Monday, April 25, 2011

Feathers Flying at My Cottage

When I woke up this morning there were feathers everywhere. I was pretty sure the fox had been in the hen house. Upon closer examination I found a slit in my summer-weight down blanket. I think Webster must have gotten hot in the night and when he jumped off the bed, one of his nails must have gotten caught. I was sound asleep in my food coma after a day of Easter treats yesterday.

When I went back with the vacuum cleaner the culprit had claimed my space and was oblivious to anything out of the ordinary. 

11 comments:

Lauren Scheuer said...

Webster....you look so innocent...

LANA said...

I've had more than one quilt torn by doggies, not to mention shedding hair issues, so they no longer sleep in my bedroom. They have soft, luxurious beds of their own, and everyone (including me) adjusted. Now we have a joyous reunion every morning for breakfast!

Tilly's Nest said...

He definitely looks guilty alright!

Sharon Stanley Ruggerio said...

Not for 1 minute do I believe that the Wonder Dog is to blame. Just look at that innocent, blissful guy. There must be another explanation......

Bonnie said...

Bless him! He just wants a pajama day!

Anonymous said...

It was the cat! Sugned Webster

friendandfaux said...

Piggy came to call, I'm sure!

laney said...

...i don't think he looks the least bit guilty...i think webster is just one smart doggie...

Deanna said...

Oh my gosh, he looks so angelic! Good to hear it wasn't the fox!

The Queen Vee said...

Clearly the Wonder Dog was exhausted from all the Eastertide celebrations and not from duck hunting. Always best to let sleeping dogs lie even if it's on your side of the bed.

Loved this posting and all the comments.

Gal Friday said...

I like you even more, knowing that you allow that beautiful canine on your bed. ;-)
It has been pretty unseasonably warm--all of a sudden!-and I can understand how Webster might have moved because he was uncomfortable in the night and managed to make a tear with his nails.
LOL! (I just noticed the comment left here by Anon.!)