Sunday, April 27, 2008

Introducing the Stray
The Dog that my parents refer to as "Cosette Colbert d'Bonapug" came to stay with us this Saturday and despite my initial misgivings, things seem to be going well. She seems somewhat dimwitted and capable of being easily manipulated ... therefore, she may prove herself to be useful at some point in time.

This is her being invested as an Honorary Duchess of Pugsworth. She apparently is French and has a French title, meaning that someday she will be accorded the honor of signing some documents of surrender.

Despite liking her somewhat, I still feel that the crown does not suit her since high responsibility is clearly beyond her. For crying out loud she sleeps 22 hours a day (two hours more than myself, meaning I am twice as productive).

This is her at the breeders before my parents took her home. They think she is "cute" for some reason.

This is her playing with a new pig toy my parents got her, she is also seeking shelter from yours truly behind my Daddy's legs.

This is us chilling on Mommy's lap during one of our moments of detente.

This is what she does most of the time. Lazy stray.

This is me trying to coax her to make something of her life. I was unsuccessful in this instance.

She seems incapable of controlling her tongue. Below is the video of the first time we ever met. My parents set it up to get the event on camera.

Photo Sharing - Video Sharing - Photo Printing - Photo Books

Snarf Everydog later,
/s/ Winston, Grand Duke of Pugsworth


Pug and Bugg said...

Winston! We think your new stray IS cute! You will love her, we think. Plus, you can pull rank on her and definitely use her to your liking. That's what I do with Dixie here... she's not too bright, just like a little stray. Keep posting pictures of you two! We can't wait to see how you will use her as your pawn!

Sophie (and Dixie)

Goodboy Norman Featherstone said...

Oh Winston, I have to admit that she is really cute. It's all over for you man. She may be French, but you're the one who will have to surrender. :)

Lucy said...

Winston, I hate to say it but you looked scared of her in that video. She had her tail wagging and wanted to play, what are you scared of?

Nevis said...

Winston!!! Your new stray is adorable. She reminds me of Rukia, but plumper. I don't know why, but my little Rukia is unusually small.

And I'm with Lucy. You seem frightened of her in that video. I'm surprised you allowed your humans to post a video that casts you in such an...emasculating light!?!

Will we soon see pictures of little Cossie sleeping your YOUR toy chest?

Clover said...

Hi Winston,
You look so cute in the video! Now please avert your eyes so my mom can leave a message for your parents. :)
Love Clover xo

-- The baby is SO SO cute! Seeing your pictures and videos is making me want to get my little black pug sooner than planned!!

The Snick said...

So the stray has come home to roost :-( If I read the signs correctly in the video, you somehow failed to achieve initial dominance. Did you underestimate her because of her small size? Your life as the alpha pug is now officially over. It seemed like a good run. Btw, no offense, but you might want to cut back on the between-meal-treats.

Suki Sumo said...

Bwahahah! You're scared of a puppy! She is awfully cute though. The only thing you should be scared of is her using her cuteness to steal the delicious treats that are rightfully yours.

Anonymous said...

Awwwww Bruiser and Gizmo think your new little girl, uh, stray is very cute!