Monday, May 29, 2006

My Fur Babies



















These pictures are of all our pets. The first picture is of our newest additions, Zoe (tabby) and Clover (black and white). Did you notice Clover looks like she has a milk mustache? *smile* When talking about the pair of them, we call them the "Little Rascals".

The second picture is of Gracie, our dog. She is 15 months old and is part German Shepherd, Chow, and Golden Retriever. I love her coloring! She likes to be in the middle of all the action happening around our home. She also loves peppermints!

The third picture is of Kitty. She is about 6 years old and weighs 10 or 11 pounds. One of her nicknames is "Little Fat Girl". No, she is not offended, but says she's pleasantly plump. *smile*

And finally, the last picture is of Zoe with Kayla. Zoe likes to be held like a baby and will actually let the girls wrap her up in a baby blanket and tote her around!

I love each one of our pets because they have such different personalities and their antics keep us laughing. Who wouldn't love those faces?

5 comments:

VintagePretty said...

Wow, what a house-full you've got! Your dog is gorgeous! We have an Alsatian/German Sheperd cross Lurcher, she's like an egyptian sphynx with beautiful kohl around her eyes.

A friend of mine had a cat, who was quite literally square - he could no longer get in and out of the cat-flap, or climb the wall anymore - so he was put on a diet (and hated every minute!).

Thanks for your comments :)

Lisa (Froggyhead) said...

So cute! The animals and Kayla. :)

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owlhaven said...

What big-eared kitties you have!!

Mary, mom to many

Searching For a Meaning said...

How wonderful to read about your pets as well as seeing the photo's too.

They do have a therapeutic part in our lives - with joy and humour along the way.

Thank you for sharing. Thank you also for your very kind comments - always appreciated.

Every good wishes from Scotland