Hold on to your hats, people. We are about to roll out some capital c Cute!
This is Pancho.
He's a five month-old puppy surrendered because his owner was told that he had cherry eye and would always have eye problems. So far, we've seen no evidence of cherry eye, but it is clear to the meanest intelligence that this boy is going to have ongoing problems with frenzied frenchie fans!
Oh, yes, he is. Do you see how he scatters the toys all around and then climbs up and gives you The Look? The Who Me #4, that's what we call that one. In an earlier post, you saw Beignet deliver The Who Me #7, but Pancho is here showing off the classic #4.
Did you know that all French Bulldog puppies are provided with a pamphlet and DVD with both written and visual instructions on how to get out of a jam using the power of cuteness? Well, it's true. It's just one of the reasons why resistance is futile.
Note the head tilt, the perky tailio, the slightly pursed lips and the direct gaze? That's the #4, all right. Perfect execution!
In this final photo, you see Pancho receiving coaching and advice from his foster Auntie, Mildred. We like to see a young pup so clearly expressing respect and attention to his elders and betters. Auntie Mildred is a past-master at manipulating her people into providing her with pretty much any daggone thing she can dream up.
By the time young Pancho is ready for his forever family, he'll have absorbed a whole lot of those secrets, but we are pretty sure Mildred has forgotten more about getting her way and making her people think it was their own idea than the adorable Pancho will ever know.
That's the way it is with us Frenchie girls, smirks
The Frog Princess