Tuesday, 4 December 2012

It's just not fair

So neighbour Bunty came round for a morning visit ...

... and stole my breakfast ...

... and yet it was ME who ended up in the Sin Bin.

What do you mean Gail, that I am not telling the whole story?


  1. Oh Bertie,
    You always get me laughing! I just love your spirit. I take it that Bunty wasn't that friendly about sharing 'your' food (?), lol!
    BTW, please tell that mum of yours that I SOOOO appreciate her friendship.
    Sending lotsaluv to you...and keep up the vocabulary lessons. :)

  2. If only you had eaten ALL your breakfast when you were meant to there might not have been more to tell!

    Riley (who never leaves any food in his bowl in case Enzo steals it)

  3. This sounds a familiar story Bertie my friend. I'm afraid in our house if you don't finish food you forfeit it to other hungrier pups.... Tears before tea :-(

  4. Did you have a go at him? Peeps take a dim view of that....when it's a visitor.

    We don't think you should have been Red carded straightaway!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  5. Oh no Bertie not the sin bin. We know you are innocent. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. How nice of Bunty to stop in, probably just to get you in trouble.

    Hope you've smoothed things over with Gail by now.

    Lily Belle

  7. Terrible.....

    Lilly, Piper, Ivy and The Sweet Buglets

  8. Do you believe it! We know all the facts are in!
    Benny & Lily

  9. OMD OMD.... I have never heard TIME OUT called the SIN BIN before... THAT cracks me up..

    BUT it is SO WRONG fur YOU to have been put there. Was there a TRIAL with WITNESSES and a Judge and stuffs???? WHERE was your Barrister?

  10. Bertie...the sin bin...that is just too funny!!

    Okay all kidding aside if I had to guess your transgression was biting Bunty after he ate your breakfast right or if not biting growling with teeth involved and a good dose of stinky eye.

    Not to worry Bertie I know a good lawyer, Mr. Pip, who actually recently helped me negotiate
    a new contract.
    hugs Madi your BFFF

  11. PS that is what I would have done...cause Mom counts every morsel of food she gives me and I would have been royally k.o'd (kitty offed)
    if one morsel was stolen from me.

  12. You have a sin bin? We thank that's cruel and unusual punishment!!

    Bart and Ruby

  13. Bertie, do you need Officer Bites to come over and gather all the details, to see if you were wrongly accused!

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

  14. Oh Bertie we are sure you are innocent. What a rude guest to take your foodables.

    urban hounds

  15. I'm 100 per cent SURE you could not have done anythingy that could justify your sin bin time!! Bet that neighbour set you up!!

    Call Pip.

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie xxx

    PeeS: Regarding my Christmas photo on the blog. I truly dislike the whole "wearing costumes" thingy. However, I am bribed heavily with my FAVOURITE TREAT (liver treats) during these gruelling times.... and I must admit.... I will do ANYTHINGY for ma providing there is a prospect of getting some liver treats!! So I may look a little weird and unhappy - but if you look closely - you will see the sparkle in my eyes!!!

  16. The Sin Bin! Tell me the whole story!

    My mom says your house looks Swiss Clean! :)

  17. It is only polite to offer a visitor something to eat or drink when they come calling. What did you do try and take it back?
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

  18. Stole your breakfast ? Bertie - Whatever you did is excusable.

  19. This seems like a gross injustice.


  20. Hmmmm, so let me get this straight....Bunty ate YOUR breakfast and you ended up in the sin bin?
    You need a good lawyer.


  21. That Gail is something else tricking you
    Benny & Lily

  22. Rookie mistake, young Bertie. Always gobble all your food down before you leave the bowl. Guess being an only dog has dulled your survival skills in this area. We can only hope that justice was applied equally to the Bunty Burglar who violated the hospitality of your home. Perhaps you own him/her a home visit; turn about is fair play and all.