Princess in Her Castle

Princess Perils

June 19th 2014 6:22 pm
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Greetings Minions! *puppy kisses, sniffs and wags*

This is a sad week for the Princess! First Slave Minion has not been feeling well and I tend to worry about her when she is not at 100%. I never dweamed I could luvs a hooman as much as I luvs her! I am sad when she is not home with me and I am filled with utter joy when she walks in the castle! I hear her car before any one else and start to get excited and let every one know that Slave Minion is on her way!

What also makes me sad is that this week when Slave Minion has to go somewhere she will not take me in the car. I miss our car rides! She says it is because she loves me so much she doesn't want anything to happen to me. I guess it has been really hot here lately and she says there is not enough water to keep me cool enough in a hot car. I guess that really does prove she loves the Princess even though it might break my heart she cares enough to not let anything happen to this Princess!

I have grown enough that I can now jump up onto the Slave Minions bed and the couches! My favorite "trick" is to take a running jump and leap into the Slave Minions arms for puppy luvs! It makes Slave Minion squeal with delight and I do so luvs to see her happy. I also jump up into the car to greet Slave Minion after work! I smother her with puppy kisses to let her know how wooferly pantastic she is!

Alas my Minions, Slave Minion must prepare for work so I must spend a little time with her. Until next time my Minions...Princess sniffs and puppy kisses!

 
 

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Barked by: Tessa (Dogster Member)

June 24th 2014 at 7:47 am

Oooooo, Your Majesty, you are so clever! Jumping up into the arms is one of the most prized accomplishments ever invented by us dogs!


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