Here's Zuzu's kitty, Ambrosia, in a world of roses. Have to wonder if kitty knows how lucky she is.
Do you have any drama to share in the garden? A feature, an experience, a plant?
October - drama in the garden
Great bear, Jo Ann.
Love the dog and his own private bench. How lucky can our pets get?
They just don't know how rotten. Love them all
and plants. Even if my DH does say they don't go
pirl, that is precious. I have a puppy, youknow how they tear up everything.
Lucas is going to be fine, he just has to grow a little older and calm down.
He hound, so I know he will settle down. What is Ollie? He is so cute.
Thanks. He's a Lhasa Apso we got from a shelter. He had been given up twice before we got him 5 years ago. He's been a very good boy and a very smart fellow for us.
Lucas has such a sweet face. Just adorable.
His Mommy got run over when he was five weeks old and I guess you could say he is
a rescue too, cause poor owner was so upset. But Lucas is a smart little dog He is not but about
six months old. He is the baby. I have three more. Plus the mule, 3 donkeys and chickens. Oh, and fish.
All my children have Fur, fins, or feathers. How about that?? Charleen
No college funds needed! Great deal. They don't talk back either.
Yes, indeed. The best of both worlds.
I like that.
Ben and Jerry! Too cute.
I've had dogs named Freddie and Mac (Freddie Mac - home mortgages), Fannie Mae and Ginny Mae (mortgage agencies). Bet you couldn't guess I spent my life in the mortgage business.
Happy belated birthday, ridesredmule! Sorry I missed seeing it yesterday.
Oh, thank you, pirl. It was a crazy day but I managed to make it.
Everyday is a stepping stone. Been great today. We had some
nice talks about our pets, so that made it wonderful. Thanks.
As long as your birthday was a happy one that's all that matters. Pets also don't tell neighborhood pets your age - another bonus.
Age, is only in your head. It is how you feel.
We all feel great here so we are ageless.
Play in the dirt, don't feel like it :-))))
even if we are "Old as dirt" We got it honestly.
Love the kitty cat, he takes his job seriously, desn't he?
Thats Jerry and he isnt the sharpest tack in the bunch but lovable for his nobel bearing and friendly greetings to everyone who comes into the yard
He is very handsome. I've never see many mules but I thought they looked more like donkeys. He looks just like a horse.
He's about 15 hands. He is a handsome fellow and a smooth walker. when you get on be ready to ride, cause that boy can move. He's too fast for this old woman. But he is sweet, I can brush him all over and behind. He is that gentle. My donkeys are about the same too. All are very sweet animals. I am not mean to them . Here you go, The Kids.
Annabelle, Isabelle and A.T. Monticello. My husband name A.T. and Isabelle is his Mom and Annabelle is his Auntie. These are Standard donkeys, the one with the cross on their shoulders. My sweet moochy babies.
I do love the turn of the head on the one at the left, the happy ears of the one in the middle and the hair on the one on the right. They all look lovable.
I've never seen a red mule, either. He's very handsome.
The dog on the bench: I want him !!!
aaah: Harry ! Did the tooth fairy visit him ?
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Thank you all. my babies would all be more than
willing to give you kisses. Especially if you brought
them an apple, tater chips, cookies, sweet potatoe,
they are not too picky. they don't care for tomatoes.
Can't figure out why.
Tomatoes are toxic to some animals, so they might know that. My daughters neighbors dog, a small pug type, came over and ate my daughters tomatoes, and the neighbors ended up taking the dog to the vet, and they kept him for three days for food poisoning. And it wasn't from something sprayed on the tomatoes, the vet said the tomatoes can be toxic to dogs.
"tomatoes can be fatal to dogs Tomatoes (plant and fruit) contain tomatine, an alkaloid related to solanine. As the fruit ripens, the tomatine is metabolized. Therefore, ripe tomatoes are less likely to be problematic for animals. Clinical signs of poisoning include lethargy, drooling, difficulty breathing, colic, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, widely-dilated pupils, paralysis, cardiac effects, central nervous system signs (e.g., ataxia, muscle weakness, tremors, seizures), resulting from cholinesterase inhibition, coma and death. (This information comes from veterinarians, and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.) (All parts of the plant except the tomato itself are poisonous to humans, although some people are sensitive to the ripe fruit also.) "
Amazing, isn't it how smart some animals are. These little donkeys and Charley are always looking around, they do get bored. They are like kids and get into things they shouldn't. Lord help you if you leave a door open to a shed. They want to go in and investigate to see if they can find something to eat. My DH calls them "Goats". They are almost as bad, but not quite, and they don't smell as bad as a Billy. They love to take Dust baths too.
Oh, she looks too sweet to be a terror.
So dainty, what is her name?