Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Paint by number..............

Yesterday my son called me in a panic from home. Seems his hours were cancelled yesterday at work, so he returned home (about 20 minutes after I had left) to find that Rosie and Zoey had gotten into a paint by number paint pot! Seems one of the little pots had fallen on the kitchen floor.

Now those little pots are only about an inch high, but oh what two little Pugs can do with an inch of pink paint! Their faces were covered, their feet, their tummies, my brown leather sofa, the family room rug..pink paint everywhere. He called the vet to be sure there wouldn't be a problem with them injesting some of the paint and the vet said since it is non-toxic, clean them up, rinse their mouths and keep an eye on them for vomiting. Unfortunately, he did not take any photos! Seems he was too alarmed by the whole thing.

Darn, I would have loved to see their little pink faces! Rosie still has pink whiskers, but that is it. Leather cleaner took care of the sofa...the rug, well pink. Heck, I wanted a new rug anyway! HAHAHA

PS Chloe remained innocent throughout the whole thing!

7 comments:

rpm said...

Oh, what great pictures of a crime scene that would have been. I am just sitting here laughing to think of what a mess that was. Glad they are okay, too. Chloe probably told them that there was going to be big trouble ahead!

Kara said...

Too bad no pics - I'm sure they were pretty pink pugs!

alfredsmom said...

What a sight that must have been!!! Too cute.

Duke & Gidget said...

It's amazing some of the things us puggies will get into! Glad they are OK.

Paula said...

He should of let them lose on pc paper before cleaning them up. You would of had orignal works of pug art.

I would of loved to seen pics too!

***Willow&Belle's Mom*** said...

Oh yes....Like my girls got into a red sharpie marker bit off the cap and RED all over them..funny for sure! I wish you son took a picture of the girls in pink!

Punchbugpug said...

I REALLY wish the kids had taken some photos! I can only imagine how FUNNY those faces must have been....although, I am thankful my son's first thoughts were to their health and safety!

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