Post # 77
@MrsPanda99: Here is my rescue. Her previous owner was going to take her to the pound (which has a high kill rate) and I told her please don’t I will come and get her. This is Chubby, my papered 8 year old pug. She is a darling, and is very well mannered.
And I have another pug. I got Sassy right after I lost my little Porkchop. A friend couldn’t stand to see me cry everyday missing my little dog so she found me this one. Sassy is the baby…..and she knows it too.
I love seeing everyones pets!! I love the little fur babies!! I would house them all if I could!
Post # 78
Here’s a picture of my old dog, Lucy, snuggling with Finn while recovering from an ACL surgery.
Post # 80
These were the kittens I fostered one year in Grenada.
The kittens (Formen, Wilson, and House) forming a sleepy train:
House had a heart on his side:
Momma cat (Cuddy) loved her bunny toy:
They were all adopted when the kittens were old enough 🙂
Post # 81
We have two wonderful rescue cats who are my babies! We have had the older one, Freya, for about 6 months now and we think she is about a year old. She makes SO much noise, always meowing or making funny little sounds to get your attention. She is also a little theif when it comes to food (her favourites are ham, dry bagles and sausage…) she just grabs it off the plate and runs!
And our younger cat, Cleo is about 6 months old. She was badly neglected before we got her, so she came to us semi-feral. She is mich better now, and loved nothing more than getting a cuddle in bed with us.
We are so lucky to be their forever home!
Post # 82
My little lynxeroo was found wandering around with an older tom cat, she was 5 months old and only 3 pounds. She fit into the palm of my hand the little thing. We saw her at the humane society the day after she was brought in and I fell in love with her. Fiance and I were planning on getting a dog but I really wanted a feline playmate for my older cat Tissue.
A month after we got her, she grew sooo fast with some proper nutrition:
And here she is cuddling with her big brother:
Post # 83
I don’t have any pictures of the family dog (she lives with my mom, got her about 8 or 9 years ago), but her name is Meadow and she is a fat and happy yellow lab. Personality for days, intelligent, bratty, spoiled, the whole 9 yards.
My folks live on some land and kind of out in the country so there is a lot of wildlife around in varying forms. Mom has a garden that she can’t seem to keep the deer out of, and one day she saw the deer in her back yard in her garden and opened the door to let the dog out to chase them away. Meadow takes off after the deer, yips at her and the deer put it’s head down like she was going to charge the dog. Meadow reacted by putting her head down and butt in the air and they proceeded to play like two school children. Apparently they’d been buddies all along. We’ve since come to notice that there Meadow has several deer buddies.
Post # 84
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@MrsPanda99: Here is my dog Brutus (rescued from a no-kill shelter that rescued him from a high kill shelter) and my former cat Dexter (my ex has Dex now.)
Trust me, they’re playing and those are kitten love nips. When Dex was a tiny kitten I used to keep him and his two siblings in a plastic crate. Brutus loved looking into the crate and nuzzling the kitties.
One time when we were starting to let the kitties out of the crate so they could explore the living room, Dex snuck off into the dining room. Next thing I knew, Brutus came back into the living room carrying Dex by the scruff of his neck just like a momma cat, and deposited Dex on the carpet in the living where he belonged. Bru loved corraling those kittens in the living room and it was ridiculously adorable!
Post # 85
@beachbride1216: I’m pretty sure that is the funniest picture I have ever seen. That kitten is giving him shit! LOL!
Post # 86
I don’t have any stories but here is a video of a dog jumping into a leaf pile!
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Post # 88
- Wedding: September 2015 - Ketchum, ID
@Mrs. Gremmlin: corgis!!! they’re the best, aren’t they? yours looks like she’s a good weight like ours!
Post # 89
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
@mrspinesol: She’s a little chunkin-muffin, but she’s awesome. She loves life. Corgis have great temperments. She’s so funny, and I’m quite certain that 80% of the time she understands English. She cocks her little head when she’s listen to you, and it’s so darn adorable! Once you’re a corgi person, you’re in for life.
Post # 90
Hubby and bought a Doberman last year and we named her Nyx. She is our babydoll and we love her very much. She seemed lonely though and she would get super destructive when left alone so we got her a friend. Her new playmate is our 10 week old Akita puppy Tibbers.
We have a thing for misunderstood breeds 😛
Post # 91
I’ve posted this before, but this is our cat Snickers. We adopted her when she was maybe 6 weeks old. A stray cat had kittens in my parents garage, but we couldn’t find them anywhere. My brother finally found Snickers in the engine of my parents station wagon (after a 40 mile round trip!) – she had been wedged between the headlight and the horn. DH and I took her home – just for the weekend – and she has yet to leave.
It took her a couple weeks to get used to us, but now she totally owns our apartment. If I’m sitting in the recliner, she has to be up on the chair behind me with her face in my hair. She shreds paper like a puppy, takes over our pillows at night, tries to snitch popsicles from Darling Husband (see pic below) and overall, is our daily source of entertainment.