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I think my dog broke…


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Finally!  Friday!  This week’s fido is JayJay:


Who can resist this smile?

(pictures property of One Tail at a Time Rescue)
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Thanks to my sister for these pictures.

In this post I’d like to introduce you to the ancient art of dog-stretching:

First, warm it up with a nice hug.

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I Love a Good Poppy


Something Awful user Moot1234 says:

I think the day has finally come. I FINALLY know I’ve been on the internet too long because I just google image searched “square wombat poop”.


Cat shaped dresses – just what I need to permanently scar my husband with fear…

Cautious Kitty Meets Musical Mouse – Bouncy bouncy!

A good lesson on dog body language.

Dogs vs. Sprinklers!

Tips on helping with dog car sickness.

Grand Old Dogs Senior Sanctuary just opened!

And some adorable pet outfits.



The weeks feel like they move pretty quickly in the summer.  It’s a shame – I’d love to savor the weekends, somehow fit in everything I want to do!

This week’s meowser is Kallista!  She is a picture of beauty and mystery:

Gorgeous Eyes

(photos property of SARL)

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Oh my goodness – just look at his face!


(image property of the RISPCA)

Look at those big sad eyes – how could you say no?  You can’t, that’s now.

Clyde is meant to be your little guy and, deep down, you know it.  He is a two year old pug/boston terrier mix currently waiting for you at the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RISPCA).  He needs your help and he needs it now!  Clyde is neutered, house trained, up to date on his shots and just bursting with love and energy.  How can you pass by this face and not want to bring him home?

Quite frankly, I’m tempted, but I’m pretty sure my husband would have some sort of mental break down if I brought home another pet…

ANYWAY, Clyde is at the RISPCA in Riverside, RI.  Their webpage can be found here and he also has a Petfinder page with information.

What?  It isn’t Friday yet?  Grumble grumble.

Summer is awesome.

This weeks quote comes to you courtesy of Skizzles of Something Awful:

I had a friend in high school whose fat cat would madly hump this stuffed monkey toy they had. It was really awkward to just be sitting in the dining room, carrying on a conversation, while Gizmo slowly and silently molested this worn-out looking monkey in the corner.

Cat Chat on Adopt A Cat Month.

I’ve got to get Zoso this hat so he can finally fit in.

My dog is half the dog Cohen is…

Funny how pets just eat up your cash sometimes…

So much disapproval.

Pets and Their Vets sounds like a cute show.

Great dog playing action shots!

Of Pit Bulls and Patience asks the hard questions.

Bailey lost the good fight, surrounded by those who loved him.  Or perhaps he won.

Mushroom dudes around on the couch.

A walk through a wilderness wonderland!

Have a beautiful day, people and pets!

So shortly into kitten season we find ourselves diving into Adopt-A-Cat month!


Adopt-A-Cat Promotion


Brought to you in June by American Humane Association

Spring … season of tulips, lilies, daffodils – and cat adoptions!

Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff are ready to help you adopt your very first cat — or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat!


  1. If you’re thinking about adopting a cat, consider taking home two.
  2. Find a cat whose personality meches with yours.
  3. Pick out a veterinarian ahead of time and schedule a visit within the first few days following the adoption.
  4. Make sure everyone in the house is prepared to have a cat before it comes home.
  5. Budget for the short- and long-term costs of a cat.
  6. Stock up on supplies before the cat arrives.
  7. Cat-proof your home.
  8. Go slowly when introducing your cat to new friends and family.
  9. Be sure to include your new pet in your family’s emergency plan.
  10. If you’re considering giving a cat as a gift, make sure the recipient is an active participant in the adoption process.

For more information on how you can help, please visit the Adopt-A-Cat Month! website.



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