Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Many faces of Chloe!

With Chelsea this past Spring.






Ahem...
did you want
to feed me...
now?




Hey! Who turned out the lights?




Snuggling with Mikey
at the lookout at Susquehannock Park.




Forced into a modeling gig.






Kara thinks the glasses make you
look cool, Chloe!




Have bag, will travel!




Humiliating life as a Ladybug!








Patiently modeling Chelsea's crocheted scarf.




A chihuahua burrito!




The dejected Cheer Leader after
a huge loss.





Chelsea posted this on her blog a while
back but I find it hysterical!

She truly is the princess here.
Something was in her favorite
sleeping spot.





She took care of it!



Loving our little drama queen,
otherwise known as our Chihuahua,
Miss Chloe. We found this sweetheart
at our local Humane League. Please
check there first when looking for a
furry family member. These dogs are
so grateful for your love!!
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12 comments:

SmilingSally said...

Chloe was a wonderful "find." Look how much joy and love she brings!

Tracy said...

This is such a funny and sweet post! Chloe is definitely the star of the show! ;o) What a personality... and I LOVE her pink handbag and lady bug outfit...was that for Halloween? ;o) tee-hee... Happy Days to you all ((HUGS))

Puna said...

awww...my sister has a chihuahua too. I love that he fits in your purse.

Melissa said...

That's funny! I like Chloe the ladybug!

Mary said...

Hi Becky!
What a sweet post! Chloe is adorable! And so patient for posing in all the differnt shots.
It's amazing how much love and joy our puppies give us.
Enjoy and have a beautiful day!
Mary :)

Rhonda @ Shellbelle's Tiki Hut said...

Oh, I just love all these pics, but the second one in the ladybug outfit is classic!

I grew up with a little black Chihuahua, Tina, who ruled over the bigger dogs in the neighborhood.

My daughter and granddaughter just adopted a two-year-old that wasn't physically mistreated, but wasn't happy in her environment with loud, rambunctious teenage boys.

She's very skittish around people and shakes like a leaf, but she has fallen in love with my daughter and won't leave her side. She has found her protector, feels safe and is slowly adapting to the rest of us.

You're right, adopting dogs from the local shelters or rescue places is a good thing!

RobinfromCA said...

What a coincidence that we both have Chihuahuas named Chloe! I think they would get along famously since they are both secure in the knowledge that they are princesses. The picture of your Chloe removing the invader from her sleeping spot is wonderful!

Our little Chloe is also a rescue but not from the Humane Society. She is 9 mos. old and my daughter got her from some little kids carrying these 4-week old puppies in a basket with no blanket or anything trying to sell them for $60. It was December and quite cold outside. We often wonder if her two siblings found safe homes. They were far too young to be away from their mommy. She is a delightful part of our family!

Robin

Vee said...

She sure did take care of it! LOL! What a cutie pie!!

JD said...

I enjoyed looking at all of your photos, Chloe reminds me a little bit of our GrandPUP! Trixie

Kelly said...

Too Cute!

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Chloe is so cute in a Lady Bug costume. :)

Vickie said...

Hi - we have a Chihuahua, too! Didn't think I was going to like her, but she's MY dog. I'm her person. Her expressions look like your Chloe's. Our baby is named Bug. We couldn't ever think of a name, and we called her Bugaboo and Doodlebog and SnugasaBug. "Bug" just stuck!

Love the ladybug pic - I guess our "bug" needs one, huh?