Okays, I MIGHT be in a little troubles.
See, it's been windy and rainy here.
I don't likes the rain.
I don't likes my furs wet.
I don't likes my feets wet.
Here's the thing.....
I do my 'business' in the mulch.
The mulch is wet.
I don't likes wet mulch.
My feets don't like wet mulch.
Therefore, I end up doin' my business on the outside carpet.
Before you say anything ~ YES, it is wet too, butts it isn't yucky like wet mulch.
Apparently, this isn't acceptable.
What's worse, is that I don't do it in ONE PLACE.
I drop LANDMINES everywhere
(if you gets my drift)
If peeps don't watch were they step.....they step in a 'landmine'.
So, with today's SELFIE, I am tryin' to look as pitiful as possible.....
who could be mad at this face???
I pray for some dry mulch......
Oh Ruby, you are not the only one having pooping problems. I don't like doing my business in our back yard, and insist on being taken out into the street for a walk. But Gail is only supposed to leave the house once a day at the moment, and so has been trying to 'retrain' me, so far unsuccessfully and with much frustration on her part, to use the yard.ReplyDelete
Wet ground.....we use the brick pavers....carport or back room. Unintended wet feet is the pits!!ReplyDelete
Crikey, quite the conundrum... and a flashback for me to my angel Jade, who was a bit precious about wet toes and tush just like you!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
we hear you, we got rain last night... what place on da carpet is da best for leaving a complaint about the weather?ReplyDelete
Oh my Ruby you did whut??? I bet they hope its drier soon.ReplyDelete
Oops - I understand, Ruby. Circling 3 times and going in the right spot is essential!ReplyDelete
Awww, who could be angry in the circumstances, especially as no dry litter or mulch. What your staff needs is to buid an indoor mulch shed that you can visit — like a human indoor privy ;)ReplyDelete
Stay well purrs
We're sure your sweet face will warm your mom's heart and she won't be mad at you long. It's never any fun to have to do your business in the rain.ReplyDelete
well that face will work for me, but then I am not walking in the land mines. how about some dry mulch in a flat cookie tray with an umbrella over it..ReplyDelete
Norma Jean sympathizes. During a thunder storm last week she didn't want to go out in the wet grass so she found a nice dry spot on the deck. A girl does what a girl has to do.ReplyDelete
You're bringing back Roller Derby and the Bay Bombers.ReplyDelete
Ruby I would say let the 'chips' fall where they may, but then it is not my feets that are finding them.ReplyDelete
I hope they mulch dries and your routine returns to normal..before Ma blows a gasket
Ruby, it's not like this is your first time of avoiding wet feet!ReplyDelete
Your peeps should have known...
We TOTALLY understand....wet feets are the WORST!ReplyDelete
Hopefully it will dry up this week!
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
No, not me, you're to cute to be mad at, Ruby🙀😸Clean Pawkisses for a Happy Monday. Stay Safe Healthy and Yourselfie🙏🐾😽💞ReplyDelete
You just say, you are stressed over the virus and the weather and are doing the best you can, Peeps have to forgive you for that.ReplyDelete
Sheesh, the things peeps worry about - Ruby, when you gotta go, you gotta go:)ReplyDelete
Woos, Lightning and Timber
Our angel Miss Ginger was kind of like that too. She hated to get her feet wet, even if it was just dew on the grass. But she was also to prissy to do her business indoors. Eventually she'd go out, though. You would have liked Miss Ginger!ReplyDelete
Our Little Bit did her business like that too. Hubby got really good and catching her landmines in the pooper scooper before it hit the ground. Most impressive.ReplyDelete
Have a woof woof day and week, Miss Ruby. My best to your peeps. ♥
Great selfies. You are a cutie.ReplyDelete
At least you made it to the outside carpet!! My silly sister Tegan will sneak to find a place in the house, if she doesn't like the weather! Talk about naughty!
It's not your fault your poop doesn't know where to go. You just let them out. Where they land up isn't your fault.ReplyDelete
Oh Ruby, no one could stay mad at that face! Elsa & Norman agree with you...wet is the pits for the call of nature. Hope things dry out soon.ReplyDelete
Ruby, we know accidents can happen when everything is all wet. The word landmines is what we use for people to watch the landmines on the grass. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
World of Animals
OK, so while that is probably not the best place to, uh, relieve yourself, do it just once in the house, and I'll bet the front porch won't seem nearly as bad, BOL! XOX Xena and LucyReplyDelete
I figured out all on my own ~ I go to the edge of the driveway sniff the grass ~ then turn around my feet are on the cement and my bum is over the grass. So I dump right on the very edge of the grass. If I could stand six feet away from you I could teach you the maneuver.ReplyDelete
Sweet William The Scot
We sometimes have to use the sidewalk...and we have done our homework in side once or twice...well, OK maybe more than that when there was pouring rain or snow...today we had both hail and major dumpsters of rain, but we were able to 'wait it out', BOL!ReplyDelete
Oh, Ruby. I totally understand. Who wants to "go" in wet mulch? Not me, that's for sure! I think that the peeps will forgive you. You are too lovable for anyone to stay mad at you.ReplyDelete
Lulu: "Spreading the love, that's all you're doing, Ruby. Spreading the love!"ReplyDelete
Ugh! We hate getting our paws wet too. There’s not much worse than taking care of business in the rain or mush. Perhaps a pee pad on the carpet would help.ReplyDelete