Friday, October 19, 2007

Cats and Dogs

It might seem like I am a bit pug-obsessed and that would be true!

So you would think I would have a pug, right? Well, the truth is my pug Cindy Sue died two years ago and because I’m so darned busy with a 9-5 job and my artwork, I haven’t gotten another pug (just yet).

Cindy was just amazing, my best buddy and the sweetest, most sensitive soul around. I still miss her like crazy.

And speaking of crazy, we now have Buster the cat and he is a bit out there! We rescued him a year ago and I can’t say he’s MY cat as he is really my husband David’s pet. He follows David around like a puppy and is quite annoyed if David goes away for any length of time – LOL


This post is for you Constance! I know you think there is a puggie out there somewhere – LOL

But only in my dreams : - )





9 comments:

rochambeau said...

Hey, I did think you had a puggie! So SAD you lost your Cindy Sue!! Don't you love animals? I like them more than people. I do! The hardest part is saying goodbye!;-(........... It was SO hard on me to loose my dog Gretchen and my cat Simone. I'm still not over it. By the way Simone liked my husband too. And he was MY cat! But it made me happy to see the side Simone brought out in him.

I must say Buster is a handsome devil, especially in his regalia. And my guess? He's king of Pandora's Parlor.

PS I'm not physic or anything, but I see a sweet little pugster in your future!

tink said...

AWWWW all this talk of pets. I feel there are MORE DOGS in our futures , sis!

Holly Stinnett said...

Hi Neighbor!

I found you through Michelle's blog and saw that mentioned Lisa's paper doll class and Santa Monica... I live just a few miles from there in L.A. (recently moved). I love San Juan Capistrano... it's so gorgeous there.

Just wanted to say hello and I'll be back. :)

Holly

Lilli said...

I guess then that 'once a pug in your heart, always a pug in your heart'

:)

kate said...

I don't think we ever forget the dogs that are no longer with us.

Pugsley, Buster, Cricket & Daisy said...

Just a note to let you know we stop by your blog frequently. So beautiful.

Four Pugz

donna o. said...

Disclaimer- I don't have any pets but this was a sweet post.
D.
PS- thanks for you nice get well wishes- better but still pretty sore!

Michelle E. ~ Vintage Pastiche' said...

What a sweet post and Cindy Sue was just the cutest thing! :) I am so sorry that you lost her. I think about that more and more now that my Olivia is 9 I get REALLY scared and start crying I don't what I'll do when that day comes.

I know there's a pugster out there waiting for you.

Donna Layton said...

Constance might be psychic you know. I bet she is.
I'm so sorry about Cindy Sue. What a cute name. I know the pain of losing those beloved pets. I still mourn my two precious cocker spaniels Maggie and Daphne. We loved those dogs as much as our children. You just never, ever get over it.