Patches has already attempted an eye-ectomy on the penguin, but Mom keeps yelling at her to quit it. We have heard a nasty rumor that Pokey the gigantic lion is on his way to the basement so Mom can de-stuff him. She said something about being tired of picking up tiny styrofoam balls from the living room floor. He's FULL of those tiny things, so Mom is going to cut him open and put all of them into a big plastic bag so she can use them for packing the stuff she sells on Ebay. Poor Pokey! Mom says he's lived a long and useful life and it's time to recycle him. Besides, he's COVERED with my slobber and he doesn't fit in the washing machine.
I have tried really hard to remove one of the froggie's eyes, but so far, no luck. I will keep trying, though, when no hooman is looking!
We also got some smaller toys that we unwrapped all by ourselves. Once we had ours open, we helped Dad with some of his. It was sooooo much fun! We tried to open our own treats too, but Dad had to help us so we didn't eat them all at one time. Now, THAT would have been a great Christmas if we had 'sploded the treats all over the living room floor! Miam, Miam (as Faya would say)!
Now, I'm going to do this until our Christmas dinner is ready. Okay, I might play with the stuffies some more too! I already took one outside, this morning and Mom had to go out and rescue it. Of course, it was the one and only WHITE stuffie we got! He was kind of reddish color when Mom brought him in, so he's in the washing machine right now!
We would like to thank each and every one of you for the great cards you sent us! We have 105 and our peeple still only have 10. Heeheehee!
Merry Christmas, everydoggie, kitty, hamsterrier, bear and hooman!
Poppy, Penny & Patches