It’s Day 7 of my 12 Days of Cuteness – a celebration of pet cuteness over the holidays.
I’m presenting photos of all the anipals and messages from them or their persons over the 12 days of Christmas. Check out the official gallery of cuteness right now.
Pudgy Dog writes: “Krinkle is an English Bulldog. I think he’s maybe four years old. Everything he does is funny! On walks he likes to find the longest stick possible and carry it home, often blocking the entire sidewalk with it. He also snores. I was in the elevator heading back up to his condo and a woman in the elevator said, “So that’s who does the snoring above me. I was blaming my husband!”
Jada is a five year old Shih Tzu Schnauzer mix.
“Jada is the spark-plug of our family. At a youthful five years old, Jada is mature well beyond her years. She’s the only girl among our kids and even though she’s the youngest, she enjoys playing the big sister role and emotionally watches over her brothers like their mom.
She makes us smile with her loving squeals of excitement when she sees us and her witty intelligence makes us proud she’s a member of our family.
Jada feels right at home either chasing down a thrown toy or laying in the middle of the floor sleeping during a movie. And when a stranger is near, she transforms into a Seal Team 6 member and tracks the threat until the threat is contained. I can’t imagine life without Jada and seeing that little loving face warms our hearts on even the coldest Chicago nights.
Merry Christmas from Jada and her family.”
“King is a four year old imperial Shih Tzu. He loves nothing more than a piece of cheese. And if you start to squeak one of his squeaky toys, he’ll howl as loud as he can as if he were singing to the rhythm of the squeaks!” says King’s person.
“This is an old photo (of Lara, a Lhasa Apso), here she’s about 12 weeks. She’s four now and moves too fast to get an in-focus photo!
She always likes to save some of her dinner until her dad says it’s bedtime and goes to turn off the lights, then she spends five minutes finishing her dinner, leaving dad standing in the doorway waiting before they can go to bed,” says Lara’s person.