Wednesday, August 21, 2013

"Age is just a number, life is an attitude" or shall I say "Cattitude? #BlogPaws Celebrates Senior Pets!

27 comments:

  1. CATTITUDE! We love senior pets! Xeti has got 12 years and my grandmother's dog has got over 14 years!!!

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  2. Senior pets rock. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. My Star is a senior at 14, but she's still my baby girl!

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  4. Well, I'm still a young kitty but this is a great post. Age is certainly just a number. :)

    Here's to Cattitude!

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  5. Oh gosh, it is so important to think about the senior cats, especially the ones in the shelters. It is so sad when an older cat gets put in a shelter. Great post. Take care.

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  6. Seniors ROCK!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

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  7. Lots of food for thought there.... did somebody say food?

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  8. If--and that's a HUGE if--our human ever adopts again, she figures it would be a senior cat, because she says daily that she just can't do another Nicki. LOL.

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  9. I am nearly a senior cat! The human is ancient!! ;)

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  10. I lv (love) old pets! Mostly cats tho (though)

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  11. I have two seniors in my home. Squeaky 21 and Charlie 12. I have had two others that lived till 20 and 21. Senior kitties are awesome!
    Sue B

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  12. Senior pets rock! Well, seniors of all species do!

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  13. Mes thinks seniors pets is the bestest!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  14. I may be ten years, four months and six days old but... I'M STILL A KITTEN AT HEART!

    Now, the peep on the other paw...

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  15. You guys are still babies!xx Speedy

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  16. Senior pets are good - the last remaining cat here before I adopted Hannah and Lucy was almost 20. She still used to get up on the fence but her eye sight got very bad and she couldn't see enough to jump down and I used to lift her down but it made her so miserable that she wasn't independent. She was almost 20 when she passed over to Rainbow Bridge.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  17. We love senior pets. For some reason, we've always adopted adult animals (some of them seniors). I expect that trend will just continue...

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  18. Momma really misses her senior girl...Abby came home today.

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  19. Caren love this article layout. Before Cinnamon my husband and I had a white angora cat for 191/2 yrs. She had serious cattitude and we loved her and miss her dearly!

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  20. Caren love this article layout. Before Cinnamon my husband and I had a white angora cat for 191/2 yrs. She had serious cattitude and we loved her and miss her dearly!

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  21. Greetings Caren and Cody,

    A pawsitive pawst with a serious message. Let's just say I'm a lady of a certain age and I'm as playful as ever. I still have my "inner puppy." :)

    Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses,

    Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar! :)

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  22. Mum tells me I am a senior who still thinks he is a kitten.

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  23. In Granny's eyes I'm still a baby :D

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  24. We have an old lady cat and the two male
    Cats worship the ground she walks on her name is Lacey

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  25. I love the Irish proverb on top because it is so true!

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  26. We saw this and find it quite the informative piece
    Purrs

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