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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Can't a girl get a little privacy ...?

Even the bathroom is not sacred in our house. I'm sure many of you with "fur children" will be able to relate to these photos. At the very least, you'll be able to laugh with me.

"A little privacy would be nice!"

"What did you expect, roses?"


jan said...

One of my dogs is convinced there is a secret exit to the bathroom and if she doesn't sit and whine outside the door, I will disappear forever.

"Sunshine" said...

That is too funny!! But, oh so very true!!

Adam said...

They just want to know what is in the latest edition of People magazine...give em a break!

L^2 said...

Hahaha... yep, I understand completely. Every day when I step out of the shower, there's Willow, waiting on the bath mat for me. Sometimes she'll get extra worried about me, and she'll push the shower curtain over so she can peek in at me.

And it's not even just me! If there are guests over and they don't get the bathroom door shut just right, she'll barge in and keep them company.

Stella, on the other paw, is not quite as interested - unless she's allowed to climb into the bathtub and lick the faucets. :-)

Orion and Cassie said...

We like to jump in the tub when Mom goes into the bathroom. This means that the tub is perpetually dirty and she has to clean it all the time. Now she has begun to sneak off and close the door right on our noses. Hmph.

Orion and Cassie

Snowball said...

I agree with you. Our hooman should learn to give us more privacy.