We have noticed over the years that the smaller dogs have an uncanny ability to find the single hole in a blanket and proceed to get themselves stuck in it. For some reason the hole becomes the only way out of the blanket. Rather than going back the way they came in, i.e., by de-burrowing, they try to get out through the always-too-small hole. Alayne got this shot over the weekend of Wilbur poking his head out of a fleece blanket he had turned into a traveling-across-the-floor bed. And yes, he needed some assistance extricating himself. Meanwhile, Dexter stands by, taking in the scene. He's probably thinking, "Well, at least it wasn't me this time." If you click on the photo for a larger image, you'll see Wilbur has that adorable tongue sticking out of his mouth. Kind of like his head in the blanket, eh?