Thursday, November 10, 2016

Miss Messy Destuffs


Marcus:  This is the new bed Jan bought to replace the bed Merci destuffed last month.


Here is Merci sleeping in the new bed.  Take note of the VCR tapes on the shelves to the rear. Percy wants you to also take note of his handsome self on "his" cat tower.


Oops.  Here is one of our other beds.  I ... er, may or may not have helped destuff it while Jan was shopping last week. 

Merci:  Marcus, you were the only one in the crate while Jan was gone.

Marcus:  Well, it could have been dust mites.


Marcus:  Besides, look at what happened to the new bed before it had time to become used to its new home.  And I certainly had nothing to do with that mess.


 Merci:  I know.  You don't need to rub it in.


Marcus:  Now here is Merci sleeping in the big dog bed.  Notice the stuffing.pile in and outside the bed.  And remember those VCR tapes on the shelves with the stuffed animals in a basket on top?  Half of them are now on the floor.  That's a Percy and Micah story.  Merci isn't responsible for that part of the mess.


Jan had a clue the mess was worse when she let Merci and me outside really early yesterday morning and Merci had a long white beard.  No, Buddy didn't do it.  He was sleeping in the bedroom at the time, but he's a male and you know we males aren't concerned with sleeping amidst a mess.
 


Little Miss Messy dragged what is left of her new bed as far from what she had created as possible.  Please take note I had nothing to do with any of this.  I, Marcus, was a good boy!  I'm not responsible when dust mites go on a rampage!

Mr. Doug was here yesterday to check the noisy fan in the power supply.  He said Merci is acting like an older human who has reverted to childhood.  Merci has always loved to dig outside in the dirt, but she was not destructive in the house.  Now she seems to forget where she is sometimes and digs holes in the bedding.

In case anyone noticed we didn't post yesterday, we have a good excuse.  We forgot.  :(


 We are joining the Thankful Thursday blog hop at Brian's Home

23 comments:

  1. My human says this is why we don't have dogs, MOL! She says we kitties are bad enough.

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  2. Hari OM
    To be hones, I forgot to check posts yesterday too... there was a major event stunning the world and having everyone scratching their heads. Big distraction.

    Meanwhile, Merci, if you want to sleep warm this winter, you may wish to rethink your strategy!

    Jan - I never bought Jade a bed because she was also a 'pawer'. I just used old towels; thrift stores often have them at pennies... and they can be washed and washed and washed. Jade would twist them round and bundle them up to her liking and it seemed to serve both purposes then!

    Marcus - glad it wasn't you in trubs for a change... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Do dogs sleep in cardboard boxes, like cats do? That surely would save $$! Yamini's comment above about thrift stores makes a lot of sense too, since I shop them just about every weekend.

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  4. That is quite a mess. I agree you should check out the thrift store for towls of blankets.

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  5. Oh my! That darn kitty cat
    Lily & Edward

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  6. Marcus, you better call the Dust Mite Busters for overgrown dust mites that take over beds and pull the stuffings out... or was that ghost mites maybe?

    Me thinks thats beds should be made of stronger stuffs like kryptonite or sumpin to fight the super dust mites.

    -Katie Kitty Too who not like super dust mites.

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  7. dust mites! dangerous.... Cole reverted to puppy business in his old age... happens to the best of us

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  8. Destuffing is such a fine art, bravo!

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  9. Dang, the destuffing got the best of me. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  10. Pierre used to destroy all of his fluffy beds. Thankfully, he has grown out of bed killing and only destuffs toys now.

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  11. Oh my, someone or someones have been busy destuffing! Great job. Oh, stay away from my bed please!!!!

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  12. OMC, what a mess ! It must have been powerful dust mites MOL ! Purrs

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  13. MOL that's a lot of stuffing Funny Farmers, mew guys are experts at bed remodelling! MOL MOL

    Purrs

    Basil & Co xox

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  14. Each species has it own's destructive ways. One of our Grandmom's dogs would always destroy the toys by taking all the stuffing out of it immediately. We are easy on toys but hard on furniture because it looks like a nice scratching post to us.

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  15. Years ago, we had a dog, Belle, that did that with the kids' stuffed toys .... very frustrating! The most baffling thing was that Belle was an outdoor dog and the stuffed toys were indoor-play-only, yet every so often, we'd come home to a toy spread all over the porch and yard.

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  16. Hey, maybe Perci is just practicing for Thanksgiving. You know, making stuffing, haha.

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  17. OMD OMD an INVASION by those Dreaded DUST MITES... YOU DO KNOW... they TRAIN for these invasions... With SQUIRRELS ... YES, they REALLY Do...

    SORRY that Miss Jan was unaware of this Well Planned INVASION.

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  18. How big are those dust mites? Yikes!

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  19. My goodness! You puppies have been busy!!

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  20. Squirrels, must have been sneaky squirrels!! BOL!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  21. Wow, that is some major league de-stuffing! We did notice you did not post yesterday, but understand about forgetting. Glad that's all it was, and that you are okay. :)

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  22. DUST MITES? Wow, we had NO idea they were so dangerous! heeee!

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  23. MJF is also a bed digger...but its nothing new for him, BOL! He has not heard f dust mites, so he just blames the kitties...yeah right!

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