I am a real ham for the camera, as are
most of my cousins and friends. Here are some pictures of us hard at
work posing for the camera.
This is me. Not
bad for a Cocker Spaniel.
Abbe on Mom Melissa's couch.
First haircuts can be a drag, but I
had fun thanks to Gabe!
Here are my cousins Copper, Madison
Oliver lives in Texas, where everything is big (except for
Italian Greyhounds--they are little and cute as a button.)
Here is Oliver's new
little brother, Milo.
are my cousins from New Jersey, Katie, Jefferson and Duffy. Are they spoiled or what?
I wish my Mom would let me sleep on the couch! Pictures of Ulysses and
Orangie are yet to come (hint, Aunt Anne).
I have two fat cat cousins from
Manhattan who are about as spoiled as they get--they have an outdoor
terrace overlooking the East River in the City and a house in the country.
Did they luck out or what? They are named Dryfus and Clouseau
and here they are.
Here is my friend,
Bucky, isn't he cute?
is also a dual-citizenship puppy.
This is Chrissy's dog,
lives with Chrissy and Tippsy the cat, who is also here.
Tippsy also models for
Critter Outfitter with me. We work very, very hard.
also have a little friend who is a ferret named Chewy. He lives with
Michael and Daniel--isn't he darling?
Since Michael and Daniel's Dad is a dentist, Chewy's teeth are in great
shape--not that he will be biting me soon! He does look like great fun to
chase around the house!
have great cousins who live in
Wisconsin, where they are spoiled
and snuggled up on either Aunt Debbie's or Grandma's couch,
missing Nicki who is away at school. They are Bo, Ti and Dolly.
also know another Molly, who is Aunt
Carol's little darling. Aunt Carol found Molly wandering the
streets of Stamford back in April of 1993 when she was only three months
old. As you can see, she is a beautiful, healthy dog, spoiled as can
be--she could not have had any better fate than to be Aunt Carol's little (well,
maybe not so little) baby!
has two cousins, named Miss Mia Anabelle and Miss Precious who are cats.
Their mom had a mini-schnauzer named Schultz before the girls
came into her life, and after he passed away, she never thought she could love
another critter that much. Guess what? Miss Precious came along and
changed all that. Miss Mia Anabelle came along a year later from a very
mean home, but her new mom and dad have spoiled her and given her lots of LTC,
and she is now doing just fine. Miss Mia Anabelle is a little more spoiled
than Miss Precious, and gets away with a lot more than Miss Precious, but Miss
Precious understands her extra needs and happily shares her mom, dad and home.
another friend who is a beautiful golden named Murphy.
He was born on May 16, 1999, but as you can see from the
look on his face, he is still a puppy, and gets into lots of
also have two little friends named Taco (the black pup) and Sparky (the tan
pup). They are brothers and their
Mom, Sonya, got them when they were just four weeks old. They are now
three and one-half years old, and look pretty darn spoiled on those beds!!
have a great friend named Jax, who is a Pit Bull, but a real sweetheart, as
you can see.
my friend Bella when she was a puppy. My Mom met Bella's Mom on the
train into the City one morning where my Mom was reading a dog training book,
Bella's Mom noticed and they started talking about their wonderful dogs.
friend Sundance, who is a handsome Cocker that I met the vet's office one day,
had a wonderful Halloween with his family and sent me this picture. Way
to go, Frankenstein!! Much more handsome than Boris Karloff!
I also got an e-mail from Sammi's Dad
including this picture of Sammi. She looks like a woman with a
purpose--getting some food from her Dad possibly? You go girl!! We
ladies have to stick together!
for all your e-mails to my mom trying to lobby on my behalf about being
allowed on the couch. Nonetheless, I am still stuck in a dog bed!
And I even work for a living, trying on clothes and boots and
what-not-all! Now mom has me tracking and swimming, running around with
sheep and horses, and I am exhausted! I work harder than a dog!