Saturday, June 16, 2012

 Jedda lives behind us on the other side of the fence.  She's a tiny girl--just a puppy-- and we love running up and down the fence line with her.  
 We feel a bit sorry for her because her young parents are at work all day and she's alone in the back yard. 
She's a good puppy and just plays with her toys or sleeps.
A couple of weeks ago, she started barking and just kept it up.
SHE went to investigate and noticed that a jacket had fallen off the clothes line and it upset Jedda.  
Then the other day, Jedda started barking again.
SHE went to see what was wrong and talk to her.
 At first it was hard to see what was upsetting the pup.  But then SHE noticed that there was....

a big orange something emerging from a cocoon.
 Jedda barked at it all afternoon.
(Note: though we can see what upsets Jedda, we can't get in her yard to help her.)


  1. Maybe Jedda needs to spend some of her days with you girls!

    -Bart and Ruby

  2. I always feel badly for dogs that have to spend time in their yard by themselves, but I know her parents are doing what they think is best ...

  3. pour little thing...maybe you Mom can get to know her parents...

  4. At least she knows you are on the other side of the fence. It is a cute sweater she is wearin.
    Sweet William The Scot

  5. Poor Jedda, do they ever let her inside?

  6. She's a cutie!
    Do you know what the orange thing is?

  7. Jedda needs a friend. A puppy needs guidance. What am I talking about? I need guidance and I'll be 10 next month.

  8. Aw, poor girl! At least she has you guys on the other side. Maybe your mom can convince her humans to let her come over to play with you guys once a week :)
    Love, Joules & Prescott

  9. I think you should speak to the neighbours and cut a hole in the fence so that Jedda can play with you guys while she is waiting for her peeps to come home. I would not allow my peeps to leave me all allowed!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie xxx

  10. A big orange something ? From a cocoon ? Awesome .

  11. What a cutie she is. Too bad you can't get into her yard to play with her!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

  12. Awwww, poor baby! I guess it's nice that she has a safe place to play and explore all day, and at least she has you to keep her company through the fence. Maybe you can install a little secret door and steal her for a few hours of play...

  13. scotsmad....
    Poor Jedda. It is hard to just stand there and watch certain people be seemingly negligent toward their dog(s). I think that was the way my Rose's former owners were. They did not give her enough love and attention!! I have witnessed this pattern countless times. Owners adopt dogs, then get busy, practically abandoning their pets!! Some people just simply should not have beautiful four-legged creatures!! :-(
    Okay. Rant over. ;op
    Love, Raelyn.... And Rose, my BEAUTIFULLY UNIQUE "Mystery Dog"!!

  14. I feel sorry for Jedda :(
    She should have some indoor time, social time and time to eat!
    I don't understand this at all...

  15. Oh dear, we do think that Jedda needs more attention. Could someone have a quiet word with her owners? Perhaps she could come to visit you sometimes during the day?
    Toodle pip!

  16. Howdy Girls, Jedda seems like a sweet little girl. If she is sleeping and playing happily she will hopefully be ok. I'm sure they give her plenty of play time when they finish work. We are lucky cause mum works from home but when she does we have to stay outside too. Can you have a play date some time? No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

  17. Awwwe! Too bad you guys couldn't play with her for a while!