Saturday, June 13, 2009

Poor Webster

Let me tell you a story. I have a friend called Shan. She has a soft toy duck called Webster who she has had for a long time and holds great sentimental value. Shan also has a new puppy called Izzy.

One day when Shan went out, Izzy decided to introduce herself to Webster. It didn't end well.





I received Webster, his arm, his stuffing and this note from a very distresssed Shan.

I don't't know if I can do it, but I have to try and save Webster.

11 comments:

Michelle said...

oh the poor little dear...
hope he can be fixed...
with a letter like that you have to give it a go...

CurlyPops said...

Oh No! I hope you can save him.

Sandra @ Pepperberry and Co. said...

Oh, Webster! The poor little duck! Please save him!

Linda said...

fingers crossed for Webster, I'm sure you can do it Nikki! you are so clever

Julianne said...

Oh no : ( Poor lil Webster!

'Jack' is DH's teddy that is now 34 years old and he is due in for a touch up shortly... tummy falling out, ear half off... it is very sad when toys sustain injuries.

Peta @ Pippiwillow said...

Kinda sounding like "Greys Anatomy meets Play School".
Poor Duck - amputated quasi flying/walking appendages & extreme lipo/fluffosuction -
Botox for people, ? what for ducks
You can fix him Dr B Cardigan I am sure.
Peta xo

Tania said...

I KNOW you can do it. But I reckon I'd be taking in a few episodes of ER just to get a heads up on potential pitfalls. Hang in there Webster (and Shan).

Thea said...

I have no doubt that you can rescue Webster. Shan should be grateful that it wasn't a good pair of shoes.. I've lost some that couldn't be saved to puppies before. They're just lucky that they are so cute.

m.e (Cathie) said...

You CAN do it Nikki!!
Help poor little Webster :)

Stephanie and Carlos said...

Nikki you have to fix him... the world just wont be the same... just take it one seam at a time girl...

xo Steph *wipes tear from her eye*

Liesl (Hoppo Bumpo) said...

I'm glad Webster has been sent to you rather than some complete quack. Have you managed to get the duckie all stitched up again?