“Sometimes you just want to quit. You know you shouldn’t but nothing seems better than crawling back into bed and hiding under the covers. (I am there right now, actually, with my iPad.)”
It’s Family Day in Vancouver, BC, Canada. “Cat”ching up with the kitties.
Source: Bored Panda
This is the main reason why I don’t have a Christmas Tree!
MERRY CHRISTMAS WITH LOVE
Lucy, Maurice and Seeker
Christmas week and we will receive plenty of kisses. Careful now.
Mommy cat teaching her kitty how to drink water.
Drinking water is hard experience for the wee one should it get in its nose.
Watch how Mommy cat showed the kitty how to do it.
Such concern and love.
Maurice, my love.
Every morning without failure, Maurice jumps onto the table, asking for a lot of loving just before I go to work.
Source: SoundingSoul Photography – Maria Vanesa Acuto
Gabrielle is the one with the tongue out; Aphrodite her sister on the right. They are both 3 months old and are up for adoption.
Photo credit to SoundingSoul Photography – Maria Vanesa Acuto volunteers as a photographer for BCSPCA
How dogs are:
How cats are:
A Perfect Pair
This is me and Dillon, my blind cat. He and I have a symbiotic relationship. I rescued him, and he rescues me every day. He is determined, courageous, intelligent, and humorous. He constantly inspires me, personally and creatively. He gives me perspective. We love each other, and we make each other’s lives better. What more could you ask for from a cat? Photograph by Hannah Harvey.
Hannah, I admire you for rescuing Dillon, your blind cat. I hope you inspire others to look beyond the surface of the cute and young when doing the good deed of rescuing, it is hard to do. Of course the focus of this photograph is the dramatic eyes or lack of. Thank you, Robin Schwartz
From: National Geographic’s Assignment “The Animals We Love.”
There were 28 winning contributors out of over 16,000 photos and this is one of winning photos.