Jump to content

Baby Thor

  • entries
    104
  • comments
    791
  • views
    17,277

Early Morning Thor


Imrlgoddess

1,110 views

As self appointed bathroom guardian, Thor makes sure the wet litter boxes don't take us each time we go in the little room.  

Hoomans can't bathe or hunt properly, we need all the help we can get. As @feministxtian put it, we need poopervisors! As well as bathavisors, & TVwatchavisors... all kinds of avisors.... He even helps me brush my teefs and acts as bed quality control! 

20170310_063001.jpg

20170310_063020.jpg

20170305_081235.jpg

  • Upvote 15

6 Comments


Recommended Comments

LadyCrow1313

Posted

I brought my boss's dog to Mom's house for a visit last weekend, & she felt the same need to assist with dinner preparations. (And she did get a few treats for being such a good supervisor, too.)   ;) 

  • Upvote 6
Link to comment
catlady

Posted

4 minutes ago, PennySycamore said:

@catlady, is your fur baby a Newfie, by any chance?  S/he's gorgeous!

Hi!  No, he's what we call a defective* black lab. His parents were purebreds, but about a fourth of their puppies ended up with shaggy gray fur (the owners said it was due to recessive genes).  It's interesting that you ask if he's a Newfie; we had the same question a dozen times when he was really young. I hadn't been familiar with the breed, so I googled it and found pictures of Newfie puppies. My Kingsford looked exactly like one until he was about four months old; after that, his Lab traits began showing more. 

*by defective, we mean that in addition to not having short shiny jet black hair, he has webbed feet but refuses to swim, and despite being a Retriever he won't stoop to fetching. Yep, our baby is full of quirks. 

  • Upvote 8
Link to comment
PennySycamore

Posted

@catlady,  Kingsford sounds like a wonderful dog!  I love the quirky  ones.  

Both the Lab and the Newfie have the St John's water dog as an ancestor.

  • Upvote 2
Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Posts

    • Smee

      Posted

      12 hours ago, Giraffe said:

      I was thinking this after the latest post. I wonder how many of their "patients" are still alive one year after their "treatment." I'd also like to know how many people begin actual medical treatment after leaving there. Eta my guess is not many. If they're deep enough into the woo to go there in the first place* they may dig their heals in further upon leaving. 
       

      *and wealthy enough. Even if they fundraise and sell everything they can to go down there there's still some degree of financial ability to do it. (On that note I wonder how many "patients" or their families come back to the states destitute. 

      Someone posted a link about this way upthread somewhere - a youtube guy who went searching to see how many patients who had started GoFundMes had evidence of being alive or deceased a couple of years post treatment. The stats were pretty much what you'd expect

    • GreenBeans

      Posted

      6 hours ago, Giraffe said:

      I find it strange having a name theme. I'm used to John and Jane happen to start with the same letter and since they stopped at two they technically had a "theme" but only because those were the names they liked. It wasn't some "we have to come up with a name we like that fits the theme." Maybe it's just me but I find it weird that so many second gen Kellers have an intentional theme. (Outside of bible names or something. Eta so I guess I'm used to "bible names" being a theme.  But starting with the same letter is weird to me)

      I think the whole idea of a “name theme” is kind of foreign to me. The biggest family I know personally have 3 kids. More than 3 is really uncommon here. Parents will usually gravitate towards somewhat similar types of names (in terms of social background connotations, modern vs. traditional, similar “vibe”), but I’ve never heard of anyone with a naming theme outside of FJ.

    • Giraffe

      Posted

      1 hour ago, Mrs Ms said:

      Honestly, they could actually be working and still grifting for extra cash. We obviously can’t expect honesty or true transparency from them!

      I would almost be proud of them if they were pulling this off. 

      • Upvote 1
      • I Agree 1
    • Mrs Ms

      Posted

      We have such an obscure naming theme that I’m not sure if my partner even noticed I did it! The obvious one is that all of us have names that are technically biblical, but so common that people don’t automatically associate it. The other 2 things with my kids nobody has ever picked up on.

      • Upvote 1
    • Mrs Ms

      Posted

      Honestly, they could actually be working and still grifting for extra cash. We obviously can’t expect honesty or true transparency from them!

      • Upvote 1
      • I Agree 1


×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.