Sorry dear readers who tune in Mondays in the hopes of finding photos of adorable pets lounging on furniture, but I think this is going to be the last post of this series. I have been doing this for many years now, and submissions have been decreasing to the point where it seems like I should probably call it quits. I had a great time getting to know your pets and the photos have been awesome, a bright light on an otherwise dreadful start of each week. Thanks to everyone who has participated over the years.
This is Lola. She is a five year old Pug from The Hague Holland. She likes to hang out and watch people on the street on top of my blue vintage Chesterfield couch.
Sir Puss – he is part royalty and part cat model extraordinaire
- Ole & Gen (Victoria, BC)
This is Barney, one of our four "kiddens". All are rescues. Barney found us on a very hot July day, under the porch of my husband's family home in south Alabama. We love him so much!
- Gail (Birmingham, Alabama)
Here are a couple I took a few weeks ago, coincidentally both cats caught mid-yawn...
And a quick update about my 3 feral kitties. They're doing well...it is a slow process but they are noticeably less stressed by my presence. I have faith in Georgie, Frankie and Bernie that they'll become big affectionate babies like my other 5, and will be perfect adoption candidates.
Georgie, the last cat we rescued, and the shyest pre-rescue, to my surprise was immediately the boldest one post-rescue. I had to back up a bit to get this photo, that's how close she/he was to me here. So freaking cute, it's killing me to not be able to squeeze the crap out of them.
Georgie loves catnip. It is a tool I plan to use to drug them all so they won't know the wiser. ;) Look closely and you'll see all three.
Bernie was the friendliest outside, who had let me pet her for a couple of months before the rescue. She's not really into being touched now that I have ruined her life, and that breaks my heart. But she'll do just about anything for chicken. She came out of the cardboard structure after I snapped this photo and ate with me right there.