Kaijune – 13

It’s Deerhound! She’s featured a few times in the Fears stories. I love the idea of a giant Scottish-deerhound with antlers walking across the landscape.

I’m adamant once I’m earning enough money we’re getting a Scottish deerhound. They’re lovely dogs. Gentle giants with pokey faces.

This, of course, has my missus in tears of laughter. I’ve spent the last 15 years of my life being kicked out of bed by Jack Russell Terriers. But that’s unfair. Anyone who’s owned a terrier can attest, the little sods can stretch in bed to in-human sizes. Well, in-dog sizes? Whatever. They can take up more space in bed than a horse when they want too.

As I finish typing this, Lily, a Jack Russell cross, just shoved me off my chair. OK, maybe the missus has a point…

Bonus dog-pictures.

Lily
Sally

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22 thoughts on “Kaijune – 13”

  1. Good luck with the bed struggle. I house sat to watch my friends’ dogs. They were medium sized dogs and managed to muscle me to the bed’s edge and I couldn’t shift them. Had to trick them by jumping out of bed. They got excited and did too and then a leapt back into the center of the bed.

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  2. I am now disappointed to find out that deerhounds are not really deers, and they don’t have antlers in real life…

    Thanks for the dog pics. I have a West Highland Terrier, and they sure like taking up space to be close to their human. Hahaha.

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    1. Ooof! Kitty claws are a million-billion times sharper than doggos. You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your legs. 😦

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