I dug deep into the archives for this one. This was our cat Princess almost ten years ago. She was lying with my son’s guinea pig, Furball.
We need to quit monkeying around and do something to help all the homeless apes get off the streets. Perhaps we can find them jobs as bouncers or Wal-Mart cashiers.
Oh, the joys of being a parent. I guess humans don’t get to have all the fun.
I hope that this post does not imply that I want to see those annoying little yipper dogs eaten by alligators. I really don’t, but sometimes it’s fun to think about.
This is an orangutan that I photographed the other day at the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa. The zoo is a great place to take pictures. I especially like to photograph the apes.
Did you ever wonder what zoo animals are thinking when they see you looking at them? This picture was taken today at the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, Florida.
This is our cat Tigger. I am not sure I want to comment any more on this one.
These are brothers, Tigger and Flash when they were still kittens. We lost Flash in 2010 at the young age of five and Tigger just recently passed away.
These were our cats Princess and Tigger. This was taken when Tigger was young. I don’t remember taking the picture but I am sure Tigger was playing and kicked his mouse under the couch. I think in this case, the caption captures what is really going on.
This picture is from several years ago. It shows our cats Alex and Flash, who are both no longer with us.
Update: After thinking about it, I decided I like the following caption better. Do you agree?