Cutest puppy and kitten, ever

And now, for your stress relief . . . .

The cutest Chow Chow puppy!

. . . and the cutest tiger-striped kitten!

. . . and the sweetest Persian kitten! I can almost smell her baby fragrance.


19 responses to “Cutest puppy and kitten, ever

  1. adorable- both of them

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  2. Knocked the ball out of the park got a glowing smile and set for the day Doc.
    ☻♫♪♫♪ Thank you

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  3. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    What next? They are so cute; but, it amazes me what choices are out there for a pet – it is beginning to look like the cereal aisle at the grocery store.


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  4. So adorable!!

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  5. Those little fuzz balls sure make the sun shine brighter!

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  6. Thanks, I needed that!!!!!

    USMC Vietnam Veteran 68-69
    aka Hardtimes 3/9 3rd Mar Div

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  7. Dr Eowyn . . . I could actually feel myself relax while watching these little ones. After seeing how much fur that little Chow Chow has, I bet it appreciates being in an air conditioned environment. Thank you, that was wonderful.

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  8. Yes in these hard times we need puppies and kittens more than ever.

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  9. After what I saw the evil israelis doing over at Goon Squad’s blog, I needed these cuties to make me say, “Aaawwww!” I do thank the good Lord for puppies and kittens, especially my puppy, who, after 5 years, still makes me laugh out loud!

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  10. Thanks for the lift during what has been a pretty lousy week for me.

    First time I have smiled in days. 🙂

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  11. I just want to SQUEEZE those little puff balls, !! !!!!SO !! ! !!!!!! CUTE!!!!

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  12. traildustfotm

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  13. Sometimes you have no idea about how far-reaching a post like this is…..

    I recently lost my mom, & one thing helped me thread my way through grief & handling her final care/business left behind: my husband & I had “captured” 3 feral, pregnant mother cats and gave them shelter in our den a month or more before my mom died (we are so weary of the way people in the West abandon their pets “in the country” instead of spaying/ neutering/ caring for them–and then, their offspring are wild-born and so hard to tame—if you ever can…& the problem keeps repeating itself, generation after generation….). They delivered a month apart from one another. Every day of my stress and grief, I’ve held a warm fur-baby–usually all of them in turn, in my cupped hands, to my cheek to cuddle, and know the miracle of life and the innocence of a new-born/young one looking back at me with total acceptance and wonderment. Too, put an empty cardboard box out on the floor & you’ve got entertainment all day long with these kittens! Guaranteed to make your life better, stress melt away for at least a while, no matter your circumstance and no need for cable TV! These litters are hand-raised and ready for homes. We spayed/ neutered & found homes for the first litter of 4—(one of them to stay with us since we’ve recently lost 3 cats—our beloved 23-yr-old and just last week an 18-yr-old…..)…and we do have no-kill rescue societies lined up to take the other 2 litters when the time comes.

    I LOVE all the posts for our animal friends here on FOTM and often find them the most comforting part of my week…to be able to put down the burdens of my human work-week, and share in the innocence and tenderness of our devoted domesticated partners. 🙂 Thank you Dr. E for these kind and heart-felt posts! Sometimes you don’t know the magnitude of joy and comfort these bring to some of us as we work through our human circumstances….bless you!

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    • Thank you CalGirl for doing that. You are an angel. I have a cat that looks like the kitty on her back. Mine does the same, spends half of the time on her back with all fours in the air. Can’t imagine not having pets around. The many we’ve had over the years have been homeless or shelter pets. Some picked up by the roadside or found wandering in the desert. My life has been a domestic zoo and better for it. Bless all of you who take care of God’s creatures.

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    • I’m so sorry for your loss, CalGirl. ❤

      And thank you and God bless you for your kind and huge heart for God’s creatures. =^..^=

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  14. Mist'ears Mom

    Just the cutest!
    Bless you Calgirl for saving those babies. God works in mysterious ways-May you have years of joy with your new little fur ball.
    I totally agree there is nothing like the unconditional love of a cherished pet, and nothing more heartbreaking than when they cross the bridge.

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