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Wordless Wednesday - Not a Creature Was Stirring

Boon's favorite new nap spot.  



  1. aweeeee. So sweet. You are the best present under the tree.

  2. Wow Boone, you've got the best spot in the house! You look so comfy cozy.

  3. That's awesome. The tree is still standing??

  4. Boon, you look so peaceful and sweet!!!
    Play bows,

  5. Boon Buddy, how is it that you stayed so white. My Vickie was hoping I would stay white like you but I went carmely all over.

    But she still loves me.

    You look good under the tree Bud.


  6. Can we join you, Boon?

    Mom wants to leave your blog open all day to hear the beautiful music - really helps get us in the spirit.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  7. So sweet! Is Boon waiting for Santa? ;-)

  8. The stuff that dreams are made of! May all your CHristmas Dreams come true!

  9. What a sweet picture, waiting for Santa!! :-)

  10. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, what a cute pix! Shhhhhh, important nap in progress.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

  11. Hi Y'all,

    Aren't you afraid of knocking the tree over?

    Y'all come back now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  12. Now that is adorable and so is your header photo - what a great family

  13. Are you guarding your tree? Cute!
    Benny & Lily

  14. You're doing a fangtastic job guarding dat tree!

  15. Great picture.
    Happy Wednesday Everybody!

    Your Buddy,

  16. What a great napping spot

    Stop on by for a visit

  17. Too cute! My kitty has claimed the spot under the tree at our house.

  18. Woof! Woof! Oh How Golden CUTE!!! Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  19. that is beyond precious! Waiting for Santa!!

  20. Hi Boon, Looks like the perfect place to nap-that way should your humans leave treats or presents for you, you'll know right away.
    Hugs today.
    Noreen & Reggie-dog

  21. That looks like a Christmas Card photo! Too cute.

    Wags N Kisses,

  22. What could be a more wonderful comfy spot than under the Christmas tree! So cute!

  23. adorable photo!! I found your flog via Mountain Musings. Love all the fur babies!


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