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Mischief Monday

I got a squeaker out from one of my toys!  UT OH!


  1. That is the BEST TIME EVER!!! Then we look at it, try and squeak it, then find another toy to de-squeakafy.

    Happy Monday Murray!!!

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,

  2. So much fun! Hope there is a replacement toy fr you!

  3. Yeah! That's the most satisfying 80 seconds in the world, innit?

  4. Don't eat it!

    Your friends,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. My boys love de-squeaking their toys. Just don't eat it or you may have a permanent squeak plus a belly ache!

  6. Cute pic! I bet that was super satisfying! Nothing like a good squeak-ectomy!

    We used to have a beagle, who would not only remove the squeaker from a toy, she would then use her tiny little front teeth to pull the little 'stopper' out of the top of the squeaker so it couldn't squeak anymore. She hated them!! And they had to die!

  7. Hey Murray and how long did it take you to de-squeak the toy. Well done pal. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  8. Good job Murray! We believe it is our job to de-stuff and de-squeak! ANd the quicker the better...BOL
    Ernie and the rest of the pack

  9. Ooh, Murray. You made my blood run cold. My girl Honey took a squeaker out of her toy when she was 3 months old. And then she swallowed it. She had to go to the hospital.

    I hope you are smarter than she was. :)

  10. He loooves to remove the squeaker! They are usually removed in minutes. This was an old toy he hadn't conquered yet. This squeaker was pretty large, so less of a swallowing worry, but I still took it from his disappointed face :( So no worries of eating it.

  11. New follower here! Yep, mine love to take out those darn squeakers, too.

    Stop on by and check out our blogs when you can and follow back :-) Look forward to getting to know you and Murray!


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