Friday, April 11, 2008

Happy Ginger-day!

Oh I had a photo, I did I swear, there was ginger and everything, but then I saw this and after I almost fainted with glee and after I almost deafened The Bigger of the Cats with EEEEEE I could NOT resist sharing. Do you seeeee eeees leeetle feets? Do you? And eeees PINK belleeeeee. OH Puggy, how I would blow on your belly. I would feed you tini-tiny pieces of cheese and take you everywhere. And do you seeeeee how he's in my most favourite pieces of furniture??? I mean it's a sign isn't it? Clearly the fates are saying, 'Fatmammycat, look, we think you should get a pug and then once you have a pug you need to get yourself a french bulldog to keep the pug company.'
Oh it's all so freaking clear to me now.
Universe 1, paramour 0



Anonymous The Bad Ambassador said...

and a Pony - so they could do tricks and play together.

10:40 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Sneaky things, ponies. I'll see your pony and raise you a horse.

10:44 a.m.  
Blogger laughykate said...

Oh my stars! pugs have so been a feature of my week. I tnought the pug I had been looking at should have come from a Baltic state, smoked cigars and liked drinking whiskey.

10:55 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

They DO look like that! Oh I love them, I really do. There's a chap who walks one in Bushy Park on a regular basis and EVERYTIME I see it I have to resist swooping down and playing with it.

11:03 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

They're brilliant wee things, could just sit and stare at one all day long, but don't they have a load've health and breathing problems?

11:07 a.m.  
Blogger laughykate said...

Yes, Sheepie, but so did Ena Sharples. Don't hold it against the pug.

11:11 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...


11:15 a.m.  
Anonymous The Bad Ambassador said...

Its a little easier to house train a pony than a horse.

Plus think of the amount of newspaper you'd have to put down in the kitchen until the horse was trained.

11:32 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I see where you're coming from BA. I'd have to use ALL the Sunday papars. Although fankly that's about all their fit for these days.*

*grumbles like an ould wan.

11:38 a.m.  
Blogger Annie said...

Ponies are evil. And they bite.

Pugs do tend to snore, but I think it just adds to their charm. What would you name him, FMC? I suggest Robin, then you would be REQUIRED to get a Batman to complete the set. Even the paramour would have to see the logic in that.

12:10 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I like your thinking on this Annie, and certainly I will be using some of your sterling logic on the Paramour when he arrives home. But I'd worry that 'Robin' would relegate him to sidekick-and we couldn't ahve that. I think I would call him Mister Woo. Batman and Mister Woo. Yep. Sound JUST about right.

12:22 p.m.  
Anonymous stipes said...

Ena fuckin' Sharples, can you leave now please
BTW, fmc, do them doggie things come in ginger?

12:52 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Not that I know of Stipes, but I'd wager they'd rock it if they did.

1:07 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

True, Pugs are not recommended for those with delicate sensitivities. They snore, fart, burp, slurp...

Altogether MOST chawming!

I didn't like them until my brother in law got one. I've met a lot of dogs, but pugs have more personality than most. Me want.

1:11 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Normally I would remind you of how these things tend to poop, and in the most inconvenient of places, but I seem to be experiencing a curiously strong desire to buy a baby sling and fill it with pug puppies and take them everywhere I go.

Identity crisis commencing...

1:19 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

People gasp in horror when they learn that we welcomed two pups into the home, but it's really not a nightmare. There are only a few times a day when they try to make me a bald woman.
The training is actually working.

You can do it, FMC. Mister Woo and Batman are out there waiting!

2:21 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Grims and Andraste, every single pug I've ever met has been a total hoot. LIke ever KIng CHarles Spaniel has been the friendliest waggiest dog ever. Some god are just the bee's knees.
Medbh, I think two pups together care great company for each other, they might be a bit more work, but meh, pups are work anyway. I will be using your two as exhibit A) in FMC's plan to pupulate her home.

2:42 p.m.  
Blogger Lou said...

I want a Brussels Griffin, you know like the dog in 'As Good As It Gets' - they are just scrumptious... :-)

6:58 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Oh I loved that dog too, and his smoochy little face. The scene where he creeps towards the food on his belly while Melvin is playing 'ALways look on the Bright Side of Life' crack me up.

7:16 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

now that's a fabulous word you've created.
I know two different pugs who live with cats and get on famously with them, which is a bonus for Puddy.

If Batman gets a cape, what accessory shall Mr. Woo have?

7:53 p.m.  
Anonymous eva said...

Oh my God, that picture is just too sweet for words! Me want to kiss and cuddle!

8:45 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pugs look like cats, dolphins, iguanas, bats (hold them upside down for this), anything except dogs.

They like having their ears braided.

9:22 p.m.  
Anonymous KevanB said...

A pug could not keep up with you on your runs. There was a lady who ran Bray Head every morning with her Alsatian. It would pause briefly as it followed her mistress and sniff snottily at my poor little dachshund and move on. Her owner was more polite and just smiled as I moved out of the way of the speeding lady.

It's is not that pugs can not do ten K is just that the pace may be more suited to non runner and much more to an aging plodder like myself.

Ask around amongst runners in the park. They will tell you.

The great thing about a dog is that you are not talking to yourself but having a conversation with a friend, who agrees with a lot.

10:08 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

No pug/bulldog Francais of mine would EVER have to run long distance, all they'd have to do is look smoochy and eat cheese. And THAT I'd imagine we could pull off.
For long distance I'd just borrow CG's spaniel/collie cross- who NEVER gets tired.

12:40 a.m.  
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