Highly Opinionated

Dogs feel very strongly that they should always go with you in the car, in case the need should arise for them to bark violently at nothing right in your ear. - Dave Barry

Boys 2 Men

Kittens Casey (L) and Corey (R)

Casey Adult

Corey Adult

First of all, it was October, a rare month for boys. ― Ray Bradbury

Snow Cat

winterized feline  
metal parts frozen in snow 
keeping his chin up 

Paws N Reflect

When all is quiet, it's a good time to paws N reflect. - Shelagh Duffett

Mesmerizing Rain

Do not be angry with the rain;
it simply does not know how to fall upwards.
― Vladimir Nabokov

If You're Going to Frisco

Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair... ― Susan Polis Schutz

Prayer of a Homeless Cat

Prayer Of A Homeless Cat
A soft bed in the corner,
A dish beside the door;
Bells and balls and catnip toys,
Scattered on the floor.
A bowl of fish or chicken,
Every Single Day;
A tummy full, not empty,
For this Dear Lord, I pray.
Please guide me heavenly Father,
Somewhere above the sky,
To a place to call my own,
That’s safe and warm and dry.
A gentle hand to smooth my fur,
A lap to call my own,
Being loved and cherished,
And never more alone.
-Author Unknown

Bet Ya Can't Eat Just One

Cats are like potato chips....it's hard to have just one!

Best Buds

Friends are like the stars that glow in the sky... 
you don't always see them, 
but you know they're always there overhead, 
and even when it's cloudy, snowy or stormy, 
even when the power goes out and you're trapped in darkness, 
they'll always find a way to shine through to you. 
― Rebecca McNutt

internet photo

Acquiring a Dog

Acquiring a dog 
 may be the only opportunity 
 a human ever has 
 to choose a relative. 
 – Mordecai Wyatt Johnson

Woody's Words of Wisdom

If a dog will not come to you 
after having looked you in the face, 
you should go home 
and examine your conscience. 
— Woodrow Wilson

One Tongue

Nature has given us
two ears, 
two eyes,
and but one tongue-
to the end 
that we should hear
and see more 

than we speak. - Socrates

Kneading aka Happy Feet


AILUROPHILE...One who loves cats...ETYMOLOGY: Greek ailouros, cat + –phile. The term comes from Herodotus, the Greek historian who called the cats that he found in Egypt "ailuroi" - tail wavers. 

Gentle Giants

Great Danes at play

Mirror Image

broken mirror 
the image of a cat
 chasing butterflies