|Ya I'm one cool cat. Wait.....one cool canine!|
|Seriously, Sandra? I'm so over this trick...|
The sun rises and sets on him, and like a sun-deprived person, she goes into withdrawal and depression when he leaves her behind. (Don't worry Julie, your cushion was only on the floor for a couple of minutes for the staged photo shoot!)
|I love pillows. LOVE. If I keep this sad demeanor up, think she'll let me on the bed where I can lie on my master's pillow?|
|I love my cow. You're not taking him away already, are you?|
|Yeah, yeah, Bird is a little anorexic these days, I know. It's partly Rocco's fault. Look at my Rudy! He's like brand new! Well, maybe a tad stiff, dried, slobbery, but still--|
|The ONE time I allowed a (barf) feline, our previous cat, Cleo, to share a quilt--I was young, only 1 1/2 years old. I'm not so calm when it comes to "that cat" (I totally agree with Sandra's mum, blechh) Bella. Blechhh.|
|Clearly I have Pug in my family line, a ways back.|
|See? I can twist and turn my head both ways!|
Naala weighs 95-100 pounds, so this shows you just how humongous the banana plants have gotten!
That scrunched up quilt is the current quilt, at the time of writing this, it is finishing drying spread out on the floor. At the time of the photo this morning, it still didn't have its binding finished hand-stitching down. Aiming for a Friday finish post tomorrow! Did I mention I work well under pressure?!
If you haven't done so yet, after reading Bella's entry (she's #34) for Pets On Quilts, scamper, canter, trot on over to Lily Pad Quilting for the show. That link takes you to all 58 entries. Naala is #57. Voting starts tomorrow! The post for where you vote is here. Thanks so much Jacque for hosting this so-much-fun linky!