This is Lily. She’s so cute! When she sees Anabelle coming she crouches very low on her tummy and waits for Anabelle to approach. Then when they see each other they both drop into a play bow and chase each other.
So far, Lily has been the neighborhood do that Anabelle has liked best.
Is pregnant by this dog…
And he must be some kind of stud, because Anabelle liked him, too.
I mean, really liked him.
Some chihuahuas came right over to greet an ambivalent Anabelle.
Ew, your face smells. You better get that looked at.
Dog winner of the day was Tucker. VERY derpy.
Tucker’s face flaps when he runs.
There’s more cats than dogs in this neighborhood! This fat tortie didn’t want much to do with Anabelle.
Anabelle isn’t the only one who goes for walks on a leash. House cat Linus also really enjoys securing the perimeter of our yard… and our neighbor’s yard. Enter Orange Cat. I first met him the day I moved into our new apartment. Last week I caught him peeing on the chives in my yard. I still like him, though. Today he happened to be out on his porch sunning himself when he spotted Linus.
It really piqued his interest so he decided to come down for a closer look.
creeping under the fence
Linus didn’t notice him– even when he was walking straight at him. I guess that stealthy stuff really works if you’re an actual cat and not a cat in a shoebox in the kitchen trying to hide from your human.
You don’t see me but I see YOU!
Linus moved along on his merry way leaving Orange Cat somewhat disappointed.
Wait! We didn’t sniff butts yet!
Not satisfied with no interaction, Orange Cat came running up to Linus. He seemed completely friendly and they touched noses, then Linus got mad.
I HATE YOUR CAT GUTS!!!
And that pretty much ended that interaction. I gently tugged Linus away. Orange Cat allowed me to pet him, then Linus watched in utter frustration as Orange Cat rolled all over the places Linus had just previously marked as his own.
This pug/pekingese didn’t like Anabelle too much.