One question...how could you not notice when you were giving him a flea bath!?!
I second Diane! Well at least the girls rained supreme for a little while! He's still a cutie!
Ok, this is too good not to respond to. I have to agree with Diane and Tori. Now with Harley Sue, being a cat, you really can't tell the difference so when Tori was told she was a girl that has she got her name only to be told by the vet no its a boy. I'm glad someday when you have a baby the sonogram will tell you what it is so you won't have to try to determine the sex of it yourself, ha ha. From you loving "Ant".
After seeing the puppy...I'm not sure if we're dealing with a boy or girl. I think you've just adopted the first hermaphrodite dog I've seen in 23 yrs.Herman Tres Grantham...2 1/2 males, 2 1/2 femalesThe Grantham home is in perfect balance.
Oh, Josh. That is seriously the funniest thing I have ever read. I have tears. Maybe you should take pictures, this might go down in history. hehe, perfect balance... funny business!
Hahahahahah...I definitely know a thing or two about pets changing their sex on you! LOL.
Thanks for reading!