Have you ever experienced the guilt of a husky?
Or any dog, or cat for that matter?
I have! And your about to find out why.
But first, today is the day for our Pet Parade blog hop!
This fab hop is hosted by Rascal and Rocco, and co hosted by :
Jan's Funny Farm, Bionic Basil, Barking from the Bayou,
and me, from Love is being owned by a husky!
In case you missed our parade last week, we celebrated our 1 year blog hop anniversary! All of us got together, and we each donated some things towards a HUGE giveaway package for one very lucky winner! It's not to late to enter! Head on over HERE for details.
Now, let's talk about my guilty husky!
If you have been following our blog, you might remember a post I did a few months back on 3 guilty huskies, who shall remain nameless. (cough cough)
The 3 of them decided to shred some empty pop boxes, and strung chewed up cardboard all over the house.
So, who is my guilty one today?
Judge KiKi joins us to help find the culprit.
So KiKi, how will you determine guilt or innocence today?
KiKi - GUILTY!
Oh I see . . .
But shouldn't we have a fair trial for 'said' Husky?
KiKi - Nope, GUILTY!
Well then. Since my princess KiKi seems to think any dog is a guilty dog, we can just move on to the facts.
- Exhibit 'A'
What you are seeing here is a piece of cardboard. Used by the human man of the house to rest his electric boat motor on, so that it wouldn't damage the floor.
This photo shows the corner, where our pantry meets the garbage can.
This corner was used by the human man of the house, to rest his motor against, while he cleaned it up.
This photo shows an example of the facts.
I used my broom to show you the meaning. Picture my broom as an electric boat motor if you will.
The broom aka motor, is resting on a piece of cardboard, leaning against the garbage can and pantry.
The male human of the house, decided to sell his electric motor, as we have not used it in several years. Our boat is too big for this little motor to power it.
We put an add up on the internet "For Sale."
This motor was worth about $400 brand new.
Barely used, but a few years old . . .
We got a response instantly.
The human man then brought the motor in the house, to begin cleaning it up. That is when he rested it against the pantry.
The human man should NEVER have walked away from the motor in a house full of animals and kids!
- One dogs intense love of cardboard
- one dog in the middle of chewing the very same piece of cardboard which was used to set the motor on.
Lexus just happens to be slightly obsessed with cardboard.
The second we set an empty box on the floor, while it awaits the recycling bin - she is there in the flick of a tail to begin chewing it to shreds.
What exactly happened?
When Mark AKA the human man, went back outside, and left the vulnerable motor just leaning against the pantry,
Lexus Someone or some - pup, decided to pull out the piece of cardboard that was under the motor. This made the whole entire thing fall over, which in turn cracked a very impawtant part of the motor.
The worst part? There was a man coming to buy the motor within the hour! Now it is broke, and we can't sell it.
Who could have possibly done it?
Of course there could be multiple culprits in this situation. If it wasn't for the fact that there happened to be a few witnesses. I was one of those witnesses.
Yep. It was Lexus. The second he went out the door, she walked over, and pulled the piece of cardboard out from underneath the motor.
Lexus - we - the people - find you . . .
Or is it ?
Perhaps the human man of the house should have known better then to leave something like that leaned in a vulnerable state?
Hmmmm . . .
Who is the real culprit?
I will leave it up to YOU!
What do you think? Should the man be blamed for leaving it there?