie was just the same - water everywhere, him having a big drink was like a flood scene from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets!

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  2. Can’t you train her to lick up her crumbs? :-)

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  3. Love the top photo, and the second one made me smile :) My two aren't messy at all, every last bit is licked from the bowls and they end up so clean they look like they haven't been used :)

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    1. It is only her biscuits that go walkabout Eunice, her 'proper food' (which is soft) doesn't tend to get spread about.

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  4. Something we say quite often Jayne but we'd rather have those biscuit crumbs than no crumbs :)

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    1. Exactly Eileen, we will miss the mess when it is no longer here :(

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  5. No different from having 3 kiddly widdlies when they were young, though they left mess right through the house at times. Not just in their bedrooms. Take care.

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    1. Very true Susan, at least she is confining the mess to one strategic area!

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  6. May I suggest when we get old (hell not for years yet), we will spill our food too.

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  7. Our cat takes food out of the bowl onto the floor to eat it, so we put a tray underneath it for her; now she takes food out of the bowl and off the tray onto the floor to eat it. I baulk at just dumping her food on the floor however.... :-))

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    1. D'uh? Where is the logic in that? But then, I do not understand cats . . .

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  8. Oh poor Baby! Yes, that would be frustrating.

    Such a pretty girl she is!

    ✨ ❄ ✨ ❈ ✨

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    1. Thanks Wisp, yes, we have often said it must be frustrating for her. Occasionally she will be eating a biscuit, a large bit will ‘escape’ and she stops and looks around for it. Awww . . . Bless :-).

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