Thursday, October 2, 2008

Afraid of Thunder

For the last 3 days, it's been raining like there's no tomorrow, and thundering a lot. This upsets my 4 footed child. Yesterday he decided he'd had enough of this frightening experience, and showed up at the school table for protection. Here I've almost gotten my foot out from under his giant head.

However, once I did get my foot free, he was scared, again, turning to his brother for comfort.

What a big baby!

11 comments:

Pam said...

What a cute baby! I love hearing about Thor. He's just too adorable. Hope the thunder stops so he won't be scared anymore.

gaylen said...

I see he likes Yoplait! Mine do too, although they only get to lick the mostly empty container.

He sure is sweet. g

Paula said...

Poor little guy.I wonder if he hears different frequency sounds than we humans do. Back home in Indiana, the thunder would boom so loud it would make the china rattle around in the cabinets. You guys sure are getting more than your share of storms. We hardly ever get thunder out here; just mundane drizzle (which is happening as I type this). Hope the sun returns soon so Thor and the boys can romp around outside again.

Charli and me said...

I feel so sorry for these little guys during storms. Charli gets scared too. It's so hard for them. I hope the weather in your area improves soon

dogquilter said...

He is a cute boy and a big one too!!

Sonya said...

Thor, don't worry I'm afraid of lightening. So it is just fine to be a little scared of all that loud thunder.

noble pig said...

Oh, such a big baby to be afraid of thunder? Funny how the big ones are always scared. I used to have a German Shepard named REX who was terrified of thunder. It always cracked me up.

Grace said...

that is so funny! my pups (a sheltie and an australian shepherd) are also terrified of storms, but they're a little less imposing than thor. he's adorable. :)

Katherine Aucoin said...

Poor baby, you can't help but feel sorry for him and want to protect him. No matter how big he is, he's your baby.

Prudy said...

Poor little Thor. I think I'd be baking like mad in that kind of weather!

Pam said...

What a sweetie! My big old Tomcat, Mickey, would run behind the sofa everytime it thundered.