Pillow Fluffing

Yesterday, we posted about poor Qannik’s plight that no one had fluffed his pillows in an entire hour. We did want to mention that those pillows are regularly fluffed by the all-time pillow fluffing expert . . . Frankie.

forte

Frankie demonstrates the four paw stomping technique that is his forte.

use your head

When necessary, you can also use your head to add extra fluffing expertise.

enough

This is an endurance sport and Frankie will keep fluffing until things are perfect – or Hu-dad says, “Enough.” Whichever comes first. Usually Hu-dad.

Big Brother

My Big Brother is the master!

2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on December 4, 2014 at 10:01 am

    Juno sleeps under the bed with her stuffed toys lined up against the wall. Her den.

  2. Mom 'n Ice on December 4, 2014 at 4:43 am

    Ice sez: At our house, I’m the expert “pillow fluffer”, only most of my “fluffing” is the bed my hu-Dad fixed up for me in the back of our van, but also, in my dog house out on the back deck. In summer, I have a bed in there that they just can’t seem to arrange to my satisfaction, and in the winter, they put nice, clean straw in there for me, but THAT has to constantly be re-arranged as well.

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