Rikki is very, very lucky to have a talented auntie who knits sweaters for the pugs. Her nimble fingers fly through the air and create snug little fashion items for our babies.
This week, Rikki was the lucky recipient (Bunni already has about 4, I'll show them to you later) of her very first, custom-knitted sweater.
Put on a show for us, Miss Rikki.
This next picture shows Rikki losing interest in the camera and gaining another one in her daddy who is behind me, to my left, making his way to the kitchen. The meaning of this path is not lost on the pug.
He's now passed to the right side, behind me. And here is our model, lookng a little more hopeful, as one can tell by the cocked ears.
After a very upsetting minute (at least for this photographer) during which Rikki completely broke pose and chased her daddy to the kitchen, only to be disappointed, she comes back within range of the camera lens. Good time for a side shot.
She decides that posing on the couch is passe and wants to try something new. How avant garde!
She grows tired, and leans against the coffee table for support. Oh woe is the life of a model pug.
Thank you auntie!