Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Pug Grumble in the Wild

Sometimes I wonder whether my pugs have any wild survival instincts. I did a post a while ago about the hilarity of the idea of pugs descended from wolves (Pugs - Descended From Wolves?). Recently I was watching tv and there was a tiger on the screen. Rosy started growling and then tried attacking the tv. I really hope that if we ever come across a huge, deadly animal Rosy will not try to initiate an attack against it! So here's a drawing of a grumble of pugs in the wild, doing what they do best, lounging in the sun.


  1. More like attacking a blueberry patch or strawberry fields! I had to fence off my garden to keep Petunia and Tallulah away from the tomatoes and green beans.

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