Bella: This is one of our first posts. I hope this is helpful to all of you out there.
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Paws to Talk

Dear Paws to Talk,

I am a cute Pomeranian with a gorgeous fur coat. Despite the look nature gave me, everyday my humans dress me up in various outfits. I have worn tutus, dresses, sweaters, t-shirts, boots and many different hats. My wardrobe has gotten so large that I have my own closet. I wish for one day I didn’t have to dress up. My humans won’t allow it. Why do they have to dress me up? Am I not enough the way I am?

 -Trinket the Pomeranian

Howl Trinket,

We don’t know why humans dress us up. If mother nature wanted us to wear outfits, coats and shoes everyday then she would have given us thumbs so we could dress ourselves. Of course, there is nothing wrong with a fabulous collar (Bella: Add sparkly crystals to mine. DiDi: Sparkles? Yuck, I like a comfy cloth collar)

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8 thoughts on “

  1. Our Mummy once made us jumpers from an old set of thermal socks (whee weren’t very well and kept getting cold,) but we wouldn’t like to dress us.

    Our Mummy wanted to sew us outfits but we compromised and she now makes us snuggle cosy sacks and fleece beds.

    Maybe you could try that

    Nibbles, Nutty, Bingo & Buddy
    xxxx

  2. Trinket is such a pretty name, your coat is probably just as pretty!! Ok, enough of the flirting!! 🙂

    I’m with you buddy, I don’t think us fluffy pups need to wear lots of clothes when we have such wonderful coats, I only agree to it on special occasions, you know, like Halloween – maybe you could do a deal with your humans to restrict it to special occasions and then you could fully show off your natural beauty? If not, I say go with Bella and DiDi’s advice at the park – Tee Hee

    Have fun,

    Your pal Snoopy 🙂

    • Snoopy we think you and Trinket would make an adorable and fluffy couple. 🙂 Negotiating with the humans on your wardrobe is a great suggestion. Thanks Snoopy!

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