Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Thanatos, May 7, 2006.
This is Lex....I also had him make appearances in my Stonewood Trilogy of novels
Aww, I love orange cats. They're so cute. I like that you put him in your books too! I have a side project I'm working on that has little cameos from a few of the dogs I've had and fostered in the past. It's fun to include them in when you can.
So much adorable! I wish I could have a cat.
That's awesome to include kitty into the book!
I have a sequel planned next year where Lex will get an even bigger role ha ha.....!
Your kitty looks in much better shape than the cat living under my house... she is looking so ragged this summer I don't know what the heck to do about her! The stupid critter won't let me near her, nor is she eating the food I leave out... and I am not brave enough to encounter her under my house.
Sooooo many cute pet pics! I love the guinea pig one. We have a guinea pig too but she is short-haired. Guinea pigs have tons of personality. Our is hilarious. When I rub her ears she closes her eyes in ecstasy..lol. Every morning she starts screeching as soon as she hears anyone stir. If I had to guess at a translation I would think she was saying, "You stupid human, get in here and feed me RIGHT NOW!" Sometimes we call her "princess pig"... can't imagine why...
Lol, sounds like my parents cats. The moment a toilet flushes a chorus of meowing starts.
haha Ours does the same thing! My husband is basically the treat master. When she hears that he is awake or when he gets home from work she always squees for a yogurt drop. They are certainly good at getting their point across, aren't they? I'll have to post a picture of her now that she's all grown up. She's kind of grown into her fur so it isn't so long looking anymore, except she has a little tuft on each side of her head that look like little pigtails if they're sticking out. That sounds so cute about your piggy closing her eyes when she gets her ears rubbed. I love when Kirby purrs when she's being pet. Guinea pigs are just so much fun!
This is Patches on top and SuzieQ on bottom. We have a mini somewhere but he is old and honery so I didn't get his pic.
@Stormborn I tried to ride patches one day with just a lead rope like you were doing in your pic. Well I got a wild hair and kicked her into a trot.... Fatman + trot - saddle = fatman that thinks his arse is broken in the fall!!!
Oh and here is a pic of my DAWG!
@CheshireGrin : YES Guinea Pigs are wonderful pets. We've had hamsters and rats in the past too. Both were cute but had not the personality of our little princess pig.
Nice ponies you have there KW and it looks like your dawg likes to play "chase the stick".
I taught him that! Those big jawls hold an excessive amount of slobber! So whenever he wants love he picks up a stick or a rock or even heaven forbid a horse turd and comes a running! It's funny to see company shy away in horror when he runs at them slobbering on a big old horse turd! Lmao. Love that dawg!
hahaha... yup, the slobbery ones sure are cute!
Here is our kitty.. the most beautiful cat in the world
And here is our little "Princess Pig". She's hiding in my son's sweater...lol
Awww, they're adorable!
wow, that really is a handsome cat. Nice patches of black on the head!
Is she still destroying things? Or has she grown out of the destructive kitty phase now?
I always love seeing pictures of cats, but there are some cats that just instantly make you want to pick them up and cuddle them and give them all your love. She looks like one of those!
We got two guniea pigs too. Well my baby girls do. They are funny when you turn them loose and they jump around playing follow the leader. My Dawg eats cats tho... I love him!
Thank you! She really is a handsome cat. I'll have to post a picture of her when her winter coat comes in. She has black patches on her back too and the undercoat comes in white there, giving her a "frosty" sort of look at that time of the year.
She's better in the summer because she runs all her energy off outside. I can't count the number of times I've caught her on the roof of the house or 30 feet up a big tree. When it gets really cold and miserable outside she stops wanting to go out and chaos will reign once again. The kids love it. She's an endless source of entertainment and stalks and chases them all over the house.
She can be cuddly... but only on her terms. She's a fiesty, independent, little soul!
Eek! Better keep him away from the pigs too then I guess!
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