As much as I’ve talked about my experiences in the field of dog and cat servitude it is not my actual job; that involves a different animal altogether.
This was the only shot I could get before Morph ruined it by being too curious.
When you have adults cats who’ve lived together their entire lives you get scenes like the one above. Continue reading “Caturday: Snuggle Bruggers”
Graham likes to howl. I found this out one day years ago by being silly and saying “dog, daawg, daaaaaaaaawg” and much to my surprise he started singing along with me!! He will howl with other people but nothing else seems to set him off; not fire trucks, not police cars, not other dogs.
Since I discovered his talent we’ve been having sporadic singalongs. It’s noisy, it’s ear splitting, and it’s NEVER. NOT. FUNNY.
My mom was over last night and took this picture of our duet. She’s threatening to take video next time!
OK, by popular demand I’ve included a video of a previous singalong. I don’t think the vocal are a polished as other performances and there was some hijinx from the road crew. Enjoy!
Have a hole that needs to be dug in your yard? Don’t care where it’s located, or how big it is? Continue reading “Hershey’s Earthworks”
So I was crying because of Carl Sagan. Or spots. Or both. But most likely because of spots.
Let me explain.
Perch has had many years to perfect the art of door dashing. He’s gotten locked in the bathroom on numerous occasions, and gets out the front and back doors at least a couple of time a year. These escapes are usually short lived as he is nabbed and returned to the house in short order. The key word in that last sentence was “usually.”
A few weeks ago my mom was over, Continue reading “Caturday: Escaperon”