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I received my free pet safety pack from the ASPCA yesterday. It took a while (oh about two months) but better late than never, right? I first learned about this pack in one of Pet Sugar's posts. It's from last year, but thank goodness I chanced upon it. Whenever I watch the news and see a home that caught on fire, or an area affected by an earthquake or like lately, the gas leak explosion in San Bruno, I also wonder if they had pets in those homes. What about them? =(
Being a stay-at-home mom, I'm almost always home. But there are still some days when I would be out doing some errands or spending some quality time with the family. So should something happen while we're not at home, though there are no guarantees, it's good to have this sticker/decal on my balcony sliding door or window as a precaution in case of an emergency (earthquake, fire, etc). It contains info like what kind of pets you have at home and contact number. I also plan to make one so I can stick it on my front door.
Just for picture purposes. Filled it out after.
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Heeeeeylp! I'm being crushed! I don't do UFC, daddy!
A few weeks ago we had our engagement session and the huskies were not left out of this process. We had our photographers come up from San Diego to San Francisco. We were primped and shining from beauty product week and were ready to rock some photo sessions. We should have known the huskies would steal the show and no one would be interested in OUR pics. That's ok, at least they rocked it!
So enough about the dog parents, you want to know what did Camden and Kylie Mae wear, I know. We have put together all of the best of the best dog photos from our day with our photographers for you to view. Enjoy!
We give you Husky casual wear:
Now we give you puppy formal wear:
(I made Kylie's necklace by hand and we searched high and low for a baby tie for Camden)
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After his standard 23-hour work day, our post-production whiz Justin occasionally has a spare 30 minutes or so to work on passion projects. Here's one example of a Justin-style labor of love. Justin found inspiration in Coco, a rhythmically-gifted Boston Terrier we met at the Satine Boutique in Los Angeles, and let the creative juices flow. The result? This prodigious mélange of cinematic artistry.
Witness Justin's muse Coco as she lets the music take over. You won't regret it.
This morning, I discovered a green ball on the table. It looked like a smaller tennis ball, so I did what any normal Munchkin would do. I batted it off the table and decided to play with it on the floor. I enjoyed that activity quite a bit until I decided to acquaint my taste buds with it. What a mistake that was. As it turns out, citrus is an acquired taste.
I was going to stubbornly stand aloof next to Ryan Gosling, but Minou came in to hog my spotlight, which made me return to my chase. Minou and I know why we randomly bolted out of the living room, but we aren't telling you OR Mom. We think it adds a little mystery to our legend.
Please don't judge the messy house. Mom and Roo Mate are in the midst of both cleaning the place and going through things to see what else was stolen during the recent burglary. Mom hates thinking that Minou and I probably welcomed the burglar, because we really are remarkably friendly with new people; even worse, what if we were KICKED or something like that? At least we weren't catnapped.
WHO'd a thunk that a kitty would look a little bit like a bird? While Minou gets called Butterball for his turkey resemblance, I get called a "wee owl." What a hoot! Do you see the similarity between the world's most dashing short-legged cat and a nocturnal bird?
I got a text from Josh saying " I lost a husky."
After tons of searching, Camden was playing hide and go seek in the guest bathtub/
shower curtain closed, quiet as a mouse.
Oh furry children.
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I was all excited yesterday because Minou and I were supposed to have the house to ourselves for days. Days, I tell you! Both Mom and Roo Mate were jetting out of town to go backstage at fashion shows and whatnot. Aside from a food bowl-replenishing visit from Auntie Sabs, the cats were gonna be in charge!
THANKS A LOT, MOTHER NATURE.
Because of all of the snowfall in New York, flights are wonky. Roo Mate is stuck in Vegas for the time being, and Mom? Well, lucky us, she's here for at least another day. Look how she taunts us with this strange talking machine. I am a little too smart to fall for its witchcraft, but Cletus Van Damme here eats it up. I think he thinks it's a baby kitten, because last night he tried to snuggle it. I suspected Minou might be a few kibble bits short of a Fancy Feast, but now I'm convinced. Then again, not everyone can be as intellectually brilliant as Milo Minousky, PhD.
After this experiment, Mom decided that it is best to hold on to the phone while trying to trick us. That Minou is faster than you think!
I believe I may have met my match. It's almost as though this (devastatingly handsome and debonair) cat knew exactly what I was going to do before I did it. I zigged, he zagged. I suspect he may be aligned with Minou in an attempt to gain full control over the blue chair. If you have any suggestions on how I can defeat him, please let me know... but be hush-hush about it, ok? He may have some sort of cat Stasi thing going on, because it's as though he can predict my every move.
This is a new thing for Reuben: Rolling on the floor after a bath. In his whole year of life, never have I seen him do this. Recently Reuben got an ear infection from "snow diving," so could that have something to do with it? I'm not sure, but it's hilarious! Do any of your dogs do this?
- Sleep in as late as possible. This really baffles owners at first but then puts them in a sense of amazement and happiness. You can really catch them off guard then.
- When you finally do awake, startle our slaves person however you think will do the trick (barking, pouncing, snorkeling under the covers with your cold wet nose, chewbacca and sing long songs). However, my personal favorite is getting as close to the face as possible and staring the person down until they feel this horrible sensation that someone is watching them and suddenly jolt up paranoid. Any one of those (though effective) is a terrible way to wake up but the last tops the cake and is the most fun.
- Pretend to look at something out the window as if it made a horrible noise and woke everyone up. Look surprised and innocent that they are awake and joyfully prance down the stairs cause you got our way see your person is awake and proceed to pick up the leash and carry it to said person indicating "take me to the bathroom now." No sense of urgency is needed here as the people of the house know full well that I could just go but I'm nice and I ask permission first. At least in this I hold the power.
- Take the person of the house outside where it's freezing. Now this is my favorite part, smell every single flower or leaf you can find. I actually really do love this about mornings but seeing your person prance about shivering saying things that don't sound like they are nice words is much more rewarding. Relieve yourself but only a tiny bit so that owner thinks you have done your business as they say blah blah blah good girl blah blah and drag you back in the house.
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As you might suspect, I'm a cat who leads a life of danger. Milo is my name, and spying is my game. Right now I'm working on a top-secret case. It involves figuring out how the slugs returned to the back porch even after Mom successfully banished them a couple of weeks ago. Every night, I slink back there and stake things out, and one of these days I'm gonna — oh wait. Crap! I gave away the top-secret case. (Espionage fail.) Still, you should be impressed by my SD-6 style skills.
Secret aaaaaaaaaagent cat! Secret aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagent cat!
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As I mentioned last week, I really hate being brushed. Of course, Brother Minou just looooooves it. He prances in circles when he first sees the Furminator comb and then he says, "It's not a toomuh." At which point I'm like, that's not even the right movie, you nimrod. He doesn't care. His feeble mind is bloated with anticipation for the grooming to come.
I, on the other hand, would rather wear gingham bloomers (something to look into — ed.) than have those evil rakes go through my fur. Personally, I think the whole ritual is barbaric, but Mom seems to think that having cat hair covering every surface is undesirable. (Yeah, I don't get her logic either.) So every now and then, I have to suffer through the humiliation of going to the cat salon. As you will see, I act like it is the biggest imposition in the world.
(PS) Mom thinks I look like Rudolph Valentino at 1:40.
(PPS) Those are mostly meows, not hisses.