Little Luigi has a fever today. Everyone is very sad and laying low. My poor Baby Jesus. The vet said he will be okay and it happens, so nothing to worry about. For loyal followers who know Luigi, you can imagine he’s more traumatized than ever and convinced the end of time has arrived.
A roller-coaster at Duane Reade… this never gets old. A classic and an all time Moscowitz and McNizzles favorite.
How rude of Harold to eat his dinner indeed, Mr. Pants. Now you only get one serving. What’s next? Another sit-in?
Luigi almost arrested for a formal, staged sit-in. After learning about Rosa Parks at nursery school, the intellectually challenged Hizzie has misinterpreted her bravery as a convenient call to modern day shih-tzu action: when he wants something, he simply…sits. Waits for change.
Meredith, Amanda, Moscowitz, and McNizzles @The M.E.T.
The Graduates and The Brothers at The M.E.T.
Getting them both in my arms is not always easy, but it’s well worth the effort (and the expression on Harold’s face). Poor Baby Jesus is always hopeful.
Vintage Luigi - first week home. It is unquestionable that he is the original Benjamin Button and grows younger every single day. Leave it to Luigi to age backwards.
We think this is the sweetest thing we have ever seen. Ever. Dogs are just so magical.
Mr. Tragedy and Calamity.
Oh little bear I am sorry.
Luigi ponders why he’s so bored this Sunday and suddenly has an epiphany.
The rain hates me.