Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Today is Pet Day and also Playing Cards Giveaway!

Today I want to share pictures of my adorable pets.
 
Traveler is my son's dog. Do you ever try to figure out what your pet is thinking?
I do. Traveler is trying to decide what mischief to get into next.
 
Most of you are familiar with Tiger. He's thinking, Nanananana, you can't catch me now.
 
Patches is dreaming of catching mice and birds and anything that moves.
 
Twins. Now they're not pets, but they like to visit.
 
Isn't this a beautiful moth. It paid us a visit a few days ago too.
 
Thanks for letting me show you these lovely animals.
 
And don't forget the playing cards giveaway.
 
 
 
 
 


a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. Cute pets. Traveler an Australian Heeler?

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    1. Yes, Alex. Traveler is an Australian Heeler that adopted us. His story of how he possibly saved my husband's life,is in "Chicken Soup for the Soul, What I Learned from the Dog." He's getting old now, but still perky.

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  2. Wonderful pet photo's Beverly. I had a cat identicle to Patches.Her name was Tabitha and for the last four years of her life she was diabetic, I had to give her insulin shots every day.
    Happy Pets Day to yours.
    Yvonne.

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    1. That's so sad, Yvonne. We get so attached to our pets they're part of the family. I think calicos are subject to diabetis. My pets say "Thank you" for the Happy wishes.

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  3. Beautiful kitties. I had a Tiger growing up.

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    1. Tiger's our little orphan that showed up one day needing a home and love. He's been with us almost eight years now. His story's in a Chicken Soup for the Soul book.

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  4. haha sure interesting to try and figure out what runs through their heads. Great shots indeed.

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    1. So true, Pat. Animals fascinate me. My son says I give the cats more attention than I ever did him. :) He could be right.

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  5. Tiger is gorgeous and I love Patches' patches. Like Diane, I had a cat named Tiger growing up, too. :)

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    1. Tiger seems to be a popular name, and I thought I was being original. :) Thanks, Chrys. I love them both.

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  6. That is the coolest moth I've seen! I tend to be irritated by them as we had oodles when we moved into our house years and years ago, but that one is pretty neat looking:)

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    1. It is a lovely moth, Karin. It was gone the next morning. I often wonder where they go. Besides your house. :) Glad you don't have so many now.

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  7. Cool cards. I have a moth who visited me several times this summer. It was a pretty polka-dotted moth that feeds off oleander shrubs. I love your pics.

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    1. Thanks, Medeia. L. Diane is so creative. I've never seen a polka-dotted moth. Sounds lovely.

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  8. You have a menagerie over there! I wasn't sure about using rafflecopter for this either, but looking at Alex's made me decide it was best. Then it took me about 2 hours to remember how to use it and to correct all the typos and bad links in the info display. Argh! But you've got the hang of it now so it'll be easier in the future! :)

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    1. Yep, Lexa, living in the country is fun. We have a nest of baby rabbits in the back yard. The cats are not so happy since I won't let them out until the babies are big enough to leave. They have a tough live as it is. I hope you're right and rafflecopter and I will eventually understand each other.

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  9. Pets are the best. I can be having the worst day and snuggling with my dog makes it all better!

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    1. You are so right, Stephanie. Our pets seem to know when we need a little loving, like a wet kiss to the chin.

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