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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Zoe Going to the Beauty Salon


Tuesday at lunch I got my hair cut and got it all chopped off very short. I'm all about time efficiency, and short hair is wash and wear with minimal fuss.

Today, Zoe has an appointment for her haircut. I'll drop her off and The Boss will pick her up. I hate having to leave her there for six hours, but she's a good girl who the groomer says gives her no problem. In fact, she said she wished ALL her clients were as good as Zoe. She's always been a calm, reserved and quite girl, why she's The Boss's favorite. That, plus for some reason she is all over him. Daddy's girl. Women are often fools for love!

I've NEVER given Zoe a bath, because she has regular baths and cuts at the groomer. She's part Chow and has a thick coat, which unless brushed almost every day, gets tangled, especially at her back end. This photo shows her with longer hair, but right now its even longer that the picture. It's hilarious when she comes back from the groomer, because it looks like she lost about 20 pounds! Kind of like Skeeter's shaved lion cats! Now you know why her nickname is "Raggamuffin," because she's all shaggy and a mess!

Do any of you take your pets to the groomer? I used to cut Tramp myself. I'd put her up on the kitchen island on a towel, whip out the clippers and do the entire job. I wasn't working then, so I had time to do it. It wasn't as good as a professional, but did the trick. And dogs will never complain to the groomer about the results! I never tried to cut Zoe. She'd be good while I did it, but the coat is so thick I know I'd have a mess.

Now, if I ever picked out a dog, I'd go for one that DID NOT have long hair, but since all my pets pick me or I pick them up as strays, I got Scooter who has longer hair that sheds like crazy, and Zoe, another dog that needs more upkeep.But no matter what the extra chores are with such pets, it's ALL worth it! But if I had a choice, I'd go with short hairs that never need cutting, like Peanut, mama's little man!

posted by Sandy at 3/01/2007 06:12:00 AM

42 Comments:

Blogger Pam said...

Good morning Sandy,
I don't take my cats to the groomer because they would freak. As you probably recall I've mentioned my problems with Courtney and her mats before so Suzanne and Gerta come over and cut her hair for me but we have to use sissors. We have given the girla a bath a couple of times and they all 3 hate it!

I took Tiger to the vet for a bath one time and they said he just about ate the groomer up and they had to end up sedating him, poor baby. I was so upset with myself for even taking him after that episode and he died about a month later ( from complications from insulin )so I felt like I had given him trauma he shouldn't have had to go through! Guilt! Guilt! Guilt! He should ahve had nothing but happy days till the end. I'll always worry about that.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 9:29:00 AM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

Ok let’s talk about groomers. Oscar had a bad experience at a groomer in CO. To this day I'm still not sure what happened.

I dropped both Oscar and Mattie off at the groomers. I had not used this particular groomer before, but I had talked to several people who had and said they were a good place. Usually you can trust word of mouth. They were there for about 3 hours. When I dropped them off I told the lady that Oscar doesn't do well when he is kenneled by himself and to please kennel them together. She said that was fine, she had dealt with dogs that had similar problems. So OK, I’m thinking all is good. WRONG! When I went to pick them up, they were in separate kennels. At the time I didn't think anything about it. She let them out and they came running to me all excited. I was doing the typical mommy thing and cooing about how pretty they were and how good they smelled. When the lady walked around the corner of the desk to talk to me, Oscar looked up at her and peed all over the floor. I got upset since he had never done that before and I apologized to her. She said it was Ok; dogs do it all the time. I told her that it wasn't normal for him to act that way and asked her if anything had happened. Of course she said no. I paid her and went home. I told Hubby what happened and we started talking about it more. I finally remembered that they were in separate kennels when I picked them up and that Oscar was cowering in the corner of the kennel. At the time I was just excited about how pretty they were and didn't think about his demeanor. I wish I had. What I also remembered was that her husband was there when I picked them up; He wasn't when I dropped them off. I got upset thinking about it and called them. She said that nothing had gone wrong, but that I wasn't to bring my dogs back to her. I said if there wasn't a problem, what was the issue with bringing them back? (Not that I would) She didn't have an answer and just said she didn't want to deal with them again.

To this day Oscar has issues with men. If you move your hand or arm to fast around him, he cowers and runs away. I now they had to of hit him. I also know what a pain he can be when he doesn't want to be in the kennel. But I don't beat him until he cowers in the corner. I work with him on it. That was 3 years ago and it took me until this past summer to get him to go into the kennel at home on his own without peeing on me. It still makes me mad every time I think about it. He was a puppy at the time and he trusted me to leave him some place safe. I thought I had.

So now when I look for a groomer, I hang out there a couple of time before they go and I still ask people about them. I usually use the groomer at Petsmart, because I can watch through the window. He still gets upset about going and will shake, but I try to make it a good experience and always buy him treats after.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 10:37:00 AM  
Blogger Shannon said...

Pam,
don't fret over it- you didn't do anything horrible and Tiger didn't blame you. I'm sure you spoiled him rotten when you got him home and that is what he remembered and associated with you.

Adrienne,-that just breaks my heart. You're right, my gut would tell me those *ssholes did something mean to Oscar too. Isn't it a shame that you have to be so careful? You would think a person who has that type of business would be an animal lover but I guess to some its only about the money.

I have not had anything other than a short haired dog for years. I still have to vacuum a lot but we don't have any experience with groomers.

Skeeter- my Dad used to shave his kitties like you do. I thought it was so funny but also very nice. His cat was a huge, long-haired black cat. This cat came home from getting shaved and acted like a kitten-racing around and rolling on the floor. I always thought he must have really liked the way it felt to lose all that hair weight.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 11:31:00 AM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Adrienne,
Please tell me you reported the mean groomers to someone of authority! I know you had no proof of any abuse other then your Oscars reaction but maybe if someone checked in on them during haircuts, then they would take better care of the animals. I hope Oscar bit the fire out of that butthead! I bet you are right, I bet they are only in it for the money they are making off of animal lovers! It just pi$$es me off to no end to hear about people abusing animals.

Yep, my girls do not like the hair cutting process but do prance around and seem to enjoy the lack of fur in the warmer months. I am dreading their spring cuts because their fur has really become long over the winter. They have really thick fur and it is a pain in the butt to clip them but we are all happier in this house with clean clipped girls!

Skeeter was a DSH (Domestic short haired) yellow Tabby (like Dragon and Guinevere’s Not so Annoying) and his fur got on everything. He has been gone from us now for over 5 years and I still find his yellow fur at times. I don’t mind as I take that as a sign he is still with us. The day after we put him in the ground, I found a long white whisker of his that I keep in a special place. I see it every time I run the dust rag so he is near me always….

I would always fuss to the Saint about Skeeter fur getting on every thing. He would joke to me and say when Skeeter left us we were going to get one of those hairless cats! I always thought they looked like rats. Then one day we went to a cat show and I got to know the cats a bit. They are indeed strange looking but the cutest things in their own way. But after talking to some of the hairless cat owners, I decided they were not for me. They say they have a short life span only being about 7 years. I could not bear to loose a baby that soon. I love dogs and wanted one after Skeeter died but I think that cats are probably best for me as they do seem to live longer then dogs. I was ready to crawl into the hole with Skeeter that day we said goodbye so I know I will be the same with the next loss so hopefully my girls will be with me at least as long as Skeeter was those 16 years!

Thursday, March 01, 2007 12:33:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

OK pet people maybe I'm being a pet snob, but I thought I would take a look at the other blogs on the web site. Give them all there equal due. I admit when I found “Pet People” I never took the time to read any of the others, I am naturally attracted to anything having to do with pets. So that is where I started first and became addicted. I have to say that ours is by far the most interesting and fun. The only other one that I found funny was "It's whatever" but it is still missing something for me. I don’t think the blogs are bad but they are definitely not as interesting.(for me) We are like a family here and have so much fun chatting and joking with each other. It’s like a drug, I can't get enough. If my boss knew how much time I actually spent on here, he would probably have a fit. Thanks Sandy for having such a great place for all of to meet and hang out. You do such a great job!! I love that I have made new friends who are just as animal crazy as I am.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 12:50:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

Skeeter, The local authorities wouldn't do anything without proof. I just started telling everyone I knew not to use them. My mom said she thinks they have closed b/c she never sees anyone there anymore. I can only hope so.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 12:56:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Shannon, thank you for your kid words, they are comforting and of course I did spoil Tiger for the short 6 years we had him, I still miss him, sweet baby.

Adrienne, my heart breaks for you and your sweet Oscar! That horrible man probably did hit him and hurt him, poor darlin' was scared too. it's not like with a child where you will see the marks if they are hit so it is frustraating. You did the right thing in telling everyone about them. The best and worst advertizment in the world is "Word of Mouth"! And Oscar knows how much he is loved and feels safe with you and his Daddy even if he is a bit nervous with Daddy. I'm with you on hating the actions of people like that and they probably were in it just for the money. Unfortunatly there are those in the medical profession ( doctors, nurses, therapists, dentists, and Vets )as well and that is a sad thing. Thankfully there aren't a lot of them. It pays to research all we can before we go to anyone these days and even with that is isn't easy to know for sure till you've known them awhile. And I'm with you on the Blogg too. I guess I'm a pet blogg snob too cause I agree ours is just so much fun! I'm pretty addicted myself. My daughter teases me about how much I love it. We are like a family and we have Sandy to thank for bringing us altogether! Thanks Sandy!!!!!!!!!

Skeeter, it's good to hear that someone else is as crazy as me about the hair. I have some of Cosette's and Sammy's hair that I've kept. I didn't want to wash thier pet beds for the longest time becasue I was afriad it would all be gone but after washing them several times I still see it. I had to clean them just in case one of my picky girls would want to sleep in them. They've been sitting in the floor abandoned for the last few months. Brittany stepped in one and sniffed it then walked away.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 1:59:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Skeeter, I think I have whiskers from both Cosette and Samantha too, I know I ahve at least one of Samanthas.
Ok, guys now you all may think I've gone off the deep end but got to tell yoou this. After Tiger died we got Samantha a short while later. Samantha slept with our daughter every night usually under the covers and a lot of the time with her head on my daughter's pillow. Once in awhile she'd sleep with us but after my daughter got married and moved out she slept by me. I would feel her jump up on the bed. One night I felt her jump up on the bed and I said good girl Sammy and reached down to pet her only there wasn't any kitty there. I knew I had felt her weight as she jumped up there. I looked and she wasn't there. Well that was the beginning of that happening all the time. I would think it was her and it wasn't. If it has just been the one time I wuld have thought I waas maybe dreming but it happened a lot. I still swear to this day that it was my Tiger coming abck to curl up at my feet the way he always did. That was his spot and Sammy liked it best up beside me althought sometimes she slept by my feet. Still when she wasn't there and I still felt the cat jump on the bed in my heart I know it was my Tiger's spirit. A couple of times since Samantha died I have felt like she has jumped up on the bed with me too. I'm not into a lot of that kind of stuff either but it's one of the reasons I think animals have souls.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 2:11:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Pam,
Oh my, I totally understand you on this one too! When Skeeter left us I would see him dart past my feet around the coffee table like he did every night! I would cry tears of joy with the little glimpse’s I would catch of him. I guess I wanted him back so badly that my mind was playing tricks on me or maybe he was really there… I could smell him in the house also (not a stinky smell, we all have a certain smell and I have a sensitive nose) well, maybe I was smelling his bed. I could not bear to get rid of his bed so I put it under our bed for a long time before finally throwing the old thing away. I know it sounds mean of me throwing his bed away but it was old and full of hair and crude. I never planned on getting another cat as we had talked about getting a dog in the future. So throwing his bed away was kind of a part of the grieving process for me. I was so sad with loosing him that I had to come to terms with him being gone. Throwing away the bed was a big step for me. Even after putting it in the trash can, I had to stop myself from getting it out later that day. I doubt that our girls would have gotten in his bed anyway. Neither of them touched his special chair in our bedroom for over a year! Cheetah finally got in it and I expected that as she has a lot of Skeeter traits in her. I see him a lot in that cat and think he was reincarnated a wee bit in her. Now Sheba on the other hand, has never laid one paw in that chair! It is as if she knows it was his chair and not hers to intrude upon. Her way of showing respect…

Yes, Sandy this is indeed a fun Blog for me as well… I can hardly wait each morning to check in and see what the chat is about! I usually get on the computer twice a day but since finding this Blog, I am like Adrienne being addicted to it! I check it throughout the day and usually before I go to bed too! This is my drug I guess… I will not be able to peek in so much next week because my parents will be coming down from Clarksville to visit with us. I will get in here when I can…

Shannon,
Thanks for the postive words on us clipping the cats fur. I kind of got fussed at a while back for doing such a horible thing to my babies... Now who was that? Hum cant remember...Ha-ha...

Thursday, March 01, 2007 6:36:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

Zoe is an ugly dog.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 6:36:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Daisylouu you are only saying that to get sis riled up aren’t you?
I know you would not call that cute fluff butt ugly!
We all know that Peanut has a special place in your heart but I bet Zoe has a warm nose for you as well....
for that comment Dailylouu, no Bloomer Droppers for you…

Thursday, March 01, 2007 6:51:00 PM  
Blogger Sandy Britt said...

You are a mean and cruel aunt. Tell everyone how you call her head a big box head!

As to the other blogs. All cool people writing them, many of my coworkers. You all are just too old (like me) to appreciate Jamie Dexter's blog. If we were 20 like him we'd be on it! He's a great writer. So are the rest. Everyone has been working HARD with the changes here at the paper, and it's been hard for people to sign on and participate. Anyone with kids should start posting on Jennifer's blog. It's HARD being a new mom, why I never had any kids!

But I love you all because we are friends and this is my THERAPY!

Thursday, March 01, 2007 6:53:00 PM  
Blogger Shannon said...

Adrienne,

I agree about the other blogs. This is definitley the one for me. I have posted to a couple of the others but not on a regular basis. I do hope the other blogs take off and have as much success as this one. I think animal lovers are some of the more passionate people on this earth so its easier for us to come together and socialize.

I am able to post more when my hubby is gone. When he is here, I have to cook supper,do laundry, clean and do more yucky, mindless, time-consuming task. He is like your boss Adrienne.Of course-if you ask him, I do nothing but sit on the computer all day while he does EVERYTHING! He says instead of "hubby" his name is "You Should" This is because I start every sentence to him with "You Should......then follow up that with things like take out the trash, quit being so grumpy, fix me a drink...etc. So to appease him, from now on he will be known as "You Should"

haha...Don't beat me up over that one Dragon.

Thursday, March 01, 2007 7:39:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

Well skeeter, it's like this....Zoe is daddy's favorite and she's the quietest and least amount of work, so everyone fusses over her and for some reason they think she's the "cutest". But she lacks the charm and (yawn) is a tad boring compared to her other housemates.

But lets not all forget it was *ME* who came to the rescue of Zoe when Sandy came storming in the bedroom threatening her innocent life! Yes, I visit my sister for "vacation" and I get to sleep with 3 dogs in the bed (did you notice the size of those dogs?) And then Sandy orders me not to talk baby-talk to Peanut because Scooter will attack (which he did)!

I love Zoe, but she's still ugly.

Friday, March 02, 2007 4:56:00 AM  
Blogger Sandy Britt said...

I was just having a meltdown that day and I would NEVER hurt Zoe. I stick to verbal abuse. LOL.

And it was YOU that caused poor little Peanut to be a victim of Scooter. I TOLD you that Scooter was jealous, that you had to order him around FIRMLY or he'd try to take over, and that's what he did! Next time listen to your older, yet younger looking and much wiser big sister. LOL

Friday, March 02, 2007 7:06:00 AM  
Blogger Stacey said...

Oh geez, get out the hip waders ladies!!!! It is getting REALLY DEEP in here now with that last post!!!!

Dragon, you can just fly over it, so you'll be okay.

Friday, March 02, 2007 8:44:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Sandy,daisylouu, I can just feel the love oozing between the two of you through your snippy remarks to each other. It's obvious that you guys ready do have a mutual respect and great relationship, it's nice to hear the teasing and fun you have. My ( younger )sister and I are close too but we know how to push each others buttons and get really mad sometimes too. Usually it's my sister who gets mad a lot quicker and shows her hot temper ( not that I don't have one )more. And Sandy remember verbal abuse can be just as bad as physical abuse. Boy like I'm one to talk since I yell and scream at my girls a lot! That works best for a few seconds since they hate loud noises. daislouu,Sandy is right, younger sisters should realize how wise we older sisters are, and I think Zoe is cute!

Skeeter, maybe Cheetah just knew you needed to see Skeeters favorite spots being used happily again so you could enjoy your memories better, just a thought.

Shannon, had to laugh reading about "You Should" cause I can relate. We have a similar thing here. I will be talking about someting that nesds to be done and I say "we should" or "we need to" and Fly Boy says when you say "we" what you mean is "I should or I need to " And he's usually right,ha. Oh and did you ask your hubby if he knows mine?

Friday, March 02, 2007 8:54:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Oh yea, one more thing. On the other bloggs, I'm sure the people are great and good writers and etc. but thier bloggs just aren't as fun as ours! I guess we pet people are just the most fun filled group! You sure can't say we have been boring so far and don't think we ever will be!

Friday, March 02, 2007 8:56:00 AM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

OK now I'm really thankful I'm an only child. I think Sandy and Daisylouu need to have a Bloomer Dropper. Several in fact. I say we get them drunk and then they might share juicy stuff on each other. It could be fun.

Skeeter, let me know what you think about the Bloomer Droppers. My mouth is watering just thinking about having one.

Friday, March 02, 2007 11:23:00 AM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Daisylouu,
Do I get this right?
A good quiet, cute, do nothing wrong dog like Zoe is boring?
Okay, you have defiantly lost your mind.
Zoe sounds like a perfect dog to me!
And she is too cute!
Now stop calling that fluff ball ugly!
Shame on you Daisylouu!
I no longer think your Daisy Duke shorts wearing picture is cute.
You are ugly Daisylouu and should be in bed with dogs!
Now how did you like that?
You didn’t, did you? Ha-ha…
Stop calling Zoe Ugly or we may have to come up with a nasty nickname for you!

Now don’t y’all go getting your panties (briefs for Dragon) in a wad, I am just funning here….

Friday, March 02, 2007 11:26:00 AM  
Blogger Stacey said...

Hey! Ya'll cut Daisylouu some slack. Just like the two legged version of children, NOT ALL PETS are cute!!!! I'm sorry, but it's true. I've seen some ugly doggies. And, I've always thought Zoe was kinda goofy looking myself.

So there!!

Better watch it Skeeter. You're going to rile Dragon up talking about his future hot tub companion like that....

Friday, March 02, 2007 12:35:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

LOL...

Friday, March 02, 2007 12:43:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Adrienne,
I don't think Sandy and daisylouu have to be drunk to give us some dirt on each other. In fact daisylouu you do owe sandy one for posting your photo an you didn't know she was goint to, not that I am instagating anything here but uh nudge nudge,ha.

Friday, March 02, 2007 12:44:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

OK Daisylouu, dish.

Friday, March 02, 2007 12:53:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

Well, Sandy taught me to inhale!

I'll save the rest of the juicy gossip for future blogs. I guess I *SHOULD* love Zoe the best because she is more like ME in our family unit. I was the quiet shy well-behaved one. Sandy was definately Scooter, the wild one desperately in need of a firm hand!

C'mon folks, admit it, y'all have a favorite pet, don't you?? I do love both my dogs and my 3 cats, but I still must confess there is a certain pecking order in the household!

It is nice having everyone to chat with, isn't it? especially stacey, the intelligent one, who agrees that Zoe isn't the brightest looking crayon in the box.

Friday, March 02, 2007 3:25:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

daisylouu,no, now, careful about the intelligent remark. And I taught my sister to inhale too,ha. Although today she doesn't like to admit she even tired the stuff,but I have wittness. What a good sister you are Sandy!

I do give Penelope more hugs and kisses but that is because she likes them better than the other two. But- Brittany is the only one who gives me kisses. Courtney just wants to get her head and chin rubbed when She is in the mood and it's her idea!

Friday, March 02, 2007 3:44:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Favorites, why yes we all have a favorite and my favorite will always be Skeeter, the now gone to kitty heaven baby! He will never be replaced but I do love my Cheetah belly kisses...

I recall my 3 brothers teaching me to inhale. Behind the barn and grapevine! Boy that stuff will burn your tongue. After that awful experience, no wonder I had no interest in smoking until I was about 20 years old.... oh and one brother almost burned down the barn playing with matches when he was young. I can still see the firemen pushing dads new Impala out of the burning barn…. Ah, the joys of childhood…

Now Pam, that is the brother you know... ha-ha...

Saturday, March 03, 2007 12:00:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Skeeter now that was funny, I could just picture it in my mind. Bet that was some scary stuff going on after all was done? Did he get grounded or worse?
I might be wrong here but I'm thinking we might not be talking about inhaling the same thing here. Am I right daisylouu? Guess it doesn't matter since I've inhaled them both,ha. That was far far and long ago. I would never do either again, it's bad for your health! I've been a very good girl a long time since then. Well most of the time

Saturday, March 03, 2007 9:11:00 AM  
Blogger Sandy Britt said...

Daisy is right. I was the bad seed, the bad girl, the one that gave the parents the most trouble. I was a human Scooter, why I can't really stay mad at him for long. My parents always said, "wait until YOU have kids," or "I hope your kids give you as much troubhe." I decided not to have kids to avoid bad Karma, but I guess it found me anyway with my son, Scooter. LOL.
I broke in the parents for Kathy. With me fighting with them all the time she got to do what she wanted (lots of the same things as me in fact) but slid right under the radar. So she should thank me.
But look how great I turned out? LOL.
Kathy hit me once and broke my glasses, but I always got blamed becuase "you're the older one" blah, blah, blah.

Daisy, what was that we made you and Lynn do when you were kids? Eat grass or something?

And I might have posted her pictures, which made her look GOOD, yet she makes me sound like an abusive monster because I had a little meltdowon when SHE let Scooter get out of hand?

Let me go look for another picture....stay tuned Pet People!

Saturday, March 03, 2007 9:34:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Sandy, you don't sound bad to us, we know you're a sweetheart and take super care of your babies so don't worry about that for a minute! It's just that sister love coming from daisylouu,ha. We don't pay any attention to it. I certainly do my part with the yelling and all, it's my personalilty.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 12:41:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Oh yea, Sandy, I too was the bad seed although my sister did a few things not so great. But I like you, led the way. Unlike my sister I don't mind admitting to the things I did even the bad ones.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 12:42:00 PM  
Blogger dragon said...

Daisylouu and Stacey, I agree. That dog (Zoe) is so ugly, if it was my dog, I'd shave its a** and make it walk backwards. The poor dog can't help it. She needs a hair cut and a bath. In the picture, that dog is butt ugly. Sandy might want to put a caption under that picture: Don't ever let your dog look like this. It could be the "before" in before and after pictures.

And, Skeeter, I'll take Daisylouu in or out of the hot tub any day.

And don't worry girls, there ain't nothing wrong with inhaling. It's those darn chemicals that will get you. Not that I'm saying there is anything wrong with chemicals... But, after rather extensive research, I decided it was better to stick with the herbs instead of the chemicals. That six foot tall green frog did it for me.

Sandy, get your panties out of a wad. You posted pictures of Daisylouu, so I think it is only fair that you post one of yourself that she wants you to post. Don't make me get the girls together and cause a boycott. We'll all go over to that hot chick's new blog and start posting there. She did a blog about shoes, so maybe we could get her to do one about hairy legs. Let Daisylouu have her pictures posted. It's the only fair thing to do.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 1:32:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

Sandra darling, if you dare post bad pictures, I will create an entire website to some of those attractive photographs you kindly emailed me. Enough said.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 3:13:00 PM  
Blogger dragon said...

Daisylouu, If you need any help I will assist you in your endeavour.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 5:06:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

dragon, we can peruse my collection as we bobble in the hot tub.

Saturday, March 03, 2007 7:19:00 PM  
Blogger Sandy Britt said...

Daisy, I know you don't have time to build any Web sites. Stay tuned for more Daisy pictures. LOL

Saturday, March 03, 2007 10:06:00 PM  
Blogger Daisylouu said...

Oh, I will have the IT people at work do it!!

Sunday, March 04, 2007 7:28:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Whoaa, we have got a war going on here, it's getting exciting! Sandy, Dasiylouu you are getting us all curious as heck about the photos now, when are we gonna see them? And I like the sound of being in the hot tub looking at photos, I'll supply the Beast! Sheeter, Shannon you two bring the bloomer droppers. We can all bring the appetizers. If someone will provide roasted turkey legs we can have a feast just like in Medieval times. After all we have our very own personal Dragon! What do you think? Sound Good? Oh we gotta have some good sounds too but we can all supply our favorites too

Sunday, March 04, 2007 10:15:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Yep, it's gonna be a PARTAY!Everybody get ready! BUT-------ZOE IS NOT UGLY you mean ole Dragon! Keep it up and I'll take away your turkey leg!

Sunday, March 04, 2007 10:19:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

well second thought on that one, for get taking your turkey leg Dragon, I'll take away your bloomer dropper! Now behave so we can have a fun party.

Sunday, March 04, 2007 10:20:00 AM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Pam,
Good one with the turkey leg, you are sooooo funny!

Sunday, March 04, 2007 11:56:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Thanks Skeeter, just trying to keep things nice and light today. Enjoy you drinks!

Sunday, March 04, 2007 2:07:00 PM  

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Sandy Britt, an animal welfare advocate and volunteer with Clarksville rescue organizations, takes care of three dogs: Zoe, Scooter and Peanut; two cats: Catfish and Tarzan; and one husband, Glen, and according to him she takes care of them in that order.
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