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Now on to the MFRW blog challenge!
My Pets, Gabby and Henry
This week’s blog topic is the easiest yet, thank goodness because as this posts, I’m gadding about London doing research for two historical series ideas, one early Victorian, and the other WWII.
So without further ado, and starting first with the last, here they are:
This little girl was dropped off at the Humane Society in Gallup, New Mexico with her puppies. She was barely a year old (we think). She wound up with Animal Friends rescue in Prescott, Arizona. One of the board members there happens to be our niece, so from Prescott, Gabby came to live with us.
She’s devoted to her food, her walks, and my husband, in that order, though I’m the one who usually takes care of those first two items!
This is Henry. When he was about eight months old he showed up days in a row at our family room and banged on the screen door, disturbing my husband’s television watching. That would be the husband who swore we’d never have a cat.
This is his usual role, although he’s been known to bring down an occasional morning dove or fruit rat (fruit rats are like California squirrels, although now we have regular squirrels also).
He’s brought in some pets of his own, a collection of lizards, and once a live mouse. Thank God he sleeps so much.
Henry’s interest in literature has led to a featured role in a free anthology that I’m a part of called Cats on the Keyboard, Real Life Stories from 14 Historical Romance Authors.
We have the occasional cat-swipe-in-passing, or puppy-growls (usually over food), but for the most part, these two live together peacefully.
Well, more or less, LOL!
This is a blog hop so follow along with my fellow MFRW Authors as they discuss their pets.
All images: the author