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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Big Ears

Big Ears, originally uploaded by twoguineapigs pet photography.
No kidding, that's the real name of this cat. When I first met Big Ears in 2002, he was still a kitten with rather large ears *hence his name*. Bigs, for short, is one cat with a brush obsession!

Monday, April 19, 2010


Whenever I go for my music lesson, I always hope to catch a glimpse of Saskia, Blomfield's resident cat. Last Saturday, I got the chance to spend a good 10 minutes alone with Saskia. Her markings remind me of a tigress. It's quite obvious that she's the sort of cat who does what she wants — including taking a nap while she is with a visitor. I just love cats being cats.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010


One of the two guinea pigs I adopted in 2006. They spent their first year with two kids who then wanted to 'upgrade' to kittens. I couldn't resist when I saw a photo of how cute they were. They are still cute!

Wiggley, originally uploaded by twoguineapigs pet photography.

Wiggley, originally uploaded by twoguineapigs pet photography.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Mr Big

... is one of the two black cats Stephen and I adopted - one of the bigger of the two.

One rainy evening in March 2009, on our way home from work we passed by two dark figures jumping out of the bush onto the road. We pulled over and found two kittens, 10 weeks old and so tiny back then that they could fit on one palm each. We tried to locate their owners but were shocked and saddened to realise that they had clearly been abandoned.

Fast forward 12 months, they are huge, adorable, intelligent, sensible and sensitive cats. And I still tell them to leave those birds alone! (Ok, Mr Big is quite a drama queen actually)

Mr Big, originally uploaded by twoguineapigs pet photography.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

A late Autumn afternoon with Bronco

Last Friday, I caught up with Bronco and his owner, Ela. We decided to go for a walk in the late Autumn afternoon. Bronco is an 8 year old boxer, very intelligent, very sensible and very sensitive. He is also very entertaining — I love the way he prances about on a leash, leading the troupe for the walk. Not to mention the endless dribbling (slobbering, should I say?). Bronco adores his mum, and Ela adores him. He's a fine boxer who comes complete with a tail and ears!  Our walk lasted 15 minutes which gave me great memories. Thank you Bronco and Ela for a wonderful evening.