Posted by Kelly on Nov 29, 2010.
Oh wait, it is Mia the rescue Sheltie taking a nap! Can’t tell one cute end from the other! :)
That doesn’t look comfortable Michele!
Posted in Sleeping Shelties • Tags: mia, rescue sheltie, sheltie, sleeping
Aww..there’s our babe Mia!
Don’t know what it is,but she sleeps like this alot. She looks like she is doing a high dive!
She is gorgeous. What’s her story?
How precious! Some doggies do find the oddest positions to sleep in…
Wow, what a pretty coat… I haven’t seen an all white sheltie before. I wish I could see her face…LOL…
Our Fynn loves those little squirrels, too.
Fynn likes to bury his head under a blanket when he sleeps.
Such a pretty unusual colored baby.
Is she albino? I’ve never seen an all-white sheltie before.
Oh boy, a fluffy, white Sheltie pretzel! Too cute. Ah, to be young and that flexible!
Is Mia a double merle?
I’m wondering about all the white fur… and congrats on rescuing her- she’s a lucky girl!
Maybe the light disturbs her eyes when she sleeps. She may like one of those nightime eye masks from Santa!
Awww – very cute!
Mia is too, too cute!! I’ve never seen a white Sheltie before, but she is beautiful! What color eyes does she have? I’d love to see little face, too! Yes, they do have the oddest ways of sleeping sometimes, don’t they?
Head…. shoulders knees and toes, knees and toes!!! :-)
SOOOOO cute! One of my babies is a double merle, too! Does she have blue eyes?
Bless you for adopting a Double Merle. Even though most doubles are blind or deaf (or both for those Sheltie lovers not familiar with them), they can lead fairly normal lives with some help from their Mom and Dad.
Mia is a beautiful and lucky girl.
Thank you for such a great site for all furkid lovers.
April, Bree, Newman, Ellie and Duncan (all rescued) thank you, too.
So cute! Mine does that, too. We call that the “toes on the nose” nap. :)
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