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forme
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Joined: Aug 2010

Hi All,
I just wanted to say thanks for making me smile so much. I have been reading some of your posts and when you all started putting up the photos of your loved ones ( dogs & cats ) I just smiled so much. Loved seeing them all. They really are a huge part of our family.
Thanks for sharing...
Lisha

BTW If I could figure out how to get a normal size photo entered, I would show you my girl. I'll keep trying to figure it out..

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Pam M
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Joined: Nov 2009

forme,

It made me happy, too - to see all the furry caregivers. Hope you can post yours soon.

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Skiffin16
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Joined: Sep 2009

The one in my photo today is Ebony....she was the best. We had the priveldge of sharing our lives together for nearly 13 years.

Missed and thought of daily, in our hearts forever.

Best,
John

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PattyNC
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Joined: Oct 2006

This is my beloved Combat ... she was a real TOP DOG. Not a day passes that we don't love & miss her. Gone but never forgotten. She's a furr-angel now. FYI she was 14 going on 15 when she left us.

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Skiffin16
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They earned their right to wear their milk mustaches....:)

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Pumakitty
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Joined: Mar 2010

I enjoyed seeing everyone's pet. I finally got a picture of the third cat to work. This is Spot. I believe he thinks he is my dad offical caregiver. He has never left his side since everything started. When my dad goes outside he sits at the door and waits for him to come back in. When my mom tried to move him out of the way, he bite her hand. He has issues, but we love him.

Kathy

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Skiffin16
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LOL, he wasn't ready to move yet....

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Hondo
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Joined: Apr 2009

Yep this is one post I realy enjoy

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PattyNC
Posts: 65
Joined: Oct 2006

We rescued her right after storms Katrina & Rita wrought their destruction and devastation. Rita delivered a bit of both too during her settling-in phase. Lost one whole sofa to those razor's she's packing. Then she dug a hole so deep in the back yard .... nothing was showing but her rump & red clay flying. Now she's a serene highness. Very smart, calm & nurturing (she rescued & adopted our black kitty -- bought it to our deck in her then velvet-soft mouth .... what happened to those daggers???. If she spots a yard mole or sees the postman, we might get a quick glimpse of our old girl ... running like the wind fast & furious. We know Dog is God spelled in reverse. Coincidence or plan? I'm bettin that was always the plan. Pure love in a fur coat. Perfect.

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