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Posted on: 7:59:35 PM 11/2/2007

Too cute!

Posted on: 9:13:11 AM 11/2/2007

Your babies are beautiful and hopefully will have a wonderful and loving forever family.

Posted on: 9:05:48 AM 11/2/2007

That's a nice story. I had an orange tabby cat, Pumpkin, for 18 years. When he was 10, he was diagnosed with diabetes and I gave him insulin shots for 8 years afterwards until everything just shut down. He, too, was such a wonderful, loving cat. ...

Posted on: 8:53:30 AM 11/2/2007

I have not used this method, but I sometimes use a metal tin filled with some pennies. When she misbehaves, I shake the tin, but I make sure she does not see me actually shaking it. This way, she learns to associate a loud, unpleasant noise with ba...

Posted on: 12:10:51 PM 11/1/2007

It looks like the whole family has found a nice place to chill out!

Posted on: 12:08:23 PM 11/1/2007

Your kids are totally precious! Thanks for bringing smiles to us.

Posted on: 11:00:55 AM 11/1/2007

What type of lead are you using? If it's a smaller dog, a harness is the best to use to protect the neck area. With my dog (7 lbs), I use a harness and hold the leash so that she is right next to my leg. Keep the leash tight so there is no slack a...

Posted on: 10:55:42 AM 11/1/2007

Adorable pictures. Loved the graduation hat, ladybug costume and, of course, the birthday cake!

Posted on: 10:05:04 AM 10/31/2007

Apollo, Adonis, Kalypso, Nestor, Paris

Posted on: 9:48:56 AM 10/31/2007

Your little bee looks adorable.

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