Friday, March 30, 2007

I'm in trouble *again*

Dear frendz,

I'm in big trouble again - this has to be a short post cos I don't think the hoomans are happy with me right now.

There was a heavy thunderstorm while the folks were at work yesterday and a strong gust of wind blew the toilet door open. I happily wondered in and helped myself to the toilet roll and made a huge huge huge mess. :( Unfortunately for me, Dad was home early and he was very very very very very *angry* with me. I've been grounded and Dad says I am not allowed to wonder around in the kitchen while they are at work. So it's back to my jail now. Mom's very upset with me and she doesn't want to talk to me.

I have no idea when I will be out. Darn, what do these things happen to me? Mom said no BLOGGING and do not touch the com-poo-ter but I knew you guys would be worried if I disappeared for too long.

Guess that means no walkies and lovey huggies for me....i feel so unloved.


billiejean said...


when i was yoru age, i like to make snow out of toilet papers and tissue papers as well! Don't worry, you will out grow the habits when you hit 4 years old!


maggie said...

dont worry we all love you , who cares what hoomand say ????

Casper said...

We still love you. A little toilet paper never hurt anyone. :D Someday they will look back on this episode and laugh.

Maggie said...

The toilet paper roll looked like fun and you wanted to have fun while the hoomans were away to pass the time! I think jail is a harsh punishment!

Love ya lots,

Ferndoggle said...

No, no, no Luckie...that's called decorating. Humans don't just instinctively know this...they must be taught. Jail is no fun!

Lola the little white Boxer

Butchy & Snickers said...

Poor Luckie,
You had to entertain yourself somehow, right??? Should we send you a get out of jail card??? Hope they are still feeding you in jail.
Luv & Wirey Hugs!
Butchy & Snickers

Tadpole said...

Oh Luckie... I'm sorry your parents don't understand your entertainment value - that was FUNNY!! Good luck escaping your jail.

Lady Kaos said...

Make them feel guilty for punishing you in such a severe way! That's what my sister and I do. After a few minutes of the punishment we make them feel guilty. My little dacshund sister is better at it than me so you should have no trouble. Cute, sad eyes with batting eyelashes and a couple of low quiet sighs almost always get a prison sentence reduced in our house.
Good luck!

hana said...

Oh Luckie, if you lived here with me, my parents would NOT put you in jail. Wanna run away?

Hey hey, where is the picture of this so-called mess? What might be a mess to your parents might not be a mess to ME!

Hammer said...

Hey Luckie

I think this is very rough for your hoomans to treat you like this. You're a dachshund after all !!

Benmore, mum's longhaired dachshund, used to rip the wallpaper off the walls, open the cupboard doors, find mum's most expensive shoes and all that would be left would be the heels, etc etc etc !!

Mum took Benmore to dog obedience classes for 6 months and the instructors gave up. Mum always knew when he was going to do something naughty because he had a 'twinkle' in his eye. Benmore regularly disrupted every class at dog obedience when he used to take off and run around the oval instead of coming back to mum. Mum used to laugh and she got into trouble too from the instructor.

Love from Hammer

JustMeCopper said...

Oh Luckie, how mad can they be over some paper they had to pick up? You want to talk about REAL TROUBLE??? Try tinkling on your mother's brand new never worn dress as she is laying it out to pack it for her mother's funeral. Now THAT is trouble!!! They'll forgive you soon.

Hey, that pee pad is awesome! I don't think I have ever seen that in the states. My Mom is going to investigate that.

JustMeCopper said...

Oh, on Mom going back to work ... she isn't sure. Every day it's a different story.