Another absolutely wonderfully amusing story. Smart pram. Certainly bought a few smiles to my face and reminded me of when I was about nine often taking my pet rabbit, tucked up and reined into my dolls pram for a walk to collect the Dandelion leaves that she so enjoyed eating growing in the nearby grass verges.I can sympathise with Edward as I too don't like having my photo taken.Sasha love and thanks, from Kendal.
Thanks Kendal. I remember taking my nan's Yorkshire terrier about in mine, he was only a tiny little thing.I don't think many woman , including myself , like having their picture taken and not because we are riding in something that's beneath us!Lol
That was the best part of being little ...taking your doll's pram out...I used to take one of our cats a big longhaired ginger tom out in mine :)
I do believe one of my sisters was seen pushing the pram down the street with one of the cats on board wearing a rather pretty babies bonnet! thems was the days....
I think the girls were very patient with Edward - he is rather grumpy sometimes. You'll have to get a quieter camera.My sister and I dressed our black and white cat up in one of our dolls dresses once, he was very patient about it but didn't like it much.
Anna, he is not grumpy....much , he just has standard's that a Panda must keep or all will chaos ! You know what these Sasha's are like give an inch and they take a mile....
I hope that RSPCA are not reading all these comments...can we be 'done' for all these tales of animal's and prams!!!