A few months ago, one of our fur babies dissappeared. I’ve written about her before. She was a bit of a pain and a bully. But she was still our fur baby, none-the-less. We don’t know exactly what happened to her, but there are multiple possibilities.Continue reading Saying Our Goodbyes and Helloes
Mention the phrase “sibling rivalry” and images of kids fighting over toys or the best seat in the car emerge. But did you ever think about what your pets go through whenever you bring a new one home?
This is Artemis. She is truly unique. A uniquely goofy cat. And a pain in the behind.
This is not the first time we have had visitors to the bodies of water in our yard. I have mixed feelings about some of them. Trust me, you would, too.
Every gardener needs a helper.
Don’t let her peaceful appearance fool you. This one is wild. She’s a pain, too. This is Artemis, and I think her name suits her a little too well.
As far as I can tell, Greeks in Greece don’t actually own pets. I will admit that this presumption is based on limited observations, but I’ve really never seen anyone there with the stereotypical pet. One of my cousins once had some small birds (parakeets, I think), but I just don’t recall ever seeing anyone with pets like dogs or cats. Now don’t get me wrong, cats and dogs are definitely there. They just don’t seem to “belong” to anyone.