He was a very solid citizen who didn't mind competition. His crowning moment came when he was sewn a velvet smoking jacket with an eyelet for a leash. He loved to hop around in his jacket and receive adoring pats.
She's been known to eat shoe polish, chocolate and even the odd 40 watt light bulb.
She had a larger vocabulary than some of our presidents, picking out instructions for her from everything said in a normal voice during conversation. Juno was more like one of the kids than a pet, though she didn't ask for a driver's license when she turned 16.
In winter she'd put on an enormous amount of weight, often confused for a large orange bolster. She still goes out in the early evening for a bit of hunting and tearing about, returning around four in the morning to climb into bed and report on her adventures.
Dressed in a somewhat ill-fitting tuxedo and sporting half a mustache, he acts the part of a wealthy relative. The in-and-out game could go on indefinitely. If the door doesn't open, Zoe will sit for up to an hour before grudgingly using the cat door.
He likes to greet newcomers with some kind of treasure in his mouth, ready to share. Here he has a bone. This time he has one of his many stuffed animals.
Family CabinCommissioned sculpture
Tiffany’s Christmas 1976Window display
Tiffany’s Christmas 1974Window display
Frog’s New HatSculpture
Old SaltsCommissioned sculpture
White Kitten RockerCommissioned sculpture
Ayla & GodzillaCommissioned sculpture
Bride & GroomCommissioned sculpture
Storm of the CenturyIllustration
World Behind a WorldSculpture
Flea Market MascotCommissioned sculpture
Paisley HippoCommissioned sculpture
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