Saturday, August 31, 2013

Senior Pets

8 year old Serena helping with posts
13 year old Ozzy looking for attention
13 year old Cocoa Bean looking for tummy rubs
8 year old Dude looking for his next victim
 It's weird that all of our cats would be considered senior pets. They're all really active and want to be involved in whatever we're doing.

Serena was one when we brought her home as a buddy for the Dude. She'd play with him, but they weren't best friends. We brought 7 year old Ozzy and Cocoa home a year later, and Ozzy and the Dude became instant best buddies. At 13 Ozzy is still the goofiest and most active cat in the house; he'll jump 6 feet across the room out of the blue.

The strangest thing is that we've had Doug the lizard for 13 years and don't know his age!

Doug is at least 15, maybe 20, years old

And they wonder why we call them the baby dogs at about 6 and 5


  1. Senior pets are awesome and they will always be our babies!

  2. Love seeing the seniors. Have a serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. Way to go, senior dudes (in the generic dude-speak). Would I be correct in assuming your kitties are indoor kitties? No just because they're all living to be such a ripe, old age, but they're also so darned clean! Whatever it is you're doing, keep it up.

  4. We hopped over from the Saturday Blog Hop (a day late) and we are sure we have visited you before now that we are here, hahameow! Teri got a little teary eyed yesterday when she realized we are getting older and now are 13, 9, 8 and 7. She kept telling everyone we were a year younger...all but Brighton are seniors now, too...

  5. Baby dogs, huh? Guess we're mostly seniors now but there's nothing wrong with aging, is there!