Monday, April 8, 2013

Massacre Monday



Remember our burping sheep?
Hmmmmm...three dogs, doesn't look good.
 This is what it looked like this morning.
 Scene of the crime.


 Here is the EX-burping mechanism.
Somedoggy made a big mess, Daisy.
 When SHE looked over the back fence, our friend Jedda's monkey had been murdered as well.

 Somedoggy had been busy in BOTH gardens.
We know Jedda wouldn't have done it. 
 Is this the face of a murderer?

34 comments:

  1. I'm surprised they lasted so long.

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  2. OMD OMD...... Aiiiiiieeeeee that is a hideous scene.
    Calling SARGE Immediately... he will need to inSniffigate this murder scene. WE think it was Bilby Bandit. Just sayin.
    LOVE YOU Roxy...
    HUGS and KISSES and CUDDLES to you!!!!
    ERNIE (agent0087E)

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  3. The carnage!!! Stuffy guts everywhere, how can you stand to look at it?? I can't believe any of you were responsible. It was probably a rogue squirrel just trying to get you in trouble.

    Loveys Sasha

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  4. Oh dear! Somedoggy has turned rabid and is attacking all the stuffies in the neighborhood!

    Although, I bet your human is secretly glad that the sheep no longer burps. ;)

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  5. I'm shocked it lasted!
    Nola

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  6. Uh oh. The last burp has been taken. Where's the crime scene tape???

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  7. Why are we not surprised??? That Somedoggy seems to be ubiquitous:)

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  8. What's that term when they cut the wool off the sheep - sheering sheep or something like that.

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  9. How fun that you and your neighbor can share in the stuffy carnage.

    Millie

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  10. Definitely the scene of murder, but it sure looks like they had fun!! I say you have HER post these pics at the front gate with a sign that says this is what we do to bad guys! Ha!! I'm such a clever human aren't I?
    Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy

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  11. Well sheep burping was never a good thing...think of all that gas it was releasing!

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  12. Hummmmm, a murder in the yard, maybe I need to send down Bites, Hey!

    The Mad Scots

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  13. Did that bad doggy from next door sneak in again!
    Benny & Lily

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  14. O.M.D.!!! Just SHOCKIN'. What could have happened??? Two murders, in two yardies....gotta be TREE RATS!! (oh, do you HAVE tree rats down under?? I never thoughts to ask! BOL) well, blame it on 'Somedoggy'!! Those faces are just tooooo innocent lookin' to have left such a scene.
    Just sayin'.
    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  15. Holy smoke...it's a massacre! And to think, all those South Africans "fleeing" to Australia 'cos of it being so much safer *BOL* bet they are all feeling really stoooopid now! *BOL*

    Wally & Sammy

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  16. Yikes! Better hide the evidence before the authorities come to look at the scene of the crime!

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  17. Poor Roxy. Farewell burping sheep . It was good whil it lasted.

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  18. Oh NO!! 2 murders?? WOW!!
    Are you sure that Addi wasnt at your place?? bol

    wags
    Jazzi and Addi

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  19. Oh no, monkeys have been destuffed!
    Does that mean no more pawbags for a while???

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  20. That is what our yard looks like most of the time... Has Floyd been visiting you?

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  21. Well really, the burping sheep had it coming...
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  22. CSI wow what an episode. The sheep had it coming for burping we say. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  23. That poor burping sheep. At least he lasted for a little while!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  24. That poor sheep..Bawahhaaaawaa looks like all my animals:) xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  25. Oh, oh... unfortunately, with a puppy in the house now, we tend to have at least one murder a day!

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  26. That's a lot of carnage for two yards. I must say that I am proud of Daisy for extracting the burping mechanism. That's pretty precise work.

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  27. OOooo I just saw your post about the Pawbags..... now I have to find mum's credit card!!

    That is NOT a face of a murderer!!!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie xxx

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  28. Funny thing, our back yard looked a lot like that this morning. It seems that Somedoggy must have stopped here overnight and murdered a little teddy that Bailey left outside. That Somedoggy sure gets around.
    Morgan, Sebastian, the Porties, Syd and Mac

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  29. No! Not the burping sheep!!! That somedoggy is a horrible somedoggy. He's been at mine as well, eating carpet, chewing toys and eating cat food! Someone must stop him!
    Pippa :)

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  30. Our living room looked like this the other day Grrr

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  31. We're sure gonna miss hearing stores of the burping sheep. We kind of thought he was cute.

    I don't know what's going on over there, but we think you got a big problem lurking around your yards.

    Hugs,
    Lily Belle & Muffin

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  32. Maybe you should call Crime Busters? A murderer on the loose? Stay safe friends, which toy could be next???

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  33. It's the only thing any self-respecting four legged one would do to a stuffie. My personal belief is that they are there to be a) destroyed and b) the burping/squeaky/whatever noisy thing that is stuffed inside these stuffies must be hunted down and removed. Well done to you (whoops, Some Doggy).

    Woof

    Groucho

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  34. Uh oh. We had something similar happen to a really big stuffie in our yard. The birds were able to gather some of the fluffy stuff to make their nests.

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