Pet Photos


Pixie – Bob Roule


Norma’s neighbor caught a nice walleye.

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Everyone loves pet photos.  Send me a photo of your cat, dog, fish, ferret, parakeet or Burmese python if you live in Florida.   NORMA


My pet humming bird.

Thirsty little guy.

Posted by Dennis G Yerkey on Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Pep is 18 1/2.  The Vet said he may have a couple more years in him as his heart is strong.  OMG !



Petee w name



Jean Hahn & Sasha







Koval's daughter's horses and dogs

Koval’s daughter’s pets.


Kay and LD reading the paper. While we were building our house and driving down I-85 about 4 times a week, we thought to teach our dog to drive. His name is LD. Lost Dog. He found us in May 2009. And is the best pet ever

LD learning how to clip coupons.

Richard Hyslop and LD driving the boat

LD learning how to pilot watercraft.

Hyslop's dog, LD

LD learning how to drive. Hyslop

John Koval's Cricket and Banjo

Cricket & Banjo John Koval


John Koval’s horse, Rowdy


John Koval’s Christmas present, Grover


John Koval’s Missouri Mule. Grover is his name. Stubborn is his game.


John Koval’s wife Sina’s horse – Bella


John & Buckey

John with Dog in left hand, Bucky













Lucy D

LucyFur. You looking at me?   We found her in a ditch near our house when she was a kitten, about 12 years ago.  She knows everything that is going on.  She just doesn’t care. Norma




Cat with flash


Our newest cat is a stray that rescued us! She was waiting on our front porch when we came home from shopping one day. We are still deciding on an appropriate name. She is a Munchkin mix and has very short legs. We can’t decide between Lilly because she is a Lilliputian or Short Fat Fanny because she is both short and fat.


Old black dog, old white dog.

DGY & JJ with names B

I inherited JJ when Lola’s Father died. He was my buddy for 4 1/2 years. I had to put him down at 10 years due to medical complications. He was a great buddy.
















Pixie Roule





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