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  1. Sheryll & Critters. says:

    Such beautiful babies, both furry and two legged.

    1. I agree Sheryll and have a great weekend.

  2. I just love that fluffy cat and the picture of the legs sticking out. So much gorgeous photography here. What a great big furry family of pets πŸ™‚ Love it!!

    1. I can’t imagine living in Alaska or for a cat to survive one of their harsh winters!

  3. My cat that I got when I was 11 still lives with us! I always told her that she was my best friend growing up and I still do πŸ™‚ No judgment here!
    Goodness, those are some adorable pets! I LOVE her outlook on life from Wolsey – Mera, I think you should cross stitch it on a pillow or frame it! πŸ˜‰

    1. That would be an awesome pillow, love it Brynne!

    2. Oh dude, such a great idea! I’m a big fan of irreverent cross stitch and I’m totally going to do this–thanks for the inspiration!

      1. Can’t wait to see it!

  4. WOW! what an amazing home and what great stories behind (literally, get it!) those animals! they are all so loved now and all so special!

    1. Ugh I hope so that it’ll get better soon.

    1. I totally agree and I want that tulip chair.

  5. β€œis your a**hole frozen?” Nope! I’m ok lol. Your home is beautiful and your pets are adorable.

    1. Haha, thank heavens not right? Poor little kitty that’s got to hurt.

  6. Huge thank you to you, Julia, and to your readers for the sweet comments and for checking out Red House West! It’s been a great day!

    1. I loved having you and your adorable family! Have a great weekend

  7. Aww, I love them all! We used to have a kitty with extra toes; they’re the best. And Winnie is so freakin’ adorable. Also, I love all the rugs in her house….must go check out the blog to read more about those πŸ˜‰

    1. My LillyCat has lots of extra toes too. Looks so silly! I love the rugs too

  8. Thank you for sharing the wonderful stories of these pretty pet companions. Animals are amazing despite the hardships they go through they still give so much love.
    These babies look very well taken care of. I am glad to read that they found a loving home

    1. Thank you and I’m glad they have a great home too. I can’t imagine what it is like to try to survive a winter in Alaska! So sad

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