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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Getting back to some more recent pictures… I ran into this pup on Market Street, and was instantly smitten. I had to run to catch up. Sadly, it was pretty dark, so most of my pictures came out blurry, but … Continue reading
Still snuggly after all these years! The second dog in the last picture is this German shepherd I posted earlier this year, who likes doing funny things with her water bowl.
Yay! I’ve finished off the Macy’s kittens BEFORE the next crop arrived!
Two Yorkshire terriers meet a Labrador retriever mix and work out things pretty nicely. Ugh. I got a flu shot two days ago. Halfway through yesterday I felt like I’d been dragged through a knothole and it’s not a lot … Continue reading
In celebration of Autumn’s birthday, something unusual for today. (Plus I just love these guys because they’re awesome.)
Autumn will need to weigh in on this one. I like him, though. Sorry for the brief post. Lots to do.
Polo is twelve years old. And just as ridiculously cute as he was when he was twelve weeks old.
I just discovered that it’s been well over half a year since I’ve posted a husky! THIS MUST NOT STAND! Especially while Asia here can also sit, lie down, roll over, do ‘downward-facing dog’, and fetch you your slippers. And … Continue reading
Well, this one’s a bit of a puzzle. I ran into her (?) almost a year ago now. In fact, on the same day, I ran into an Australian cattle dog mix named McNabb and a Australian kelpie mix named … Continue reading
I thought I ought to post these before Macy’s put out this year’s crop. Remember: adoptable kittens (from the SFSPCA!) and puppies in the Macy’s Union Square windows, starting on Thanksgiving weekend and ending around New Year’s. Come visit, and … Continue reading