I messed up a post last Friday, so I’m going to have to post it tomorrow for you, so you can see how I said goodbye to my old office. But, oh happy day, my new office is dog-friendly, so here’s who I got to say hello to when I moved in! (Unfortunately did not get a name, was too busy cuddling. Will get more pictures and a name soon though!)
Lovely border collie mix. Not sure what with.
Quite a well-behaved dog. And very attentive, especially if a treat was involved.
This picture and the next one were, I think, in the middle of a treat. That’s why they look so goofy.
He (she? can’t remember) wandered very quietly through the crowd during our company meeting today, gently collecting petting along the way. It’s so nice to have pups at HQ!
Just saw this walking by (in the neighborhood called the Dogpatch) and thought, ‘ooh, that’s neat.’ It’s funny the things I notice and the things I don’t.
Wish me luck: my company is moving in with another subsidiary of the same parent company tomorrow, which means I will be surrounded by strange people… and also by some people I don’t know! (Hah hah, I keed, I keed. You guys know I love you.)
Very, very urban.
Another kitty from KitTea. Or, rather, the same one, just no longer riding Autumn. This was definitely my favorite cat of the day. So friendly and sweet.
Normally direct eye contact is a challenge, but this cat clearly did not see things that way. She went straight from staring me in the eye to closing her eyes and showing off her belly.
Also, look at that: spots and stripes both! Such a pretty kitty. DO WANT.
A cocker to go with our springer. I ran into Daisy (10 months old) last year, and she did a little dance for me.
I have no idea what the harness difficulties were about.
Whatever it was, though, it took a while to resolve.
Look at those fuzzy feets.
Dogs with freckles.
I saw Sasser this evening, and I just had to post her. She’s just three months old. I forgot to ask what breed she was, but I think she’s a springer. She could be a cocker, though. I can say with absolute certainty that she is SO. ADORABLE.
She was pretty calm…
…until I got near her and got her all worked up….
…at which point she got rather wiggly rather quickly.
It’s funny, but these days some of the weirdest things I see in San Francisco are in stores. It’s like the retail is getting stranger as the inhabitants are getting less. This doesn’t strike me as a fair exchange.
I am not honestly sure what part is for sale.
It are my birthday! (+2 points if you get the reference.) And for my birthday I went to KitTea for their occasional Caturday Morning Cartoons, which happened this time to fall on my birthday. And I took some pictures of some cute cats. This one liked to ride people’s shoulders.
I got climbed on exactly like this, by this same cat. But Autumn has all the pictures of that.
Did I mention I was wearing my cat onesie pajamas? Because I was wearing my cat onesie pajamas.