those are little snow cling-ons :)
Now that looks cold!!
Hari OnTime the peeps bought snow-gear fur ya guys... you'd look good in ski outfits! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Oh nose, careful Ernie those snow freak eggs might HATCH!!!!!Gosh, its like watching Alien all over again, I is gonna hide behind my Princess pillowLoves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxxPeeS Frankie...is it safe to look again yet?????
We hope they don't hatch in the house.
Bailie and I get them all over if it is real wet snow too. We enjoy eating them off, but on walks, sometimes they hurt.
Ryder gets those too, between the pads on his paws. He comes running to me for help, because they hurt his paws.
OMC Snow Freak EGGS? We hope you don't have a litter of snow freaks!The Florida Furkids
oh that looks dangerous... how evil that snow freaks are huh? they always find a way in our houses... and this time even with using a doxie like a taxi :o)
MOL MOL MOL WHAT A GOOD SUGGESTION FOR ERNIE...BUT FRANKIE YOU ARE RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE CANNON....GOOD BUDDY RUN FOR COVER Hugs Madi your bfffPS thus far we are having sleet...burr but it is better than freezing rain
Flesh eating snow ball freaksLily & Edward
Cold and wet and as hard as ice cubes? They ARE ice cubes.
OMD...Those are scary!! We are glad we don't have any snows by us....Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Gosh, I hope those evil snow freak eggs have been dee stroyed! I get 'em on my cute lil feeties sumtimes. Mommy tries to get 'em offa me afore they wurk their evil deeds.
You'd better hope those eggs don't hatch, BOL!Dip and Elliot x
We hate the snow eggs. They kind of look good on you. They hang well
OMD! OMD! Get those things off my ♥♥Ernie♥♥! Snowfreak balls attacking MY ERNIE, and Farter just laughin'. Grrrrrr!♥♥♥Ernie♥♥♥ I MADE HER send you a little something yesterday in a HUGE rain storm. Your package didn't get wet BUTT, SHE got DRENCHED walking the 6 feet to the car...bwahaahaa! You should have seen HER, we were rollin' on the floor, it was sooooo funny.Are you going to see Punxutawny Phil this year?
We know all about those. We get them all over!Keep Calm & Bark On!Murphy & Stanley
WE are lucky we have short hair but our cousin Willow gets those. One time in December Mom had to go over and feed Willow and let her out to potty. Mom decided to take Willow for a walk so she would go poop and the snow was deep. They got back and Willow had those nasty snow cling ons all over her belly and legs. Mom had to get them all off before she left - what a chore!hugsMr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Snow dingleberries! Maybe you can put scotch guard on your furs so they don't attack like that? I am not sure scotch guard can be used that way...but scientists should really come up with something like that to stop such a things from clinging to you!
Oh dear I hope you gots those snowfreak eggs off before they started hatching like gremlins and made more baby snowfreaks ;)xoxo,Bell Fur Zoo
Maybe a hair dryer will melt those pesky snow lumps. Ghostwriter keeps our coats short so we don't get snow balls like that. It keeps the dust bunnies from multiplying too.
We've never had those before, but we hear they are no fun. Stay warm, friends ♥
Crikey ..... you blokes NEED longer legs!! Then ..... no snow freak eggs inside .... than no snowfreaks!!!!!! That's why you got so many. Short legs!!
Same thing happens to me Ernie.
They are such a pain!
Aaarrgh! Where's yours weather and jacket?Love and licks and YIKES,Cupcake
hello ernie its dennis the vizsla dog hay oh no klingons!!! kall kaptin kirk!!! ok bye
As a Floridian, I have never experienced snow freaks. After seeing these pics, I think I'll stay a Floridian. *ear licks* Noodle
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