Happy 4th of July everyone!
Visited my favorite animal shelter, Stray Haven again and here’s a showcase of the cool cats AND pups I met this time…
Lilly… brought in with her sister or companion, Baby Girl
came from a family that could no longer keep them. They have been in the shelter since February and would love a playful family or owner who gives lots of lovings. Once you see the pictures, you’ll understand why. They give BIG kisses!
Lilly is a little milder than Baby Girl and you can see that on her face.
Baby Girl would be perfect for kids… she has spunk and energy, but is gentle enough to still give face kisses. That’s a great dog right there.
Next to jump out of their kennel, were 3 Spaniel puppies,
or should I say “waddle” because they were just fed and their bellies were enormous. Too funny!
Like all pups they are super soft, adorable and friendly.
This little one kept crawling up my leg while I was trying to photograph.
None of these pups were “nippers” which I really like because I can rarely see anything around me while I’m shooting and like to keep my gear in one piece ; )
Then we moved on to a super interesting cat, Sam. Sam, the fat cat was brought to the kennel when his owner passed away.
He is the biggest cat I have ever layed my eyes on, and remember, I’m a cat lover. His paws alone are huge! So cool!
His weight on arrival was 25.7 pounds, lol. He’s in tough competition with Garfield!
And last, but certainly NOT least were the 2 cutest, 8 week old kittens…
Very inquisitive lil’ buggers and friendly! One had a two-toned face and super soft fur and the other had amazing stripes.
One male and one female, not related but great litter mates.
They can be adopted together or alone – just like Lilly and Baby Girl. Kindred souls are they, BUT having an owner would be the best thing for all of them so adopting them separately is ok too! I couldn’t resist including this last image… I think the caption should be, “alllllright! Enough with the lovin’s already!” Email about your favorite interest, firstname.lastname@example.org