This is Bad Cat Chris. when we lived in Myrtle Beach. Our neighbors came over with their baby and Chris was very interested in her. I think he was really interested in the baby’s toys and when she was removed from the carrier, Chris took over.
I know. Another picture of fur-less animals. Don’t get too hung up on the website name because this won’t be the last. Enjoy.
This is our recently departed cat Abbey. She was a shy, affectionate cat that rarely caused us problems, unlike another cat we know.
This is our cat Tigger. Currently he is a grumpy, old cat that is addicted to kitty treats but at one time he was very playful. We named him Tigger because he was always bouncing around from place to place.
This is another picture of Bad Cat Chris. He can be very entertaining when he is not being a huge pain.
These are kittens at a shelter I volunteered at when I lived in Myrtle Beach called Sav-R-Cats. They were quite the climbers.
I know there is no “fur” on these animals but there is laughs. That should count for something. This image is also featured on one of my greeting card here.
Sometimes a little mystery about a photo is a good thing, so I will just leave this one to the imagination.
These Orangutans were photographed a few years ago at Busch Gardens in Tampa Florida. From the expression on their faces it looks as though the younger one is depressed because his girlfriend left him and the parent is there trying to comfort him.
This is our cat Tigger who decided to join us for a game of Monopoly. I love the serious expression on his face and I think the caption works well, but as always, I’d like to see any comments you might have, including alternative captions.