Will teen heart throb Robert Pattinson star alongside Pudsey, Britain’s newest sweetheart?
The Daily Mail attempts to find out the answer. It notes:
In an interview with OK! magazine, Pudsey, via doggy interpreter Ashleigh, said: “Ashleigh’s favourite actors are Robert Pattinson and Johnny Depp and I’d be happy to star with them. I think I’d be good as a doggy vampire or pirate.”
In case you think we have gone barking mad, Robert would jump at the chance to perform with Pudsey as dogs hold a dear place in his heart.
He was deeply upset when his last pet pooch passed away a couple of years ago and he told Parade magazine: “I keep talking about my dog all the time. It was an incredible dog, and I said in an interview recently he was the most important person in my life. My family went crazy with me for saying that.
“But, however ridiculous it may seem to some people, my relationship with my dog was a defining moment. Having the dog die was, literally, like the worst day of my life. It was like losing a family member.”
Chase and Calen Chambless lost their home on April 27th, 2011 in the tornadoes. They also lost their two dogs who were in the home, or so they thought.
The next couple days after the tornadoes, they searched for Bella, a 7-year-old West Highland Terrier, and Kiaha, a 3-year-old Australian Shepherd.
April 29th, a couple who had Bella’s description brought her to the Chambless couple. She was dirty and had insulation all over her. The insulation and debris was packing into her eyes to the point they were nearly matted shut, and she could not see. The couple told the Chamblesses they saw her climb out from under a large pile of debris on the other side of the neighborhood.
There were way more Westies than Scotties in yesterday’s Tartan Day parade video, so today we’re going to try and restore the balance by allowing some Scottish Terrier puppies to steal the show. Here’s Aunt Daisy the West Highland Terrier with her Scottie nieces and nephews, the adorable crew you’ve seen before.
And here’s a Westie Wednesday question for you: Do you like West Highland Terrier Wednesday or resent it? I ask because someone recently sent me a note saying they were unsubscribing due to Westie Wednesday (among other things.) They wanted all Scotties all the time.
Personally, I enjoy doing Westie Wednesday, as it adds some variety, but don’t let that stop you from speaking your mind.
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