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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Fluffsplosion

woo!

So it's the time of the year that huskies shed. Of course, this particular "time of the year" lasts right around the equivalent of 1 human year. I don't now about you, but my Human is obsessed with stealing my fluff. She'd just reach right over and pluck a hunk of it off. Then she'll bring out the gigantic, industrial strength carpet rake and scrape it off the carpet. Or, worse yet, she'll bring out the stupid new yellow Dyson to have it eat our fluff. Yesterday when my Human was stealing my fluff, I'd get very gruff with her and grab a mouthful of MY fluff. I ran off with it.

The whole thing is wrong. Very wrong. Why do the humans always feel the need to take our fluff and very often just dispose of it. Typically, my Human tosses our fluff over the fence so that birds can use it. What do birds need with our fluff? They have feathers, for barking out loud!

9 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

If only you had won, I know woo would have banned THIS pastime fur humans!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Kira The BeaWootiful said...

Wooos! I understand, it is rather scary that they syeal it, Mom tried giving it to the birds too, but they would not take my fur, they must smell the bird feathers on it, from my lunch. Pigeon, yummy.....
-Kira The BeaWoootiful

The Thundering Herd said...

But we have some of the best fur lined bird nests anywhere. Those birds stay toasty in them.

Cyber-sibes said...

our mom is obsessed with plucking too. I just get up & walk away every time, so to pluck me is to lose my company. She tries not to do that. But poor Jack, he is a veritable fluff machine. He's always being plucked. He tolerates it cause he's a sucker for being petted.

Woos,
Star

Fred said...

Old Girl picks at my terrible tangles almost every day. When I get the chance, I steal it back and eat it. I think that will make it grow back.

Tracey and Huffle said...

The birds borrow your fluff to make warm cozy nests for their babies, which in turn are there for you to play with! It's win-win really.

Huffle Mawson

Marigold said...

Oy. I don't know. The goatmother does the same thing to us except it is in the spring. Oy.

Life With Dogs said...

I think they look at us like snow globes or something. At least they don't shake it out of us!

AnimatedPet said...

I'm sure the Dyson LOVES eating up the fluff! Every last trace of it. That's the power of a Dyson! =P