Thursday, 25 March 2021

Just an Animal Day

 

I went into the bedroom yesterday to fetch something and look what I spied.

I just had to tickle those pretty little feet ...

... and look who popped out.

Ginger  is settling in well to his temporary home here at the flat and is getting used to sitting on the doorstep for fresh air whenever I pop out to the recycling bins.  Although he's really not used to people being able to walk so close to our door, and if he hears anyone talking or walking along the road that leads to the riverbank  he scoots back in to safety.  He's slightly braver at night when it's dark and will come out with the dogs when they go out for their last toilet break, but for now he's happiest and very content to be indoors

It won't be long until he has a small garden to call his own territory, and hopefully he'll let us share it with him.

The dogs seem happy enough.  Suky is over her dental work and fully recovered, and although Mavis was a bit unsure of the new routines at first she has finally settled down now that she's been here for almost two full weeks.

So all is well in animal world. which makes life in our human world very happy too.


Sue xx


15 comments:

  1. Who could resist those little pink paw pads?! It's so lovely having furry friends, isn't it? I'm sure they will all settle well in your and Alan's new homes. xx Morag

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  2. Wonderful...Ginger,hidden just well enough , friends keep you warm per doggy bed.

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  3. Our animals do make our homes special don't they, we have had dogs for years ,it's so lovely when they greet you after you have been out, you might only have been gone for half an hour but the greetings are as if you have been gone for years.We have an old cocker spaniel and a six year old terrier, very sadly she has recently been diagnosed with bladder cancer ( on my 65th birthday ) and only has a few months to live, we are devastated, it's heartbreaking, 6 years is too young I know you lost your little pup even younger, I don't know how you coped. Those 3 little faces are adorable, I hope they enjoy their new home, Chrissie x

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  4. Cute photographs. Whatever would we do without our furry friends. X

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  5. Aww bless, bet they're all really happy to be back together again. xx

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  6. Its so good that they all get on together. Great photos.

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  7. Is it nice to have all three back together again?

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  8. I would have tickled those paws as well.

    Glad the animals are all settling in.

    God bless.

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  9. Look at that pretty kitty's toes! What a fabulous picture.
    Suky and Mavis are so sweet. I'm glad they're all starting to settle in. xxx

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  10. Just loved that photo of Ginger under the covers (and of course Mavis and Suky). If I tickled my cats toes I would get a real good bashing!! So glad Ginger has settled well. I always think it's more unsettling for a cat to move than a dog, but he's doing really well and is staying close to home.

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  11. I just love those pictures of Ginger, Mavis and Suky! So cute!

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  12. Lovely photos Sue♥ I love seeing your fur babies photos xoxo

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  13. Those little toes! I could not have resisted them either!

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