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Scareme, your kitty is adorable and looks to be having a good time with that tule. Ernie's been helping every step of the way, for better and for worse. LOL
 

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Yes, he could rock it!
My "grand dog" is a corgi and looks very much like yours. They are a very special breed! <3
 

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How, neat your grand dog is a corgi. They really are wonderful companions! Ernie's the first corgi we've ever had and I can't say enough about what great friend he is. Smart, funny, very loving, a big ham .. Lots of personality packed in there! He keeps trying to crawl back in the coffin ever though it has a new inhabitant .. It's just cardboard .. If he still wants it so bad after halloween I'll let him have it to play in.
 

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I appreciate my pets' help. ;) They keep me company while I'm working, my dog accompanies me when I poster the neighbourhood and he also thrills the kids every Halloween night. It's humans trying to help that make me crazy.

Like someone whose idea of haunting is to put out a few pumpkins and jump out from behind a door advising me on....well, anything. Then people offer to come over and 'help' me. That's a sure waste of a few precious hours while they chat, socialize and try to understand what I'm asking them to do. Then hoping they do it right. And redoing it after they leave.

Call me a control freak. Yes, I like to control my creative vision and I know what I'm doing, folks. But there is so little time as it is that 'helping' actually stalls and frustrates me. I know they mean well but come enjoy it when it's all done. Until then, PLEASE stay away!
 

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My Wife's dog is also a Corgi, black and white, Aeron. Very smart dog. Very loyal dog. her dog. I like him too.
He will stand on his hind legs and bounce a volley ball back to you if you throw it to him.(Using his nose/jaws.)
He does this to entertain small children who are already in the Haunted House but become too scared.
When the ball is rolling across the floor, he "Herds" it with his shoulder and jaws.
 

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My Wife's dog is also a Corgi, black and white, Aeron. Very smart dog. Very loyal dog. her dog. I like him too.
He will stand on his hind legs and bounce a volley ball back to you if you throw it to him.(Using his nose/jaws.)
He does this to entertain small children who are already in the Haunted House but become too scared.
When the ball is rolling across the floor, he "Herds" it with his shoulder and jaws.
He's pretty handy to have around! And easy on the payroll to boot.
 
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