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i would have a new foundlander but they loved to swin,and there is a not so clean pond, 50 meters from here,so it seems no so good choice to me for buying one.
but a new foundlander was on my list of dogs i would have
Last edited by janihudi; January 23rd, 2010, 14:59.
My husband Alan is the big hunter. I don't anymore.
Yes, Chip is DEFINITELY a "huntin' dawg"--there is absolutely NOTHING she loves so much as retrieving...especially jumping into a icy beaver pond and swimming out to get a 7.5 kg Canada Goose and bring it back to "Him". Over the years, I've referred to "him" and "he" so much that I can say to her now..."Go find HIM" or "Where is HE" and she will go looking for Grumpy Guy.....
It was so cold last week, when they went hunting, she came back and her hair was covered in little points of ice. I tried to get a photo, but it melted as soon as she came in... The cold doesn't bug her because her coat is so thick.
In the second photo, what you can't see is that there are columns on either side of the opening...separating the den from the kitchen. This is where she plays "goalie"-- the plane of the goal being where the tile ends and the carpet begins. She stands there, waiting for you to kick the tennis ball. Only vary RARELY does she fail to catch the ball and you score a goal.
Yeap, this is the entertainment here in Middle-of-Nowhere, Georgia...... let's hear it for excitement.....
I have always been - and will always be - a cat person. One day, I'll have myself a small cat again. I love cats, I have lived with cats almost my whole life.
Most members here probably remember ThaiGer (a neighbor's sadly neglected cat):
- and naturally, my late mothers beloved cat: Lissi, who also passed away to cancer in December last year. This is the most wonderful cat I have been in contact with, she was the connection to my late mother and so highly loved by everybody. She is missed every day.
it is proven that animals brings rest/peace/kalmnes?? back in your body and life
I totally agree: having a pet in the house certainly brings peace and calmness. No doubt. I keep on missing having a pet, a cat, with me.
Sadly, the owner of the house where I'm renting an apartment right now, doesn't like cats and doesn't allow me to have pets. When I find a new apartment nearer the summer, I certainly will look for one that allows me to have a cat.
Here are a couple more images of ThaiGer, taken this sumer:
The cat not only catches birds for food, this one also caught me....
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