27 September 2013

Jimmy's Bath

Hello. You may recognise me. I am Jimmy Chew.

I'm a Keeshond and I'm almost 2 years old.

Look at me run!


I decided to hijack Mum's blog for the second time to tell you about the recent torment she's put me through. 

And that hardship was a bath. Oh yes! How is it even allowed that such a thing can be inflicted upon a nice fluffy boy like me? Surely there's a helpline number I can call...

The initial problem I encountered was my love of everyone I meet. I really love the bath lady. I knew deep down why she was at the house; her big scary table being a large clue. But I just had to trust her to get her cuddles! Maybe that was why she was here after all?


That's when I spotted the brushes and the dryer.  I hid immediately in the most secluded place I could find.

She'd never get me here!


But the temptation of meaty treats got the better of me.  Before I knew it, I was hooked up on the dreaded table.

It makes me look like I'm on death row  


The bath lady - Mum calls her Anita - brushed me (I don't like being brushed) and clipped my nails (I hate being clipped). 


I let her get on with it without giving her too many issues as I knew that this time there was no way she was getting me in the bath. She managed it six months ago but this time, I was prepared! 

Not this time sister!


Bugger.


This wasn't funny. Mum was just amused and kept taking photos. 

How could they both do this to me??



And everything just got wetter and wetter.  At one point the distress of it all just got too much and I froze with my head under the tap. 


Bath lady said I was silly but I'd just given up hope of coming out of this ordeal in one piece. I bet no other dogs have a life as hard as I do.


I may never forgive Mum for this!! 

Well, unless she gives me one of those lamb bones.

Eventually the water stopped and the bath lady tried to make it up to me by giving me cuddles in a towel. 


I wasn't feeling very forgiving.


I darted out of the bath and got my own back by shaking my wet fur all over Mum and the bath lady!  Muhahahaha!

Unfortunately I was then forced back onto the evil table for drying and more grooming. Afterwards, Mum said I looked beautiful.

Personally, I prefer 'extremely handsome'


Very soon after, Mum was forgiven.


Until next time, this is Jimmy Chew signing off!


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5 comments:

  1. What a cutie pie! I'm always keen for any posts involving Mr Chew :)

    Lucy x

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    1. Haha, he's a little fluff ball. Definitely a diva!

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  2. Little Jimmy!!!! Bless him in the big ol' bathtub! He looks so hopeless!

    Katie <3

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  3. Ouuuun he is too cute for words!!! Such a cutie pie!
    I did laugh out loud with this post, his pictures in the bath are great!

    Teffy { Teffys Perks Blog } X

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