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Title: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 01-Aug-09, 12:06:32 pm
Figured I'd be the first to post here. Everyone knows Bullet and Casey, of course. I just wanted to post pictures, too.  :2thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 01-Aug-09, 12:43:40 pm
Hi Dawn,

lovely dog pictures.


Greetings
Annette


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Sharon on 01-Aug-09, 01:10:15 pm
Beautiful dogs!!  Here's my pup, Karma:


Sharon


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Lynfromlyndenwa on 01-Aug-09, 01:25:31 pm
Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 01-Aug-09, 01:36:01 pm
Welcome to the forum and congrats on your first posts, Sharon and Lyn.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 01-Aug-09, 08:33:28 pm
Aww, Karma and Trixie are SO cute! Glad to see people posting their pets pic here. Great!  :thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Mirta on 01-Aug-09, 08:35:37 pm
Hi! I want to try my first message in this new forum...
This is Nacha. And I want to dedicate her picture to Shaky...
Thanks!
Mirta


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dumpsterkitty on 01-Aug-09, 10:03:49 pm
I will get these pictures posted...too big to attach...lets try the insert button...


Chewbacca the Wookie Cat


Dumpster Kitty

 :kittykiss:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 01-Aug-09, 10:16:51 pm
Nice first post, Mirta!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 01-Aug-09, 10:21:56 pm
Another kitty for Shaky  :hysterical: .....my old gal Rosy 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 01-Aug-09, 10:26:16 pm
My 3 year old, Graycie. The picture is deceiving, because she can be a terror somtimes!   :devil: :o


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: schlaf374 on 02-Aug-09, 02:00:43 am
Well since Mariah has noved into our neighborhood, Scratch has become a real inside chicken!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: OlRedHair on 02-Aug-09, 08:54:53 am
This is my first post.  I've so enjoyed seeing everyone's beautiful pets!  Here is a picture of my Golden Retriever Molly and kitty Wesley.  Oh, and that's me holding them. 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 02-Aug-09, 09:52:58 am
Molly and Wesley are beautiful! Great picture.  :clap:

Let's see some more pets here!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 02-Aug-09, 10:10:17 am
Mommie and Bullet, finally! Carol took this yesterday. I have a friend in Florida who wanted a picture. There was a photo shoot going on at the bridge with bikini clad models and Bullet was VERY interested. We worked hard to get his attention to the camera! It finally worked. The best part was when Brian and I went up to the photo shoot and he gave one of the models a big, sloppy kiss on her face! Wish I had a picture of that.  :o


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Judi on 02-Aug-09, 11:14:03 am
Figured I'd take a break from member approving and post a photo of my Angel Kitty.  She's not too big on having her picture taken but I did manage to get her to sit still for a photo class assignment...not an easy task! 



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 02-Aug-09, 12:21:57 pm
Hi Dawn,

Bullet is a beautiful dog.


Greetings
Annette


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 02-Aug-09, 01:26:16 pm
The best part was when Brian and I went up to the photo shoot and he gave one of the models a big, sloppy kiss on her face! Wish I had a picture of that.  :o

Brian gave one of the models a big sloppy kiss on her face?

He da man!  :bow:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 02-Aug-09, 04:36:19 pm
Ha-ha-ha! Too funny! No, Brian probably wished he could.....Bullet did. And ruined her make-up!

 :wub: :D


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: annieinelkhart on 02-Aug-09, 04:37:19 pm
Hey Dawn!  You are looking GREAT!!  :yes: Bullet looks good too!  :paperbag:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Colleen T on 02-Aug-09, 07:33:48 pm
Let's see if this works - it's my first post.  Here's my favorite picture of my "Abner". 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 02-Aug-09, 07:43:37 pm
Hi Annie!! How are you?  


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 02-Aug-09, 07:50:18 pm
Hey Dawn!  You are looking GREAT!!  :yes: Bullet looks good too!  :paperbag:
Let's see if this works - it's my first post.  Here's my favorite picture of my "Abner".  


Hi Annie and Colleen. Congrats on your first posts. Good job with the thumbnail, Colleen!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: countrygal25 on 02-Aug-09, 09:55:21 pm
Everyone's pets are beautiful!  This is my first post on any forum (hope I get it right).  This is a picture of Sierra(5 yrs) the smallest of my "babies".  Looking forward to "visiting" with all of you. Thanks for getting it started.   :2thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 02-Aug-09, 10:31:13 pm
Countrygal, congrats on your first post!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: carrie on 02-Aug-09, 10:59:32 pm
Here's Simon!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 02-Aug-09, 11:06:40 pm
Congrats on your first post, carrie!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 03-Aug-09, 07:07:01 am
Dawn - I should have guessed that you and Bullet (love that pup) would jump right in  :)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 03-Aug-09, 08:58:36 am
Oh, yes!  :hysterical:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 03-Aug-09, 04:46:32 pm
Hi all !!! Here's just the first 3 of mine. My Gizmo (13yrs) is playing invisable here because if you look closely you can see on the other side of the screen door is my love bird and parakeet in their bird room. My cats love to hang out here because the two little guys have free flight and like to tease..nah nah you can't get us. :2funny: Everyones pets are so sweet lil pups and kitties  :heart: totally huggable each one
Caitie








Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kyrie88 on 04-Aug-09, 12:52:30 am
Well, this is my first post.  Strange that on a board that is dedicated to our Queen, her grandson Archer & his bride, Beauty, none of the pets are birds.

Here is Bug, a 3" parrotlet.  He has an ego that would even go up against a raptor (he doesn't understand he's so little)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 04-Aug-09, 07:46:17 am
Congrats on your first post, Caitie and Kyrie!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: schlaf374 on 04-Aug-09, 10:00:04 am
kyrie
 Your Bird is a beauty, but Scratch seems to think she's a bird too. see reply #11. :)
Linda s


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 04-Aug-09, 01:32:35 pm
This was Bullet at about 10 or 11 weeks old. It's so hard for me to believe he was EVER that small!  :laugh: :2funny:

Watch the tongue!  :frog:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4l3oYhTgafA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 04-Aug-09, 02:53:52 pm
Well, this is my first post.  Strange that on a board that is dedicated to our Queen, her grandson Archer & his bride, Beauty, none of the pets are birds.

Here is Bug, a 3" parrotlet.  He has an ego that would even go up against a raptor (he doesn't understand he's so little)


Oh Kyrie you missed my 3 I posted. One is my avatar (Baley) and 2 are in my last post with my kitty Gizmo. But you do have to look close because they are behind the screen door. Here's my baby, Buddy, also a parrotlet  :thumbsup:. Buddys a lutino parrotlet and I know what you mean by not realizing hes tiny!! He constantly flys to my Baleys (Ekkie 10+ inches) cage and wants to rumble  :playnice: I luv my feathered friends  :heart:  BUG is very handsome ..
Whoops I almost forgot my last 2 girls. And thats the gang..






Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 04-Aug-09, 08:02:34 pm
So cute! The kitties almost look like twins. Looks like they're very close.

 ;D ;D


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 04-Aug-09, 08:40:59 pm
So cute! The kitties almost look like twins. Looks like they're very close.

 ;D ;D
They were but now they're 4 years old and not as cuddley with each other. One is a torti and the other gray tiger striped.

Bullet and Casey look so friendly. I miss my dogs.. I had a black lab and a Rhodesian ridgeback before my birds. They are such loves.



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: countrygal25 on 05-Aug-09, 06:09:06 am
 :wave: Here are my other babies...Sadie(11 yrs) & Amber(6 yrs)...We have a balcony that they love to go out on. I'm loving this forum, what a great way to share and chat with people I wouldn't probably meet otherwise.   :heart:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 12:01:10 pm
:wave: Here are my other babies...Sadie(11 yrs) & Amber(6 yrs)...We have a balcony that they love to go out on. I'm loving this forum, what a great way to share and chat with people I wouldn't probably meet otherwise.   :heart:
Sadie and Amber are so cute! Sadie Sadie is a comfy lady there and Amber has such sweet eyes looking up at you awwww  :kittykiss:

Caitie


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Albion on 05-Aug-09, 01:01:05 pm
I love seeing everyone's pets!  :thumbsup:  I have 2 cats however no pic at the moment. I do have this very funny pic which I wanted to share for all to have a laugh!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 05-Aug-09, 01:41:14 pm
That's a great first post, Albion!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Mirta on 05-Aug-09, 02:10:11 pm
Here are Osy and Mel´s smiling face. Perhaps some of you remember them when they were pups.
Mirta


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 05:29:45 pm
I love seeing everyone's pets!  :thumbsup:  I have 2 cats however no pic at the moment. I do have this very funny pic which I wanted to share for all to have a laugh!
Oh no he ate the whole thing  :rofl:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 05:36:40 pm
Here are Osy and Mel´s smiling face. Perhaps some of you remember them when they were pups.
Mirta
Ohh they are lovely and Mei's smiling right in the camera! I bet they are a hoot together. All the pets of our friends are soooo great to see. Lots of fur babies have wonderful homes with the falcon fans  :clap:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 05-Aug-09, 06:33:53 pm
Congrats on your first post, Nona!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: AFAngel376 on 05-Aug-09, 06:40:54 pm
Well I'll try and get a couple pics of my pets in here. The dog is a puggle named bridget and the kitty is Sabastian. Bridget is the one who comes with me to visit maya and tor up here in utica.
Bridgets my baby, and sabastian is a big cuddle bug. I've never met a cat that likes attention (and food) as much as he does lol


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: AFAngel376 on 05-Aug-09, 06:43:11 pm
whoops


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Paul Hamilton on 05-Aug-09, 09:45:17 pm
One more bird for this  topic.  Here is Fidget, snuggling up with my daughter.  He will hold this pose for a very long time.  One of the most frequent things he says is "Chirp!" -- not a chirp, but the word.   He also frequently assures me that I'm a good bird.   Last May was the third anniversary of his hatching, so he and Rhea Mae are about the same age.  He also fledged on the same day she did.


Paul


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 10:29:35 pm
This is my little Wonder Bird Weavie
Weavie is an orange bishop African weaver finch.  Weavie was wild caught and came to live with me on Feb 4, 1987.  He has a ''frozen'' left foot due to injury when he was 5 years old and he is still chasing his harem of 3 little female finches. He is my oldest bird.


What a beautiful finch. I love his colors. I had no idea finches lived such long lives. Goodness 22 years :surprise: Hes wonderful Thank you for sharing Wonder Bird Weavie's picture


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 10:39:29 pm
Well I'll try and get a couple pics of my pets in here.

Awww both are precious and sooo huggable
Caitie


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 05-Aug-09, 10:55:33 pm
One more bird for this  topic.  Here is Fidget, snuggling up with my daughter.  He will hold this pose for a very long time.  One of the most frequent things he says is "Chirp!" -- not a chirp, but the word.   He also frequently assures me that I'm a good bird.   Last May was the third anniversary of his hatching, so he and Rhea Mae are about the same age.  He also fledged on the same day she did.


Paul

Fidget looks so comfy on Katherines cheek. Sweet picture. Chirp lol !!!  I love Budgies too. My budgie Whitey talks and talks. Baley.. he only says Hello but he does it in different keys.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 05-Aug-09, 11:10:54 pm
Congrats on your first post, Angel. I fixed the typo in the image tag.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 06-Aug-09, 07:18:46 am
Hi Nora,
nice to see that Molly and Wesley are doing well, (and you too)  
great pictures
 :cat:greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: AFAngel376 on 06-Aug-09, 03:38:45 pm
Thankee  :happy:, Birds are such wonderful pets, although i've never had the pleasure of owning one myself. I own fish mostly, I dont think my mother figured i was ready for a pet that could live longer than me, now that I"m out, the dog, cat, bearded dragon, and fish keep this little apartment well full!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 06-Aug-09, 04:20:50 pm
Beautiful dogs!!  Here's my pup, Karma:


Sharon

I like the look on Karma's face, great name! Thanks Sharon!
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 06-Aug-09, 04:34:12 pm
Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: anneintoronto on 06-Aug-09, 09:41:37 pm
Here are my two pets -- Eric, a Three-toed Box Turtle, and Spot, our 17-year-old Black (with a white spot on her chest) Cat.  Eric wanted to show off his eating abilities -- he loves meal-worms and bananas...in fact, that's all he loves!  However, considering he is over 35 years old, it must be okay!

Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 06-Aug-09, 11:08:55 pm
Here are my two pets -- Eric, a Three-toed Box Turtle, and Spot, our 17-year-old Black (with a white spot on her chest) Cat.  Eric wanted to show off his eating abilities -- he loves meal-worms and bananas...in fact, that's all he loves!  However, considering he is over 35 years old, it must be okay!

Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)


Meal worms and bananas sound ummm uummm ok I can't think about it right now I just ate heehee What a kewl pet Eric is. My friend in AZ had to get some type of state approval to have his turtle and his housing (the turtles) had to be specific to code and inspected too. Thats where I met my first turtle pet. He was a loved little guy.  Spot  :kittykiss: is a sweety too

Caitie


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Mirta on 07-Aug-09, 09:34:41 am
Hi Anne C!! What a great pets you´ve got!
Banana + meal worms! The best of two kingdoms!
 8)
 
Mirta


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: huddiecat on 07-Aug-09, 11:11:50 am
Dawn,
I just now read your post about Bullet and the photo shoot.  We looked at the pics Don took, but there was nothing worth posting anywhere.  Yes, wish someone had taken a pic of Bullet licking the model!  It was funny how Bullet was so interested in all the photo shoot activity.
Suzanne


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Lynfromlyndenwa on 07-Aug-09, 01:14:57 pm
Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

Lyn from Lynden, WA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dumpsterkitty on 07-Aug-09, 04:51:55 pm
I just have to note that the pets section has more pages than any other on the new forum...what a classy bunch of people we are  :kittykiss:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: imkakkingmad1 on 07-Aug-09, 08:00:50 pm
I'm loving all the posts and pics! (I'm trying to post a picture of our "kids" but my computer says no; still working on it.) One of our dogs always barks at other animals on the TV - she even barks at cartoon animals.  :cat:

Helen P.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 07-Aug-09, 10:08:38 pm
I just have to note that the pets section has more pages than any other on the new forum...what a classy bunch of people we are  :kittykiss:

Yes, we are! And we have some very classy pets, too!   :thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: nwfloridafalconfan on 08-Aug-09, 11:35:28 am
"Elbie", our six year old tabby, with one of his Southeast Alabama yard mates (http://www.gophertortoise.org/tortoise/facts.htm)

 :handshake:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: NoraH on 08-Aug-09, 11:44:11 am
Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

Lyn from Lynden, WA

Hi Lyn, just click the "quote" button on a specific post you want to reply to instead of the reply button at the end of the page.  Start typing after the last [/quote]   :2thumbsup: Nora


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 09-Aug-09, 07:13:32 am
Here is my Trixie - cockapoo, now almost 14 years old

Lyn



Lyn, I never heard of a "cockapoo" and I looked for it on the internet.  I understand that it is a crossing from a Spaniel and a poodle. Very logical name, very nice dog!
greetings Aafke


Aafke,
Yes my girl is mostly Cocker (her father was a black-and-tan spaniel) and very little poo (mother was a gray poodle and that made her smaller than most spaniels).

I did not know how to do the 'quote' until you did it and I wanted to answer.  Thanks!

Lyn from Lynden, WA

Hi Lyn, just click the "quote" button on a specific post you want to reply to instead of the reply button at the end of the page.  Start typing after the last
   :2thumbsup: Nora
[/quote]



O funny, do you see the quote is getting longer and longer.
Who want to try to make it even longer? :clap:
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: carla on 09-Aug-09, 08:40:39 am
Figured I'd be the first to post here. Everyone knows Bullet and Casey, of course. I just wanted to post pictures, too.  :2thumbsup:
Ok I am an egg,I have no message and I have posted it.
sorry Carla


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 09-Aug-09, 09:00:30 am
Don't worry, Carla. Congrats on your first post!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 09-Aug-09, 11:35:32 am
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!


This is most likely the position that we find him during the day...

...but this is the position he likes in the evening while Bill and I are warching TV in the family room. LOL!


Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 09-Aug-09, 12:18:12 pm
I like the pose where he's on his back! That's a BIG kitty! What the heck do you feed him? LOL.    :o


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 09-Aug-09, 12:57:37 pm
 :tired: Toby is gorgeous! But 22 lbs?? I like the shot of him lying belly up.

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: nanguz on 09-Aug-09, 02:00:16 pm
These are my pets, minus a bunch of fish

Misha




Chester


Hudson


Kirby


Pretty, before I caught her












Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 09-Aug-09, 02:16:40 pm
Congrats, Dot and nan on your first posts!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 09-Aug-09, 02:47:58 pm
:tired: Toby is gorgeous! But 22 lbs?? I like the shot of him lying belly up.

Dot in PA

Toby was the runt of the litter (believe it or not) when we adopted him at age 6 weeks from Lollypop Farm 10 yrs ago.  He started getting heavy after we had him neutered so the Vet put him on a diet which he has been on practically his whole life.  When we go for check-ups, after he gets weighed, she just says "Toby is Toby". He only gets a 5 oz. can of wet food and a 1/4 cup dry/day and that's it-no table food or anything.  He just maintains his weight at about 21-22 lbs. He does have IBD so he's on Prednisone every 3 days but this amount of food is what makes him comfortable with few flare-ups.  Of course, he is an indoor cat and all he does is eat and sleep so...
I also want to say to all the others that have posted pics of their pets-what beautiful pets everybody has.  :2thumbsup:

Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 09-Aug-09, 03:53:58 pm
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!

This is most likely the position that we find him during the day...
...but this is the position he likes in the evening while Bill and I are warching TV in the family room. LOL!


Kris

Kris, I like him!  :wave:
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 09-Aug-09, 04:02:35 pm
These are my pets, minus a bunch of fish

Misha


Chester
Hudson
Kirby
Pretty, before I caught her

O wow you have 3 dogs, very nice and the birds are very pretty! And also fishes
Thanks for sharing.
greetings Aafke



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 09-Aug-09, 04:04:24 pm
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!

This is most likely the position that we find him during the day...
...but this is the position he likes in the evening while Bill and I are warching TV in the family room. LOL!


Kris

Kris, I like him!  :wave:
greetings Aafke


Thanks, Aafke.  He is quite a character!

Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: anneintoronto on 09-Aug-09, 04:55:38 pm
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!


This is most likely the position that we find him during the day...

...but this is the position he likes in the evening while Bill and I are warching TV in the family room. LOL!


Kris

Hi Kris!
 
I think he's gorgeous!  I love a comfortable cat! :2thumbsup: We've had several very large cats and the only thing I didn't like was lifting them up, when they didn't want to be lifted up, and cutting their nails, as they were very strong! :thumbsdown:


Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 09-Aug-09, 07:01:02 pm
"Elbie", our six year old tabby, with one of his Southeast Alabama yard mates (http://www.gophertortoise.org/tortoise/facts.htm)

 :handshake:
Elbie is a cutie and his torti looks like hes just so comfortable sitting so close.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 09-Aug-09, 07:13:50 pm
These are my pets, minus a bunch of fish

Misha


Chester
Hudson
Kirby
Pretty, before I caught her

I love the pics of all your fur babies and birdies :) We had fresh water fish and loved watching them in their tanks it was very zen like. I had tri colored sharks, Angel fish, clown loaches etc. for years. Never made it to Salt water fish though.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Toby is a lot of cat to love ! He looks like you just want to cuddle the little bear cat. So cute. He sure looks comfy in that chair. :kittykiss:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 09-Aug-09, 07:19:58 pm

Hi Kris!
 
I think he's gorgeous!  I love a comfortable cat! :2thumbsup: We've had several very large cats and the only thing I didn't like was lifting them up, when they didn't want to be lifted up, and cutting their nails, as they were very strong! :thumbsdown:


Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)
[/quote]

Anne,

It's a killer to lift him up because he weighs so much but as for cutting his nails-he actually purrs while Bill is cutting them!  Why??  Because he knows he gets 2 treats for nail cutting!!
This is the only time he gets treats because of the weight issue (ssshhh-don't tell our Vet).

Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 09-Aug-09, 08:03:04 pm
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!

I have a fatty also and yes, that position on his back is the norm around here. I love it. Thanks


Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 10-Aug-09, 08:50:57 am
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!

I have a fatty also and yes, that position on his back is the norm around here. I love it. Thanks


Donna

Donna, where are your pets?
I haven't seen them for years.
Everybody can share her pets.
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 10-Aug-09, 09:22:18 pm
I love looking at everyone's pets. All are beautiful. I'm going to try and show you some of mine........


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 10-Aug-09, 09:29:13 pm
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Judi on 10-Aug-09, 11:46:07 pm
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[

Good job, Doris!!   :clap:

They're so cute!  Thanks for sharing your sweet babies with us...   :wub:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 11-Aug-09, 08:05:50 am
I fight the urge to click on the "[Boo]" link every time I see these cat pictures.  :laugh:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 12-Aug-09, 07:33:41 am
This is our Toby-all 22 lbs of him!

I have a fatty also and yes, that position on his back is the norm around here. I love it. Thanks


Donna


Aafke, I'll send new pics of my 3 cats when I take them.....in the meantime, send us pics of your Kitties and Malou...OK???   :silly:

Donna
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Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 12-Aug-09, 01:40:06 pm
I fight the urge to click on the "[Boo]" link every time I see these cat pictures.  :laugh:

I think my next cat I get, I'll name him Shaky.   :harhar:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 12-Aug-09, 05:28:33 pm
 :kittykiss:  What a great idea!!! I think I will too!! Thx, Dawn!!!!

Doris in Arkport, NY



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 12-Aug-09, 06:30:33 pm
Ugh!  :banghead:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 12-Aug-09, 07:58:20 pm
I fight the urge to click on the "[Boo]" link every time I see these cat pictures.  :laugh:

I think my next cat I get, I'll name him Shaky.   :harhar:

I love that name for a kitty, Dawn!  Great idea!   :cat:

Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: hawkwatcher on 12-Aug-09, 09:09:20 pm
Here are my two cats looking out the back door, their favorite pastime. They are indoor only because the coyotes are so numerous they wouldn't last long outside. If I get another cat for sure I'll name it Shaky.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 12-Aug-09, 09:29:13 pm
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[
All 3 are sweet but that Angel picture you just wonder what she's thinking?  someone's distrubing her  :nap: Im thinkin 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 12-Aug-09, 09:42:48 pm
Here are my two cats looking out the back door, their favorite pastime. They are indoor only because the coyotes are so numerous they wouldn't last long outside. If I get another cat for sure I'll name it Shaky.


They sure do have a great view! :kittykiss:


Oh boy a bunch of Shaky cats comin down the pike  :frog:



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 12-Aug-09, 10:29:13 pm
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[
All 3 are sweet but that Angel picture you just wonder what she's thinking?  someone's distrubing her  :nap: Im thinkin 


Angel is definately the wrong name for her. She is anything but an Angel. She always has to be the boss.  lol

And as for all the "Shaky" cats......... :rofl:   it had to happen sooner or later.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 12-Aug-09, 10:32:32 pm
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[
All 3 are sweet but that Angel picture you just wonder what she's thinking?  someone's distrubing her  :nap: Im thinkin 


Angel is definately the wrong name for her. She is anything but an Angel. She always has to be the boss.  lol

And as for all the "Shaky" cats......... :rofl:   it had to happen sooner or later.

Shaky, you should feel honored!!!   :2funny:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: carla on 13-Aug-09, 11:10:39 am
Sorry.....I'm still learning here.......in the top pic is Patches,,,,,,,,,,,middle pic is Angel......and the bottom one is Shadow.  I will get the hang of this soon.... :-[
All 3 are sweet but that Angel picture you just wonder what she's thinking?  someone's distrubing her  :nap: Im thinkin 


Angel is definately the wrong name for her. She is anything but an Angel. She always has to be the boss.  lol

And as for all the "Shaky" cats......... :rofl:   it had to happen sooner or later.

Shaky, you should feel honored!!!   :2funny:


What do you think about "milkshake"?  :hungry:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 13-Aug-09, 02:27:15 pm

Shaky, you should feel honored!!!   :2funny:

I may have to change my name.  :suspicious:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Carol P. on 13-Aug-09, 06:10:15 pm
Shaky Cats!  What a wonderful idea!  and what better way to honor our Shaky!   :harhar:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 13-Aug-09, 09:00:51 pm
These are our cats, Jazz (gray) and Mittens (black). Jazz likes to scrunch into small hiding places and she loves to eat. She is especially fond of lettuce, of all things. Mittens likes to roll over for tummy rubs and is excellent at jumping to the highest places in our home. She loves to walk outside on her leash and stalk bugs. They both like to "help" us with whatever we're doing, and are wonderful companions.

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 13-Aug-09, 09:54:20 pm
These are our cats, Jazz (gray) and Mittens (black). Jazz likes to scrunch into small hiding places and she loves to eat. She is especially fond of lettuce, of all things. Mittens likes to roll over for tummy rubs and is excellent at jumping to the highest places in our home. She loves to walk outside on her leash and stalk bugs. They both like to "help" us with whatever we're doing, and are wonderful companions.

Dot in PA

Oh Dot, Jazz and Mittens are sooo precious! Aren't they Shaky?!!!   :laugh:


Title: Tessa & Quest
Post by: Lord G on 13-Aug-09, 10:12:48 pm
Tessa, who's fourteen years old this year


Five-year young Quest, barely past his puppy stage!


Title: Re: Tessa & Quest
Post by: Judi on 13-Aug-09, 10:43:59 pm
Tessa, who's fourteen years old this year


Five-year young Quest, barely past his puppy stage!


LG...

It's about time you posted photos of Tessa and Quest!  Tessa is such a beauty and Quest is as handsome as ever...and probably helps keep Tessa looking and feeling like a puppy herself!   :clap:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 14-Aug-09, 07:40:25 am

Oh Dot, Jazz and Mittens are sooo precious! Aren't they Shaky?!!!   :laugh:

Positively delicious. :hungry:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: harrispen on 15-Aug-09, 10:40:24 am
I thought I would introduce my dog Nina.  She is also my avatar.  She is 11 years old and we adopted her as a puppy from Lollypop Farm where I work.  You can read more about her on my blog, Bird Brains & Dog Tales (http://birdbrainsanddogtales.wordpress.com/2009/07/07/ninas-turn/).  She posted a nice bio of herself there (with a little help)  :thumbsup:



I would also like to introduce my current office cat, Marie (http://birdbrainsanddogtales.wordpress.com/2009/08/15/meet-miss-marie/).  She is available for adoption at Lollypop Farm in Fairport, NY.  For the out of towners reading this post, Lollypop Farm  (http://www.lollypop.org/) is the local Humane Society.  This weekend we are having special pricing on all cats  (http://www.lollypop.org/orgmain.asp?storyType=3&storyid=673) and kittens to help alleviate the flood of them that always happens this time of year.  Adult cats 1 year and older are FREE!!!   :2thumbsup:



Sorry for the plug, but it gets really crowded in the shelter with all the cats during the summer months.  If anyone is in the Rochester area and has been thinking of adding a cat to their home now is the time.  I am sure Shaky will be beating a hasty path there as soon as he reads this!  :kittykiss:

Cindy


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 15-Aug-09, 02:26:42 pm
Lollipop Farm is where we got our Toby from 10 years ago.  Great place!   :clap:

Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 15-Aug-09, 03:39:20 pm
Nina is a BEAUTY! She's gorgeous. My Maggie is half rottie and that rottie shines through from her for sure.  Love rotties!   :rofl: bguitar


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: harrispen on 15-Aug-09, 04:50:37 pm
Nina is a BEAUTY! She's gorgeous. My Maggie is half rottie and that rottie shines through from her for sure.  Love rotties!   :rofl: bguitar

Thanks Dawn.  We think her mix is Rottie / Chow, but sometimes I think she is more like Chow / Coonhound (because she is always sniffing everything) so I call her a Chow-hound  :hysterical:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 15-Aug-09, 05:05:02 pm
I'm LOVIN all the pets here.....thanks all. :heart: :thumbsup: :clap: :happy:

Donna (gotta love these smileys) :cat: :cat: :cat: :cat:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 15-Aug-09, 06:30:01 pm
Nina is a BEAUTY! She's gorgeous. My Maggie is half rottie and that rottie shines through from her for sure.  Love rotties!   :rofl: bguitar

Thanks Dawn.  We think her mix is Rottie / Chow, but sometimes I think she is more like Chow / Coonhound (because she is always sniffing everything) so I call her a Chow-hound  :hysterical:
Ha-ha, I must have 3 coonhounds then. Thay're all sniffing everything always!   :o


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 15-Aug-09, 08:07:24 pm
I love looking at all the beautiful pet photos. Keep them coming, please!
  :yahoo:

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: harrispen on 17-Aug-09, 09:57:54 am


I would also like to introduce my current office cat, Marie (http://birdbrainsanddogtales.wordpress.com/2009/08/15/meet-miss-marie/).  She is available for adoption at Lollypop Farm in Fairport, NY.  For the out of towners reading this post, Lollypop Farm  (http://www.lollypop.org/) is the local Humane Society.  This weekend we are having special pricing on all cats  (http://www.lollypop.org/orgmain.asp?storyType=3&storyid=673) and kittens to help alleviate the flood of them that always happens this time of year.  Adult cats 1 year and older are FREE!!!   :2thumbsup:



Sorry for the plug, but it gets really crowded in the shelter with all the cats during the summer months.  If anyone is in the Rochester area and has been thinking of adding a cat to their home now is the time.  I am sure Shaky will be beating a hasty path there as soon as he reads this!  :kittykiss:

Cindy

Just thought I would let you all know that Marie was adopted yesterday!  :mbanana: :yahoo: :cat:

I don't know if it was someone from this board or just someone that saw her on the Lollypop Farm web site and came in to see her, but I am so happy that she has a new home.

Thanks to anyone that may have added a new member to their family this weekend or anytime you adopt from any shelter.  All of us that work in the animal welfare field are always thankful for all those of you that think to adopt from a shelter / rescue group.  :thumbsup:

P.S. Would love to hear if you were the one that adopted her.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 17-Aug-09, 08:46:17 pm
Just thought I would let you all know that Marie was adopted yesterday!  :mbanana: :yahoo: :cat:

Oh what good news !

Yeah Marie  :b-day:

:bravo: To whomever adopted her 



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 17-Aug-09, 09:11:27 pm
Just thought I would let you all know that Marie was adopted yesterday! 

That's great news......thanks. bguitar

Donna 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 17-Aug-09, 09:53:27 pm
This is "Lucky", I found her under my dresser after her mother passed away mysteriously. She was just a few days old in this pic. I had to buy special formula at the vets'....I loved feeding her like this. She was sooo sweet!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Judi on 17-Aug-09, 10:19:38 pm
This is "Lucky", I found her under my dresser after her mother passed away mysteriously. She was just a few days old in this pic. I had to buy special formula at the vets'....I loved feeding her like this. She was sooo sweet!

Oh my goodness, what a wee, sweet baby she was...I hope she's still as sweet.  How old is she now?


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 17-Aug-09, 10:52:27 pm
This is "Lucky", I found her under my dresser after her mother passed away mysteriously. She was just a few days old in this pic. I had to buy special formula at the vets'....I loved feeding her like this. She was sooo sweet!

Oh my goodness, what a wee, sweet baby she was...I hope she's still as sweet.  How old is she now?

Judi, the pic says 3/3/06, so 3 1/2 yrs old. Def a cutie.

Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: annieinelkhart on 18-Aug-09, 06:41:58 am
WOW!  That sure is a cute, TINY kitten!  Was there only one baby?  Lucky for her you found her!   :bravo:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 18-Aug-09, 09:24:06 am
I named her Lucky because I thought she was a lucky kitty because I found her....yes there was only one......I fed her like this for about 3 weeks until another mommy cat delivered her 3 babies. Then She new mommy adopted Lucky...actually she adopted Lucky the night she gave birth. What a sweetie the new mom was too.  Lucky wasn't so Lucky after all.........she got sick when she was about 1 year old and I had to have her put down.....oh what a heartbreak.!! :crying:  It was months before I could look at her pictures......i still cry sometimes when I think about her (like now) ....She was cremated and now she is right here by my computer......her favorite place to sleep, except for my lap of course. She will forever have a very special place in my heart!!    Such a beautiful sweetheart! 






This is "Lucky", I found her under my dresser after her mother passed away mysteriously. She was just a few days old in this pic. I had to buy special formula at the vets'....I loved feeding her like this. She was sooo sweet!



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 18-Aug-09, 09:47:18 am
I'm so sorry Lucky didn't lead a long life.  But I'm very happy that she was so well loved during that time, and will always have a special place in your heart.   :heart:

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 18-Aug-09, 01:22:11 pm
Love your Chessie Cat!!! :cat:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 18-Aug-09, 10:46:19 pm
Lucky is a sweet little angel kitty so sorry she passed so soon.  :kittykiss:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Patti from Kentucky on 18-Aug-09, 11:32:38 pm
I've attached photos of my big boys:
Oscar (buff-colored)
Simon (slate-colored).

Simon loves to ride around on our shoulders, and Oscar loves to snooze in the window, so these are very representative photos.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 19-Aug-09, 10:45:33 pm
I've attached photos of my big boys:
Oscar (buff-colored)
Simon (slate-colored).

Simon loves to ride around on our shoulders, and Oscar loves to snooze in the window, so these are very representative photos.

Patti, Oscae and Simon are very handsome 'big boys'.

Doris in Arkport, NY


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Caitie on 20-Aug-09, 09:46:45 pm
I've attached photos of my big boys:
Oscar (buff-colored)
Simon (slate-colored).

Simon loves to ride around on our shoulders, and Oscar loves to snooze in the window, so these are very representative photos.
Very handsome kitties  :eyecat: The other day while traveling in my car hubby spoted a cat riding on his owners shoulders as he peddled his bike. It was a wild site but maybe Simon would like that too. He was curled around his neck just like your picture but the cat was pure white.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: anneintoronto on 23-Aug-09, 04:08:27 am
Although I've posted these photos of my pets before, these are in a better size range, so that you don't end up with a huge, fuzzy photo, when you open each one!  The 3-toed box turtle is +35 year old Eric and the black cat is 17-year old Spot.  This time I've also included my not-pets, but balcony friends, two variegated pigeon squabs.  They are about a third of the size of a regular pigeon, but will soon be full-sized and flying away. :( Already they can fly from the balcony floor to the railing and are quite excited about it!  How can I tell?  Their little chests are puffing away and they are vibrating all over! :happy: I hope you enjoy these photos more, now that they are each a more viewable size!

Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 23-Aug-09, 05:44:46 am
Anne - I like your little balcony buddies!  :birdhum: Glad to hear that you and your friends are ok.     :eyecat: (love the EyeCat)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 23-Aug-09, 08:31:49 am
Yes, Anne, the pix are a lot easier to see now. I'm curious about Eric. Where did you find him, and where does he live? When I was just married we had a red-eared turtle named Touche that lived in our aquarium.  We had him 9 years, from a baby sold in the 5 & 10 store  :nono: to a handsome 8"-long guy. He was a surprisingly good pet, always climbing up on his rock island to greet us whenever we walked into the room and asking little more than a couple of his favorite fish (gourami) to chase down for dinner.

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 23-Aug-09, 11:20:59 am
This time I've also included my not-pets, but balcony friends, two variegated pigeon squabs.  They are about a third of the size of a regular pigeon, but will soon be full-sized and flying away. Sad Already they can fly from the balcony floor to the railing and are quite excited about it!  How can I tell?  Their little chests are puffing away and they are vibrating all over! happy I hope you enjoy these photos more, now that they are each a more viewable

Thanks Anne, your babies are cute. Nice markings.

Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: mrs3popeye on 26-Aug-09, 10:38:27 pm
Although I've posted these photos of my pets before, these are in a better size range, so that you don't end up with a huge, fuzzy photo, when you open each one!  The 3-toed box turtle is +35 year old Eric and the black cat is 17-year old Spot.  This time I've also included my not-pets, but balcony friends, two variegated pigeon squabs.  They are about a third of the size of a regular pigeon, but will soon be full-sized and flying away. :( Already they can fly from the balcony floor to the railing and are quite excited about it!  How can I tell?  Their little chests are puffing away and they are vibrating all over! :happy: I hope you enjoy these photos more, now that they are each a more viewable size!

Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)


Hi Anne, I love your Spot kitty. I had an all black kitty named Mindy. I adopted her when she was 1 year old. She was 19 when she passed. And your box turtle, +35 yrs. old. WOW! Is that normal for box turtles?? The pigeons are so cute. They must be a joy to watch grow up.
Doris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Judi on 27-Aug-09, 12:09:10 am
And your box turtle, +35 yrs. old. WOW! Is that normal for box turtles??

Doris

Box turtles' average life span can be around 40 years although some species (there's 4 different species of box turtle) can live to over 100 years old! :surprise:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 28-Aug-09, 07:01:58 am
Although I've posted these photos of my pets before, these are in a better size range, so that you don't end up with a huge, fuzzy photo, when you open each one!  ...................hope you enjoy these photos more, now that they are each a more viewable size!
Anne C. (Toronto, ON Canada)




Hi Anne, the pictures are great, how  do you sent them? The pets are great too. The pigeons are fluffy!
I like the turtle, we had one for 40 years at my parents house, he lived in the garden. During the winter we put lots of leaves and other things in his little wooden house, to keep him warm during his hibernation. He digs himself into the ground. One year we digged him out during a very cold winter, probably 1963?  When my parents moved to a flat, I took him, but my garden is very open and cold and he was sick all the time. At least we took him to the reptile zoo. They were very happy with him and said: wow thats a great female Moorish turtle, we like to have her, she can lay eggs!   
(http://animalscrazysmiles.pcdingo.net/images/turtle4.gif) greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 28-Aug-09, 07:34:18 am




Hi Anne, the pictures are great, how  do you sent them? The pets are great too. The pigeons are fluffy!
I like the turtle, we had one for 40 years at my parents house, he lived in the garden. During the winter we put lots of leaves and other things in his little wooden house, to keep him warm during his hibernation. He digs himself into the ground. One year we digged him out during a very cold winter, probably 1963?  When my parents moved to a flat, I took him, but my garden is very open and cold and he was sick all the time. At least we took him to the reptile zoo. They were very happy with him and said: wow thats a great female Moorish turtle, we like to have her, she can lay eggs!   
(http://animalscrazysmiles.pcdingo.net/images/turtle4.gif) greetings Aafke


Great story Aafke....wow....40 yrs??? Nice you took HER with you when you moved. goodnews:

 :thanx:  Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 28-Aug-09, 04:49:56 pm
Here is a picture of Malou, our boxer. She is all naturel,  no cutting ears or tail!
It's a  picture from the first day she came at our home.
At the moment she is almost 6 years and a fantastic dog, very nice and friendly.
(http://www.kidsdomain.com/icon/cats/paw1.gif) greetings Aafke





Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 28-Aug-09, 05:03:01 pm
And this is Malou now.
I couldn't send the pictures at the same post.
  :dogwag: greetings Aafke




Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: pdk on 28-Aug-09, 06:44:51 pm
Malou is a grand looking dog!  My neighbor has a pure-bred male boxer that looks so much like Malou.  The exception is that Gator's tail and ears have been docked.  From the size of her feet in the puppy photo, I bet you knew she would be very large!

Patricia


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 28-Aug-09, 06:48:04 pm
And this is Malou now.
I couldn't send the pictures at the same post.
  :dogwag: greetings Aafke




She's a beautiful Boxer Aafke. I have never seen one uncropped. Nice.

Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 29-Aug-09, 12:36:28 am
Boxers have the SWEETEST faces!    :2thumbsup:  :star: :star: :star:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 29-Aug-09, 03:36:18 pm




She's a beautiful Boxer Aafke. I have never seen one uncropped. Nice.

Donna
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Are you  kidding me?
Is it still legal to cut ears and tails?
 :dogwag:  Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 30-Aug-09, 06:25:05 am
She is beautiful!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: jeanne on 04-Sep-09, 11:15:45 pm
This is my Mariah, a 3 1/2 year old chocolate shar pei.  I got her when she was 9 months old and she came with her name!!  How perfect! 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: jeanne on 04-Sep-09, 11:17:46 pm
And this is Bentley, aka Mr. B, who turned 3 today.  I got him as a baby and he is a blue shar pei.  I didn't name him either but because I have a Mariah, his middle name is Skye!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 05-Sep-09, 06:14:18 am
This is my Mariah, a 3 1/2 year old chocolate shar pei.  I got her when she was 9 months old and she came with her name!!  How perfect! 

How perfect indeed. Why didn't you tell us before? It's very interesting that you have an already named dog "MARIAH"? She's beautiful and so is Mr B. Shar Pei's are so cool, Love the wrinkles.   :dogwag::thanx: jeanne


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 05-Sep-09, 03:46:13 pm
And this is Bentley, aka Mr. B, who turned 3 today.  I got him as a baby and he is a blue shar pei.  I didn't name him either but because I have a Mariah, his middle name is Skye!

Hi Jeanne
Mariah and Bentley are both great dogs. :dogwag: :dogwag:
greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: jeanne on 05-Sep-09, 06:25:36 pm
It's funny... I saw a picture of Mariah as a puppy.  When I saw her name, I thought "what are the chances that a dog would have that special name.  I was debating whether I should get her as a companion for my 12 year old shar pei Harley.  I thought it might be disruptive to him so I didn't.  He died later that year and Mariah was returned to the breeder because the family was allergic to her fur.  So I got the call and visited her.  Her and Bentley's breeders  (they know each other )felt the two of them would get along and they were right. 

Bentley's breeder used to follow the falcon cam, not sure if she still does.

Wild coincidences! :dogwag:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 05-Sep-09, 06:38:29 pm
It's funny... I saw a picture of Mariah as a puppy.  When I saw her name, I thought "what are the chances that a dog would have that special name.  I was debating whether I should get her as a companion for my 12 year old shar pei Harley.  I thought it might be disruptive to him so I didn't.  He died later that year and Mariah was returned to the breeder because the family was allergic to her fur.  So I got the call and visited her.  Her and Bentley's breeders  (they know each other )felt the two of them would get along and they were right. 

Bentley's breeder used to follow the falcon cam, not sure if she still does.

Wild coincidences! :dogwag:
Mariah was meant to be with you...Mr B also. Nice story....happy ending. bguitar :mbanana:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: anneintoronto on 07-Sep-09, 09:42:12 pm
Yes, Anne, the pix are a lot easier to see now. I'm curious about Eric. Where did you find him, and where does he live? When I was just married we had a red-eared turtle named Touche that lived in our aquarium.  We had him 9 years, from a baby sold in the 5 & 10 store  :nono: to a handsome 8"-long guy. He was a surprisingly good pet, always climbing up on his rock island to greet us whenever we walked into the room and asking little more than a couple of his favorite fish (gourami) to chase down for dinner.

Dot in PA

Sorry that my response to your question is so slow, Dot!  We also had little red-eared slider turtles when we were kids -- you'd buy them at the local Woolworth's and keep them in a round bowl, that had a ramp up to a plastic palm tree...  I'm glad that they aren't available like that today, as I'm sure most of them were forgotten, not fed properly and got soft shell... :crying: My brother was very interested in biology (later got his PhD in Biology!) and made sure ours were always treated properly.
As far as our box turtle -- he was a rescue.  The fellow at the petstore knew us well, as we'd bought other reptiles and hung around the place.  One of the reasons we settled in the Cabbagetown area of Toronto, was the pet store, which caters to reptiles.  Anyway, Eric was a great deal smaller and the interest in him had passed, so the mother brought him back to the petstore.  The owner called us and the rest is history!  I'm glad that there are more laws in place these days, to keep reptiles where they belong -- out in their own region and living free.
Eric has a good sized wooden terrarium, with his own pond, hollow log, an eating dish and a sliding glass door that he can push open and stick his head out (but not get out!).  The ground is rounded, medium-sized pebbles -- he can walk on them, dig in them -- whatever he feels like.  He also has a big tub that he swims in on warm day, out on the balcony!  Eris also walks around on my desk, getting into mischief and looking over the edge.  I don't know how or why, but he knows not to walk off the edge of the desk. :o  Not that I leave him alone!  But it is kind of neat!  :happy:
I'm attaching a few more photos of Eric, in his habitate.  It's not huge, but he climbs and digs and pushes his log home around to suit his mood!  I've also put on one more photo of my balcony "friends".  The pigeon fledgling, coming in for a nice landing, is one of the little ones you saw in the last photo I submitted and the other fledgling is the one closest to the balcony railing corner.  They sure do grow up fast!

Best Wishes,
Anne C. (Toronto, ON  Canada)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 08-Sep-09, 06:17:14 am
Better not show Eric to Rich - he'll want his own!   :happy:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 08-Sep-09, 08:07:43 am
Thanks, Anne, for all the Eric details and extra pix. I'm glad you took him in and have kept him healthy and happy all these years. :thumbsup: He's a very handsome fellow!

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 08-Sep-09, 08:00:33 pm
He's a Beautiful Turtle and I still love your pigeons.   :hatch1: :dance1:


Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: pdk on 09-Sep-09, 05:16:51 pm
 I am not sure if I am replying to the turtle or the shar-peis. I have not quite figured out the reply procedure.  At any rate,  I will say a word about both . The turtle is a handsome fellow, and I love the shar-peis, aka the wrinkle dog.  They have such deeply expressive faces and those wrinkles.   I can only hope that my own wrinkles look as good!
Patricia


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 09-Sep-09, 07:52:11 pm
I am not sure if I am replying to the turtle or the shar-peis. I have not quite figured out the reply procedure.  At any rate,  I will say a word about both . The turtle is a handsome fellow, and I love the shar-peis, aka the wrinkle dog.  They have such deeply expressive faces and those wrinkles.   I can only hope that my own wrinkles look as good!
Patricia

Patricia - to reply to a specific post, press the QUOTE button.  For a general response, press REPLY.  Janet  :eyecat:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 09-Sep-09, 08:19:44 pm
I am not sure if I am replying to the turtle or the shar-peis. I have not quite figured out the reply procedure.  At any rate,  I will say a word about both . The turtle is a handsome fellow, and I love the shar-peis, aka the wrinkle dog.  They have such deeply expressive faces and those wrinkles.   I can only hope that my own wrinkles look as good!
Patricia

Patricia - to reply to a specific post, press the QUOTE button.  For a general response, press REPLY.  Janet  :eyecat:

Ya ya, we know, you just  :heart: that eye cat.... :hysterical:

Donna


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 10-Sep-09, 05:43:04 am

 :eyecat:

Ya ya, we know, you just  :heart: that eye cat.... :hysterical:

Donna

:cat:  And why do I  :heart: the  :eyecat:?  We called Flotsam (Bart's sister) Buggies because her eye were so round.   :eyecat:  Although this little guy  :halloween2: has some pretty round eyes  :happy:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: pdk on 10-Sep-09, 05:15:02 pm
I am not sure if I am replying to the turtle or the shar-peis. I have not quite figured out the reply procedure.  At any rate,  I will say a word about both . The turtle is a handsome fellow, and I love the shar-peis, aka the wrinkle dog.  They have such deeply expressive faces and those wrinkles.   I can only hope that my own wrinkles look as good!
Patricia

Patricia - to reply to a specific post, press the QUOTE button.  For a general response, press REPLY.  Janet  :eyecat:

Thanks Janet.
Patricia


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 11-Sep-09, 06:04:04 am
I am not sure if I am replying to the turtle or the shar-peis. I have not quite figured out the reply procedure.  At any rate,  I will say a word about both . The turtle is a handsome fellow, and I love the shar-peis, aka the wrinkle dog.  They have such deeply expressive faces and those wrinkles.   I can only hope that my own wrinkles look as good!
Patricia

Patricia - to reply to a specific post, press the QUOTE button.  For a general response, press REPLY.  Janet  :eyecat:

Thanks Janet.
Patricia

You are most welcome  :bunny:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: nwfloridafalconfan on 15-Sep-09, 10:20:20 am
Something else to worry about.
 (http://www.stumbleupon.com/s/#1fOup9/www.halopets.com/pet-education/pet-articles/high-cholesterol-in-pets.html/)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Carol P. on 15-Sep-09, 05:02:17 pm
Something else to worry about.
 (http://www.stumbleupon.com/s/#1fOup9/www.halopets.com/pet-education/pet-articles/high-cholesterol-in-pets.html/)


 :confused:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 15-Sep-09, 10:46:52 pm
Something else to worry about.
 (http://www.stumbleupon.com/s/#1fOup9/www.halopets.com/pet-education/pet-articles/high-cholesterol-in-pets.html/)


 :confused:

 :dogrun:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: ~Sage~ on 24-Nov-09, 12:56:34 pm
Hi fellow falcon watchers!  I'm a Buffalo falcon watcher!

 :tired:  Did I hear mention of a round-eyed cat?  Cookiecat (http://www.flickr.com/photos/vickispix/sets/72057594048230556/) wants to be introduced!



Smoky and BB are staying in town this winter at UB's MacKay Tower and another pair, Stash and Stella were onsite overseeing the installation of their brand new nestbox at Buffalo' Central Terminal last week!  More news of the Buffalo birds on , ~Peregrine Place~ (http://pefas.blogspot.com/)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 24-Nov-09, 01:49:49 pm
Hi fellow falcon watchers!  I'm a Buffalo falcon watcher!

 :tired:  Did I hear mention of a round-eyed cat?  Cookiecat (http://www.flickr.com/photos/vickispix/sets/72057594048230556/) wants to be introduced!





Cookiecat is a beauty!  :eyecat::I like her long tongue and the photos of her being held so we can see how huge she is!

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Shaky on 24-Nov-09, 02:25:44 pm
Welcome, Sage!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 24-Nov-09, 02:26:32 pm
Cookiecat is beautiful!  Thanks for sharing your pics!    :kittykiss:

                        Kris


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 24-Nov-09, 02:32:41 pm
Oh!  Sage!  Cookiecat is a Beauty!  Thanks for sharing - Janet  :eyecat:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: ~Sage~ on 24-Nov-09, 02:49:32 pm
Thank you all!  I couldn't get the pic into the post so I used the link to her set.  I've checked the faqs.



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 24-Nov-09, 08:04:41 pm
Thank you all!  I couldn't get the pic into the post so I used the link to her set.  I've checked the faqs.



Oh I  :heart: Cookiecat...thanks for sharing.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Bonnie on 27-Nov-09, 03:09:35 pm
I usually don't post too much under this topic, but I had to share my latest addition to the flock:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-KiAYmr2Pc

He is gifted.  And even more round eyed than CookieCat.  :))



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 27-Nov-09, 04:18:40 pm

Thanks Sage for the great pictures, :clap:  I like your cat, I immidiatly thought at a Norwegian Forest Cat.  I really like it to have one some time.
 :cat: greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Aafke on 27-Nov-09, 04:22:36 pm
I usually don't post too much under this topic, but I had to share my latest addition to the flock:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-KiAYmr2Pc

He is gifted.  And even more round eyed than CookieCat.  :))



Bonnie, thanks for sharing, what a great bird,  :2thumbsup: I like to see more of him!!!
 :sparrow: greetings Aafke


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: ~Sage~ on 13-Dec-09, 08:36:10 pm
Bonnie, the birdie video is wonderful!

Aafke, I'd love to have a Norwegian Forest Cat too.  When a Flickr friend posted a pic of her Tonto, I asked her permission to play with it in Photoshop resulting in this pic which has now been on Exlplore for almost 1-1/2 years!

(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3223/2775034032_eaa5f13cb6.jpg)

(http://signatures.mylivesignature.com/54487/380/E273ACAF2E0D44C46CA3B948000B272C.png)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Wing Goose on 13-Dec-09, 09:32:23 pm
Sage, Tonto is a beautiful cat.  Thank you for sharing your friend's cat.
       Lola
    :handshake:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 13-Dec-09, 09:57:55 pm
~ Absolutely Adorable ~ Thanks for sharing.  :heart:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Tokira on 13-Dec-09, 11:45:31 pm
I'm kitty-sitting my Niece's cat, Pacifica, again, while Kris is out of the country for work.
She's a mixed breed kitty from guadalajara, who looks like a NFC.
Carol
WV


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: ~Sage~ on 14-Dec-09, 12:19:55 am
Gorgeous face, Tokira!  Can I have her?   :yes:

(http://signatures.mylivesignature.com/54487/380/E273ACAF2E0D44C46CA3B948000B272C.png)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 14-Dec-09, 06:00:32 am
Sage, Tonto is a beautiful cat.  Thank you for sharing your friend's cat.
       Lola
    :handshake:


 :ditto:  Mega Tonto Dittos, Sage!   :eyecat:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 06-Jan-10, 02:44:25 pm
My snow dogs in the yard. That was January 1 and now there's ALOT more snow out there!  :laugh:

http://picasaweb.google.com/dawnv311/Jan12010?feat=directlink


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 06-Jan-10, 03:35:32 pm
Hi Dawn,

lovely dog pictures.


Greetings
Annette


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: rushhen06 on 06-Jan-10, 04:50:02 pm
My snow dogs in the yard. That was January 1 and now there's ALOT more snow out there!  :laugh:

http://picasaweb.google.com/dawnv311/Jan12010?feat=directlink


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 06-Jan-10, 06:51:54 pm
I love that Bullet!  :heart: #8 is Classic! 


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: NoraH on 16-Jan-10, 01:20:34 am
My snow dogs in the yard. That was January 1 and now there's ALOT more snow out there!  :laugh:

http://picasaweb.google.com/dawnv311/Jan12010?feat=directlink

 ???  I get:  Oops... there's nothing to see here. Either you do not have access to these photos, or they don't exist at this web address. Please contact the owner directly to gain access.

  View dawnv311's Gallery 

Learn more about photo privacy in the Picasa Web Albums Help Center.



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 16-Jan-10, 03:14:59 am
Try this http://picasaweb.google.com/dawnv311/SnowDogsPartII (http://picasaweb.google.com/dawnv311/SnowDogsPartII)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Mirta on 23-Jan-10, 03:03:12 pm
This is my last Nacha´s portrait.
Hope you like it!
Mirta


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 23-Jan-10, 07:03:10 pm
I do  :clap:  What a beautiful baby!   :happy:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Wing Goose on 23-Jan-10, 07:05:13 pm
Mirta,
Nascha is a beautiful cat.  I love her markings.  Thanks for sharing.
Lola

 :kittykiss:
 /b]


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 23-Jan-10, 07:27:12 pm
This is my last Nacha´s portrait.
Hope you like it!
Mirta

Pritty Kitty Mirta...THANKS  :thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 24-Jan-10, 10:36:23 am
Nacha is really pretty!  :eyecat:

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: pdk on 24-Jan-10, 01:46:36 pm
 Beautiful cat, Mirta.  Does she have an all-white body?

Patricia in Florida


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Mirta on 24-Jan-10, 04:09:32 pm
Beautiful cat, Mirta.  Does she have an all-white body?

Patricia in Florida

All white except the tail and a big circle in the right side of her body. Those are the same color of her head marks
She is the real owner of my house...
:)
Mirta


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 24-Jan-10, 04:12:35 pm
Beautiful cat, Mirta.  Does she have an all-white body?

Patricia in Florida

All white except the tail and a big circle in the right side of her body. Those are the same color of her head marks
She is the real owner of my house...
:)
Mirta

My cat Sam has a big circle on his left side: o


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 24-Jan-10, 05:47:32 pm
My cat Sam has a big circle on his left side: o

Is it an 'O' or a funky 'B'?  :happy:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Judi on 28-Jan-10, 10:26:58 pm
Mirta,

Nacha is so pretty! 

 :wub:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 25-Feb-10, 09:01:57 am
Here's my daughters cat Mimi. Why do cats love to be on monitors and keyboards? Because they  :heart: us and always have to be near. Or their just nosy!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 25-Feb-10, 09:30:27 am
Here's my daughters cat Mimi. Why do cats love to be on monitors and keyboards? Because they  :heart: us and always have to be near. Or their just nosy!

Both!   ;)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Bird Crazy on 27-Feb-10, 10:18:21 am
maybe they are waiting for the mouse to run away.  :2funny:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 27-Feb-10, 11:13:12 am
maybe they are waiting for the mouse to run away.  :2funny:

 :laugh:   :2funny:   :clap:


Title: 2nd try on Bucca
Post by: Donna on 03-Mar-10, 10:22:28 am
Sorry, the first time I posted, the pic was way to big. I resized it. This is Bucca, my chunk cat. He's huge but so was his daddy.


Title: Re: 2nd try on Bucca
Post by: Kris G. on 03-Mar-10, 10:29:22 am
Sorry, the first time I posted, the pic was way to big. I resized it. This is Bucca, my chunk cat. He's huge but so was his daddy.

How cute is he!!  Our Toby (also a chunk cat) loves to lay in that same position. Thanks for sharing!  :kittykiss:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 03-Mar-10, 11:06:24 am
Bucca is beautiful. (http://s17.rimg.info/4c9f652adcb58a7465f80b00f0227350.gif) (http://smiles.rc-welt.com/smile.145691.html)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 03-Mar-10, 02:27:57 pm
Bucca needs Sam to put him on an exercise routine  :2funny:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 03-Mar-10, 03:10:51 pm
Bucca needs Sam to put him on an exercise routine  :2funny:

Bucca will always be a lazy cat. The only time I ever see him run is when my son calls him, then he plops next to his feet and rolls on his back. Bucca  :heart: Sean.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 15-Mar-10, 02:27:05 pm
Sam doesn't play with normal "CAT" toys, he likes sox and underwear, (clean) and this Winter head band. He carries this all over. One time we had people over and he comes down with a pair of boxers in his mouth, just dragging them along. Don't leave any clothes on your floor or he'll bring them down.  :stupid:

Bucca thinks he's nuts too!  :silly



Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Kris G. on 15-Mar-10, 02:57:15 pm
Sam doesn't play with normal "CAT" toys, he likes sox and underwear, (clean) and this Winter head band. He carries this all over. One time we had people over and he comes down with a pair of boxers in his mouth, just dragging them along. Don't leave any clothes on your floor or he'll bring them down. 

Bucca thinks he's nuts too!

How cute is that!!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 15-Mar-10, 05:51:13 pm
Sam doesn't play with normal "CAT" toys, he likes sox and underwear, (clean) and this Winter head band. He carries this all over. One time we had people over and he comes down with a pair of boxers in his mouth, just dragging them along. Don't leave any clothes on your floor or he'll bring them down.  :stupid:

Bucca thinks he's nuts too!  :silly



My Jasmine, Lilac Point Meezer long-gone to kitty heaven, loved Riches used socks!  Left them in her water dish, in the food dish, chewed on them to clean her teeth!  Clean teeth ok, but with dirty socks???


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Bird Crazy on 15-Mar-10, 08:23:30 pm
My Buster either sleeps with my dear husbands dirty socks or with his head in his shoe  :sick:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 16-Mar-10, 06:22:26 am
My Buster either sleeps with my dear husbands dirty socks or with his head in his shoe  :sick:

Nothing like the scent of the Master!   :sick:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dawn on 03-May-10, 01:04:28 pm
My Maggie is Dog of the day on Dogster today!!   :clap:

http://www.dogster.com/dogs/81934


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 03-May-10, 01:09:42 pm
Yay Maggie....nice Dawn. Love the bio!  :thumbsup:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 03-May-10, 01:15:22 pm
My Maggie is Dog of the day on Dogster today!!   :clap:

http://www.dogster.com/dogs/81934

WooHoo!  Congrats Maggie   :2thumbsup: (and Dawn)  :clap:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: MAK on 03-May-10, 01:39:44 pm
 :clap:    goodnews:     :wave:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 03-May-10, 01:41:49 pm
Do I have to point out the the 3 little pigs lined up in a row again??   :laugh:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Annette on 03-May-10, 01:42:32 pm
Congratulations!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: MAK on 03-May-10, 01:50:02 pm
Do I have to point out the the 3 little pigs lined up in a row again??   :laugh:

Nope. OINK! OINK! OINK!


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Donna on 03-May-10, 01:52:32 pm
Do I have to point out the the 3 little pigs lined up in a row again??   :laugh:

Nope. OINK! OINK! OINK!

AGAIN Piglets???


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: valhalla on 03-May-10, 01:53:44 pm
Do I have to point out the the 3 little pigs lined up in a row again??   :laugh:

Nope. OINK! OINK! OINK!

AGAIN Piglets???

 :2funny:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Patti from Kentucky on 30-Mar-11, 07:28:10 pm
Cats can get themselves into some fairly undignified sleeping positions, but I thought this one (by Simon) was above and beyond...


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: MAK on 30-Mar-11, 07:35:02 pm
 :eyecat: Looks like he's holding his butt up with his tail.  :gum:


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: OlRedHair on 30-Oct-16, 08:26:12 pm
Here are some pet pictures.


Nora in Florida


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Dot_Forrester on 31-Oct-16, 07:19:08 am
They're great! :eyecat: Thanks so much!

Dot in PA


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Carol P. on 14-Dec-17, 08:33:50 am
Lucky has a new brother! After losing his sister, Justice, earlier this year, a baby cockatiel named Snow has joined our family!  :wub:

If I can figure out how to post pics, I will do so soon.  :)


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: schlaf374 on 14-Dec-17, 02:16:51 pm
Carol,
Sorry yo hear about Justice.
I'm sure Lucky will enjoy having Snow for company.


Title: Re: Falcon Watcher's Pets
Post by: Lynne in New Hampshire on 14-Dec-17, 04:38:00 pm
Glad Lucky got a new friend! :thumbsup: