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Monday, October 10, 2011

The Golden Eye


  1. Great foto! :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

  2. Oh, that is outstanding! I really love that one! You should frame it!

  3. cool, looks like a postcard
    Benny & Lily

  4. That is the "Where is my treat"? look. Apparently you are about 3 minutes late in handing over the goodies. When a dog is treat deprived, it shows in the eyes first.

    Mogley G. Retriever

  5. Hi Y'all,

    When I look at that beautiful eye...and oh the gorgeous colors framing her face...all I see is how clear and nearly allergy free it is...

    Poor Hawk always has the matter discharging in the corner of his eyes. Ragweed season his eyes are impossible to keep clean.

  6. Saying so much with so little.



  7. That's a keeper!
    Love the colors and of course her beautiful eye:)

  8. what a tantalizing golden eyes, you really look great at that post!

    It's all About Pet Fences | Dog Fence

  9. a beautiful autumn shot. thanks :-)

  10. A beautiful eye, and window to the soul!!

  11. Hi Everybuddy, wow, that face looks kinda familiar. Just beautiful. Thanks for coming to visit. Look forward to learning more about you all. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

  12. Oh K,, you are so beautiful.
    I see into your inner being.. I see love
    you look so beautiful in the autumn

  13. According to this website the kittens stay with their mothers until the fall (or for 6-9 months), so it's possible that he headed out on his own then or soon afterwards.

    "The kittens stay with their mother until the fall. They are born with their eyes closed and open them when they are ten days old. The young kitten drinks its mother's milk until about two months old. When they are five months old, the kittens learn to hunt with their mother. The kittens will stay with their mother for six to nine months."


  14. Now that's exactly the cropping I saw in your Wordless Wednesday from home last night! So you deserve the compliment for creative framing!


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