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    spoiled babies

    Not only do my babies love to get on the quilts, they often feel the need for a pillow LOL. The second pic is my backyard, no snow but 3 days of rain. I can now fish from my back porch as the river has taken over the yard.
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    Yes, we spoil pets at our house too! OMG on all the "river" in the yard. Does it stay out of the house? Hope the sun comes out soon to dry up all the rain! Our little rescuse dog does not like to get her feet wet to do her "business", so...... how long can your babies "hold it"? LOL

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    Yikes. that water is too close for comfort. get the boat ready!!!

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    Yes, on spoiling the babies! They are loved and know it. And to the water in your back yard--YIKES!!! I would be a nervous wreck with water from the river that close!!
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    Furr-babies are a big part of our lives to. OMG, the back yard, I pray your home is not flooded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ontheriver View Post
    Not only do my babies love to get on the quilts, they often feel the need for a pillow LOL. The second pic is my backyard, no snow but 3 days of rain. I can now fish from my back porch as the river has taken over the yard.
    Are the two on your lap Yorkies?

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    Are the two on your lap Yorkies?

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    Beautiful dogs, love the Yorkies. I would hate the water. We had some water puddles in our front yard this weekend. Back yard is flat but, goes down a steep hill. If we had that much water, lots of people would be under water. We are about 3 or 4th highest place in Missouri.
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    oh no , all that water, to close to the house. Barb
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter sue View Post
    Are the two on your lap Yorkies?
    Yes, the 2 on the back of the couch are Yorkies, they think they are cats. The person in the pic with them is my sweetie. He stopped to watch something on the tv as he was going by and the babies had to hop up to be petted. The baby on the pillow is a Catahoula hound. My shephard was on the floor but didn't get in the pic.
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