Monday, January 21, 2013


 Hi Guys!

I want you to meet my buddy Nanook.  I took him on a walk a few weeks ago and it was SO FUN!

He's fostering here in the Kansas City area so if you're interested in him, click here.

He's' HUGE and LOVES walks and is really fun and sweet. 

Don't you love his brown eyes?
 Mrs. Master is SOOOOOO dramatic and acted like it was the end of the world when I broke my collar on Saturday.

She texted this photo to Master.

It's not my fault that they have me out on a lead in the back yard and I needed to break free to chase vermin. 

Good's like they don't like it when I jump the fence to chase the vermin in the neighbor's yard.

Seriously.  It's like a prison around here.

Someone save me.
Now, I have no idea how this photo got here.

My body was invaded by aliens.  Obviously, I would never snuggle with Star on the big bed.


Nora B. Webster


  1. Good luck to Nanook - he is one big and handsome boy.

    We don't wear collars any more because Lightning chews them off all of us or else we get them caught in the Mom's curlicue no-sibe fencing.

    No worries about the snuggly shot, it's cold enough here today for a bit of snuggle time.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  2. Ooooh, see?? That's why we don't wear those kind of collars any more. Something about "nightmares". Mom makes ours but she models them after the Wolf Pack Limited Slip Collars. Those prevent you from doing the "back up, shimmy shimmy, slip your head out" maneuver. Sad, but true. There's no escaping them.
    You and Nanook look like you're having fun! He's sure a big fella - is he a Malamute? Very handsome!
    I like the pic of you and Star. You must have been bribed. Or maybe it was the return of the cold weather? We won't hold it against you. So to speak.
    Play bows,

  3. Mali Boys are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO dreami and handsummm ;-)

    Oh THOSE kinds of khollars went buh-bye here years ago - something about an empty khollar and a certain fluffy tail on the run -

    Lukhkily fur my mom, one of those neighbourhood snakhkies - some khall 'em khats - distrakhted me enough that Mom khould snag me -

    After that, I had to wear like 87 khollars - well, just two or three -

    Not we only use bukhkle ones -

    Right now I've got a pawesome one from

    PeeEssWoo: Did I say how handsummm Nanook is?

  4. That must be torture. Chasing vermin is a must. We all need a good vermin chase. Have a marvelous Monday Houdini.
    Best wishes Molly

  5. Oooooooooo maybe Nanook could ask KHYRA to the Valentine's Ball.
    Nora sorry that you had to suffer the consequences of the OBVIOUS Shoddy Workmanship of that collar clasp. SHEESH.. why do WE always get the Blame fur stuffs we are NOT responsible fur??????

  6. Nanook is one BIG dude! Sure hope he finds a home soon!

    Your pal, Pip

  7. Nora
    Nanook is most handsome and oh those brown peepers are like chocolate.

    May I suggest that you invite him to the Valentine Ball....that is if you are off house arrest by 2/14/13.
    Hugs Madi your BFFF

  8. Your furend Nanook is extremely handsome! We think he'll find his furever home real soon. How can you NOT love that face.

    We didn't see you break your collar, and your hoomans have no proof that you did it bcuz they didn't actually see you do it, so you have our permission to blame it on who ever you like! And chasing vermen is the most appropriate thing to be doing while in the back yard. Geez, where DO they get their ideas!

    Lily Belle & Muffin

  9. Yep, he's hot...I could stare at him all day...sigh.

    We don't collars unless we has a leash on...mum says it's safer fur us not to get tangled in stuffs but da truff is dat hers don't likes da jingle jangle of our tags...whatever.


  10. I has always used Pip as my lawyer...he's with Burger, Burger and Bacon Assoc. (I think).
    I has always been on da same side of da law as you is...hehehe.

  11. We've broken several collars....well, SHE has, by stepping on them! We don't wear collars around the house, only when we go out.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  12. Wow, Nanook is huge! And so handsome. He's going to find a grreat home, I know it.

  13. Collars break and the world keeps spinning, yada yada, its not big deal. Moms can be crazy overreactors sometimes. We have to humor them. I love the snuggle picture, I thought maybe it was a double exposure.

    Loveys Sasha

  14. Yike'z Moms do over react. We have aliens too, I keep seeing photo's of me in the bed with that Furball ! Nanook is just gorgeous :)

    Mollie and Alfie

  15. Parents overreact to everything!!! Don't they realize that we are on patrol all the time and it's our job to keep the riff-raft at bay?!?! Sheesh!


  16. OH no! We only wear collars when out and about. We wrestle and get our jaws caught up in them when we play.

  17. OMD! Nora, I am a MASTER at the collar escape (though I usually slip out of the collars instead ~ Ma doesn't understand how I do it, and that's the way I like it!!! BOL) I'll have to try the 'breaking the collar' trick next....any tips?
    I love the snugglin' pic with Star!

  18. Nanook is huge.
    We mean H U G E.
    Can we ride him like a pony?

    We are pretty sure THEY broke your collar and are trying to blame it on you so they can have your treats. Parents... gotta keep your eye on them ALL.THE.TIME. O_O

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,