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These Superbowl 50 (excuse me, Superb Owl 50!) logos that were placed around the city were amusingly defaced almost before they were finished being put up. I’m no sports fan, so it was no great loss to me. In fact, at … Continue reading
I’m not sure what the floofy one is, but that’s one dubious dachshund in the foreground there. I’m thinking he didn’t want his picture taken. Sorry, pup!
I ran into Tommy (12-ish) at the ticket desk at San Francisco Airport, but wasn’t able to get any good pictures of him due to lighting conditions and speed. I was a little disappointed, but I figured, ah well, maybe I’ll get … Continue reading
Autumn sent me another picture of E. V. that I just had to post.
I love it when this happens: someone ran across a picture of what she is sure is her cat on my blog. Apparently someone put up a couple of Macy’s window kittens up for adoption on craigslist in March, because … Continue reading
Took this one years ago. This was a booth for the Animal Rescue Foundation (Tony La Russa’s organization) with a surprisingly willing mascot, with a surprising array of adjectives: long-haired tiger tabby calico… cat.
In keeping with the theme from yesterday, I present you two pups I ran into a couple weeks ago: Abbe, a five-year-old border collie/something-or-other mix, and Ashley. Ashley is a border collie mix too, though it’s kind of hard to … Continue reading
Honestly, I don’t have the faintest idea what store this is. I didn’t really notice the slightly disturbing dancing … child jester? Not until I was doing a quick edit. Well, whatever the place is, it can’t be all bad, … Continue reading
I don’t spend a lot of time taking pictures of pigeons, but this one amused me. I took the pictures, and then I went and moved the chip bag out of the street, because although I admit to not being … Continue reading
Bumper (3) is also known as ‘Bumpy’ and ‘Bumps’, although she does not have more bumps than the average dog. Exactly why this is is a mystery unknown to science.