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Monday, 2 May 2011

Mandog Monday - In a flap



Keeping the house free from introoders is a very important job. A job I would be unable to do if it wasn't for the installation of these nifty viewing portals, we have one in nearly every external door to the house.


Now I can check the whole of the back yard without even having to veure outside. This is especially good on those cold, windy days - like today.




Shen x

13 comments:

  1. Does anything ever come in? 'Cause we think it would be awesome if a little critter came in to "visit." :-P

    -Fuzzy Tales

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  2. We love that portal! Wish we could have one or two...or three...

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  3. How very thoughtful of your family to have installed viewing portals, Shen! We only have one here and it's in a window. Duh.....

    Woofs,
    Tommy

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  4. We demanded ... erm ... I mean politely requested some viewing flaps too ~ but mom said our howse is grade 2 listed, so we can't. :sigh:

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  5. We have portals but thank Cod no woofie on the other side!

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  6. We don't understand why strangers don't come into the house. Our luck, we would have possums, and skunks wandering around in our house. But that is a great way to peek outside.

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  7. now THAT is laziness personified!! lol!

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  8. You Got A Cat door !!! Awesome !!
    I wish I can have it on day ( In my life time )

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  9. That is convenient, Shen. Just be careful your folks don't cut your pay :D Keep up the good work!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, and Hollie

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  10. Ha, ha, ha! That's a great shot! Doing a wonderful job on watch!
    ~Lisa Co9T

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  11. we hope your portal is only one way! We have one into the garage!

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  12. Ooh, you are lucky to have portals!

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