Sunday, November 29, 2009

Our Thanksgiving Feast

Friday after grandma got home we went up to Doggy Nanny's house to give her the groceries grandma got her and to see how the feast was coming along.

Look at all the foodables!

Begging for a bite.

Then it happened....I got buttered! Doggy Nanny buttered my little head.

We went home to get our Thanksgiving collars and charms.

When we returned we sat patiently for some Thanksgiving nummys!

Oh is that turkey in our bowls?

Why yes it is turkey in bowls...Nothing better than kibble with turkey!

Here is what the humans are feasting on.

The famous chocolate pie. "They" say its wonderful but we wouldn't know "they" won't give us any.

Bobo is watching grandma eating...*SHHHH* I am trying to go unnoticed.

After the foodables the hoomans played progressive rummy. I watched very carefully so make sure all rules were followed.

Jackson even played a few rounds.

When the clock turned 9pm we turned in. It was way past our bed time.

Saturday we woke up and took out all the Christmas decorations we will post about that later after we do our official photo shoot.

Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo & Bobo


  1. What a great party! Foodables and an exciting card game into the wee hours. No wonder you are exhausted.

    I can help you with that butter on your head if you like.


  2. It looks like a great time and sounds like our Thanksgiving - we ate and played Rummy.

    We're looking forward to your Christmas decorations.

    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java

  3. What a great time! I agree, Turkey and Kibbles is a wonderful combination. Hope Jackson had a good hand, and you are very good at trying to hide at the table. I, on the other hand, am more like Bobo - right out there! Love your Thanksgiving tags and a buttered head is good for the coat.

  4. Mitch would have loved to have gotten buttered! He loves to eat butter! ewwwwwwwwwww
    That chocolate cream pie looks awesome! We've never had any of that either! Bummer!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  5. Sure you had a pawesome Thanksgiving Day!
    That food looks delicious and you got turkey!!
    Kisses and hugs

  6. It looks like you three doggies had a pawesome holiday. Glad to see you got some turkey with your kibble.

    Congrats on the award and thanks for passing it on to us.


  7. I think someone needs to invent a chocolate safe pie for dogs - don't you think?
    But on the other hand- you got turkey so that was a winner!
    Looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  8. What a wonderful feast!! We had our feast today and I did not get ANY turkey...what's up with that??!!


  9. I've been floured before but never buttered! BOL! Maybe we should get together and make like a cake pan so we can bake some brownies! ;o)

  10. Human Foodables are the best. We loved your collars & charms. Too cute.
    Can't wait to see the Christmas decorations.
    Love Ruby & Penny

  11. You guys had a great time too. So glad. I'm dreaming of the pie...One time, a human friend was visiting and she left Reeses Peanut Butter Cups on the couch. I tasted chocolate. Of course, right after I did, Mama found out and started yelling at her friend, and it was all my fault. I don't believe I'll be tasting chocolate again, in this lifetime at least. (My mom and her friend are still in talking terms, even though the friend next sent us an Azalea plant that almost killed the cats).

  12. Looks like you had a wonderful thanksgiving, the food looked GREAT, especially that pie!

  13. Nummy foodables!! You guys were so patient waiting for your food, if my Brother was there, he's be bouncing up and down trying to steal some, BOL!!

    Chi kisses, Lilibell

  14. That looks like a fantabroolous feast! We ate well, too, but yours is making me drool!


  15. What an awesome holiday you pups had! It is nice to meet you, I don't think we have visited you before! We are really thankful for our blogging friends too. We have learned a lot and love reading about other pups!
    Moose + Dana


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