Your Afternoon Animal Fix

If you have any fun or interesting animal/pet photos please shoot me an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and what neighborhood you’re from or upload to the PoPville flickr pool (though I prefer email if possible) with your pets name and neighborhood. If you’ve already entered your pet and would like to do so again – that’s no problem – just space the entries out a bit.

“Columbia Heights, Sunday afternoon.”

Photo by PoPville flickr user johnmcochran2012

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“Pancakes the Cat being majestic in Mount Pleasant.”

7 Comment

  • I’ll have one pancake, please!

    Love those spray mists in CH. Lots of people out enjoying them.

  • Love the first photo! We saw this woman with her dog playing in the water while we waited for a green light on Kenyon Sunday afternoon. We were almost sad when it was time to go since it was so fun to watch!

  • Emmaleigh504

    Pancakes you are divine!

  • Pancakes is quite possibly the best cat name ever.

  • I wondered if we’d see that happy dog on the Animal Fix, given how many people I saw taking his picture! He was more fun to watch than the kids.

  • I hope the woman in the first photo knows how much joy she brought to me when I saw her dog battling the water spouts! It was hysterical and so adorable to watch. It was so hard to tear myself away!

    • Hi–I am that woman! I am so happy you enjoyed watching my wonderful dog play in the fountains. It is absolutely his favorite thing ever. I run into trouble every time with a parent or bystander (seriously, one single person each time) who thinks my dog should not be there. The kids love him, and I watch him closely. He is a big baby and does not bite, as the hundred kids who I have introduced to him know. I just wish all of us could play without criticism. I watch my dog and am am the lone adult in the fountains with him and the kids (sopping wet). I watch all of the kids too. I can understand parents being concerned about a big dog, but if I keep him confined to two spouts (which I do), and babysit in the process, I really don’t see what the problem is. Am I wrong to let Zeus cool off and let excited kids pet a great dog?

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