Tag: dogs

Now we know where they came from. . .


Merillion:  Remember that video of green blobs, large & small, that we saw recently on the tv news channels?  They were thought to be UFO’S.  Now see this:

“The next morning, Bennell and Becky watch from the office window as truckloads of the giant pods arrive in the town center. They listen as Nick Grivett (the chief of police) directs the others to take them to neighboring towns to be planted and used to replace their populations. Kauffman and Jack, both of whom are now also “pod people,” arrive at Bennell’s office with new pods for Becky and Bennell. They reveal that an extraterrestrial life form is responsible for the invasion; the pods, capable of replicating any life form, traveled through space and landed in a field. After their takeover, Kauffman explains, humanity will lose all emotions and sense of individuality, creating a simplistic, stress-free world.

“Miles tries to make a long-distance call to federal authorities for help, but the phone operator claims that the long-distance lines are dead or busy. Jack and Teddy drive off to seek help in the next town. Bennell and Becky soon realize that all of the town’s inhabitants have been replaced and are devoid of humanity.”

After scuffling with and knocking out Kauffman, Jack, Grivett, Bennell, and Becky escape the office. Outside, they pretend to be pod people, but Becky screams at a dog that is about to be hit by a car, exposing their humanity. A town alarm is sounded and they flee on foot, pursued by a mob of “pod people.”

Exhausted, they manage to escape and hide in an abandoned mine outside town. Later, they hear music and Bennell leaves Becky briefly to investigate. Over a hill, he sees a large greenhouse farm with hundreds of giant seed pods being loaded onto trucks. Bennell returns to tell Becky, and upon kissing her he realizes, to his horror, that she fell asleep and is now one of them.”


Invasion of the Body Snatchers – Wikipedia


A Group Portrait of the Left in America

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The Left
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It’s obvious that the Socialist Left, including, particularly, the “Democrats,” is so choked with vomitous hatred for America and its people that they are willing to let us die so they can get millions of people to vote for THEM.  They want to tear down our government, impeach President Trump and move into the White House.

They have to be captured, trapped, and transported to a secure location where their fangs will be removed, and they will be chained & muzzled.  They will be unable to growl, jump up to attack, or bare their teeth.  But their diseased hunger for power will remain with them…

“Oh Deerie Deer”

My backyard Bambi!


And his older sister, Narcissia:

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“Does my butt look OK?”

.Not from my backyard, but definitely warm and fuzzy:


For a nice little description of how deer bring up their kids, see “Habitat Tracker” at:

Best Friends

From: “HOMETOWN NEWS” – Brevard County, Florida

A Guest Column by Brevard County Sheriff Jack Parker

“Paws & Stripes Program is making a difference”

“In September 2006, the Sheriff’s Office implemented an innovative program that matched unadoptable
dogs with specially trained jail inmates…”

“…The affect the dogs have had on the inmate population has been remarkable and has created a calming affect among the inmate population. In many cases, inmates have said their time working in the program was life-changing and gave them purpose during a tough time in their lives.”  Read entire article here: PAWS&STRIPES 2012-06-01 column vers2

Beautiful BELLA

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I’m Bella.  I heard that in Italian, “Bella” means “beautiful.”  Ha!  There’s no doubt that my name fits me!  I live with Susan and Susan’s grandson, Christopher.  They love me a lot, which is understandable.

I’m only a year old.  Susan says I’m still a puppy.  Susan feeds me all the good doggie food, and I enjoy it.  But you know what I really love to eat?  Dog beds.  I ate 2 of them already, and I’m not getting another one soon.  At night when it’s time for bed, she gives me a delicious treat, a Milkbone. I love Milkbones!

Susan and Christopher eat, too.  As soon as Susan sits down with her dinner in the living room, I keep her company. I go over to her and look deep into her blue eyes with my gorgeous, big brown eyes.  I put my head on her lap.  While  she’s eating, I’m looking deeper and deeper into her eyes.  When she can’t stand it anymore she gives me some of her dinner.  She’s so warm-hearted.

Susan loves to crochet and do needlework, which is fine with me.  I love yarn.  I don’t eat it, I just unravel it.  Christopher really doesn’t own anything as exciting as yarn, but he does have socks.  When he takes his socks off at night and forgets to close his bedroom door, I run in there fast and grab those suckers!  I love his socks so much!  He used to have slippers, too.

We have a lot more people in the family, and they’re all lovable.  But we also have Shaggy and Buddy, and boy are they characters!  Shaggy spent some time with us last week.  Poor Shaggy is blind, but he gets around pretty good.  He’s getting old and crotchety and didn’t want to play with me.  We get along OK, but he’s such an old fart.

Buddy thinks who the heck he is.  If anyone’s hugging and kissing and petting Shaggy and me, suddenly this black nose pops up like bread in a toaster, BOING!! right in the middle of us.  I think he’s jealous and a little needy!

Just one more thing:  Susan and Christopher, if you’re reading this, I love you, too!

And now,  I’ll give YOU a treat – feast your eyes on this beauty!  (me)


Drool: What you do when your owners have food and you don’t. To do this properly, sit as close as you can, look sad and let the drool fall to the floor or better yet on their laps.

Dog property laws:

1. If I like it, it’s mine.

2. If it’s in my mouth, it’s mine.

3. If I can take it from you, it’s mine.

4. If I had it a little while ago, it’s mine.

5. If it’s mine, it must never appear to be yours in any way.

6. If I’m chewing something up, all the pieces are mine.

7. If it just looks like mine, it’s mine.

8. If I saw it first, it’s mine.

9. If you are playing with something and you put it down, it automatically becomes mine.

10. If it’s broken, it’s yours.

“Drool” and “Dog Property Laws”

Bella’s Story written by: Bella and Merillion
Photography by: Susan


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