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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by John in Covina, Nov 19, 2006.
Sorry to hear that! He looks like a Nobel Beast.
Thanks for the sentiments, guys!
So sorry to hear this Harv.
Me too Harv, and my sympathies. At least you have a chance for a long goodbye.
Thank you Mike and Greg. It is nice to have him around a little while longer.
Geez, that is a shame! It makes me wonder how much longer I have with my 15 year old cat. She is an outdoor cat and she greets me every morning when I leave and waits for me every eveing when I get home.
You have my condolences. I hope it is more a year than 6 months.
Thanks James. Fingers crossed.
OK, this isn't my pet but I ran across this badass waiting for his owner outside a store in Cannon Beach, Or. and had to share
^ Awesome ^
Great shot, Mike!
Mike, one of the best pet photos.
Agent Smith has taken over the boys domain.
That is not taking over. He is holding them hostage for kibble.
That sounds about right. lollol
It has been a month of ups and downs. Three weeks ago I adopted this sweet boy from the Mid Atlantic English Springer Spaniel Rescue (MAESSR). His name is Bandit, he's ten years old (and acts like he's three) and he is blind in the left eye but that doesn't seem to affect him.
Pardon the hairy carpet. I need to get a new belt for my Kirby and I keep forgetting.
Then one week ago I lost Hunter at age 12 due to a brain tumor. This is one of the very last photos I took of Hunter, taken just three weeks ago.
I only had Hunter for eleven months, having adopted him through MAESSR last November.
Now for the next "up" on this roller coaster ride. This evening I was just offered (out of the blue) this guy:
I hadn't even put in an application for him and they contacted me. Just amazing! Yes, I will be adopting him.
Nice work KilroyCD.
Sorry to hear about your loss.
My better half and I spent much of this past Saturday building a fire pit in our yard. We're hoping it will begin seeing much use as the fall oyster roast season is almost upon us. While building codes can be rather relaxed here in rural North Carolina, I'm confident our fire pit is safe and well constructed. Maggie required that it undergo a through cat scan before she would approve it for operation.
Let's see: brick, double wall brick construction and a rock base. It passes inspection.