However, his yawn gives him away and he knows he’s been rumbled. According to Pete, 55, Marshall has always been a very reactive boy.He was adopted
However, his yawn gives him away and he knows he’s been rumbled. According to Pete, 55, Marshall has always been a very reactive boy.
He was adopted by the loving family, from Medway in Kent, when he was two years old, and has proved to be a talkative character ever since.
Pete said: “Most things become a conversation and he enjoys making us laugh.
“He will also talk when we are telling him to sit and be good. It’s just his way of being part of the family.”
In an adorable video, despite clearly being tired, Marshall tries to tell Pete and Ruth that he doesn’t want to go to bed yet.
Ruth tells Marshall “It’s bedtime” and he begins whining and moaning.
Mid-conversation, Marshall yawns and eventually he gives in and gets up.