Comfort Interrupted By The Puparazzi

Frankie Suave was quietly curled up in the corner of Hu-Dad’s study when he suddenly found his comfort interrupted by the puparazzi.

Frankie Suave snoring away

Frankie Suave snoring away

The blanket in the corner of the study is coveted. Much of the day, Cheoah has it claimed, but if she heads to the den for her couch, Frankie Suave claims it. He had fluffed it appropriately (for his taste), curled up, and was fast asleep. And then . . . CLICK.

Is that the camera?

Is that the camera?

Yes, Hu-Dad broke out his camera to capture some images of Frankie for our daily blog. But Frankie gets his nickname for his even-keeled attitude where he lets very little bother him. (Well, except thunder, jets, and other loud noises).

Let me know when you are done so I can go back to sleep.

Let me know when you are done so I can go back to sleep.



  1. Juno's mom on November 21, 2017 at 11:35 am

    He takes it all in stride, pro that he is.

  2. Lori on November 21, 2017 at 8:56 am

    Aww Frankie you’re just precious!

  3. Mom 'n Ebby on November 21, 2017 at 4:10 am

    Mom sez: Awww, poor Frankie! (Still my favourite Herd member). Can’t a guy get any peace around here?

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