. . . or so we thought.
After all, it’s a light colored sofa, and we do not suffer from a lack of dog-permissive furniture in our living room and den.
It’s not that our Little Zee sneaks up without permission. It’s that she’s so darn sweet and so good at finding the exact right spot to snuggle in, that you just can’t resist her pleading eyes.
One more dog rule, out the window.
Looks like she is laying on legs and a pillow, so technically I think no rules are broken!
That’s what I said when Reggie came. He’s got a comfy chair all to himself plus his dog bed. But when I come home I find Reggie furs on the couch and a big Reggie indentation in the cushion. So now I’ve changed my stance to…well if that’s the worst thing he does when I’m not home I can live with it. 😛
Cutest. photos. ever. A boy and his dog never stops being completely adorable. 🙂
LOL looks like she is pretty comfy with even a pillow for her head 🙂 Too cute 🙂
So cute! I can see she is relaxing in her foster home!
Morgan is totally jealous of your man and respectfully requests that he be allowed to sniff Zee’s muzzle.
So hard to set “rules” when they’re so cute!
This is so weird! Havi randomly climbed up this weekend on the couch, and I didnt stop her. Dont tell DS..
Sometimes when Jack wants a snuggle, I can’t resist. Of course we have to keep this secret to ourselves…
Dog Rules were meant to be broken, haha. P.S. I’ve been meaning to ask – I’m in the market for a new camera, and was wondering what model/make you use? Love your photos!
I have a Nikon D300, which is a semi-professional model. If you don’t intend to do professional work for clients, you will be more than happy with a basic Nikon or Canon DSLR. The technology has gotten so advanced that even the entry-level ones are outstanding in quality — you are better off spending your money on lenses, which makes a lot more difference. Email me privately if you want to discuss in more info 🙂
Great snuggly pictures. I didn’t realise that there was a rule! I have my own sofa 🙂
But the dog-permissive furniture isn’t where Foster Dad is! And cuddling is hands-down the best part of being allowed up on the sofa 🙂
I tend to agree with Anne. Lil’ Z is technically not ON the couch, merely on something (or someone) who happens to be on the couch. There’s a difference. We’ll now be filing our MSJ, thank you very much.
Please tell Lil’ Z my invoice is in the mail, and I’ll take my contingency in dog kisses.
I may be a bad dog mama, because not only do I allow Maisie on the couch, I actually make her come up and snuggle with me even when she doesn’t want to. 😉
She is just the sweetest girl!
Little Zee gets cuter and cuter every day. I think Foster Dad would agree! And she was just recently bathed – how funky can she be?? She’s living the life! Hope you’re making progress on finding her a permanent home. I’d have loved to scoop her up!!
A little sneaking won’t hurt
Benny & Lily
How COULD you resist that? pitties are so snuggly, I couldn’t imagine not having mine on the furniture:)
Stumbled over your blog! Such an sweety! and so comfy!
Y’all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog
I especially love how she uses the little pillow under her head. E has taken to letting Mr B on our outdoor sofa, and hiding him under the blanket when I come out. Funny how he can so easily hide our 75 lb pitbull.
Love it. She is precious. And pibbles are just the snuggliest dogs ever.
Rules are made to be broken, are they not? 😉
Zee is a pillow dog for sure :). Sweet!
She’s technically not ON the sofa… she’s on foster dad who’s on the sofa. hehehe
It’s too comfy to resist! And, Lady Z has a perfect “couch” face!
LOL. We had a similar rule. First it was “no dogs on the couch”. Which quickly became “dogs on the couch only when invited” which turned into “dogs on the couch if said dog performs a trick or at least sits first” which is now “dogs on the couch whenever the dogs feel like it.”
The two of them are just so sweet together. I wouldn’t have the heart to kick her off either.
Rules are meant to be broken!
Little Zee took one look at that framed motto, “Love Me Love My Dogs,” and knew that couch, that pillow, those legs were all hers for the taking. Love all three of these photos!
Where did you get your gorgeous Love Me, Love My Dog print from? I need one, because it is my life motto. My nearest and dearest all know this and love me (and my dogs) despite it.
My other half made mutterings about no dogs on the furniture, but he decided to head interstate for 3 weeks just after we got Anouk, and as far as I was concerned being the single parent of an energetic wheaten puppy is hard enough without resisting the temptation to snuggle said puppy on the couch… (wheaten puppies are sooooooo soft)
Hey Felicity! I got it here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/nikimilns?section_id=6840867. I just asked her to do a custom one with the “S” at the end of “dog” 🙂 I love it!
Great photos! Who wouldn’t want to snuggle with Little Zee?
Sweet!! Little Zee looks wonderful. What great two-legged foster humans she has!
She is currently in my parents’ room – on the bed! And we NEVER let dogs on furniture haha she is one lucky (or sneaky or very cute) girl. I also came home from work today and was surprised that she didn’t greet my by the door since she’d been upstairs by herself for the afternoon… come to find she was snuggled up on the couch having the nap of a lifetime. What a goof! I’m guilty of completely letting her get away with it though. Just can’t help it… the look! It gets me every time!
sweet pictures! I’d say she can’t be on the sofa unless one of you is there to snuggle with her! Couches are made for snuggling!
We used to have rules, too….
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