Monday, February 11

AWW * MONDAY
(baby decided to join jake, but I think he's afraid to close his eyes)
 
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8 comments:

Angel and Kirby said...

Baby looks like he is making sure Jake stays on his side!

Sandee said...

Awww...A double dose of cuteness. I think you captured the afraid to close his eyes very well too.

Have a fabulous Awww...Monday. Scritches to the babies. :)

Kathe W. said...

Darling photo- what kind of kitty is Baby- he looks a lot like our Lucy!

Mike Golch said...

I agree with Sande,a great double dose of Awww.

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Dose of insomnia, Baby? ;-)

Jackie said...

LOL...I think so too. But Baby seems super comfortable! Poor Jake!

I'm so glad you liked Captain. Oh boy it's been a long time since I trained a young and energetic puppy.

But, we've got to do something. The critters around get our fowl almost every single year.

We didn't have that problem when we had our other German Shepherd. Walter is out now working on getting up some new fencing.

Captain will have almost complete run of our two acres. The fence is also going to run 3/4's of the way around the pond.

We're leaving 1/4 of it where we plant our garden and where we can see very clearly closed off from him so the geese and ducks can still graze and sun and stuff.

My female duck is laying. I am praying so very hard that we get babies this year. We were one or two days away from babies last year and a raccoon got the eggs.

But, this year she built a nest on the float we put out in the water. It has grass and a tree growing on it. So it's sort of an island for her!

Happy day and hugs to you, baby and Jake!

Da Dude said...

I don't think Baby is afraid to sleep. It looks like Baby is plotting to pounce on the sleeping Jake.

Awesome picture. Have agreat week!

Steve

Kathe W. said...

Your Baby- is most likely a Korat- ancient Thai breed- Our Lucy is for sure and they look so alike- Just look on wikipedia for Korat and you'll see!!!
Lucy is almost 3 years old and showed up at our home pretty feral, but glad to come into our home-we love her.