Let's See Your Pets

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This is Finley! She's 8 months now and joins her Tuxedo sisters Saylor and Piper! I also take care of feral cats that I have basically tamed. I rescued Saylor at 2 days old from my work. Still take care of her feral mommy Gypsy! Finley came to us in August after the passing of our cat Titus, who we miss dearly. She has taught us that love has no end and she cheers us up when we are sad!





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This is Piper, she is 5. When my husband and I built our house I wanted another cat and knew it's name would be Piper! She is my little cuddle bug and somewhat accepting of her little sisters!




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This is Saylor. Our feral cat Gypsy could not be caught and ended up pregnant again. After losing our sweet Wren at only 8 months old, also a kitten from work, we decided 8 months later to take on another feral work kitty. Saylor was only 2 days old when I found her. She weighs in at a whopping 6 lbs and is 1.5 years old! Don't let her size fool you, she is the boss and obsessed with kisses and even drools!




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My old girl, Reesie




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The little one, Ravyn, who I call Rainman.




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Our rescued Ryan Zimmerman.




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Dakota a 1 1/2 year old pitty and Sandy a 7 year old Cane Corso. Both are pretty good dogs and get along well together.




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My man Stu and some of the girls.




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Apollo, Wife's mutt




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Bubby




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Dingo the smelly hound. Age 13, enjoying the view as I have coffee.




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These two love to walk on the beach.






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I can only imagine having to bathe them after they go swimming in the ocean and roll around in the sand Laughing smiley Laughing smiley Laughing smiley


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Grace




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Grace

Raine


Husky!!! I grew up with nothing but Huskies. My mother was president of the CT Husky Rescue for a little while, they've fostered tons after ours passed on. Let me see if I can find pics, they pretty much all got to see the beach!


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I can only imagine having to bathe them after they go swimming in the ocean and roll around in the sand Laughing smiley Laughing smiley Laughing smiley

Grim_Smoker


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They aren't fans of baths, but it has to happen. One of them is afraid of the ocean, one isn't, but they both love to chase sand crabs, so they both end up in the water at least a little bit.


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Odo




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Ernie, my girl-bud and my wife's service dog. She was fascinated with a gull in this pic at the Currituck Sound




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Ricky. 4 year old rescue. Sweet as can be. Has seizures. Sad for such a good guy. Loves the beach (and the snow).




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Sochi and Sandi playing




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Town cat. Watching you