Canine Comedy

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at:

17 thoughts on “Canine Comedy”

      1. You, too, Jeanne! I spent most of the morning with a friend on a bench, talking, watching little duck families on a local park pond. Other than a bit of sunburn, it was a pleasant way to spend the rest of the morning after we put flowers on graves.

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      2. That does sound like a lovely day. Your kitty-boys don’t go out on halter/leashes, do they? I ask because all their photos seem to be indoors, and carriers seem to be used to ‘away’ trips… Purr loves to go on hikes, to the park, to the beach, etc. She would have adored watching baby ducks, but we’d have needed to keep a good grasp on her leash, otherwise she’d undoubtedly have tried to hop into the pond.


      3. No, they don’t have halters or leashes. I do have a stroller that they can ride in, but don’t use any longer because they used it to perch, breaking out the mesh on top!

        I used to take walks with Louie the ginger cat, the cat I had before them, and he walked where he wanted, with me following him. That was an interesting (and embarrassing sometimes!) experience as he went where cats do. Since I walked him in the cool of the morning, walking under people’s bedroom windows to follow him was problematic for me! He took zero time to get out of his harness the first time I thought I would take him for a walk.

        The kitty boys might enjoy walks, but I am physically impaired now, making walking for me a difficult matter. They would be very short walks! If I used the walker instead of the cane, I could go for longer walks, but I don’t know how that would be with two cats or one at a time, for that matter.

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      4. I generally walk with Saphera in the evening… She gets one munchkin, I get the other … Katsu doesn’t have a halter – yet – however, I expect he will, eventually get one small enough to fit and learn to use it… Gunner was only a bunny, but quite competent on the leash, if one didn’t mind a bit of bounce. >^.^<


      5. Wow! That’s a lot of critters on leashes! You must be fairly patient to train them to walk with them. (I like the idea of a bunny on a leash. They are such sweet animals and make great pets!)

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      6. Saphera is 10 and Purrseidon’s surrogate mom, so Purr easily learned the leash…. Mr. M was a bit more difficult, probably because he was older and he only became a housecat after he hd arthritic paws. SO, M would always want to join the family stroll, but most of the time, he needed to be carried back. Thankfully, he only weighed 10#.

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