Monday, 9 September 2013

Dog House Blog, Mischief Monday With Mini Me & Co!



We introduce you to the latest addition to our house, The Castillo Cartel. Their motto is 'hierba mala nunca muere' or the bad weed never dies and they are some mean hombres. They now live on the table away from ancient Pip who can't see too well. We don't want her looking like this......


Anyway some doggies decided to have some mischief with Paco and Santos and the rest of the cartel.


Did anyone say SQUIRREL????????


What is he behind me??????


Squirrel you are dead meat.........I am going to get you.



OK Pip I am going up now. Stand back it may be dangerous?



OK squirrel your days are numbered.


'A la vejez viruelas' there is no fool like an old fool!
 

OK Pip what now? Any ideas? Help I may be here some time?????

More from the Castillo Cartel coming soon!!!!!!!!



44 comments:

  1. YIKES! These dudes are serious! They don't even fear the sharp darts of the cactus, but that's the name of the game and these pups are READY FOR ACTION! teehehehehee.....good morning, Molly and Pip!

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  2. be careful with those pricklers!

    urban hounds

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  3. Looks like squirrel is very clever. Time for the thinking caps.

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  4. That squirrel might be "safe" from you but we can't help but wonder if he regrets being up there? It looks kinda OUCH.
    Mommy won't dare bring a cactus into the house. She can just imagine the chaos and vet visits...

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  5. Oh My it is HUGE. Makes us wonder WHY/WHAT made your mom decide to get "Castillo Cartel." Golden LAUGHS on the name. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  6. I hope that squirrel gets the 'point'. ;-)

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  7. Looks like you have that squirrel stuck right where you want him !!

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  8. OMD Mini Molly and Pip have our Nemesis in their sights. It will be Deaded and Shredded SOON.

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  9. That was some nutty time y'all had!

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  10. LOL. And I thought the best way to create a story was use the real thing... Mini-mes are far better.... and safer.

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  11. MOL MOL MOL
    Molly what a wonderful re-enactment and the script hilarious.

    Mom loves succulent plants and I like to dig in dirt...therefore there is only one plant in this house.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  12. Is he deaded on those thorns? That is one big cacti.....mom says it wouldn't work around the grandmonsters..dad has one we keep out on the porch and it is called the old man. The catci not dad.
    stella rose

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  13. HA HA HA - thanks for the Monday laughs!

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  14. Nothing like a good romp through the cacti to get Monday off to a great start.

    Have a super day.

    hugs, Bugsy and Knuckles

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  15. Wow that's a pretty big cactus! Looks like mini-me Molly is in a bit of a predicament there. Maybe she could saw down the cactus or something.

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  16. That's a big cactus. Very spiky too. Careful.

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  17. Be careful around that thing, Molly! I once got in a fight with one and the sticker-pricker thing got caught in my mouth under my tongue. Ma and daddy-dog had to pull it out...it was NOT pretty.
    *high paw*
    Oz

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  18. Your cacti are beautiful but I have told the peep that she is not allowed to have any. Some of us cats are just a little too curious, if you know what I mean.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  19. that is one prickly situation you guys are into. Do you know the pods of the prickly pear are edible and that they are classed as a noxious pest plant in Australia. They actually imported a special bug that eats them to control their growth.

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  20. That is a pretty big cactus! I couldn't get that in my home, all the furbabies would end up like the pup in the picture!

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  21. What's the difference between a school bus and a cactus?

    With a cactus, all the little pricks are on the outside!

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  22. Love your squirrel catching catcus Molly. I am thinking of arranging a bird feeder that is wrapped in sticky tape so that the pesky squirrels will get their fur stuck and then Ambercat can pounce - we had a neighbour who used to shoot squirrels - he had a little gun, went round one day for an innocent little look at his garden and he showed us it - we were well impressed. Unfortunately he died of old age but the squirrels still stay well clear, maybe I should put a shot gun in the window and they would get the message. We would like them to leave the bird feeder alone (Amber doesn't catch birds much, she knows it's not allowed).

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  23. So funny mini-me's! We hope you get that squirrel in the end.
    Oh my God, that poor little dog. I once opened the kitchen window and my hand flew off the handle and onto our cactus and it was so painful. I hope he was okay.
    Dip Bridge Elliot and Lynne x

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  24. Uh oh, our mom said she's had a run in herself a number of times with those pokey things when she lived in the desert so we're averting our eyes. Purrs...

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  25. Youch! Those cacti are painful!

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  26. Yikes! Don't sniff that stabbing thing! We have some around here but not the big ones. Mom says to avoid them!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  27. I wonder where that came from..Bawahwhhahwa that should come with a warning..BOL xx00xxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  28. Yikes! Good thing those are only your mini's!

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  29. Dear Molly,
    this story is very thrilling! We can't wait to see what is going to happen!
    Love
    Arno

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  30. Ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch and OUCH!!!!!
    Cammie!

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  31. OMC! It's one of those thorny things like Pop has in his window though your's is so much bigger. I always get so close I can brush against it when looking out the window and don't feel anything, but if the peeps touch it, they scream.

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  32. You need to keep that squirrel treed.....sitting on those sharp spikes. Muuhaahaa!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  33. Holy Guacamole! Those things look sharp. The Mini me's tried hard to get that sneaky squirrel but he is fast.
    We can't wait to hear more of this story.

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  34. That plant looks dangerous. But I admire the little black dog who is twerking the cactus

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  35. Good luck with that cartel. Mom kills them all by watering them too much. They end up rotting at the bottom.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  36. You better have a talk to mini mes about the dangers they are facing
    Benny & Lily

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  37. hehehe Safety ropes might come in hand right about now,xx Speedy

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  38. LOL stay away from that prickly plant. It is like a porcupine that doesn't move!

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  39. Reminds me of the time when a cactus that looked exactly like that fell on me. It hurted BADLY! So yeah Molly keep away from that thing! lol! <3

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  40. Take care guys, it looks like very dangerous territory there!

    Wags to all,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  41. Set a trap and lure it down with some acorns!

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