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Author Archives: the Pet Psychic
Felix is such a great restaurant dog. I am so proud of him! He has come along way from the stress of being a stray. He has made some great people and dog friends. Felix says, “I am learning to trust each situation as it is. Life is full of treats.”
Ella patiently waiting for her breakfast. What does she eat? Only the best. Trader Joe’s wild uncooked Argentinean Red Shrimp. Found for people in the frozen section.
The Pack hanging out and catching some shade. Hudson has his #ruffwear cooling vest on! Easter, Hudson, Luca and Felix
She says, “When the wind blows through this valley you can smell lots of animals and fire too. I’m sad for the animals in that fire smell.”
#whittierfire #ruffwear #whistlepettracker
On this day in 2015, I took my cats to my friends’ land. Now both Serafina and Makia have crossed the rainbow bridge. Look how small Hudson is!
Happy Independence Day! Here my sister’s family’s dog Obi is enjoying the fireworks on Sunday night. He says, “The smell is obnoxious, the sounds are scary but they look happy like my kids do playing. The fireworks are wild and pretty to my eyes like lots of birds flying out of the bushes and autumn leaves falling.”
Can anyone spy Ms. Easter Bunny explorer? I blink my eye and she’s off in another adventure. She is so much fun!
When I called for her she came running across the yard and stopped at the steps. “What’s wrong?” I asked her.
She replied, “The stairs are too hot. I need you to pick me up…
I have been cooler in the shade. I hung out with a little bird in the bamboo.”
Now she is so glad to be inside!