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The dotage of a dotard

Muchacha - 3/4 Chihuahua, 1/4 Jack Russell.


The dotage of a dotard
He only lived for a couple of years and died long ago, but I also had a pet flying squirrel for a while, rescued from the jaws of a neighbor’s cat. Never really gave him a name, he was just “the squirrel”:
He loved to climb up door jambs and hang around on top of curtain rods. When he’d fly he’d only manage about a 30 degree downward angle, but that would get him most of the way across the room.

Unfortunately, nature is the squirrel’s bathroom, so he would pee anytime he felt like it, no matter where he was or what he was doing. And one night he got out of his cage and into my bedroom, and I was woken up by him kicking off of my forehead in the middle of the night after gliding down from my curtains. Strange sensation.

Dr. Eddies Wingman

Brighter than thousand_suns
136078692_10164542350630055_5952399875978300098_n.jpgMy parents' dog, Victor the English setter.

This picture is from new year's eve where he spent the night in the 2nd living room (in the basement) because that's where the noise from the fireworks is least audible. He doesn't like that at all. The year before this pic was taken, he spent most of the night under the couch.


Infinite Dreamer
Yeah, my dogs hate fireworks,vrhey get all riled up and bark at them. They also bark at most electronics like electric mixers, personal shavers and their ultimate enemy... The vacuum.

Dick Brucinson

Dave Sustaine
Took me ages to spot the fish!
That's the way it should be. :) It's a bit more a plant tank than a fish tank. I like to have it that way: One fish and 50 plants or so. A friend of mine does it the other way round, he has one plant and fifty fishes. It looks shit.