Hannah pleads for her own Nature Nap

Posted November 05, 2008

Hannah pleads for West Paw Design to convince her mom to buy more beds.

Hannah is a 2 year old Rat Terrier from Pennsylvania who absolutely loves her Nature Nap bed from West Paw Design. Her Mom thought that Hannah would be able to share the bed with other dogs, but Hannah has different ideas!

Hannah often gets the bed dirty, and there is a suspicion that she does this on purpose, because it causes her mom to wash and dry the bed - and Hannah loves the smell of the bed when it comes out of the dryer.


Read Hannah's letter:

Hi my name is Hannah,

I am writing because my mom bought me a West Paws bed and I refuse to share it! My mom always tries to get me to share MY bed with the other dogs, and I say "no way". I am hoping you can send emails to my mom to convince her that my bed belongs to me Hannah. I do hope she still washes it when I get it dirty. I love the way it smells out of the dryer! Hurry get my mom to buy more beds!!

Ruff,
Hannah


West Paw Design would like to go on record with our non-biased opinion, that Hannah is right and should have her own bed. Good Luck Hannah!

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