Saturday, June 21, 2014

I really should buy stock in . . . .

Leash companies as the Leelee the leash killer has struck again, not once but twice, in one day!

We will tell you all what happened on Monday to make the leash killer strike!  But for fun, let's see if you can guess!

Have a wonderful Saturday!


  1. Methinks someotherdoggy had a good chomp on those. LOL surely it was someotherdoggy. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. If it were wood we'd say termites but we suspect the pups blame the sleeping cats! MOL MOL
    Madi your bffff

  3. OMD...... all we can think of is that song that goes....
    ♫ Ba Ba Ba... ANOTHER one BITES the DUST ♫

    WE suspect it was a Squirrel attack. They do NOT respect Pawperty at all. So destructive.. and Evil. YES, Squirrels fur sure.

  4. Maybe someone wanted to be free to chase a bunny across the yard?

  5. hmmm maybe you need to check these guys out Since Lupine's first colorful dog collar in 1990, founders Scott, Valerie and Dave have insisted on building the highest quality collars, leashes and harnesses for dogs and cats. Every item is covered by our Even If Chewed" Lifetime Guarantee. Made in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA, our pet products draw inspiration from the durable components found in climbing and hiking gear, ensuring that you and your pet can count on Lupine collars time and time again.

  6. Oh that looks like the studio of a fourlegged "leash-designer"... we only use leather leashes, the taste is totally awful from the saddle soap so I decided to search for better snacks :O)

  7. Wow, that leash killer knows no bounds!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  8. I agree with Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs, Lupine leashes are great. We currently don't have any because I felt bad about getting so many free replacements. :)
    We have to keep all leashes and collars in the mudroom, otherwise Duke destroys and eats them.

  9. Wow, maybe those leashes are tasty! I never really tried tasting them before, but from the look of these, maybe they are good to munch on. BOL Either way, it's a good way to be sure some new ones are purchased. Gotta keep up with the latest fashion.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Furiend

  10. Hmmmmmmmm, is she trying to get you to let her run free?

    We have several knotted leashes.

    XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui

  11. Leashes are like shoes and purses, the more the better. Have a great weekend.
    Noreen & Hunter

  12. Looks like someone likes to chew on her leash.

  13. Oh my. For us, the leash killers are the coyotes. If you drop one outside, they chew it to bits. I hope your leash killer is more benign...

  14. We do love a mystery! We'll be back to find out!

    Hope you all are enjoying the weekend!

  15. Hmmm they were left on the back of the door in the room she was shut up in and she got bored so she started chewing on them. Well that's what I would have done.

    Aroo to you,

  16. Now now, let's not assume it was the dogs! Maybe the lady got hungry and wanted a taste of leash? No? Yea probably not! BOLOLOL!!!!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  17. Yep, that's most definitely deaded!!


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