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Yes, it’s Ratterday-on-Bunday, and I don’t mean that strange little town in southeastern England. I went to the San Francisco Dungeon’s Rat Cafe yesterday, and it was… …a disappointing experience in more or less every way. I could have planned … Continue reading
Last weekend, I ran into two ‘Rangers’ in one day! This one is a big-un. And believe it or not, he’s only 7 months old.
I have in my notes that this pup is a Chihuahua Pomeranian mix, but nothing else about her. But I do remember her, because I was walking around near Ghirardelli Square a few weeks ago and ran across this dog, … Continue reading
Comet is such a sweetie, as you’ll see from the last of these pictures (which were not, obviously, taken by me, but by Comet’s mom.) I met her at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, also known as the … Continue reading
Don’t have any notes for these two, but I seem to recall that they were a little under a year old when I ran into them.
I realize I post a fair number of pictures of these guys, but hey… I like ’em.
No, this guy isn’t exactly wildlife: he’s a resident of the Aquarium of the Bay. But he is a native species, or at least I think he is.
Oh man. You all know I think giant schnauzers are awesome as it is, and it’s Zorro’s birthday today, so how could I not post him? He’s six years old, and he was clearly getting excited in the run-up to … Continue reading
Some of our local pack. (Or would it be ‘pride’?)
Courtesy of the Aquarium of the Pacific, which may not be quite on the level of the Monterey Bay Aquarium but is still pretty awesome.