Sunday, January 15, 2012

Pet Pride: one shoe off and three shoes on

© Photo by Richard Schear

Hi, it's me—Lindy!
I'm slim, and I'm trim, and I'm lovely, so if I want to let my dad carry one of my snow boots for me, it's okay. I've been around cyberspace long enough to know I have a few fans, perhaps more than a few, so I'm not proud. I know we'll go home, where my mom will have a hissy-fit about my poor, sad, cold foot, and she'll make sure my dad gets all the snow out from between the pads, and gets my hair good and dry.

Posted for Pet Pride
hosted by Lindy's buddy Bozo and his family
in Mumbai, India, at their Pets Forever blog

Lindy says, "Hi, Bozo. I really don't need boots. I can chew the ice-balls out from between the pads of my feet, but it makes my mom and dad happy when I let them put the boots on me. And they are reflective, which is a nice safety feature when Dad and I are walking at night. Do you go walking at night? I know you don't need snow boots, but maybe reflectors?"


ros@dimaggio63 said...

Hi Lindy,
le tue scarpe sono molto belle...però non capisco... hai perso una scarpa ?
Baci Myriam

Fireblossom said...

Lindy, you should wear the same number of boots as you have paws to put them on! Remember the human saying, that a jacket is something a child wears when her mother is cold!

PS--woof from Bosco!

Carola Bartz said...

How cute these dog boots are - well, no one wants cold feet and snow between the toes!

The Chair Speaks said...

It's no fun thawing frozen paw pads. Our human is wondering how did this one bootie came off?

Fran said...

Hi Lindy - I think your snow boots are really cool! Because I am black, Mum and Dad seem to have a problem finding me in the dark so they make me wear a flashing collar. Shame I cannot do the same to them. Lick Lick xxx

Leslie said...

She IS slim and trim!