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What happens when His Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey issues a royal request to his trusted followers? The response is yes, of course.
Our Little Prince earned his nickname because of his “touch-me-not,” stand-offish ways. No one was allowed to touch, play with, or smile at His Highness. So when Roscoe came into the picture, we loved the immediate friendship.
The only problem the Little Prince has is the “little” part. His little brother is bigger and it shows during games.
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I am so happy the little prince has a play buddy.
I can’t tell you how much I love their relationship!!!!
Roscoe’s the only one Typhoon seems to touching. High praise indeed. 😉
It is so nice to see Typhoon with a friend for playtime. They look so cute together.
I absolutely LOVE the friendship between Roscoe and the Little Prince Typhoon Phooey! I think it brought out the playfulness of Typhoon. Good job Hu-Dad with adopting Roscoe.