Gogo the Moray Eel

16 years ago - #Gogo

I recently went into our bedroom looking for Gogo. She was nowhere in sight. As I looked around for her, I heard a thump and saw a paw quickly flash out from under the bed. Gogo was having a grand time doing her impression of a moray eel. I grabbed the camera and documented her performance.

The deadly moray eel emerges from its home.
The deadly moray eel emerges from its home.

We can see the head of the deadly moray eel.
We can see the head of the deadly moray eel.

Our fearless explorer tries to coax the deadly moray eel out of its home.
Our fearless explorer tries to coax the deadly moray eel out of its home.

The deadly moray approaches it helpless victim, preparing for an attack!
The deadly moray approaches it helpless victim, preparing for an attack!

The deadly moray eel viciously chews on its prey.
The deadly moray eel viciously chews on its prey.

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Gogo spent the morning destroying a stuffed animal in the Bollywood room. The room was completely dark. We turned on the light and saw nothing but white fluffy carnage.
I had been looking for this photo to show Mom while she was in town and I didn't have it handy. But now here it is: Gogo at Christmas. This was done a few years ago when David and I went to St John and left Gogo at a kennel. They dressed her up in a Christmas collar and somehow convinced her to smile for the camera. Though I don't approve of dressing up dogs for photos, this will go down as one of my favorite Gogo photos.
Here are some shots of how Gogo slept when she was a puppy. She used to love to curl up in our neck and doze off. It didn't last long, which is probably a good thing, because I couldn't really sleep when she did it. But it was too cute to disrupt her.