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Pics of your pets (part II)

Discussion in 'photo' started by Pete MB&D, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. Still

    Still absolute unit

    merlin keeps it in his mouse hole.
  2. eternumviti

    eternumviti pfm Member

    Merlin's got a rat in his drawers!
  3. Yank

    Yank Bulbous Also Tapered

    Perhaps he's practicing for The Manly Art Of Ferret Legging?
  4. Tarzan

    Tarzan pfm Member

  5. gintonic

    gintonic Pussy Lover

  6. daveofbradford

    daveofbradford Monica I said sack my cook

    If he is not from Yorkshire its illegal!!!!
  7. gintonic

    gintonic Pussy Lover

    I am sure this will only end one way.... Ziggy is curious and adventurous, Marley is terrified of the balloon

    [​IMG]20171018_194724[18009] by uh_simon, on Flickr
  8. Mr Cat

    Mr Cat Owner

    was in rhodes 2 years ago when we saw this kitten in a secluded lane and fell in love with him... it was at the back of some offices..


    just came back from there this morning and we saw him again..! was hoping we would, and totally blown away by the sighting... and there's also 3 black kittens there now.. :)


    i've some better photos on my camera and i'll upload them soon...
  9. Unregistered

    Unregistered pfm Member

    Ha ha, that's awesome! That would make my holiday...really :)
  10. Mr Cat

    Mr Cat Owner

    yep, we were buying food daily and going back there and to another spot where we saw other kittens of different ages.. :)
  11. sls4321

    sls4321 pfm Member

    This is Tigger. Not ours, but she seems to like our house and has been visiting for the last three years. Sometimes stays for an afternoon, or just pops in to say hello. Lost any eye last winter. She came to watch the Spurs Man U match today. Makes herself at home.


  12. cjarchez

    cjarchez pfm Member

    That's the beastie! Usually hear them first as they have a very loud call and are fun to watch hunting. The name resembles the call.
  13. gintonic

    gintonic Pussy Lover

  14. gintonic

    gintonic Pussy Lover

    I am still amazed that two adult cats still want to cosy up together...

    [​IMG]20171031_151159 by uh_simon, on Flickr
  15. Mr Cat

    Mr Cat Owner

    aww...that's sweet :)
  16. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    This is Jasper, who belongs to some good friends of ours. A sad time though, in that he was recently diagnosed with Cancer which is untreatable - he's 10 years old and had a great life, but been given literally weeks to live. They asked me to pop over to grab some photos of him and despite his illness, he's still such a great big happy, friendly and soft-hearted soul but we know his time on this earth will soon be up. Was a privilege to spend a couple of hours with him:

    [​IMG]Jasper by Boxertrixter, on Flickr
  17. ian123running

    ian123running pfm Member

    He looks lovely and I'm sure will be sorely missed. That's a lovely photo Gromit - I'm sure they'll value it so much.
  18. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Thanks Ian - we've known Jasper since he was a pup, and he's just the softest, daftest great big lump of fur'n'fun one could wish for. He's doing remarkably well, considering he has multiple tumours, but as soon as he shows any sign of suffering - the 'decent thing' will be done.
  19. Lefty

    Lefty pfm Member

    I've just read Jasper's story - so very sad. What a wonderful image this will be to treasure him by. A very emotive and moving photograph.
  20. gintonic

    gintonic Pussy Lover

    that is a beautiful picture - and I don't "do" dogs, but be looks lovely, and my best to his owners for the journey he is on.
    Gromit likes this.

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