No, they are not our names – just how Mummy feels when she has us all to herself! 🙂
There are more and more of us cockapoos near the street where we live. And our home has become the cockapoo “sanctuary” – that makes Mummy rather pleased with herself. 🙂
P.s. This fantasy will have to do for the moment.
Our “sanctuary” consists of me and dinky non-cockapoo Georgie – of Yorkshire Terrier decent and some itsy bitsy poo plus plus whatever. Then everyone else who comes to play/stay.
There seems to be a lot of apricot cockapoos around here.
Charlie is quite a regular now. He lives on the next road over from us. When his daddy goes to work he gets to stay with Praewa (George’s godmother) and they play together. When she can’t take him, we’re the back-up plan.
And this is Sammy who lives in our mansion block. Yesterday was Sammy’s first time with us. And he too took my teddy! Why do they all like my teddy?
He was crying a little when his mummy left, and he kept looking out the window for her.so he got lots of hugs from our Mummy.But he soon settled and decided to read Dogs Today. Georgie tried to get him to play but like me, he’s older and not into the antics of George. Little Jaffa who lives just down the road from us wasn’t in the group photo. She had her little girl op and had to stay home. But she came to play with us twice last week. She’s a smallish cockapoo and just the right size for George.These are just some of the cockapoos in our neighbourhood – the ones who come to play sometimes.
There are a few more that we run otto all the time – there’s Rocko and Freddy and at least three others plus Ziggy the Labradoodle.