Friday, June 4

Friday Dose of Cute: Double Identity Crisis

Cat Plays Mouse
Cat Plays Mouse. . .

And Dog Does, too
And Dog Does, too

Want to see more of these two confused critters?
Lucky Buddy Bear photos are here
Tough Tortie Topaz (aka 3T) photos are here

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  1. That is adorable! :) I've loved looking through your blog. I'm another person whose life revolves around food! You've sure got some cute critters living on your farm.

  2. LOVE your daily dose of cute offerings! Your cat's nickname reminded me that on an island where we once lived, our 22-lb cat Charlie's nickname was also 3T - but it stood for Terribly Tubby Tabby!!


  3. Aww, so cute! Not as cute as Dan, but still very cute. Dan is my fav :D.

  4. strange to see grey in Lucky Buddy Bear's muzzle - he seems so timeless - the everpresent ever vigilant nanny of lambs. I don't blame him - some of our summer storms are scary enough to need someone else nearby to give comfort (and treats) to the worthy canines

  5. So adorable! You have a knack for capturing moments in photos. Thanks for the day-brightener!

  6. So cute ... I never have my camera with me when my Purr Gang is being cute. You must have yours on your hip at all times ...


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