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This may not seem nearly as funny to anyone else, but
Toshi smile
you know, Toshi routinely cracks me up. His latest way of expressing disapproval when I don't do what he wants is to plunk himself in a major trafficway of the house with his rump toward me. Somehow the rump manages to expand in a way that absolutely radiates displeasure. Now and then he sighs loudly, just to make sure I notice that he's pouting.

What I want to know is where he got the idea that turning his back on me and sighing will let me know I've misbehaved. It's not like he's around little kids, who do this kind of thing when they're mad. And I don't spend any noticeable time lying around in doorways sighing at him, now, do I?

Too funny. Except for the tail, he reminds me of Capyboppy--did any of you read that book when you were a kid?

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I am sure he has heard you sigh in displeasure to him. I know the Yorkies have heard me do it and they are quite proficient at showing their displeasure right back. Tazi Dee will even pivot without moving from her spot if I try to get in her face and then she gets even madder if I have the audacity to laugh. Then she will go to the "dungeon" (basement doggie holding area in the laundry room) and sulk until she is good and ready to come out. They are exceptional companions. If I was there I would give Toshi some attention, unless he is in trouble, then I would have to wait for a second first. A proper time out you know. What did we ever do without our furry little babies?!

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