Kitten, cat, and dog pictures

This page is here by popular demand–or at least by the demand of two or three readers. It has no redeeming social importance.

Moose, repurposing the Fast Eddie's scratching post, which Eddie wasn't in love with anyway. It didn't survive long after this picture.

Moose, also known as Moosifer, repurposing Fast Eddie’s scratching post, which Eddie wasn’t in love with anyway. It didn’t survive long after this picture.

Introducing (belatedly) Moose, on the right, with Minnie the Moocher on the left

Introducing (belatedly) Moose, on the right, with Minnie the Moocher on the left

Someone sent Fast Eddie a box of catnip. Which explains why he's a little out of focus.

Someone sent Fast Eddie a box of catnip. Which explains why he’s a little out of focus.

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Fast Eddie, on top of the laundry rack.

Moggy. Photo by Skye.

Moggy. Photo by Skye.

Eddie. Photo by Trinity.

Eddie. Photo by Trinity.

 

 

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Our crazy cat lady starter kit arrived in the mail.

Stalking in the spinach.

Stalking in the spinach.

Moggy, who's roughly 19 and, like Queen Victoria, is not amused.

Moggy, who’s roughly 19 and, like Queen Victoria, not amused.

 

 

Look closely. This is not just a picture of the dog.

Look closely. This is not just a picture of the dog.

Eddie getting his ears cleaned by the dog, Minnie the Moocher. They seem to agree that she's his mother.

Eddie getting his ears cleaned by Minnie the Moocher. They seem to agree that she’s his mother.

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38 thoughts on “Kitten, cat, and dog pictures

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        • They don’t. They–picking up on our conversation about kids and computers–play outside. Except for Moggy, who’s got to be 19 or so now. She mostly sleeps. And disapproves of the way kids these days carry on.

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            • It’s Ms. Moggy, and thank you for asking. She’s a Minnesota cat, and since in the U.S. no one uses the word moggy, the name didn’t sound generic over there. Of course, that also meant no one could really hear it and she was called Muggy and Maggie and so Meggie. Anyway, no she didn’t get a letter from the queen. She doesn’t really recognize any royalty except her own, though, so she didn’t see it as a snub.

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