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from A Tonk's Tail...err
Sunday January 25th, 2015 at 05:00 AMAllie: Mother, you need to bring the camera much closer for a proper Selfie. Trust me on this. (Seriously, what is it with the cats giving photostyling direction lately?) *** We're entering this in the Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by the kitties over at The Cat on my Head. Head on over and see all the other great entries! Sunday January 25th, 2015 at 04:44 AMThis handsome fellow is Clyde. He's a 6 year old Doberman Pinscher / Hound mix who was rescued from a hoarding situation in New York. Somehow he found himself at Wayside Waifs animal shelter in Kansas City, Missouri, where he's now looking for a loving forever home. Here's Clyde's adoption story: Hey everyone. My name is Clyde, and boy do I have a story to tell you all. So just pull up a chair, relax and let me tell you the story of a boy named Clyde. I came to Wayside after some of my... Sunday January 25th, 2015 at 03:52 AMHere's an interesting perspective o our trick, 'Danger!'<!-- start LinkyTools script --><!-- end LinkyTools script --> Click on the post title to continue reading. And visit my blog to read more! Woofs!
from Jan's Funny Farm
Sunday January 25th, 2015 at 02:00 AMPERCY: Have we got a Sunday Smile for your humans today! They should begin to limber up because they are going to want to keep up with the action. SAM: You're right. We've all been dancing in place with the video.MICAH: Sam, you're so big you have four left feet and a left tail.RUSTY: He's right, Sam. There's no other way for you to dance except in place.MERCI: Well, he Sunday January 25th, 2015 at 12:10 AM
Sometimes you look at the term special needs, and you just want to tear away the needs part. Honey Bee is special, period. A rescue from the island of Fiji, she now lives with her family in Seattle. Although Honey Bee is blind, it does not stop her from joining her humans on hikes in nature, as this video shows. She may not see the beauty around her, but she can smell it and hear it and appreciate it just as much as a sighted creature. Watch this video and see for yourself.
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