I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love.

For me they are the role model for being alive.

~ Gilda Radner

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

So many laps, so little time

As a founding member of the Dome Rock Pack,Stumpy had many responsibilities at the RTR. The one that kept her busiest was the never ending Lap Tests.

 

Johnny scored a five out of five kitties for being the most accommodating.


This vote was unanimously agreed upon, by the entire pack.



Of course, a lap and a smile is a wonderful thing. Bryce scored extra points for his smile.


Kat's Lap scored very high in all categories!


Bryce's lap was rechecked, frequently.
 
 
 
 

Tish's lap passed muster. 


Stumpy was extra squirmy while checking Brian's lap. In the end, Brian passed, too.



 

 
 Mike's lap was a little on the bony side
 
 
But, with some adjustments, he passed with flying colors!
 
 
 Fenway was there to learn the finer points of the Lap Test.
 
Jenn must have a great lap because Stumpy kept going back for more.
 
 
 
 
 
Joanne, a lap Stumpy knows well, passed without a problem!
Stumpy bestows kisses and bonus points on those really nice laps! Meaning the ones that belong to humans who let her get away with everything. 
Not mentioning any names, but...
 
 
Stumpy found Linda's lap especially comfortable, at the fire
 
Stumpy wasn't the only dog testing laps.
 
Tony is an expert, when it comes to finding a good lap
 
Stella is also an accomplished lap tester 



















Fenway doesn't have any mad lap testing skillz, but he does know how to suck up!
 
 
Because his boy always made sure Fenway knew he was lovable.
That's MY boy!!!
Love and miss you, Will! (you, too, Fenway!)
 
 
 

11 comments:

Lorenza said...

I am sure it was hard work testing all those laps!
Glad eveyone passed your tests!
Take care
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

All those lapdancers -

I hope they got some good tips!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

♥ Sallie said...

LOL! Lap dancers! That was cute. I loved the pictures. A lap and some warm arms around me are the best!

P.S. If you are interested, stop by our blog for a chance to win some free autographed books!

Hugs,

rottrover said...

Stumpy, you're just lapping up all that affection!!

Jan said...

Looks like a tough job, but someone has to weed out the lap slackers.

Wyatt said...

Stumpy, you silly dog. You are kinda big to be a lap dog...that's what my mom says, but I'm 60 pounds of lap dog and I don't want to hear that crazy talk!

You have it down to a science..good job!

Wyatt

Kari in Alaska said...

Way to make sure they are all comfy ;)

Stop on by for a visit
Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Lorenza, that many laps reqired a lot of energy on Stumpy's part!

Khyra, Stumpy has been in trianing for a looooooooooong time! I've yet to see too many laps! That girls got stamina!!!

Sallie, no room for books or ANYTHING in the moho, but we'll sure stop by!

Ruby Bart and Otto, Stumpy deserves all that affection (so she believes!)

Jan, You're absolutely correct! And Stumpy is just the girl for the job!

Wyatt, you have been had! NO dog is too big for lap sitting

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Kari, Lap testing is serious business. No slackers allowed in the lap department!

acd6pack said...

What a great bunch of pictures! Only one of the pack likes laps, that's our deaf girl Azule. The slightest hand motion and BOOM! she's there. Oh and don't try and move her. Not going to happen! She loves, loves, loves to snuggle.

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

acd6pack, it's no coincidence that I refer to Stumpy as a giant speckled chihuahua. When she gets to acting like that I tell her, "Your min pin is hanging out."