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Zander is brother to the handsome Misstoffeless, and is quite the handsome fellow in his own right. He is also a really big fan of his purple “cat house,” if you will. To the point where his mom finally had to take it away so that we could get some shots NOT involving the cat house.
Yeah, we had to take the leopard spotted tunnel away too…
Thank you again to Sherri for inviting me into your beautiful home to meet all your furkids!
I have had some really awesome cat sessions recently. Last week I had the pleasure of meeting Misstoffeless and his brother Zander at their beautiful home. Their mom and dad love animals and currently have thirteen rescued cats. After some rough beginnings, these cats are now living the life of luxury. They even have their own cat room and an outdoor addition, just for them! I can’t even describe how lovely it was… and the perfect setting for picture taking.
Seriously, I couldn’t even pick a favorite. He was that photogenic.
Before coming to Lubbock, I didn’t know it was possible to covet a backyard. Turns out it is. The Baughs have the sweetest backyard EVER. Luckily we are friends, and they are helping me get my backyard into shape, YAY! But I digress… Now that it is summertime, it is in full bloom and even more colorful than it is in these images. Although, I am loving the greenery in these anyway. Their menagerie consists of six cats, and four dogs.
First up is Madison and June Bug. These two gals are pretty sweet, unless you stop petting June Bug before she thinks her allotted attention ration has been met. In that case she can be kind of a bitch. Her parents refer to her as the bitchy one, so I think its ok if I say that.
(hmm… perhaps I need to do something about that Coors Light can floating over Madison’s head on the left here. hehe)
This is Pepper, who is beautiful but somewhat hateful of the camera.
And Rusty, who is the most recent addition and his parents’ favorite, though he is often the punching bag for his feline siblings. He had a broken tail that healed funny prior to joining the family, so it now sticks out straight to one side. One of his favorite spots is the empty birdbath.
And the reigning king, Junior. Junior is twelve years old and diabetic, but he still rules the roost
His best pirate face… (He is a big Mike Leach fan)
And lastly is Doc, the sweetest dog EVER. Even my husband loves Doc, and he’s pretty much over dogs that aren’t ours after all our fostering.
If you were doing the math, you’ll notice that there is a cat and three dogs missing… L.G. the missing feline is not too keen on visitors, so she refused to make an appearance. Although, she does occasionally wander out while I am visiting nowadays, so maybe at some point I will catch her on camera. And the missing dogs; Huck, Clyde, and Nelly, are working dogs. Their dad hunts quail with them, and in the off season they spend the majority of their time in a beautiful kennel/run the Baughs built for them. Hopefully they will make an appearance here next fall since I am totally going on a quail hunt with them. Hopefully I don’t shoot my foot off.