Sunday, May 18, 2008

Me and the stray play

I know that some of you have complained about the attention the Stray is garnering, but rest assured that this is still my blog. If you have any doubts simply read the title: WINSTON on Pugs. Not the stray on pugs. Anyways, I am secure in my position both within and outside the Pugsworth household. Ever since the Stray began heading the Pugtorian Guard all indications of an impending coup have ceased. Also, my previous sources are strangely silent, but I shall have Cosette look into that.

This is the two of us posing outside our pug palace

Here, she is showing me the fierceness which I have been teaching her.

Narrator, in the voice of Jacques Costeau: See how the small one lays in wait, perfectly camouflaged by the grass and just at the edge of the shadow.


Narrator: Observe how the small one leaps at the large one, attempting to overtake him with her superior speed.

Narrator: The small one underestimates the large one's intelligence, agility, and reflexes; the large one is easily able to avoid the small one's attack. The small one does not yet notice that she has missed her target. Then, like a bad-guy fighter pilot from the end of Top-Gun, beats a hasty retreat upon realizing she has been outfought by superior forces and is now in severe danger.

Narrator: But before the small one fully realizes the danger, the large one has her pinned.

Narrator: And that is about all the activity these wild mountain pugs can take in one day.

After all that rolling around in the grass, it was finally time for Cosette's first bath.

It's pretty obvious who the cute one in this family is, and who's just a cheap imitation.

The Stray's reaction to water indicates that she may be half cat.

Her drying behavior indicates that she is half pug and knows how to act cute when need be.
Snarf everydog later,
/s/Winston, Grand Duke of Pugsworth
and Cosette, the Stray
PS- why the strange spacing you ask? Because blogger sucks and this little puggy is beginning to plan a move to wordpress because he has grown so annoyed over the past few years.

10 comments:

Nevis said...

Wordpress rocks! :)

Adorable pictures, though. :) You two are so cute!

Rachel said...

I don't see any weird spacing - don't leave blogger, I dont' want to learn how to use word press!!

ChristopherTech said...

Awesome pics! The action shots rock.

Lucy said...

Quite a showdown in the back yard there, she is fierce for such a small pup.

Nevis said...

Oh, and I tagged you guys for a meme! :) Check out my blog...

Clover said...

Hi Winston!
Great playing pictures! It's so great of you to teach Cosette how to be fierce! Hope she picks it up soon.
Love Clover xo

Paula @ Pug Hugs said...

Cosette is a little ball of fire, I am sure you will teach her well though Winston. Your photos are to cute!

Christine & Giggs said...

How come the stray gets to play off leash... and Winston is restrained... doesn't look too good for you Winston, I call favoritism.

Frances Louise said...

Hey, where did the Narrator come from? Winston, you are having too many strangers usurp your blog . . .

Oscar said...

Let me know how you like wordpress, I've had many difficulties with blogger though they seem to be slowly working it out.

Once I start blogging regularly..maybe Oscar will get new diggs...