The Perfect Hiding Spot – Part II

Remember the other day when we posted about Frankie’s perfect hiding spot?  Well, now we bring you the sequel – The Perfect Hiding Spot – Part II.

Perfect Hiding Spot - Part II

Look who has joined Frankie under the picnic table.

Who hiding from?

Who could they possibly be hiding from?

4 Comments

  1. Piappies World on June 30, 2013 at 9:22 am

    That’s a good spot to hide especially when there are some food treats from the hoomans! Seems like Frankie and Cheoah are so comfortable there at they are ready to nap.

    Typhoon, could they be playing hide and seek with you?! Go find them. Hurry!

    Love,
    Piappies Fudgie, Princess, Frappie, Mocha, Sugar, Wai-Max, Wai-Pai & Forgie

  2. RumpyDog! on June 30, 2013 at 9:08 am

    Kids! *sigh*

  3. Ice 'n Ayla on June 30, 2013 at 5:41 am

    Ayla sez: Awooooo, that bunker under the picnic table is getting bigger all the time. Just the way Ty is standing there, the look on his face doesn’t bode well for Frankie and Cheoah if he finds them. What happens when the whole rest of the Herd (except for Typhoon) decides to take refuge under the table as well?

  4. Rottrover on June 30, 2013 at 1:56 am

    Typhoon! That happens to me, too!!

    Otto

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