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   MeiDei  Have you "Heard" (? ) this is Gram's prize for getting a Movie Wall quiz correct.
   19 hours ago .

   8 people like this.

   Gram77  Oh wow!!! Thanks a bunch!!!
18 hours ago .

 1 person like this.

   MeiDei  Knew I saved this one for something/someone special - now get yourself dolled up and join this sweetheart for the "Cat Walk" or the Red Carpet.
18 hours ago .

 1 person like this.

   MeiDei  Sweet moment lucky to be captured:
   April 15 at 11:09 EST .

   15 people like this.

   Gerty  Cute picture--but that cat must be really big.
April 15 at 20:20 EST .

  4 people like this.

   MeiDei  It's a newborn/baby fawn.
April 15 at 21:55 EST .

  3 people like this.

   Timber Queen  Remington (Bernese Mountain dog ), turns one year old tomorrow, April 11th. Here he is with his "big" sister, Trooper, our 5 year-old Border Collie. They were both good puppy babies during our morning adventure exploring the creek. That is, until Remington spotted a squirrel jumping from tree to tree. We finally tracked him down and Trooper rounded him up, just as Dad came home from town. Another day in paradise at our little homestead, "Fort Serenity."
   April 10 at 17:24 EST .

   10 people like this.

   Gerty  I like that--Fort Serenity.
April 13 at 18:15 EST .

  5 people like this.

   Balogreene  TQ, shortly after we bought our townhouse, before we put up a fence, I was walking a 5 lb. Maltese (out in the lead ), and 3 greyhounds. All was well until a rabbit ran across our path. I'm amazed I kept my feet, and ahold of the leads!
April 13 at 22:33 EST .

  7 people like this.

   FlatCityGirl  Pretty babies! Our pets really enrich our lives.
Yesterday at 19:24 EST .

   MeiDei  For those that are fans of pugs - as well as Game of Thrones - here is a video of the Pugs of Westeros - less than a 2 min. clip.
   April 8 at 20:45 EST .

   12 people like this.

   Balogreene  Tonite, sausagetarian me smelled the turkey, scalloped potatoes,and asparagus, and decided to try Easter Dinner. Turkey is still turkey (I don't like it ). But, Miss Freya (cat ) came up, smelled the plate, and was terribly interested. I shredded some turkey into cat size pieces, she smelled it, and left. The rolled up tootsie roll wrapper made such a good kitty soccer ball, she just didn't want turkey.
   April 5 at 22:43 EST .

   14 people like this.

   MeiDei  Someone's Easter Bunny ...
   April 5 at 20:43 EST .

   11 people like this.

   Timber Queen  Is this photo of John "served in Vietnam" Kerry waking up Easter morning?

BTW - Love the bunny slippers on a bunny.
April 10 at 17:28 EST .

  6 people like this.

   FlatCityGirl  Barney and Miss Beazely during the Bush years. Both dogs are gone now, lost to canine lymphoma.
   April 5 at 10:31 EST .

   14 people like this.

   FlatCityGirl  There she is at six months with her mother.
   April 4 at 11:16 EST .

   14 people like this.

   Timber Queen  Beautiful looking dogs. Love the matching name tags.
April 10 at 17:30 EST .

  5 people like this.

   FlatCityGirl  Our Rosie is now a year old. She was born premature --one of five in the litter, and the only one to survive. The mother, Lily, didn't have milk and we bottle fed Rosie for a week until Lily's milk came in.
   April 4 at 11:14 EST .

   13 people like this.

   Timber Queen  So tiny! What patience to make sure the little one got all she needed. You've been rewarded with a beautiful dog.
April 10 at 17:31 EST .

  5 people like this.

   FlatCityGirl  That photo was taken after she had plumped up. She was about 24 hours old when I discovered that she was not getting any nourishment. I started with pet formula diluted with distilled water, trying to hydrate her, and slowly increased the formula. After I would feed her I would put her with her mother; Lily would lick and nuzzle her and Rosie would "nurse." I look at it like giving a baby a pacifier after feeding, but the vet say that allowing Rosie to nurse probably had something to do with Lily's milk coming in. Rosie was just getting her eyes open when we stopped bottle feeding. I look at that photo and look at Rosie now and can hardly believe she was ever that small.
Yesterday at 19:20 EST .

   MeiDei  Have you ever done this?
   March 25 at 12:31 EST .

   14 people like this.

   Gram77  My goodness, is it ok if I laugh?
March 28 at 10:13 EST .

  7 people like this.

   Gerty  Go ahead, Gram! It IS that silly!
March 28 at 11:07 EST .

  6 people like this.

   MeiDei  You're both right, it is funny & silly - but - if you were brought as I was you automatically excused yourself & left if you walked into the bathroom unannounced & someone else was there - brushing their teeth, combing their hair - even tho' the door was partially opened, [certainly NEVER if the door was closed]. So, this one spoke to me since I once did apologize to my Angora cat & walked out ... only to recall the scene to friends who joined me in laughing at myself. What is really funny (? ) the cat only used her litter box from then on either after all were in bed or out of the house. My current dog doesn't like an audience either - who does? : )
March 31 at 10:35 EST .

  5 people like this.

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