07 December 2010

DrrrrrrumRolllllll Plllllease!


The grand count of replies through midnight yesterday is.......................

131! :)

That is less than we had hoped for, so later today we will use PayPal to make our donations to Fox Terrier Rescue (100) PetFinder (100) and a charitable effort to be un-named.

Because we will make the donation in honor of whoever guesses right first.




Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...


I would have guessed left furst ;-)

Maybe woo should aukhtion Teka fur the HOWLidays!?!

PeeEssWoo: My word is HOSES

Anonymous said...

Yay! That's most wonderful and generous of you all, Gussie! What a most pawfect way to celebrate your gotcha day.

And, um, what are we supposed to be guessing? Hmmmm...I guess I'll guess...ELEPHANT!

Wiggles & Wags,

Remington said...

That is so kind of you!

Asta said...

That is the most wondewfullest way to celebwate the wondew of you and the joy youw Muzzew and dad have had in you adopting them..oh my dogness, I can't even begin to guess..so many sweet doggies need ouw help. ummm, maybe Khywa's twanspawt?
smoochie kisses
pee ess..I suwe wish Muzzew and you could have come to visit us too (Teka could have taken cawe of youw Dad at home)

Scruffy, Lacie and Stanley's Place said...

You're gonna auction Teka???

We'll bid 2343 green papers...

And what are we guessing...?

We guess um...

Elves...that's the word...



Lacy said...

w00fs, me thought me left a message here...guess mama is gettin old..i thinks thats so nice u helping doggys fur your gotcha day..

b safe,

Molly,Taffy and Monty said...

Gus you have done brilliantly to help less fortunate dogs. Well done to you and your Muzzer.

Molly, Taffy and Monty

Maggie and Mitch said...

You are such a kind and loving and sweet and handsome boy, Gussie! You're the best!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

The Animal Doctor said...

Hello Gussie, Asta told us about your good deeds. We just want to congratulate you for a job well done and thanks for being an inspiration to us :)

lovelots, Scarlet of the Animal
Doctor's blog