Friday, December 21, 2012

Pets Who Love Us Still

I'm continuing the pet pictures from last week. I've loved looking at these and reading the quips. These pets have literally saved some lives and helped heal some broken hearts. Isn't it amazing that God created pets that can love us unconditionally and provide such companionship and nurture? A big Thank You to everyone who shared their photos.   
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Sorry did not realize how blurry the pic was.  Here's a better one of Lexi girl from Dec. 2010!!
 
This is my oldest daughters Lexi, that stays with me while she is in her first year of college. Lexi has been such a comfort and protector in the past year!! She still misses her pawpaw though.
~Ollie A.
Here's my big boy, KC (as in KITTY CAT,) who keeps me company.  He weighs 24lbs and 13 oz., is long and tall, as you can see, compared to a 2 liter Pepsi.  Such a sweet giant, mild mannered and a scaredy cat!  He faithfully sleeps every night beside me on the bed.  He's almost 6 years old, found him in the classified ads as a little baby guy for $5, best buy I've ever made!  Who would have know he'd grow so big!  He really doesn't eat that much at home but he is an inside-outside fellow so I guess he "eats out" every night at the neighbors' houses.  When I take him to the vet in his carrier, it is all I can do to get him out of the car and inside!  Really, he doesn't look all that fat - he is just b.i.g.
 
Here's my big boy, KC (as in KITTY CAT,) who keeps me company. He weighs 24lbs and 13 oz., is long and tall, as you can see, compared to a 2 liter Pepsi. Such a sweet giant, mild mannered and a scaredy cat! He faithfully sleeps every night beside me on the bed. He's almost 6 years old, found him in the classified ads as a little baby guy for $5, best buy I've ever made! Who would have know he'd grow so big! He really doesn't eat that much at home but he is an inside-outside fellow so I guess he "eats out" every night at the neighbors' houses. When I take him to the vet in his carrier, it is all I can do to get him out of the car and inside! Really, he doesn't look all that fat - he is just b.i.g. ~Doris S. J.
This is my Molly, she loved her daddy so and still misses him, I can tell.  Everytime someone comes to the door she still think it is him coming home.  She gets excited, then when its not him, she turns and walks away.  Breaks my heart.  We are greiving together.
This is my Molly, she loved her daddy so and still misses him, I can tell. 
Everytime someone comes to the door she still think it is him coming home. 
She gets excited, then when its not him, she turns and walks away. 
Breaks my heart. We are greiving together. ~Susan C.
Our Georgia, when not dressed up.
She likes to crawl up on a wooden rocking chair and will look out the window. ~Beth A.
The reason I've been able to get out of bed every morning for the past 5 months! 
Actually...I'm not sure I would have made it this far with out them!
The reason I've been able to get out of bed every morning for the past 5 months!
Actually...I'm not sure I would have made it this far with out them! ~Deborah C.
The newest member of our family -- "Jade" or "Wild Thing", "Krazy Kat", "Mischief Maker".
from Beth A.

 
I have already told you about my pal, Fred, my Yorkie.  Though not as cuddly, understanding, and good to keep your feet warm...I also have two quarter horses that are twins.  We have had them since birth.  They are now 17 years old.  Though not a great picture, I thought i would share.  This is Harley and Davidson (we call him Dee).  They are just big babies.  He was a rescue that we saved because he was too small to survive.  We nursed him back to health and bought her also to keep brother and sister together.
I have already told you about my pal, Fred, my Yorkie. Though not as cuddly, understanding, and good to keep your feet warm...I also have two quarter horses that are twins. We have had them since birth. They are now 17 years old. Though not a great picture, I thought i would share. This is Harley and Davidson (we call him Dee). They are just big babies. He was a rescue that we saved because he was too small to survive. We nursed him back to health and bought her also to keep brother and sister together. ~Regina V.

 
These are my 3 puppies. Nemo (grey), Mica (black), and Buster (little). My buddies have been some of the best comfort to my daughter and I.
These are my 3 puppies. Nemo (grey), Mica (black), and Buster (little).
My buddies have been some of the best comfort to my daughter and I. ~ Tanya J.
This is Annie, one of my 3 outside dogs and my female Black Mouth Cur. My daughter bought her as a pup for her Dad when he was sick.... the anticipation of this puppy was what got him through brain radiation. Our other Black Mouth was hit and killed 2 months before Mark was diagnosed and he missed her so much. We only had her 2 months before he passed away, but it sure lit up his life. They are amazing dogs. She weighs about 60 pounds.
 
This is Annie, one of my 3 outside dogs and my female Black Mouth Cur. My daughter bought her as a pup for her Dad when he was sick.... the anticipation of this puppy was what got him through brain radiation. Our other Black Mouth was hit and killed 2 months before Mark was diagnosed and he missed her so much. We only had her 2 months before he passed away, but it sure lit up his life. They are amazing dogs. She weighs about 60 pounds. Joann B.
My inside dog, Toby. Got him in April of this year, my first time ever to have a dog inside but I wanted the company at night. He is a Coton De Tulear.. (cotton is french for cotton ) He is a good watchdog/alert dog but he is pushing my nerves with the potty accidents. Weighs about 12 pounds.  Other end of the spectrum for my dogs.
My inside dog, Toby. Got him in April of this year, my first time ever to have a dog inside but I wanted the company at night. He is a Coton De Tulear. (coton is French for cotton ) He is a good watchdog/alert dog but he is pushing my nerves with the potty accidents. Weighs about 12 pounds. Other end of the spectrum for my dogs. ~Joann B.

 

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