Camp Runamuck, where dogs, cats, horses, and looms all run amuck!
LOVE the snow day pictures...and so did the pups!!!!
Yes, I would agree Jack and Peter are the sensible guys out of the group. Lovely to see Stella and Sweet Robin are having such a great time together. Stay warm
First let me say how saddened I am to read of your loss.Our critters have a way of finding that special place in our hearts where they will remain forever... I can see the little Munchkins are delighted with the snow which I can imagine is a new experience for them.Hope things return to normal weather wise, albeit this may be the new normal with the changing global warming.Take care and have a great weekend.Susan x
Ah...the yungun's do like their romps in the snow. Glad you're not plagued by the flooding that has Oregon in the news...Stay warm and dry!
I used to have two cats with polar opposite reactions to snow. The 11 lb. red burmese (who looked like a miniature cougar) hated the cold. He grew a very thin winter coat. Contrast that with my 8 lb. manx. She had a winter coat like velvet, it was so dense. She would make little mole tunnels under the snow. The burmese would watch from the window with a look of disgust on his face.It's fun to see how the different personalities react to the weather!
LA and Thistle Rose, they did make the most of the new snow that's for sure. Pouring rain has left quite a damper on the snow/slush play time. We now have inches of heavy slush.Susan, Thank you. Dennett left so much more of himself in my heart than he ever took. This is Robin's first winter, Stella's second and both really do enjoy the white stuff. Valerie, You wrote too soon, we are having our share of ground flooding after yesterdays torrential 12 plus hour rain. I don't think I've ever seen it so hard for such a long amount of time. Only minor flooding in parts of the valley though. Our ground is floodedbut hard to flood up in the mountains away from most streams. Does mud count? ;)Laura, I believe Manx;s are notorious for their love of water and suc,h so I'm not surprised to read one likes snow to tunnel under. After all, there might be mice there!
Sooo cute! We have one such day today and when Luna first goes out she jumps straight up in the air and then scoots on her belly in the snow with joy! Thanks for the happy shots!
I love watching the joy and excitement of a dog playing in the snow. Poor Twill was just a shadow of her graceful younger self romping stiffly around and pushing it up with her nose. Your two are adorable, as always.
Thanks for the heads-up about my link to my web site. I fixed it. Have to make sure I check the links in the future. Stay warm! -Renee
Laugh out loud funny - thanks! Now I just some snow too.