Tilly sleeps with her Huck

Posted November 24, 2008

Tilly loves her Huck so much she sleeps with it!

Why does little Tilly O'Mally sleep with her Huck?!?! Could it be because Tilly O'Mally actually chews herself to sleep? Or perhaps it is just the simple fact that Tilly loves her Huck dog toy so much that she doesn't want her owners to take it away while she sleeps.

Tilly O'Mally, age 6, from Stevensville, Montana works 4-5 hours a day... chewing unmercifully. Her human parents have tried to explain to her that after she damages the toys that they need to be sent back to West Paw Design to be recycled into new ones. However, Tilly O'Mally doesn't want to see them go. She now sleeps with her favorite toys, so that the toys don't "accidentally get sent off to be recycled" while she is asleep.

Tilly's parents, Nicolene & Gordon, express great thanks to West Paw for saving their furniture legs, bedding, and perhaps small neighborhood children from getting chewed up!


Tilly asleep with her Huck


Don't worry sleepy, silly Tilly O'Mally, we'll keep recycling those toys into nice new ones!

 

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