Little Prince Expert Feety-Feet Placement

The Little Prince demonstrates some expert feety-feet placement while napping – and some irritation that the Hu-Dad focuses on such things.

The Little Prince napping.

The Little Prince napping.

Feety-feet placement while napping is a critical consideration. As these photographs show, Typhoon has achieved an expert positioning by having the right foreleg draped across the rear feet while the left foreleg is tucked underneath. This pretzel position is an expert level approach that requires significant training and practice.

Close-upview of expert feety-feet placement

Close-upview of expert feety-feet placement

While you would think such a moment would bring great honor, Typhoon could exhibit frustration with the Hu-Dad for photographing during napping.

I am napping here and the camera clicks are annoying.

I am napping here and the camera clicks are annoying.

2 Comments

  1. Zoe on March 20, 2018 at 11:28 am

    He should be in the Feety-feet olympics

  2. Lori on March 20, 2018 at 6:58 am

    Your feety-feet placement, Typhoon, is trophy worthy!! I give you a “10”!!!

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