Dog Lover

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Kitten is the most dog-lovin’ cat I’ve ever had. (That moppy thing he’s napping next to is Dookie.)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 30, 2009  

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  1. 12-30
    6:54
    am

    Where’s Little? And, what does he think about this?

  2. 12-30
    7:15
    am

    :snowman: :woof: :snowman:
    Now that is a sweet picture, Look at the contentment on Kittens face, I am sure Dookie looks the same– you know that saying, so tired I dont know which end is up? I can sort of see that here with Dookie. Our baby is a Shih-tzu that we rescued, they are sooooo loving. I would have a houseful if I could. How could you not love animals? I dont trust anyone that doesnt.
    JO

  3. 12-30
    8:08
    am

    Looks like a beautiful friendship. Cats have such expressive faces :)
    It’s hard to tell which end is which with Dookie :lol:

  4. 12-30
    9:26
    am

    :lol: I agree with Kerri, which end is which on Dookie? It doesnt seem to matter to Kitten though….. :lol:

  5. 12-30
    10:24
    am

    Kitten is spreading the love! Have a wonderful New Year Suzanne!

  6. 12-30
    10:28
    am

    Peaceful! Not a care in the world. They know their needs will be met by Mama Su.

  7. 12-30
    10:41
    am

    That was actually Dookie’s back end, but it’s true that both ends look the same, LOL.

  8. 12-30
    10:45
    am

    So cute! I think Dookie is adorable. Happy Happy New Year Suzanne and all readers!!!!
    :snoopy: :hug:

  9. 12-30
    11:13
    am

    I once lived on property and had a sweet, rescued goat, Little Ann, and chickens and a couple of ducks and bunnies and such. I homeschooled my two children and worked alongside my husband. Today my children are grown and my husband is gone and I now live in town with just my little westie, but I still can and bake and do handiwork. Someday I hope my life will match my heart once again, but until then, I am enjoying the stirrings of memories I have when I read your blog.

  10. 12-30
    11:19
    am

    If Kitten could talk I’m sure he would say: “Love? I think not…that smelly dog is just warm!” lol

  11. 12-30
    11:34
    am

    I have yet to see Dookies face!!

  12. 12-30
    11:41
    am

    :snuggle: I enjoy reciving your e-mails so much, and I love your farm and all your little babys please keep your news letters coming. Happy New Year. k

  13. 12-30
    12:44
    pm

    You can see Dookie all freshly-clipped and cleaned up here:
    https://chickensintheroad.com/blog/2008/03/28/fashion-beat/

  14. 12-30
    1:32
    pm

    oh I love Kitten, his photos are my fave, thanks for sharing Suzanne! You made my day. Now if only I could bury my nose in Kitten’s fur, I would be so happy… :heart:

  15. 12-30
    5:32
    pm

    AWWWWWW!!!!!!! :snoopy:

  16. 12-30
    5:47
    pm

    Is that REALLY a dog? I thought it was a fluffy pillow! :lol:

  17. 12-30
    11:54
    pm

    Dookie says, “I have a pillow, it’s so soft and fluffy”.
    Kitten says, “I have a blanket, I’m nice and warm”.

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