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Furry Friday ~ Sleepy Critters


Cameo.
My physco kitty.
So loveable one moment, biting the next b/c
you were petted in the "wrong spot".
Never a dull moment with you.




My dear, sweet old gal Katie.
My heart aches knowing my days are limited with you
but I'm cherishing every moment God lets you stay.
Sleeping with your eyes open
dreaming of the days when you were younger
and your body cooperated with you more.



Rio.
My sweet, loveable, goofy blue guy.
Dealing with summer time allergies turns you into a hot mess,
but we deal with it the best way we know how.



Peaches.
Sister of Cameo.
Fluffy, fuzzy, tickle my nose kitty.
You insist on sleeping practically in my face
and drool all over my shirt.


My animals may get on my nerves but I wouldn't change any of them for the world. They may make me work more cleaning up after them but that's the price I gladly pay to have the companionship, love and laughter they give me daily.

Comments

  1. Another wonderful post, partially because I know the kritters (and have been drooled on by one of them), but mostly because the love you have for them comes thru so clearly. It's obvious that they are very important to you and that you value them - as you should. They are God's gifts and it's our job to take care if them. And you do that for your four four-leggeds with love, and compassion.

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