They may look cute, inquisitive...like two sweet little angels. But behind these faces is a never ending supply of weird noises, mischief, and maladjustment! The black one is Harlowe, and the white one is Ava. I named them after Hollywood icons. I may have misjudged.
This is my older girl, Ava. She is well aware that she is not allowed in my bed. When I found her (and took this picture) she was making no attempt whatsoever to get up or hide what she'd done. Thanks, Ava.
I decided since I am so awesome at picking out dogs that I should get Ava a puppy friend. This is baby Harlowe, she's super cute.
This is grown up Harlowe wrestling with her sister, looking guilty, and once again proving that I am bad at choosing pets. Also notice how they made my pj's and towel into a bed before playing on them!
Another favourite activity of Harlowe is to lay on the laptop while I am working. She's kind of a jerk.
But then again they are kind of cute.
And they behave when company
They can only behave themselves for so long though. Eventually someone will end up somewhere they're not allowed. This is how I found Harlowe, all smushy faced and drooling on the couch she isn't allowed on.
They refuse to have any boundaries even when they run the risk of drowning in the toilet.
But occasionally they do pretend to be good sweet little dogs and trick us into buying them things....
Like this kitten.
Ava and Harlowe love their kitten so much they have taught him to lay with them on the furniture they're not allowed on.
I think Harlowe actually just wants to eat him.
They may actually be friends though...
Because Cooper is a jerk too, because I choose pets poorly.
Although my pets are jerks I love them dearly! Ava was a stray that spent a long time in a shelter before I adopted her. Harlowe was adopted from a breeder that had an accidental liter of mixed breed puppies. Cooper, the newest addition is also a rescue from a county shelter. They are actually pretty great, mostly well behaved, lovey little animals.