Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by 666painkiller, 20 Apr 2013.
My boys are growing up:
And young Master Freddie
Leila & Peanut :
latest pic of molly....
first time on stairs as we live in a downstairs flat.....
Snow Day for Dexter & Eli, atleast I have a bigger garden for them to explore now was great in the snow.
IMG_0547.jpg by Morgan Lee, on Flickr
IMG_0581.jpg by Morgan Lee, on Flickr
Poppy. We got her just over 6 months ago now.
A rescue from Dun-Roamin'Rehoming. Before she came to us she had known 5 former homes (2 failed rehoming attamatt) and passed around unwanted.
A 20 month old staffie cross (crossed with what ee don't know, my thought is pogo stick).
Lovely and friendly, but very excitable with a behsvbeha issues being worked on that are showing good progress.
Looking at her face, I want to say Staffie crossed with Jack Russel. Would explain the energy and bouncing too. The colouring would work too with the white parts with brown.
My nephew's cat, Wizzie:
She is I think too big for a Jack Russel, but there could be some in there from one generation.
My partner has sent off a DNA test, so we'll know for sure in a few weeks time. I'm still thinking Tazmanian Devil and Pogo Stick mind
We should take bets, I reckon a collie cross
/*edit*/ Ok, so the little guy has just been to the vet for his first set of shots and it appears that he is a she, so time for a name change, meet little Youki. Named after the seal/dog beasties in the Syberia games. Hopefully she is a little smarter than those are but just as lovable.
New arrival to the family:
This is Totoro, he's just over 9 weeks old and a Siberian-Ragamuffin cross. He's still very tiny but boy, can he shout. He has one of the most piercing squeaks that I have ever heard. We picked him up yesterday on a 250 mile round trip from Nottingham to Preston. We have two other cats as well, one just over a year old and the other just over two, neither of whom are entirely sure what to make of the new little guy. I'm sure that they will be fine after a week or so, they both grew up in the Nottingham Kitty Cafe so are very sociable cats who are used to other cats and kittens being around.
I have to say that sure, it is nice having a very small kitten, he is all sorts of cute, but I am looking forward to him being a little more self-sufficient like the other two are now. One thing's for sure, he's going to be the biggest of the three, given his lineage and the size of his dad.
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