Boom Boom Disturbance For Cheesewhiz

Cheesewhiz was enjoying a quiet afternoon in her personal basement when a Boom Boom Disturbance interrupted her tranquility.

Cheesewhiz enjoying a quiet time in the basement.

Cheesewhiz enjoying a quiet time in the basement.

Just as nature abhors a vacuum, Siberian Huskies abhor quiet. Boom Boom saw his beloved sister and decided she needed his company.

I found you, Cheesewhiz! You were lost!

I found you, Cheesewhiz! You were lost!

A happy Boom Boom is, well, a happy Boom Boom. His sister, however, might not be totally in agreement with how much she wanted his company. Sometimes, a photograph really is worth a thousand words, so we will just let this one speak for itself.

I'm so excited you found me.

I’m so excited you found me.

3 Comments

  1. HokiePack on June 20, 2018 at 8:13 am

    The go away leave me alone death stare!!
    Which Boom ignores!! ????????

  2. Lori on June 20, 2018 at 6:56 am

    Such an annoying little brother ????????

  3. Jean B Burkhardt on June 20, 2018 at 6:13 am

    Sometimes a girl just wants to be “alone”-lol Isn’t that right Cheezewhiz? Boom Boom-take note!!

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