Monday, March 6, 2023

Monday Question

 Is there something your parents bought for you that they wish they hadn't


Ruby's Answer

My parents once bought me an expensive bone that I ignored.
Now they spend at most five dollars on me.
My parents once bought my siblings a toy that made an obnoxious should when shaken.
They hated that thing. 


12 comments:

  1. We regret buying expensive dog beds, because Benji chews them to shreds...

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  2. dog shampoo... that is the material for water torture

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  3. Pet beds--never used. Plus one or two squeaky cat mice. Agghhh! Not so fun for this human at nighttime. Plus most cat foods. LOL. So. Much. Wasted. Money. :-D

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  4. Gail bought me a birthday rosette, which I wore for 30 seconds while she took a photo, and then shredded...
    Toodle-oo!
    Nobby.

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  5. I agree with Kea pet beds were a waste of money for Madi. She had 2 queen beds, a double bed and several chairs and couches
    Hugs Cecilia

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  6. Water fountains; none of the cats have ever used them!

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  7. Any toy that doesn't dispense food is a waste of my time.

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  8. We bought our Angel Little Bit a very expensive bed that she hated. She was on it once and just for a bit and never again. She was worth it though.

    Have a woof woof day and week, Miss Ruby Rose. My best to your mom. ♥

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  9. We love all our toys. But today mommy bought us some chewie sticks that she thought would keep us busy all day. We devoured them in 30 minutes!

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  10. We did buy Brian that big bed that he doesn't use!

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  11. Our Mom bought Cinnamon a squeeky pig. She runs and hides when she sees or hears it! I Marv refuse to accept the "New" Ratty Mom bought me. It is exactly the same as my old Ratty was when he was new. Keep being awesome! Purrs Marvelous Marv

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  12. If you look at our post this week, you will see that our mom gives us anything we desire!

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