coop.  They are smart  pets that give you breakfast! 

​To see my chicken coop (that I used to have) check out this link:

8/29/1997 - 4/9/2012





​Quigley was 2 when we  adopted him from the local animal shelter. He is a Lhasa Apso/Shih Tzu mix.  He had been on the streets for a while, and was completely shaved from being badly matted and very skinny when we got him.  He is a very high energy smart little fellow.  We adopted him after we had to put our sweet little Hattie down because she had a stroke.  





​Nicholas Alexander, aka "Nikki" was bought as a 10 week old puppy. He traveled with us just about every where we went, loved to ride in the car, slept under our bed at night, and loved everybody, especially little children.  He was such a sweet, gentle little soul. He was almost 15 when he passed away.  He was such a wonderful part of our lives for all those years.


5/15/2006 - 9/3/2015

​Through the years I've had many pets, I've loved animals since the day I was born.  Here are some                                                                      of my furbabies.

This is the dogs brand new bed, but Ms. Nosey had to check it out first!!



​she sounds kind of like a duck quacking, hence the name.  She is one of the sweetest natured cats I've ever had.


Two months later almost 14 lbs.


​Kiki is 19 years old.  I rescued her from a Walmart store parking lot when she was a little kitten.  Someone had just dumped her there. 


​AKA  Ms. Quack



​And here's my girls (l-r) ZsaZsa, Cinnamon, and Maggie.  I had to rehome them when we recently moved to Florida:(  Chickens are so much fun.  ZsaZsa was always "talking" to me when I was out by the

​Quackers is about 16 years old.  She showed up at our house several weeks after hurricane Katrina as a skinny stray. She got her name Quackers because when she meows

Day one he weighed 10-1/2 lbs, skinny little stray. He doesn't even fit that harness anymore.

Now 3-1/2 years old, my handsome boy weighs 18-1/2 lbs., is living the good life, and we love him to bits.

​Hattie was about ten when we had to put her down.  She was a rescue we adopted after our sweet little Nikki died at almost 15 years of age.  She was a total little love.  We still miss her a lot.