The Toy Bin Terror

In case you didn’t know, we are currently at the apex of the Semi-Annual Pug Shed-A-Thon. I’m sure you other pug owners can relate to the moment when you realize: no, a crew of carpet installers did not creep into your home in the wee hours of the night and lay down some wall-to-wall beige-colored shag carpeting; IT IS ALL PUG FUR! And yes, one of those minuscule hairs did just stab you in that tender part of your foot like a tiny tan needle. OUCH!

And this is all from a SINGLE PUG, remember. I don’t know how you multi-pug people do it. I suppose at some point you just embrace the fur-floor life and accept that you can never have people over to your house ever again.

Well, I thought I might try to nip things in the bud before they got too out of control, so I got out a new bag for the vacuum cleaner and put that poor machine to the ultimate test. After some serious sucking, I was able to see the oak floorboards once again. How lovely!

Although not everyone would agree with me. Whenever I tidy up the apartment, Sid gets in a rebellious streak and tries to undo everything I tried to accomplish. I mean, according to him, all those individual pug furs are strategically placed like a work of art. So this time he decided it would be a perfect time to rummage around in his toy bin and extract every toy – including some he hadn’t played with in months or possibly years.

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I tried to help him at first as I thought maybe he was just hunting after a certain toy. Nope. He just wanted to put all the toys back where he likes them: scattered around the entire living room. And soon to be covered once more in a layer of pug fuzz.

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3 Responses to “The Toy Bin Terror”

  1. avatar Meredith & Scarlet Says:

    Dad, don’t you realize that Sid is the decorator in charge? Fuzz and all???

  2. avatar idaho pugranch Says:

    We have a sign when you come in the house
    “House is infested with dog hair – enter at your own risk”

    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  3. avatar Payton's mom Says:

    Our refridgerator broke once because of a surplus of pug hairs underneath! And I get pug hairs in my feet all the time. Surprisingly painful! But I suppose us pug lovers wouldn’t have it any other way. 😉
    Love,
    Christy

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