We've had lots of these threads in the past, but I like to see everyone's babies from time to time. I'm only going to post my puppy shot though. My cats are tougher to get photos of. This is Murray waiting for Ken to throw him another snowball to munch.
and fee, besides lil sat ears, latte' has no neck!!! lol.
this is hercules:
unfortunately, he won't be with us much longer, maybe just a few days, or a week - maybe 2. he's got cancer and doesn't have much time left as he's wasting away. he's gone from being a giant 20+ pound cat to just skin and bones at 5 pounds or so. dw has done everything to keep him alive and free of pain for months now when we didn't think he'd last through the summer. i'm dreading the day i have to take him to the vet, probably this or next week. he's had the life of riley, though, and will be missed.
sorry about being a downer.
here's the latest addition to our family, mush.
he loves to go in the shower after you're done, so i got him a shower cap.
dumb cat, lol.
A true lover of nature does not despair now that his mistress has turned a colder cheek.
Yeah, Patron is trying to get Jupiter with those ears. Latté has a neck, but she hides it when she's cold. I have to remember to take my camera to work and get pics of Nala. I had her in the office on Friday, her Mom is on vacation and she's being dog sat by the other two in the Medical Records office. She's making them crazy!
Location: I live in the Heartland of the United States - Western Kentucky
Oh, bucky, I'm so sad for you but I understand what it's like to part with a loved fur friend of so many years. We had a Siamese cat that we had to put down at 19. It was difficult for all of us because he was just the best, loving animal ever.
The children were so sad and my youngest son contributed his most prized possession, his R2-D2 bath towel, for Porky's burial. He was such a super kitty and even now, more than 26 years later, everyone still remembers him with great affection.
Your mush looks nearly identical to our Tumble. I guess kitties have doubles like people do.
Last spring Glenn's dog friend of over 12 years died. Sadie had been a valued part of his life through good and bad and he sorely missed her. Then, late in June, he went into town to run a short errand. Hours later I get a phone call. On the other end of the line there's this little boy voice saying, "What do you think about getting another dog?" Well, there's no way I could've said, "No." So, Harley, a boxer mix came into our lives. She's a blast and we think she's more boxer than mix. Her name was already Harley, which tells me that she was meant to be ours.
Today she is one-year-old. I'm pleased to introduce Miss Harley Davidson Howard:
"As a girl I had zero interest in the stove." - Julia Child
This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!