Sunday, July 20, 2014

New neighbors

Yu gots to know, I live out in the country. Yep, I'm a country grrl. We don't got no neighbors that live very close. Their places are way down there or way down the uther way.
Mommy is glad we don't got no close neighbors on account o' because my barkin. She says I would be very annoyin with all the barkin I do.

But yesserday sum new neighbors Did move in, right nex' to my place.
This mornin, they wur jus' too close. Hadta bark 'em up.

They Had been right nex' to My fence! The nerve!

An don't yu come back no more!

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  1. Good for you Zoe ... Barking up those pesky new neighbours ... Just a min we'll be right over to help ya

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    1. Yeah, come on ofur guys! It'll be a bark fest!

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  2. Wow, those are some big neighbors! Maybe one of them will come over for dinner some day. Keep up the good barkings!

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  3. You Tell em Zoe.... Hit the Road JACK and don't cha come back no more no more... don't cha come back no more!!!
    Living in the country is MARVELOUS isn't it?

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    1. Yep, I luv the country life.
      Green acres is the place fur me.
      *Zoe falls over trying to do a square dance move*

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  4. I think you should have fired up the BBQ and invited one, or more, over for dinner. Of course it would be their last dinner but heck, imagine the feast you and Tux could have - BOL, BOL.

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    1. Great idea Puff! I'll invite sum over later. Come on up fur the feast!

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  5. OMD!!
    WOOF-WOOF indeed!
    Hey, didn't they hate all the water from those sprinklers?
    Growlmy says I would have tried to climb through or ovfur that fence...a barking all the way!
    Imagine the good things to roll in after some time goes by...OMD!

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    1. Naw, those cows don't mind gettin all wet. They jus moo an eat, no matter where they wind up.
      Yu know, I've never got to roll in any of their stuff. I am missin out on good stuff huh?

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  6. Cows yep I know a thing or two about them. They are fun to bark at and I do like a cow patty for a treat. Mom gets pretty pissed when she catches me eating one.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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    1. I can't reach the cow pattys! Durn it all!

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  7. We saw some of those kinda neighbors when we were headed into camping. then we heard one a bellering near our camp like he couldn't find his friends. He was on the other side of the creek and we never seen it but boy we sure heard it
    And guess what we had a badger try to come in our camp, but we barked real good and scared him off!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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    1. They make a bunch o' noise!
      Be careful round those badger types! They are fierce! Good job barkin it away frum yur camp!

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  8. Hey Zoe!
    Wow, you are an adorable new furiend! Thanks for visiting my bloggie and I can see we are both country/woodsie pooches. Great job barking off those invading critters! BOL
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

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    1. Thanks fur takin a look ofur here too Sarge!

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  9. Barkin cows sure are fun, I's done it a lot before. But mine don't live next door.

    Hey, dat would be very convenient for dinner. :)

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  10. Crikey Zoe .... you told 'em, aye?? Good onya!! The hide of 'em getting close to your fence. Keep an eye on 'em, Zoe!!

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  11. Nothing like a good bark off Zoe. We have missed you.
    Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  12. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Maybe they could be your friend if you just gave them a try.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and helping me reach my goal in getting a kitty on the Scooter Shuttle.
    Sweet William The Scot

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  13. Zoe, you just tell those cows to moooooooooove along! But be careful! Some are downright nasty and they can kick hard. Ask me how I know that!

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  14. Good barking Zoe! I bark at pups all the time. I tell them not to stop, just keep going and to never come back. They are slow learners and some come back. Are those cows any better at listening?

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  15. Way to be on the job, Zoe! Hmm. Were the new neighbors playing in the sprinklers?!? I like to pounce the ones we see while we're out on walkies. It's really fun!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher
    PS: Sorry we got so way behind! It's been a bit challenging for mom lately.

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  16. Dinner on da hoof!! Dinner on da hoof!! Looks like some walkin' cheezburgerz there!!

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  17. Bison! Ha ha ha ha ha! You cracked us up too! Is those horsies???

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  18. Zoe you still watching the new neigbors Bawheheeeee!
    Lee spent every summer on her Grandmother's farm, so she can relate to those open spaces. Lee was free labor.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog today
    Sweet William The Scot

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