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Old 02-19-2014, 06:56 AM
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Our kids at play

Just for fun,,,
Here are a few pictures of our two kids at play.
One of their favorite toys is a rolled up paper ball.
Brumby likes to play with it everywhere in the house.
And will play by himself at night up and down the basement stairs.
Callie likes to chase it on the carpet. ( Ladylike )
When she is playing sometimes her tail attains full puff. ( really beautiful )
They also have other things to do, but the ball, and a string are their favorites. ( of course we keep strings and such put away
when not using )
If you want to see some of the live action,,,
Feel free to check out our videos on youtube.
Just type in,
callie and brumby
hit enter,,, and you can find them,,,
also the callie and brumby home page too.
Enjoy the pictures, and videos,
Gary
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:12 AM
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Beautiful. Nice action shot! It is amazing how he smallest thing can keep them amused for hours.
When I eat a Klondike Bar, our youngest will wait patiently for me to scrunch up the foil wrapper and throw it to her.

I also love it when they fluff out their tails. Looks huge, even on short-haired cats.
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:51 AM
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Here is my helper!
here name is Miss Kitty.
She was adopted from the animal shelter 2 years ago, when my other kitty got a kidney infection and we had to put her to sleep.
Kitty is not actually helping in either pic, but let me tell you, so is most help full when the yarn crafts come out.
she likes to grab one end of the yarn and run out of the room!





Here is a pic of my dog-Annie- she doesn't help at all-
she's afraid of the world!( rescued her from a puppy mill- they did bad things to her and messed her up)




and here is the new dog, Rocko, i am hoping to pick up by sat. if the snow ever stops! ( i am hoping this young man can help turn my other one around!)


( picture difference -my phone takes way better pics then my ipod and it's not even a smart phone!)
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:30 AM
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Very nice. I got Calico Gal back from being spayed today, and it turns out five unwanted kittens did not make it into the feral world. She's very wobbly and her eyes are still dilated, so unfortunately she has to stay in for a while. But the 'colony' won't be getting bigger from breeding.

And here we have Bootsie, Lincoln and Brooks
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Old 02-19-2014, 01:24 PM
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Great action shots Gary. You need a camera with a fast shutter speed to get decent photos of cats. They usually turn away just as you snap the picture.

And it is nice to see everyoneís cat (and dog) helpers.

Vermin_King, thatís good work you are doing with the feral colonies. We have had a couple feral colony refugees with the clipped ears. Interestingly, they have been some of the nicest, friendliest cats. You can see Franklinís clipped ear in the photo below. He is the cat in the middle. Cats do love their boxes.

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Old 02-19-2014, 08:04 PM
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Lisatnp,
Beautiful Miss kitty.
Looks like a good modeling helper.
And your two doggies are cute too.
Hope Annie gets better for you.
I really dislike folks that mistreat our four legged children.
Glad you could rescue her and give her a nice life.
Hope Rocko is good for her.
Jagolden,,, and John,,,
Thanks for the comments on my photography.
I grew up with a camera in my hand.
My Dad got me started when I was four years old.
And he owned a camera and sound store in the 1960s.
I agree with you that you have to anticipate the shot when
taking pics' of cats or dogs. ( or some humans too )
The advancement of digital cameras has made it tons better
for taking lots of pics' to get the right shots.
( at least we don't waste film like we used to. )
And Vermin King,,,
I too applaud your efforts in taking care of your roaming Kitties.
Even though I morn the loss of the Kittens,,, you are
doing great things with them.
Hope your vet cuts you a break on the cost of their care.
Best regards to you all,
Gary
PS,,,
John,,, love the picture of all three sharing the box.
We have two boxes, A cat carrier with towels inside and the door off,
and a Kitty tent for ours in the living room.
Here is a picture of Callie in the tent.
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:19 PM
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Hi pet fans'

This is our group:

Butch adopted us
We adopted Tinkerbell.

George
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Old 02-20-2014, 09:47 AM
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For those who think dogs are smarter than cats, I present this-

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Old 02-20-2014, 11:26 AM
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Here is mine cat.
She is a Selkirk rex.
Cute but very naughty.
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Old 02-20-2014, 11:33 AM
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Here is mine cat.
She is a Selkirk rex.
Cute but very naughty.
Pretty. She looks so innocent.
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