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The Adventures of Yoshi
He wants out.

He wants out.

I blocked off the living room so that Yoshi wouldn’t bother me while I was working on a very messy project. But of course he finds someway to slowly squeeze his way in.

I blocked off the living room so that Yoshi wouldn’t bother me while I was working on a very messy project. But of course he finds someway to slowly squeeze his way in.

Our apartment is very small. Fantastically small. So when my boyfriend and I couldn’t find Yoshi last night, I freaked out, thinking somehow he got out of the apartment because there wasn’t anywhere he could’ve been hiding (that I knew of). After about 30 minutes, we found him. Behind the couch. Between the wall and the couch. Stuck.
Crazy little guy. I don’t understand why he doesn’t make any noise or bark to draw any attention. Yet he’ll bark at EVERYTHING else.

Our apartment is very small. Fantastically small. So when my boyfriend and I couldn’t find Yoshi last night, I freaked out, thinking somehow he got out of the apartment because there wasn’t anywhere he could’ve been hiding (that I knew of). After about 30 minutes, we found him. Behind the couch. Between the wall and the couch. Stuck.

Crazy little guy. I don’t understand why he doesn’t make any noise or bark to draw any attention. Yet he’ll bark at EVERYTHING else.

Yoshi could easily jump over this barrier but he doesn’t. There’s a debate going on in the family about whether he doesn’t do it because he thinks he can’t or if it’s because he knows we don’t want him crossing it. We’ll never know.

Yoshi could easily jump over this barrier but he doesn’t. There’s a debate going on in the family about whether he doesn’t do it because he thinks he can’t or if it’s because he knows we don’t want him crossing it. We’ll never know.

"I give up."

"I give up."

Still stuck.

Still stuck.

The bear is stuck.

The bear is stuck.

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