Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by nnnumb, Mar 4, 2009.
OMG so cute
So Cute!!!!!! Here’s my baby who’s can actual terror right now.
I got Pinot almost two months ago and I am absolutely smitten. He's a distant relative to another Boston I had 25 years ago and miss terribly, but he has a completely different personality and it's been a joy getting to know him/serve as his pillow.
Here is my baby Percy.
My best gal pal
OMG she is a Queen! Chow Chow?
@Solenciennes what's the story I think you mentioned she's a rescue?
Rehomed her, the couple who had her were meant to get a different puppy from the same breeder but it died so they were on a waiting list for the next litter as they’d already paid for a puppy; in the meantime they split up before she arrived so it was just the wife living in the house with their two kids and two other dogs and it was starting to become a bit of a welfare issue for everyone. The husband was looking for a new home for her and he’s friends with one of my friends’ mum so we got in touch through her and that was that!
Ruby the aussie collie!
This is my little polar bear of a queen. She rules the roost and she knows it. I spoil her to bits, but she’s been my lifeline throughout this crisis in so many ways. I’m lucky to have her.
Imagine being this lucky?
I’m always flattered when an animal chooses to nest in my home - unless we’re talking wasps, snakes, mice, and rats.
At my boyfriends place (which is almost in the woods) there was a bee-like insect that would come every year via the balcony door and create these tiny muddy nests inside a book and then visit them every now and then even after we left for a week or so (and the apartment was shut off). So cute.
We had a wattlebird who would show up and yell at me until I hand-fed him fruit from the balcony I begrudgingly looked after and dubbed "Shithead".
In typical male fashion, he wore me down, won me over and then disappeared after three or four weeks.
*Much worse again, my sister's cat dumped her for her next door neighbour shortly after she gave birth to her son (working, single Mum, etc). Worse still, homeboy would still pop over the fence every now and again to have a look and say hello from a distance before promptly heading off again.
Savage, but I also kind of stan his attitude.
King said 'no babies, I am the baby'.
Perhaps not pet goals... but anyone who hasn't seen "Baxter" from the late 80s should check it out. Same (terrifying) energy!
We’ve finally started to let our nearly 6 month old cat out on his own now that he’s neutered, chipped and has a collar (the safe, quick release kind of course!) with my phone number and postcode on it. He’s only out for short bursts during the day (would prefer to not have him out at night) and so far so good. Anyone got any additional tips for getting cats used to the outside? He has great instincts and seems to love the outside world which is a good start. I do prefer him to be an indoor kitty but he’s always looking to go out and it seems unfair to coop him up!
I'd be worried sick! But also recognise the need. My London friend who I sometimes cats for lets his cat outside all day but secures the flap during night time. He loves being out and plays with baby foxes hehe.
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