Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Letitia, Dec 13, 2019.
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My beloved Jazzy (RIP). She was half Basset Hound, half Terrier.
Don't believe I'll ever stop missing my Sweet William, he's been gone 11 years now.
This little face sure helped ease the pain at the time.
Alcatraz loves hiding in the christmas tree branches, popping out and grabbing peoples fingers. It's a fun game for everyone involved.
Oh wow, I love that! God forbid my cat, Nikko, should catch me feeding another critter. One time he saw me feeding a hungry stray and he didn't sleep with me for 3 weeks. Jealous husband. See, he's giving me the Moby Dicker...
Haven't had a tree since my first cat.
Beautiful cat. Always had black/white tuxedos until Big Foot died. Not by design but the neighborhood strays over the years have been calico, striped, or orange.
Carli now weighs 74 which is approximately what a female shepherd is supposed to be give or take a couple. She turned 7 this last July 4th but doesn't at all look it. She is still fast as ever.
My last shepherd, Hogan, was a sable and went a muscular 110. I really miss him, big time. He knew commands in German, English and many many hand signals. He was also a certified therapy dog. We used to take him to our local VA hospital, children's hospital and other places. Put him through all his tricks. The vets and kids really loved him.
This was after I doused him with water after a long session playing frisbee.
AWW.....they are always missed.
Oh I'm sorry. I read Carl in your first pic and called Carli a he. I'm sure she could care less
These are my Siamese cats Neelix and Dax.
What the....!!! That looks like a tree frog. What the heck is it doing in your car? Aren't they kind of rare? Especially riding in cars, lol.
That's interesting. We have a lot of black/white strays around here. Nikko was one of them.
Have a good night everyone. My bum thumb is killing me and need to give it a rest.
Not my car, fb post that tickled me. Did have a frog hitch a ride last summer tho. Turned around and took him back to the neighborhood when it made its presence known.
When I was a teenager we had a shepherd named Shep (real original, I know). He was one of the best dogs we ever had (tied with Baby, my dad's Rottweiler/child). Shep would follow me everywhere, and we were inseparable. He'd follow the school bus, waited for me at the driveway when I got home, roamed the pastures with me on my misadventures, everything, he even saved me from a charging bull once by circling around and nipping at his heels as I ran away. Shepherds are a great breed, most loyal dog I've ever had the pleasure of knowing (besides a chihuahua that adopted me, funny enough).
Beautiful, are they related?
That had me LMAO. The end of the video was rather abrupt. I hope they were all ok.
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