Friday, December 12, 2008

On the menu this week for Rosie

a pen (black)
pheasant ( very good)
cow poo
a cardboard tube
a boot
a pen (blue)
more pieces of coal (very crunchy)
my toy basket
a cardboard box
a tigger (very like a gingercat but more bouncy)
the kitchen knife (didn't swallow it)
half a loaf of multi seed bread
dog food
a chewy bone


Christine said...

So much goodies - what about the growing?
Rosie, the monsterdog. Is there anything, you don't eat?

Morning's Minion said...

The kittens here [Jemima and Chester] have done interesting things this week--shredding bits of paper, scattering quilt pieces, up-earthing potted plants--but they say they wouldn't dream of chewing such things--only a silly dog would do that!

Autumnhawk said...

The dog in my house, an Afghan Hound named Shadow, does not eat forbidden objects, but she does indeed "gather" up things she fancies ... and she fancies some very unusual things ... she carried off a pound sack of wonderful Christmas candy - the soft peppermint disks which have Christmas trees in the middle - didn't eat any of them, but I suspect she did use the package as a rather lumpy pillow! She also took a container with my "egg money" in it and hid it with the Christmas candy ... she isn't destructive - she's just cat curious and likes to gather things up and put them in special places for when she has time to enjoy looking at them.

Morning's Minion said...

I didn't mean to sound condescending about Rosie--it is just interesting to note the differences in feline and canine natures. Cats have such a sense of being superior!

Daffycat said...

How was the cow poo? Very good like pheasant?

Griffin said...

It's nice she actually remembered dog food in there. Tho' possibly the black ink was to give her blacker fur...

Julia Guthrie said...

Gosh...what a varied diet you have Rosie! lol

I think that's supposed to be healty...isn't it?! :)