Monday, December 1, 2008

The Hunt for a Christmas Tree

First of all, I wanted to thank everyone for their kind words and thoughts about Ru. We miss the little guy but I have been giving The Owners some extra love and cuddles so they are feeling better. We are happy to know that he is running free and playing with friends like Girl Girl and many others who had to leave their owners too soon!

Yesterday the family went on a search for the perfect Christmas tree!
Of course they had to bring me along so that I could sniff out the most amazing one!
(sorry for the less than pawsome pics, Owner Boy forgot the good, fancy camera)

We saw many many trees, there were shaggy ones and prickly ones, big ones and little tiny baby ones! I never knew there were so many different kinds of Christmas trees!
And the search begins! "This way guys!"We found a lot of trees and walked all over the place. Everyone kept saying "Look at this one! Hey guys over here! What about this tree?" But I took one sniff and knew none of them were The One.

I even found one that was just my size! I wanted to take it home for our room but Owner Boy said no.

Finally we found two contenders and had a vote to decide which one we were going to take home!
Chad, Owner Boy and Lawrence voted for the shaggy tree.
Rick, Owner Girl and Ashely voted for the prickly tree
It was a tie! So I got the deciding vote! Since I am a girl, I sided with the girls (& Rick) and we got the prickly one!

After we made sure there were no birds or squirrels living inside, we cut it down.Then it ran away!Oh, it's just Lawrence carrying it.Once we got the tree loaded up in the truck, The Owners and I took a picture with the Grinch! I sure hope he doesn't steal Christmas this year!

13 comments:

Raising Addie said...

WOW Tibby!

You got to pick your own Christmas tree!

Since this is my first Christmas I will have to tell my parents to let me pick one out too. I mean, Christmas only comes once a year so we should do it up right!

I can't wait to see your tree all decorated!

What did you think of the Grinch? I hope he didn't scare you.

Kisses
Addie

Raising Addie said...

Tibby, I would love to send you a Christmas card. Just email me your address at raisingaddie@gmail.com and we will get yours mailed.

Kisses
Addie

Thor said...

Hi Tibby!
Good job picking that tree! She is pawfect! I am look forward to see her decorated!

Love and licks
Thor

Lorenza said...

Hi, Tibby!
You chose your own tree!
It is beautiful!
Sure you will have fun decorating it!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Lacy said...

w00f's Tibby, looks like u picked the pawfect tree..

b safe,
~rocky~

Abby said...

Hi, Tibby...

Your tree is beautiful...

I'd love to go pick out our tree...But my Dad just goes up in the attic & carries it down...

My humans are no fun...

Abby xxxooo

Benhur Xobile said...

Hi Tibby!
I love your blog and this entry about the Christmas Tree. It looks like something fun to do. Mummy says maybe someday we'll go to usa and i'll get a chance to do that too!

Cheers!
Benhur
www.bennyxobile.blogspot.com

Ruby said...

Hi Tibby
What a fun adventure. You and the girls picked the best tree. That's the one I would have picked to. Prickly is best.
See you soon.
Love Ruby

Joey said...

Oh Tibby, what an adventure to go along with your family and pick out your own Christmas tree! I love the one you picked out. It's beautiful! And you even got to meet the real Grinch! I can't wait to see what the tree looks like all decorated. Since I just finished decorating my first tree, I'll give you some advice: whatever the Owners are doing, SNIFF EVERYTHING and GET IN THEIR WAY. It works like a charm!

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Tank woo fur stopping by my blog!

My mom has some armour hot dog khommercial stukhk in her head now -

Nice tree selekhtion!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: I'll be bakhk fur I've added your blog to my googlereaderthingie!

Honey the Great Dane said...

Hey - how cool, Tibby! I wish we could do similar things here - the thing is, we're upside down here Down Under and it's now summer so my humans complain that it just doesn't feel like Christmas, tree or no tree! When they first moved here, they used to make more effort but now, they say, they just can't be bothered because it feels so weird to be decorating Christmas trees and stuff when everyone else is having barbecues and heading off to the beach!!

Can't wait to see it decorated...

Slobbers,
Honey the Great Dane
ps. Oh! I didn't hear about Ru! (have been a bit slack on visiting blogs in the last few days...) - am so sorry!

Peanut said...

Good choice. Mom says she misses picking her own tree

Dannan and The Girl said...

Hi, Tibby! Thanks for visiting my bloggy! I am glad you did, and I'd like to be furends! I will start to follow your adventures!

Brown dog kisses,
Dannan