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    Pets enrich our lives, even more so when we find our lives limited by this nasty disease.
    I thought it would be fun to have a thread where we could share photos or stories about the animals that touch or have touched our lives.
    Here's pics of my two cats, Cooper and Sparky. They have such different personalities.
    And another pic that my daughter sent yesterday, of her dog, Dahlia with my little grandaughter, Tula.
    Before I had a REAL grandchild, I used to call Dahlia my grandaughter!A GIRL AND HER DOG.jpgcooper.jpgSparky.jpg


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    Joan - I have already gushed at other times about the baby and Dalhia. This time Sparky caught my eye! What a beautiful portrait and Sparky is cooperating.

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    You can tell to look at those cats that they have very different personalities. Very handsome cats but I'm partial to gray cats.
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    Sam is black and white. Mix those together, and you get gray. Does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuthatch View Post
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    Pets enrich our lives, even more so when we find our lives limited by this nasty disease.
    I thought it would be fun to have a thread where we could share photos or stories about the animals that touch or have touched our lives.
    Here's pics of my two cats, Cooper and Sparky. They have such different personalities.
    And another pic that my daughter sent yesterday, of her dog, Dahlia with my little grandaughter, Tula.
    Before I had a REAL grandchild, I used to call Dahlia my grandaughter!A GIRL AND HER DOG.jpgcooper.jpgSparky.jpg

    They are soo cute. Your grandbaby is a cutie. How prpud you must be. Yrs animals enrich our lives so much. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
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    Sam is black and white. Mix those together, and you get gray. Does that count?
    Your Sam is in a class by herself.
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    sweet kitties,,

    I have a Springer Spaniel named Samantha we call her Sam/Sammy,, she is beautiful black and white,, and way to smart,, she is my sidekick, when I go on my scooter,, and is Joes buddy ,,also a horse named Gnat,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
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    Sam is black and white. Mix those together, and you get gray. Does that count?
    Sounds logical to me lol
    The early bird catches the worms~~~~~that means, I wake up early and have worms. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegakafarmgirl View Post
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    sweet kitties,,

    I have a Springer Spaniel named Samantha we call her Sam/Sammy,, she is beautiful black and white,, and way to smart,, she is my sidekick, when I go on my scooter,, and is Joes buddy ,,also a horse named Gnat,,


    Thats so cool that your poochie gets on your scooter. I love thst.

    Hope you are doing well or better than yesterday.

    Talk to agsin soon.

    Much love & peace
    The early bird catches the worms~~~~~that means, I wake up early and have worms. lol

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    My last pet in my Avatar was my little love puppy.Passed away 2 years ago now.
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