Discussion in 'General' started by 666painkiller, 27 Apr 2013.
Untoasted toast more like aha...
Exactly!! Untoasted toast hats! who does that - it's maddness I tell. MADNESS!!!
Miss monster found herself a bag...
George, more commonly known as Big G
6/7 years old, ginger, solid as a rock, built like a barrel and as thick as 2 short planks but very much loved by everyone! Will happily love you back if you have food to share...
DSC_4439 by dan-morris, on Flickr
Pickle; normally found sleeping or being scared of everything.
Toffee; looking alert for a change.
Toffee again; how he normally looks!
Mr. Pablo, Rex Brownium. He was a Burmese. He passed a year and half ago at 17. He was an imposing figure in our household. Live and ruled on 3 continents.
Ms Marie, The Sumbering Death™. She's a 16yo mackerel Tabby. She old, angry and heavily armed. Current dominatrix of the house, she visits pain and fear on the dogs. She was my wedding present.
Lucita, The Dachshund of War™. An 11yo Dachshund/Jack Russell mix; she was bred from two of the most hardy, fearless, stubborn, and totally insane breeds that exist in known space. Shaped by her abandonment in South Africa, she has more scars then a platoon of marines.
Secundo, TerrierX™. A 5yo SA township dog who's mutant power comes to shine when people try to guess what breed he is. A true chimera who specializes in humping larger dogs and seducing adult human women. This *is* the Old Spice/Dos Equis dog.
"Roger, tower, runway 392 north is clear for take off, 3 knots crosswind from the east."
My hound, Freja. RIP puppy
Trying out the camera on my new toy. Here's Lizzie, sleeping in the autumn sun:
So, we have a couple of new arrivals since my last posting in here.
First up is Mr Winston (aka Ginge), he's about a year and a half old now
And then there's young master Freddie:
These two have both come to us from Nottingham's Kitty Cafe and have done exactly what we hoped they would do in terms of getting along (they never met at the cafe beforehand). When they're not chasing each other, they're curled up with occasional cleaning:
This is a thread I can get behind...
My tiny little Fry just after we got him 4 years ago:
LOOK AT THE LITTLE TOE-BEANS!
It would be great if they stayed that size. But even though he's a lumbering idiot these days, he's still an adorable lumbering idiot...
While not strictly mine I look after Jeffery the guide dog from time to time when his owner is away. Lab Retriever cross, very very relaxed nothing phases him, hes a leaner though so you fuss him he will lean on you then slowly fall over, as below
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