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We were on a walk in Alameda, CA on Memorial Day

 

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We were on a walk in Alameda, CA on Memorial Day

 

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Style!

Some dogs have style. Some dogs have more style than humans.

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I love your Patches!

I have a feral named Patches. She's white with gray tabby patches. We managed to trap her and get her fixed a few months ago. Really cute kitty, but she is afraid of being touched. We still feed her, though. Maybe she'll come around one of these days. I'd like to turn her into a pet.


Aw, that's cute.

Good luck with that.  Feral cats are tough.  They usually remain skittish as a pet.

post #49 of 86

 

This is Squeak, she's 23 years old.

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Edited by fatcat28037 - 6/3/11 at 4:30pm
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This is Paul. This photo was about a year ago, he is now 3.5 feet long. Squeak is staring right at him. I don't know if she knows what she is in store for?


Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/3/11 at 4:51pm
post #51 of 86

Here's an interesting friendship between a cat and an Owl.

 

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^ lol, great video!

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These are our dogs, Cassius and Captain.  Cassius is a red-nosed pitbull who we've rescued at 6 months old (he's 3 years old now).  Captain has only been with us for seven months now - we guess he is around 5-7 years old.  We rescued Captain from Kauai where he was used as a pig hunting dog.  He'd been attacked by another dog and was found scarred and battered licking his wounds in a car port.  The owner would not take him back because of his injuries so he was at the Kauai Humane Society and probably would not have lasted there as they only have limited funds and facilities, and an outbreak of kennel cough was causing them to put down many animals at that time. We'd guess he was mostly Catahoula Leopard Dog.  The first day together was a bit challenging (Captain had flown all the way from Kauai to Seattle in cargo), but they became fast friends, largely due to Cassius easy-going nature.  They are now best buddies.  Both of them are now certified therapy dogs so they occasionally make visits to hospitals and schools with my wife.  Cassius, the pitbull, has his CGC (Canine Good Citizen) and TT certification (temperament tested by ATTS).  Both dogs love other dogs and kids and are very tolerant of both.  So much for the bad rap, breed-specific B.S. - Cassius is my third pitbull.  All three have been amazing dogs, none of whom bore any resemblance to what media hype paints as the stereotype for the breed. 

 

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These are our dogs, Cassius and Captain.  Cassius is a red-nosed pitbull who we've rescued at 6 months old (he's 3 years old now).  Captain has only been with us for seven months now - we guess he is around 5-7 years old.  We rescued Captain from Kauai where he was used as a pig hunting dog.  He'd been attacked by another dog and was found scarred and battered licking his wounds in a car port.  The owner would not take him back because of his injuries so he was at the Kauai Humane Society and probably would not have lasted there as they only have limited funds and facilities, and an outbreak of kennel cough was causing them to put down many animals at that time. We'd guess he was mostly Catahoula Leopard Dog.  The first day together was a bit challenging (Captain had flown all the way from Kauai to Seattle in cargo), but they became fast friends, largely due to Cassius easy-going nature.  They are now best buddies.  Both of them are now certified therapy dogs so they occasionally make visits to hospitals and schools with my wife.  Cassius, the pitbull, has his CGC (Canine Good Citizen) and TT certification (temperament tested by ATTS).  Both dogs love other dogs and kids and are very tolerant of both.  So much for the bad rap, breed-specific B.S. - Cassius is my third pitbull.  All three have been amazing dogs, none of whom bore any resemblance to what media hype paints as the stereotype for the breed. 

 

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Amazing story, amazing picture, amazing dogs!

Thanks!
 

 

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This is Squeak, she's 23 years old.

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The oldest cat I have heard of (and which may hold the record) lived to 26 years old.

My family will be shocked to hear that you have a cat that is infact 23 years old.

post #56 of 86

Flicka and Loki: Border Collie and Border-Collie/Greyhound mix - both rescue dogs

 

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The oldest cat I have heard of (and which may hold the record) lived to 26 years old.

My family will be shocked to hear that you have a cat that is infact 23 years old.


I was amazed too when I first read the age of that cat, until I looked it up and although it's unusual housecats have been known to live into their 30s and even 40s! Anyways what a cute cat.

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Amazing story, amazing picture, amazing dogs!

Thanks!
 

 

 

Thank you, Kwkarth.  We feel lucky to have them.  My wife did a workshop at the Oregon Humane Society right nearby you (She works with dogs and does a lot of continuing ed and seminars, as well as volunteer work).  She was very impressed with that facility, and their adoption rate is really outstanding as I recall.  Love their ad campaign.... "End Petlessness"
 

 

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This is Squeak, she's 23 years old.

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Wow, that's really amazing.  When I was a kid we had a cat that lived to 20 and she really didn't look that great in those final years.  Squeak looks amazing for her age.

post #59 of 86

I see all these pet pictures, but I don't see any reviews or specs! Which have better bass, cats or dogs?

post #60 of 86

After Willie's first bath. Now that he's 6&1/2 he still shakes when it's bath time.  No pics now, he's bald for the summer.

 

 

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