Miss Abbie recently got a new Winter coat. She gets one every Christmas. Perhaps, it's a tradition now as it was when I was a little girl, and I for sure got one from my daddy every Christmas.
Anyhoo, she is sporting a pretty muted-pink and cream, houndstooth pattern with gold buttons and fleece -lined.
She says please excuse the stray ball of yarn that fell out of the basket!
She really likes this one. I can't say she does all of her little outfits, but this one was in her liking it seems.
She just cuddled up and watched a little TV and warmed her bumm by the fireplace.
Now, I'm jealous as I would love to find myself a muted-pink, houndstooth jacket.........
but I guess we can say that this "hound" is sporting houndstooth in a sweet way!
Abbie is a cuddler. A lap-begging, furbaby and I wouldn't have it any other way.
She is sweet as she can be. At Christmas, she went on a little trip with me to my home place to spend time with my parents. People are different around animals in the house, and I really respect that. My mom is definitely a "no animal in the house" kind of lady but we packed up Abbie's little playpen and potty paper and a diaper bag full of treats and food, and off we went. She actually enjoys riding, well~~~~~ that is after we pass the vet's office, then she enjoys it for sure.
And by the end of the trip, she melted my mother's heart, so my daddy and I were both scrambling with each of our cameras to get a pic of the two. My daddy "babysat" for me the day after Christmas so we could go shopping! He actually called us and said he had changed the baby's diaper. :P
She wore her little black dress and the tail just couldn't stay still.
She just wanted to share some love.
Isn't it a cool thing that animals have such unconditional love?
She is such a blessing. I can't believe she is 5 years old now.