Merlin’s Favorite Game

Of course I’m the one doing all the fetching!

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9 Responses to Merlin’s Favorite Game

  1. Annie says:

    Oh!! Ohh!!
    Good Game!! 😀
    [Talk about role reversal.. don’t let any of the neighbourhood dogs see you.. they’ll be contacting their union!! 😀 ]

    • Wazeau says:

      hehe… not sure how much Merlin would like soggy toilet paper roll holders after a dog got hold of it! I don’t mind being his fetching tool, I’m just glad when he wants to play, he’s usually such a couch potato!

  2. nadbugs says:

    One wonders how this game was developed . . . . never mind. So cute!

  3. Ha! Merlin has you well-trained. Funny too that Bandit is hanging out in the background laughing at you both!

    • Wazeau says:

      ahh you saw Bandit in his “safe” corner. He is usually on my shoulder but Merlin was being a brat so he took refuge on the bookcase. We were trying to work off some of Merlin’s head of steam and fetch is a good game for that. Cannot wait till his hormones calm down. Tucson has really long days! I had to break down and start covering the boys’ cages at night, they just weren’t getting enough sleep. Not that I’m complaining about all the sunshine, I’m loving it. But seriously, its light from 5:30 in the morning till 8 at night now 🙂

      • Too much for birdies! I’ve a coworker who just had to move back in with his mum – four parrots! He says they drive him nuts in the morning 🙂 Our days are very long this time of year, 5 am to 10pm and will keep getting longer until midsummer.

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