cats-hiding

Laura C. from Lakeland, Florida sent in this photo of her cat, Chloe. She couldn't find her one day, and then walked into her closet for a surprise. See more cats that think they're hiding, here!

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Barbara Jo Keller
258 days ago

Ellen--I must add, more of my youngsters were not sold! I was more willing to place a Sheltie puppy into its forever home. That way I could keep in touch with the forever home folks, their children,and of course, my "KID", the Sheltie. This way I could see the paws hitting the ground were meeting the breed standard as set by the history of the breed & AKC.

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Barbara Jo Keller
258 days ago

In working since 1970 I not only home raised my puppies, I showed in breed and obedience shows. Many of the Shelties were able to receive several obedience titles, and i dog that st add, I gave more of my pups away into forever homesraveled from the east coast to the middle of the country were shown to completion! I currently am working in aligility which is extremely hard with the disability of being able to "beat out the clock". The Shelties love the excerise & just love the attention, they don't care how long it takes to run the course.

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Barbara Jo Keller
258 days ago

CandlemasShelties@gmail.com

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Jodi
269 days ago

I think Ellen would be interested in people who show raise, train and show dogs for a living. She loves pets and this could showcase people who totally live their lives for their dogs. AND people who live their live and lively hoods are showing these dogs such as those who show at Westminster. People think these dogs are abused with their show lives. It would be nice to show (no pun intended) these dogs have the utmost of care and better lives than any dog could imagine to have.

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Barbara Stanley
271 days ago

Yes my house need a make over. It was built in the 50's. I love South Jersey. I lived in north Jersey and the bed bugs ran us out of our apt. The old man that owned the house didn't upgrade anything. The kitchen have floor tiles on the counters and the fridge was painted black. Upstairs have fake wood strips glued to the floor! The tub down stairs is yellow. Don't laugh Ellen!! Yet everybody that comes to my house like it. Paint, curtains and flowers and pictures-art work can make a difference. Hey Ellen, It beats living in a apartment with bed bugs! I even have a back yard!! HOLLA!

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