Finding The Best Sun Spots

The fireplace has been popular, but we also gravitate to the best sun spots for proper canine baking during cool weather.

Almost as good as the fireplace.

Almost as good as the fireplace.

After a couple of cold days, our weather has returned to a more normal fall temperature pattern. Breezy and cool is about perfect, especially when you can locate a nice sunny situation to keep the furs warm.

Synchronized napping.

Synchronized napping.

Sometimes, though, napping in the sun is not enough. Then, you have to think up other activities to get the blood flowing – like a good old Sibernacle Choir Practice.

When Choir Mistress Kiska says to sing, I sing.

When Choir Mistress Kiska says to sing, I sing.


  1. Lori on October 28, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    Well Christmas is coming so a good Sibernacle Choir practice would be important!

  2. Zoe on October 28, 2017 at 9:27 am

    How is Miss Kiska doing? Is she able to get around ? You had said she was going back to the vet, did they find anything else?

    Your pack and their humans remain, as always in our prayers, with a special candle lit for Miss Kiska and her recovery

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