If you were going to interview your pet what question would you ask?
I would ask Leo why he always barks at us when we open/close windows, blinds, and sliding doors?🤷♀️
Abigail says the way they jump on her to get attention or how they try and play with her when she's playing with her toys. Also when shes sleeping at night and they cuddle up to her and when she's gone to school and gets home as soon as they hear her voice they come running.
Chirpa,Eevee,Nacho and Paploo are just so kind and gentle and all around the best cats out there and always around to cheer you up!
Nova and Mavrick are special to us as they bring us so much love and laughter. They are similar as they both want to please and love us unconditionally, yet they have their own individual personalities. Nova is the family dog that comes once in a lifetime. He loves children, he also loves to play and he loves to have jobs! On the farm he took it upon himself to tell off the horses that would paw at the gate. Oh and don’t forget to put your socks away or you can guarantee he will carry them around as a prize possession. Mavrick is a moma’s boy and never leaves her sight when permitted. He also loves to show his affection by licking you if he gets a chance. Unlike Nova, Mavrick watches TV especially if he sees or hears animals. We wouldn’t imagine a life without them. Thanks Beth for capturing these beautiful pictures of our beloved pets. Valerie and Charles Marier
You will often hear people say “it’s just a dog”, but we can truly say that Oakley is so much more than just a dog. He’s a family member and our best friend. He is so special and unique. Oakley makes us laugh just by being himself, with actual smiles that brighten our days. He has brought so much joy and fun into our home and we are so thankful to Beth for capturing these moments perfectly.
Jessie is 12 years old and we've had her since before the girls were born. She's super loving and protective of our family but she's especially attached to me. If I leave a room for more than 30 seconds she comes to find out where I've settled. If I go to take a shower she'll lay on the mat outside the tub, if I disappear to take a nap I hear her climbing up the stairs right after my head hits the pillow. And if I've closed the door I know that I'm getting up to let her in otherwise she'll sit outside my door whimpering and "knocking" until I let her in. She hates being left home alone and when we come back from a long outing she greets us with ear-piercing howls which obviously mean, "How dare you leave me alone in this house with that cat all day long. It's been absolutely miserable and I've been counting the seconds waiting for you to get back. Don't ever do that to me again!"