Sunday, October 28, 2007


Happy Randay Everypuppy! Just so you know, my first ever refugees at the R.R.C. (see post below) were able to go back home today. They were very delightful guests and I was quite pleased with how my own emergency plan for FEMA (Free Entertainment for Massive Animals) played out...I just barked orders, but my peoples were very busy as meals were delivered in a timely & orderly fashion (if you consider a feeding frenzy orderly), belly rubs were abundant, tennis balls flew & bounced everywhere, naps were taken whenever & wherever and lots of love was freely given. The R.R.C. is closed for now, but I may just put my FEMA plan into action on a daily basis whenever I want to see my peoples get off their butts & entertain me...

Here the refugees are waiting very patiently for me to explain to them the activities of the day...They were very respectful of my toys and my terroritory and once the line of respect was established, I then was able to share my peoples with them & then the belly rubs never ended!
Here I am barking orders...I'm very good at doing my mom has mentioned a couple of times (ok...too numerous to even begin to count) I can be a bit bossy...but hey...someone has to do crowd control!
I even scheduled time to give a lesson on roaching....flip over on your back... squirm & squirm & squirm while growling & making lots of funny noises...
Here I am completing the roaching session with my best scary-face for Halloween....I don't think I need a constume with this scary mug, do I?
On this RANDAY, I am thankful for all the firefighters from San Diego & far away who risked their own lives to save the lives of those in danger. My thoughts are with all those people who lost loved ones, precious animals and their homes.
Love & Licks,


Spencer said...

Happy Randay Randi! I'm so glad you are roaching again! You have very good form, BOL!

Lorenza said...

Hi, Randi
Looks like you had a happy Randay!
I tell you again that you and your family are very nice making your home a home for those who needed.
Glad they were able to go home now.
Did they learnt correctly your roaching technique? Sure you know how to do it!
Have a good night

Stanley said...

Happy Happy Randay, girlie!

Love your roach. You're a natural. And, your barking orders stance looks frighteningly like my new sissy Stella's.

Goober love,

ROSSI said...

Oh.. am glad to hear that those doggies get to go back home.. and u too..nice seeing u roaching happily...


Katherine and Pippa, said...

Randi you are a very good organiser and boss - and a bit of a show-off. I can see why you were CEO of the RRC. You're a natural at it.

Hope you don't get bored now they have all gone.


Anonymous said...

I'm glad things have calmed down enough for the refugees to return to their homes. You looked like such a great host!


Harry said...

Once again, congratulations on your sterling work Ranid, what a girl you are, bravo!

Toodle pip,
Harry x

4xBs said...

Hi Randi, you were such an excellent hostess to your refugees. we are glad they got to go back to their own homes though. it looks like they were very well behaved and you did good lessons on roaching. we're gonna go practice that right now.

Marvin - Braveheart Hound said...

Belated Happy Randay! I am so glad you and yours are safe and well.

The rescue services have been amazing! They deserve our thanks!

kind and loving licks, Marv xxxxxx

oooooh I love to roach as well!

Princess, Tank and Isaac: The Newfs of Hazard said...

Wow, Randi! Nice of you to open your home and share your peeps and food! Hope you're all ok!

Sophie Brador said...

Randi! Your guest in the foreground looks just like me, except for the black nose. It was wonderful of you to give all those beasties a place to stay. I'm glad you were able to share Randay with them.

Suki Sumo said...

Randi -

You sure are a good FEMA director. Better than a brownie, that's for sure.

On this Randay (okay, Monday, whatever) I am thankful for YOU and your ROACHING! Wahoo!

Suki S.

Amber-Mae said...

Happy Randay! Oh, good bye to them all...I'm glad that they are all safe including you & your family Randi. Your roaching must be alot of fun...

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Clover said...

Hi Randi,
Looks like your RRC was a great place to be! Good work - somedog needs to be the one to bark orders, and it's great that you were able to step up to the challenge!
Love Clover xo

Scruffy & Lacie said...

Hey Randi...we like how each dog had a clean comfy bed...ALL dogs should have one...u are a fab organizer in this time of nice of u to share u house and toys to other dogs in need...we're so proud of you!!!!!

Scruffy and Lacie

Tasha & Eva said...

That is a very scary look on your face, Randi! You are all ready for Halloween. It must be lonely now with all the RRC members gone home. You did a very good job of keeping every pup in line. Plus a lesson in roaching! Your FEMA plans sound excellent! Belly Rubs, Tasha & Eva.

wally said...

Can it still be Randay? Everyday?

Your roaching is FANTASTIC! Just like mine but with longer legs. The grunting really completes it, eh?


Sitka and Tia's BLAWG! said...

Wooo Randi!!! I LOVE your front white toes. Soooo cute!

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Pacco de Mongrel said...

i think those refugee will enjoy ur exercise routine

Asta said...

What fun, and how wondewful that you had those wefugee doggies staying with you and playing..You awe wondewful!
I also wanted to congwatulate you on youw featuwed dog blog win!!
smoochie kisses

Gus said...

That is so nice of you to take in all those refugee's and teach them the ropes. I bet you will be sad to see them go but I know that your helping paws were greatly appreciated.
What you call roaching mom calls taking a grass shower. I really love those too.. Louie is still trying to figure out how it is done. He flips over and can't believe what he has done. kids!!!!

Ike said...

I am so glad you are all ok and so sorry for all the others who weren't so lucky. I think you should open your own doggie camp permanently.

sweepyheaven said...

Hello, Randi! Just passed by and I thought I entered into a black hole and met my big brother Bogart in his own blog until I realized that geez, it's another huggy, yummy, would-be playmate! Yay! Be my friend! from