FURRY FRIDAY ON SATURDAY...
It's their favourite word ~ most doggies insist on yapping it out at least 25 times a day (or more) ~ it's what we used to call the little furries when I was little: ro-ros...
All these trotterdonkey little mop-heads are cairns or cairn crosses... third from bottom I suspect the lighter one to be a West Highland cross...
(West Highland terriers were originally white cairns; now of course a separate breed...)
Earlier this evening I heard a manic yapping and forgot myself and thought "that's my cairn terrorizer... I will have to go out and grab it by the ears drag it indoors and make it shut up!" Look at this tiny terrier trotting down the road for a yap. He is so furry I just want to pick 'im up, stash 'im under my arm and dash off:
I love the scruffy look of cairnies...
If you put round glasses on this one, he would look like a furry mad professor!
This is a cairn and a cairmal (cairn/Maltese terrier cross) having a savage on the rug:
Conversation between old furry married couple:
This puppy looks like a tiny teddy:
"Don't call me scruffy!"
PS can anybody tell me what this is?
AND A CHEERY WEEKEND TO YOU ALL!
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