Max and Allie

Max  and Allie

Friday, April 8, 2011

Happy Week-end Friends

Hi Friends, picture of sweet Bambi!!!
Last year's garden--- this year's is doing real good so far. We have the tomatoes planted and we have 3 tomatoes that have set fruit!!

Here is Happy!!! She looks really good for an old girl. She is somewhere around 18 to 20 years old !!!!!! Cats usually do not show their age you know?? When she walks you can see her age. She has a lot of arthritis..

I surely hope you have a wonderful week-end. It is going to be beautiful around here.. It is suppose to get to 90 degrees both days of the week-end!!! YAY YAY !!!!!

Love coming your way, Bambi, Happy & Fern

12 comments:

  1. And my you have a super happy WEEKEND also. I have snow peas that are just starting to break through the ground... soooooo I guess it is getting close to time fur the GOOD stuffs to get to growing. My dad robo killed the garden today.

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  2. We hope you have a lovely weekend! Ours is going to be really busy, but there will be lots of opportunities for people to admire me, since I'm doing public appearances!

    Bunny

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  3. We has NUTTIN' planted yet! We always do tomaters and then they has to be all caged up so I don't steal 'em.
    Bambi looks bored...maybe her would likes to chase squirrels withs me?
    I am amazed at Happy's age...her looks waaaaay younger!

    Puddles

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  4. I would be happy too if I looked as good as Happy, for a old kitty she looks great!
    I'm not ready for this hot weather yet and the pollen is killing me...achoooo!
    Hugs Girlfriend!

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  5. We have been having beautiful weather here too for the last few days. We did alot of projects out in the yard. It is starting to look pretty good out there. We may use the weekend to rest up! Hope yours is wonderful.
    Hugs, Gail, Mistaya and Maggie

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  6. 90 degrees? Wow! We may get to 65 tomorrow at my house IF we is lucky. Happy weekend to all of you too!

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  7. Hey Bambi, Happy & Fern!
    Wow, I hope you have a super fun weekend. Love the pix and I'm really jealous about those warm temps.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  8. You're going to be eating yummy home grown tomatoes in no time, Fern! Lucky you!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  9. Happy looks wonderful for her age!

    Thanks for visiting my blog - you had some questions about raw feeding.

    The idea behind feeding raw is to replicate a biologically appropriate diet - in other words, what would a wild canine eat? We feed primarily chicken with supplemented Hones Kitchen raw diet complement food (a dehydrated mix of veggies, etc to add to the primary protein) Sometimes we feed turkey and fish also. The girls looks and act great, no health problems.

    There are a few concerns though - salmonella is a risk, but the dogs can handle it better than we can (risk is still there, though). All the meat is frozen, then thawed just before feeding.

    Also, raw bones can cause punctures along the digestive tract. We've had no issues with this. We've been very dissatisfied with traditional pet foods (not so traditional actually - pet kibble has only been around for about 60 yrs) as they are a huge money making industry. It's a personal choice we've decided on and I think everyone has make their own decisions about diet. If you have any other questions, you can email me forpetssake2@yahoo.com and I'll send you to some websites that can give you more info. I hope I was able to answer some of your questions :)

    Great to meet you!!

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  10. What a lovely diet you make! I'll be right over for lunch ;)

    I think like us, dogs are what they eat. I hope to never cause harm in the methods I choose. "dog food" has become such a huge money-maker, that these companies will tell pet owners anything! I've seen too many pets with cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, etc over the years at the practices I've worked at to not see a connection.
    I'm sorry about your GSD - that is simply too young to lose a baby :(

    Have a wonderful Sunday, friend!

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  11. That is a lovely garden! My tomatoes are still seedlings in the basement. In our planing zone, we usually start getting tomatoes in July. Maybe late June if we have an early bloomer and we're really lucky!

    And Happy is beautiful! It is difficult to believe that she is as old as she is. I hope that our cats age as gracefully.

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