When The Bounce Is On The Other Paw

Nothing is quite as much fun for the Hu-Dad as when one of us complains about something when the bounce is on the other paw. What do we mean?

Can you stop my brother from bouncing so much?
Can you stop my brother from bouncing so much?

Typhoon has long been known as the ultimate pest around Chez Herd. With his delinquent ways and utter refusal to avoid the criminal life, you would think that no one else’s behavior bugs him. But he came to Hu-Dad yesterday and asked that a word be had with his younger brother about behaving just a wee bit bitter.

And you thought it was the other younger brother?
And you thought it was the other younger brother?

Mr. Landon has taken to stretching out on the floor as close as possible to the Little Prince and softly wooing at him over and over and over. That bushy tail just wags back and forth in anticipation as he picks and picks and picks, hoping to get a rise out of his brother. And that led to Typhoon’s approach of the Hu-Dad asking for a little assistance. When Hu-Dad pointed out how often Typhoon had been the cause of trouble around the house, the Little Prince was not happy.

What does it take to make everyone realize I should be the king and not the Little Prince?
What does it take to make everyone realize I should be the king and not the Little Prince?

3 thoughts on “When The Bounce Is On The Other Paw”

  1. It’s TOO funny the boys tend to TRY and out do one another for the PLACE on the “Totem Pole” so to speak! Sorry Typhoon-we have to give Landon the heads up today-you are all handsome boys though!

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