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Why Coco Doesn’t Get to Wear Hats

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The idea.
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The execution.
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The result.
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The rest of the result.
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Goodbye, hat.
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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 2, 2009  

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  1. 8-2
    6:09
    am

    GOOD MORNING!!
    CAN I JUST SAY ONCE AGAIN!! I LOVE YOUR BLOG!! It seems no matter what time I get up …how long or short your blog is it always puts a smile on my face..I so love animals and baking…sewing and gardening too..I think we would be great friends if we were neighbors..May your days be filled with sunshine..However here in Pa. I am enjoying a thunderstorm this morning and so are my ducks and garden..
    Happy Sunday!!
    Granny Trace

  2. 8-2
    6:42
    am

    Wait! Did I miss a post? Is that the Princess and, do I see the Princess, braces free? Whow, them there teeth is dazzlin’!!!!

  3. 8-2
    8:49
    am

    Coco is soo cute! Don’t think the hat is a hit however!!

  4. 8-2
    11:27
    am

    At first, I thought Morgen was tickling Coco! LOL LOL LOL :dancingmonster: :lol: :snoopy:

  5. 8-2
    12:48
    pm

    Cutie! So…what happened to the hat?

  6. 8-2
    12:49
    pm

    Morgan finally got it back from her!

  7. 8-2
    1:26
    pm

    Now why would Coco settle for a cone head hat when the goat gets a to wear a jeweled crown?! No wonder she shook it off!

  8. 8-2
    5:06
    pm

    The hat suits CoCo well.

  9. 8-2
    6:11
    pm

    That is so funny! We try to put hats (and costumes) on our dog but she gets out of them every time. We did manage to get a picture of her wearing a princess hat very similar to Coco’s hat though. Hehe We just had to hold up a fork of meat loaf to distract her long enough to take the picture.

  10. 8-3
    5:25
    am

    when I was a kid we found out that if you put a hat on a cat it will run backwards trying to run out from under it. We tried this on every cat we could get our hands on and the result was the same. We were mean little country kids with no cable tv-so you had to find entertainment where you could LOL! It worked best with baby doll bonnets that you could tie on-of course it was hard to get it back off once the cat was mad. I have never shared this info wih my children-because I like my cats.

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