Thursday, 13 December 2007

pig cam

12 comments:

Philipa said...

Hmn, is his name a clue? Do you have a truffle operation going on? Supposed to be fantastic with scrambled egg.

True Blue said...

no phillipa, he`s digging for his pigs ears , sorry about the lack of capital letters and punctuation but iv got a cat sitting on me and the lap top.

electro-kevin said...

Nice glossy coat there.

Was he badger bating ?

Scroblene said...

Like the other one too L; also, he understood the d**** little s***hound bit well didn't he!

Huge paws that dog! Enormous!

Philipa said...

trubes - my cat's all over me like a rash too. I must make sure she's drontalled before taking her to my folks, that stuff is soo expensive!

Lil - I envy you having the perfect excuse to take a walk in the woods on xmas day :-)

Daisy said...

lol lilith...pig is wonderful! my rat terrier (cosmo) does the digging thing...one day i looked out in the yard and all i saw was her nub and dirt flying...she had dug the depth of her body and was still tearing away...nothing there...just had a hankering to dig!

True Blue said...

Electro: "Badger Bating". Is that a new Olympic Sport? Tee Hee !

Lilith said...

Hehe! Pig just gotta dig!

True Blue said...

Phillipa: Pardon my ignorance but what is "Drontalled" ?

Lilith: Is "Pig the Dig" still digging ? He is a real little character isn`t he .....lovely dawgie xx

Philipa said...

Drontal is flea treatment. I react very badly to bites, in fact when at uni and innocently slept in the bed that came with a rented room, I had to have a flea bite surgically removed. Sounds bizarre but there it is. Anyway, though my cat is drontalled I always make sure she's done JUST before visiting my mum because mums friends pets can't POSSIBLY be the cause of such a stray pest, it would HAVE to be me.....

She's wormed regularly too, I think that's especially important now I have children. It amazes me that some people think that giving their pets tit-bits and being all lovey dovey to badly trained animals yet ignoring such treatments as worming, washing/grooming and flea treatment, is somehow being an animal lover. I'm not a fan of the lap-dog mentality, you can tell.

I wormed my horses too. OK so I wore most of it, it always took two goes - trying to inject some foul tasting guck down the throat of something at least 1/4 ton and taller than you? Bleurgh..

True Blue said...

Phillipa: Thanks for the explaination re Drontall. Our Cat Chloe aged 4, is primarily a House Cat, although she does go out into the garden when the weather allows; i.e. Absolutely no rain,wind,frost,etc. Therefore, owing to our delightful climate (Not!)she doesn`t really mix with other pussies, or visiting wild life, so, to date, she hasn`t had Fleas. (Famous last words!).
Like the horse story.

Looks like you`ve got a "Pets Corner" here Lilith. All this has happened since you got Pig !

Lilith said...

I know Trubes, its a laugh. Hats off to Pippy for dealing with horses however...:-)