Almost Wordless Wednesday: Statue Stranger Danger

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Gambit is finally starting to learn that most statues with faces are not out to get him.  Like the guy that permanently chills on this bench on campus – doesn’t he look perfectly happy to sit with our Gamborino?

The tongue isn’t from stress, either, it was one of the 2-3 not frigid or rainy days we’ve had this entire spring.  Dear weather, usually by early April we are sunning and swimming at the lake every single day.  Please stop this nonsense!

Eddie forgot to show up for Wordless Wednesday this week, but he’s looking for his forever home.  For more information on adopting Edwin, contact Crossroads Animal Hospital.  They also currently have a few rescued Tennessee Walking Horses!

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7 Responses to Almost Wordless Wednesday: Statue Stranger Danger

  1. sued51 says:

    This is a very cute shot!

  2. Cute photo… I could never get Boomer or Dottie close enough to a statue like that, they always bark and growl at them.

    • Gambit always did, too. That campus walk was the first where he didn’t growl at any, and he only growled at two the time before. I think I’ve made him check out enough statues now that he’s realized that none of them are going to hurt him.

  3. hayleylyons says:

    I LOVE your blog:

    1) because I graduated from Clemson a year ago and
    2) because I’m on the market to adopt a dog!

    Following! 🙂 -H (iamlyons.com)

    • Crossroads has several adoptable puppies right now and a couple adults. If you are still in the area, check them out. I think most are currently in foster homes. Thanks for considering adoption!

  4. Roberta says:

    Thanks for the idea, Gambit. I could set with a dog on our library’s bench with a statue of two children reading real books. Good boy!

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