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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

It's That Time, Again

Weasley here. I don't really see why Mom thought I needed a haircut.


I think I was very handsome. And the hay hanging off my backside and stuck in my fur? That was  just a snack for later. There aren't any pockets in this fur coat, you know. Now, I have no place to stash my stuff.



Haircuts are exhausting. It takes a lot of work to hold still all that time. Making the wiffling noise is hard work , too. And Mom doesn't realize the effort involved in not biting her.


Mom, if it's not dinner time, go away!

5 comments:

The Fab Furs said...

Well, Weasley, you might be a little more comfortable without all that fur. And I'm sure that if you need pockets, your Mom could make you a little vest or something with the fur she's taken from you. In the meantime, I hope you weren't too tired to ask for extra treats for putting up with the haircut.

Karen M said...

Funny about the vest. The person who taught me how to give them haircuts recommended making them little fleece sweaters to wear post-haircut in the winter. I tried that with Weasley. It had 2 arm holes, and went about 3/4 of the way down his body. When he wore it, his back legs didn't work. Seriously. He would just drag his back legs around, even though the sweater didn't touch them! I gave up on the sweaters. Since they are indoor buns, I figured they didn't need them.

Oh, and he always gets some extra food and papaya after a haircut. He really shouldn't complain....

Lisa said...

Awwww I was just saying this morning how lovely they look with their hair all grown back!

Weasley, your Mom may just know best. You look awfully comfortable little lamb!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

It's like a whole different bunny, well, OK that cute face is the same but more disapproving.

Michelle May said...

Oh dear...ok...I'm trying not to laugh, but he really looks like he's saying, "you suck." baaaaaaawwwhaaaaa. I tried not to laugh...sorry. hee,hee,hee.