Monday, April 9, 2012

Evening snack

Happy easter everyone! I hope everyone had a great easter. Every evening Grandmomma (remember Momma is still in Jacksonville, FL) gives me an evening snack. So when she is getting ready to sleep. I patiently wait....
Evening snack?

Well Grandmomma gives me an evening snack and I am so happy sometimes I get seconds!
Cuteness usually works everytime!


The Daily Pip said...

Cuteness always works!

Your pal, Pip

P.S.: My family was in Sedona, Arizona which is about 2 hours north of Phoenix. It was absolutely beautiful!

Oreo said...

Oh yah cuteness all the way, it does wonders. Have fun with grandmomma.


Amber DaWeenie said...

If being cute earns you would be as big as a house!

Hope you had a nice Easter.


Oskar said...

If cuteness is a requirement, then you should be getting tons of treats.

Nubbin wiggles,

Pat Wahler said...

Awww! You are cute enough to get seconds on snacks!

Critter Alley

haopee said...

Humans call it cuteness... pets call it super human-mind-control.

Good night, master manipulator. Have a good sleep ^^.

Huggies and Cheese,


Pup Fan said...

Pretty darn cute!

Unknown said...

Wow, your so lucky to have your evening snack, our mom doesn't allow us to have that treats. I'm glad that your having fun with your grandmother.

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