Ever since I can remember, I loved animals. Here I am visiting with my Belgian-American grandparents' cat, Mickey Mouse (pronounced as "Meekee Moose").
I first lived in Carthage, Tunisia, where my first language was French.
Here, I was sharing a special moment, probably speaking French-Donkey.
While living in Ecuador, I enjoyed riding horses. Here I am as a pre-teen, riding my favorite horse, Manzana (which means "Apple" in Spanish).
Horses can live a long time. Nursing Homes generally do not provide stalls to board them. If you have a horse, plan ahead for your horse's continued care and maintenance.
Here is a sketch I made as a child of my cute little childhood dog in Ecuador. He was such a happy dog! We had a lot of fun together.
These are my first 2 cats. I loved them dearly. I had the one on the right since she was 4 weeks old.
They lived until they were 19 and 20.
As many pet-owners can relate, my cats were my children and constant denominators, while everything else in my life changed.
This serves as a reminder that cats can live a long time. Planning ahead for their care in case something happens to us is important for their continued care.
These were also my Fur Babies. I had the mother (on the right) since she was 6 months old and she gave birth to her daughter (on the left) in my garage.
They lived until they were 18 and 19.
They both had diabetes for 2-3 years. Eventually, they both died due to cancer.
While they were on special diets and medications, I realized the importance of having a plan for their care in case I was in an accident or suddenly became too ill to take care of them.
My brother and I, playing with my childhood rabbits, Browny, and her mother, Pintadita, Spanish for Little Spot.
Our childhood pet squirrel, Buster, a newborn rescue.
Mr. Magoo, our pet pigeon on our balcony in Ecuador. Our view of the snow-capped mountain, Pichincha, from our bedrooms.
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