WORDLESS WEDNESDAY #12

Where best to sit on a chilly autumnal morning? Our Rabanne knows – she waits patiently in the driveway for me to return home for breakfast after my early cat visits. She then plonks herself on the warm car bonnet – and has to be prised off with a crowbar before I can later leave on my dog-walks!

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About Cee Tee Jackson

I run three blogs: 1) ceeteejackson.com (my author blog.) 2) leadingpetcare.com (my business / dog walking blog) 3) loudhorizon.wordpress.com (my music blog .. infrequent posts) Guess what? I'm a dog walking, wannabee author that loves music.
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7 Responses to WORDLESS WEDNESDAY #12

  1. Charlotte says:

    Awww, what a cutie! Yea, she doesn’t look like she wants to move from her perch there πŸ™‚

    Thanks so much for leaving your thoughtful comment on my blog so that I could find yours here! You’re totally right–pitbulls are terribly maligned breed, and some of the most loving pups I’ve ever had. XOXO and nice to meet you!

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  2. Winter around the corner in our hemisphere, we always have to check the under block to make sure there aren’t any huddlers trying to keep warm from the engine. What a sweet face!

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  3. She looks pretty content there.

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  4. That’s gotta be the best place to feel the sun, and watch the road. I dog it!

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