By Lisa Batten Kunkleman
I could write all day about our menagerie and explain that Hubs and I usually have three dogs, one cat, and two horses. That number changed when our college kids flew back into our empty nest bearing two more critters. A puppy named Tucker and a kitty named Zor. Let’s just say, life has changed. It’s busier, louder, messier, and if I have to admit it, sometimes even happier. Animals sense that we’re suckers immediately and play us like a dog whistle. Those baby animal eyes are hypnotizing. I think I’ll let these photos do most of the talking.
Four dogs trapping me in the pantry where their snacks are stored.
Daisy Cat and Zor Kitty sharing the same play tower without hissing.
Zor Kitty in a very nasty-looking black cat hair-covered climbing tower.
Tucker Puppy asleep on his surrogate mama, Mandy.
A miraculous video of Sadie Dog and Tucker Puppy sharing the same chewy horn.
Sadie and Tucker worn out from chewing a horn together.
Remy Dog scolding Tucker for playing in the trash.
Me, exercising with Zor Kitty planted on my back .