And They Lived

Oct
17


….happily ever after.

Until Casper showed up.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 17, 2010  

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  1. 10-17
    2:47
    pm

    “Didn’t they teach you to be friendly?”

  2. 10-17
    3:39
    pm

    Is that Ms Sugar?

  3. 10-17
    3:45
    pm

    What sweet pictures. :yes:

  4. 10-17
    4:09
    pm

    We have the same issues at our place. 1 dog completely gets along w/ barn cat. Other 4 dogs would love to devour said barn cat… UGH!

  5. 10-17
    7:13
    pm

    :woof:
    He thinks he is a drill sargent–maybe?

  6. 10-17
    9:40
    pm

    Our poor cats have the same problem with our two big cat chaising dogs.

    They’ve been tree’d and caised onto the garden fence, a few times…
    :happypuppy:

  7. 10-17
    11:11
    pm

    My one cat was perfectly comfortable with two of our dogs. And then I had to go and bring Trey home. Trey thinks he needs to rid us of this varmint, the cat has decided being anywhere that is over five feet off the floor is good. It works out for the most part, but sometimes I just have to step in and stop the madness.

  8. 10-18
    9:00
    am

    I can just imagine what the cat is thinking! :whip:

  9. 10-18
    10:54
    am

    Casper looks like he might have been trying to start something….

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