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Highly suspicious

suspicion

Shelby has been staring and sniffing around this part of our wall. She was so focused on it, that Steven decided to remove the baseboard to see if there was anything there. It she just being weird, or do you think there's really something there?

Like I said...

suspicion

really...really...focused.

June 23, 2008 | Permalink

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THERE REALLY COULD BE SOME KINDA CRITTER LIVING IN THERE. MY DOGS AND CATS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN RIGHT WHEN THEY HAVE SAT AND LOOKED AT A WALL OR THE FLOOR....THEY CAN HEAR THE LITTLE INVADERS WHEN WE CAN'T.

Posted by: AnnCrago | Jun 23, 2008 6:48:04 AM

Dear Winnie, I sure hope that whatever
Shelby is troubled by IS NOT infestation
of vermin, termites, etc., etc.
Also, how do you do it all? working, being a new mommy, taking care of Shelby and the
household chores, etc. You are amazing, and thank you for keeping your adventures of Shelby up to date.

Posted by: Jade | Jun 23, 2008 9:02:30 AM

Okay, that freaks me out and I am not even there LOL. One time a piece of cat food fell off the table (don't ask) and through the spindles from the upper to the lower floor. Ruby ran down and ate it. Now, every single day, it is part of her routine to go and look and see if any more happens to be there. She ATE it. It is GONE. But she figures you never know LOL.

I wonder if Shelby at something tasty that came out of there and is waiting for more?

Posted by: DancesInGarden | Jun 23, 2008 10:41:25 AM

Sometimes they do find something. It is pretty weird that she is so focused on that site. You might want to remove the baseboard (gently) and see if there is anything. They are pretty good indicators of things out of our range. Good luck back at work~

Posted by: mary and mia | Jun 23, 2008 12:01:05 PM

My pug chases spiders and is often very intent on whatever crevice they manage to escape into. Maybe Winnie has developed the same habit. My pug also chases flies. She looks rather silly crashing through the house in pursuit of them.

Posted by: Julie | Jun 23, 2008 3:18:58 PM

There might or might not be something behind
it. If it is a particular smell, you know
how dogs are. They are curious aren't they?.

Posted by: Joanne | Jun 23, 2008 8:09:26 PM

re: Jade's question on how I do it all.

My mom is here most weekdays helping with Vin and Shelby while I work, and Steven spruces up the house. Plus, I'm just really tired all the time. :)

Posted by: Winnie | Jun 24, 2008 7:43:23 AM

Winnie,

I'm so sorry that I mixed up your name with Shelby's in my comment. I realized it when I got home from work in the evening and looked at my pug and thought about SHELBY. My only excuse is the aftermath of a two + day migraine. How embarrassing.

-Julie

Posted by: Julie | Jun 24, 2008 8:09:29 AM

Bonnie and I think there is definitly something there. If it drew Shelby's attention away from Vin, it must be real.

Vin is so beautiful!

Posted by: BonnieBoo & Mom | Jun 24, 2008 10:05:09 AM

My pug Tonka all of a sudden became obsessed with the heat vent. She would stand over it just staring down or walk around it always sniffing. She had been doing this about ten days. I went in the basement to get my son's wedding cake out of the freezer for his first anniversary and I got a real surprise. My freezer had died(it was only 27 years old)and all the food had spoiled. I had a whole turkey in there and the wrapper was blown up like a balloon from all the gases caused by rotting. When I opened the freezer door the smell actually brought me to my knees. Afterwards we realized that's what Tonka was smelling by the vent because once everything was cleaned up she never bothered with the vent again.

Posted by: Rosemary | Jun 24, 2008 12:00:34 PM

good guard dog, shelby...did your hoomans ever figger out what it is that's fascinating you so???????

Posted by: nadine | Jun 25, 2008 3:27:10 PM

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