Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Your Pussies and Bitches

Thanks to all the Infomaniac Bitches who sent us photos of your animal friends!

We begin with this photo from new Infomaniac bitch TB...

TB says, “Unfortunately my little pussy Merkinette is too twitchy to get a photo. However here is one of the dear Vicar with his faithful companion, Mr. Poppit, enjoying a rare vacation.
P.S. The Vicar usually wears a fishnet thong but it fell off while playing.”

Welcome to Infomaniac, TB!

And now on to the rest of you!

Normadesmond’s Corgis RIVIE and DINA

Rivie


Dina

Both are "intact" females as they get shown. Dina is a very affectionate girl, the most affectionate we've ever had. She's also an uber-alpha. Rivie's an alpha also. Dina now wears a muzzle whenever the two are together since she'd prefer Rivie dead. Makes for an interesting household.


Chickory’s chicken EASTER


This is Easter. She's my oldest and smallest hen (almost 3 years old!) and the most personable. She thinks she deserves the same rights as the dogs enjoy; wanting to come in the house instead of load into the coop at night with the other chickens. She isnt a very good layer so she is definitely a pet. On any serious farm, she would have been a chicken salad sandwich by now.


Boxer’s dogs COCO, LUCY and MICKEY

How does one describe this dog? She's part clown, part Einstein and 100% my Sunshine. That's Coco.

Here's Miss Lucy. The Grand Dame of my pack. 14 years old and still the Alpha. Lucy weighs just under five pounds.

Mickey is our super damaged one. Think Hannibel Lecter bad. I got him as a foster and realized he would be further damaged or injured if I gave him to anyone. I can't even walk him public. I have to look both ways on our busy street in front of my office to make sure no one is nearby before I take him out. Ahahahahahahaha. I'm like an abused woman. Why do I put up with Mickey? "Because I love him."


XL’s cats RJ, LOLA and CARMEN MIRANDA

Lola (left) and RJ.

Carmen Miranda
1998-2003
In memory of all of my pets


Hayward's dogs MYRTLE and FRED


My children: That's my sweet Myrtle on the left and the whine master Fred on the right. Myrtle loves balls and poor Fred wishes he still had his.



Mitzi’s dog GRUMPY

Grumpy having his weekly bath in the laundry room.

Name: Oliver renamed Grumpy
Position: Mother's fanny licker
Breed: Chihuahua
Colour: White
Age in dog years: 140
Favourite Food: Fish
Sex: Male
Likes: Walking, sniffing other dogs up the arse, being carried around in a handbag, eating, shitting and sleeping.
Dislikes: Fireworks, Cats.

Olly was the dog we had grown to love, with his wagging tail and cheerful wheezing. He was bought off a gypsy woman who came to our door selling clothes pegs, lucky charms and chihuahua puppies. Sadly Oliver died last year aged 20! and without a single tooth in his head.



Manda’s cat SIMBA


My cat since I was 4 years old(or so), she passed away a few years ago but she was my childhood best friend. We found her on a rainy night, skinny as a rail and about 3 weeks old on the porch of my old house, she was crying her little eyes out and my mother (who wore acrylic nails at the time) simply tapped the tile floor inside the door with her nails and Simba came inside. We fed her milk that night and that was the start of many years of love. She was the best cat I've ever had, extremely affectionate and clingy where most cats are aloof and distant, only wanting affection when they 'want' it. She also liked to knead and suckle on my Teddybears, which I learned later in life meant that she wasn't properly weaned. I used to dress her up with doll clothes from my baby dolls, she had reindeer horns, a baseball cap. When you'd pick her up she'd put her arms out so she could hug you around your neck, a paw on each shoulder, she'd nip my nose when she felt like being onery, all in all she was the most loving animal anyone could ask for and I miss her dearly.


Ask the Cool Cookie's dog ROCKY


As requested - I am sending you a picture of our little man, Rocky. We got him for free from our contractor and he came with that name. I wanted to call him Harry - because he is, and he has this fabulous tail!. Some silly woman bought him thinking that he would be a fashion accessory and after six months she realized that he wasn't toy, but a dog. So the contractor got him, then we fell in love with him and he became ours.

The husband dotes on him. Smart as whip and he is quite the chick magnet, but this does us no good. Now if he were a hunk magnet we'd be in business. Oh well - you can't have everything. Besides, he really has a very sweet disposition.


kabuki zero’s parrot BOOBOO


Booboo is a hot mess. reminds me of someone, not naming any names. BOOBOO is 100% girly woman lady female, wit the tits to prove it.


Princess’s pups PRINCESS ABBY and SIR FRED


Here is a photo of “Princess Abby”. The time share Shitzu/Maltese X. and my dear departed “Sir Fred” a Kelpie X together
Here is a link to the piece I wrote about “Sir Fred” at the time of his death. I do miss him he was a wonderful companion.

Abby is getting old too now. She spends half her time with the Empress and the other half with me. (Sleepovers at either place occur on a whim) She is 13. And as she has to climb about six stairs to get up to the Empresses Palace, spends most of her time these days at my place. At times she still carries on like a puppy bouncing about and running around in circles on the spot (especially when there is food involved) then when the excitement dies down, she collapses in a heap and sleeps for the next few hours. Usually she finds the place where you most want to walk so that you have to step over her! It’s like ....”I’m old, I’m tired, and I’m not moving... but I just want to make sure that you know I’m here... Pets! You gotta love ‘em.


CyberPete’s tweetybird GEORGE


I can't have pets. They'd end up dying from neglect. This is why my bestest friend evah gave me this many moons ago. Bless him! Meet George.


Stephen’s dogs LARRY and JUNIOR



Here they are. 2 Rescued Terriers: Fat Larry abused at his original home, & then he nipped at the new Baby & was sent away. Junior was found tied to a tree, out in the Oregon countryside. They have adjusted to life at Post Apocalyptic Bohemia. The rest on pillows & they sleep with their daddies.


Miss Scarlet’s dog BUZZ

Buzz 30/10/96 - 04/11/08

I still tend to turn into an emotional mess when I visit this post... reaches for tissues.... and this is still my screen saver on my phone.


Stacia’s cat LEGMA


This pussy is the late lamented Legma, passed on nearly 15 years ago and named after an elf or a hobbit or something equally embarrassing -- our RPG days were dark days indeed. Legma is playing with something that I only vaguely remember but which, as you can see, is conveniently marked at 12-inch intervals. Legma very rightly attacked it with gusto.


Beast’s dogs ALFIE and LLOYD

aka The Hounds of Hell.

Beast is frequently left in charge of Mr. C’s dogs, Alfie and Lloyd.

Alfie: a Pharoah hound

Lloyd: A pit bull cross


Designing Wally’s dog MICKEY


This is Mickey, Constant Companion, Party Host Extraordinaire -
When not entertaining, he enjoys playing in the garden, pink piggies and lounging...
Just like the daddy.



Miss Janey’s dogs JUNIOR, JENKINS and RALPH


Junior (the brindle) found on the street in June 2001, and Jenkins, purchased from the Pasadena Humane Society 3 years ago after the passing of Miss Janey's first dog Ralph…

Ralph (12/4/1994 - 2/13/2008)


John’s dog NIKKII


This is my pet Nikkii, I just had to put her down this January. I miss her so, she was a great companion.

Note: John is a new Infomaniac bitch. Welcome to Infomaniac, John!


Roses’ cat SOLITAIRE


I remembered I had this picture of Solitaire. Yes, she does normally look at me as if I'm mad. I wouldn't say she's wrong either. She is a darling, except when she pees on my door curtain. She's 13 now, not that you'd ever tell either by looking at her or by her behaviour. She was supposed to be Boy's but, she's always ended up sleeping with me. We've given up all pretence of that now.


Kapitano’s Papillons SADIE, PERRY and ROSIE

We've got five dogs, three parrots and an unknown number of mice under the floorboards. None of which like being photographed. So here's a selection of the dogs - the one's I managed to get pictures of. I don't think I can imagine living without dogs.


Rosie is a 1 year old lady dog, with endless energy, the ability to jump over obstacles three times her height, and an extremely penetrating happy little yap.

She is also blind - one eye missing, the other cataracted - though it doesn't slow her down one bit. Which means on the one hand she's a small, cute, happy, utterly adorable bundle of affection. And on the other, she looks like a gremlin.


Perry is the father - and like all dog and most human fathers, is vaguely aware that a smaller dog appeared some months after the last time the woman was in season, but doesn't see how it concerns him.


Sadie is the woman. Bitches are supposed to come into season once every six months - she managed it every three, which led to a lot of stressed and randy boy dogs, including the ones who preferred male dogs and human legs to relieve their hormones.

After Rosie was born, Sadie had a little operation at the vet, and she seems much happier now, getting a big silky coat and a habit of lying on her back looking at you till you tickle her chest. Make comparisons to human women as you wish.


Inexplicable DeVice’s Weimaraner MOOM


This is Moomin. She's the laziest, biscuitiest, wormiest quince! In fact, she is a lazy, biscuity wormquince. And a rubbish familiar.
Moom still hasn't worked out how to get indoors whilst carrying a stick.


Mr. Peenee’s cat SAKI


Saki's full name is the Evil and Adorable Sakihito. He is both evil and adorable and I have the scars to prove it. He's a Cancer and likes long candlelit walks on the beach, naps by the fire and biting me. I have never admitted that I am responsible for cutting his nuts off.


NOTE: Mistress MJ is greatly moved by these beautiful photos of your animal friends. They’re all so very lovable.

This post is dedicated with love to the memory of Mistress MJ’s pussy...

And remember…

44 comments:

  1. What a lovely assortment.

    Thank you MJ.

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  2. Thank YOU for the lovely RJ, Lola and Carmen Miranda!

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  3. Can they all come to my house Friday for a sleep-over?

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  4. Wonderful post.

    *sniff* so many lovely and loved past souls too.

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  5. What an adorable zoo!
    Pampered every one of them...
    Thank you MJ for giving us all a venue to display our treasures.

    PS. I'm pouring tea... Do you think the Vicar would like a cuppa?

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  6. what a delightful menagerie! i never thought i'd get so choked up here. well, by an obscene cock maybe, but never this.

    yes, i too can't stand reading about the friend's departed.

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  7. Proving once again that MJ is not the tough cookie she pretends to be.

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  8. Exactly what Infomaniac needs. More Pussy :-)

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  9. Awww Hayward's Fred. Too cuuuuute!

    You all have lovely pets though. Thankfully no snakes!

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  10. WALLY: Can they all come to my house Friday for a sleep-over?

    Aren’t you going to be busy with the 5 gentlemen from the previous post?

    Which reminds me…I’ve forgotten to post the answers.

    But I’m off to bed so I’ll get around to it later.

    UTE: Wonderful post.
    *sniff* so many lovely and loved past souls too.


    Ta, Ute…and see my response to Normadesmond.

    PRINCESS: What an adorable zoo!
    Pampered every one of them...
    Thank you MJ for giving us all a venue to display our treasures.
    PS. I'm pouring tea... Do you think the Vicar would like a cuppa?


    Let’s ask new Infomaniac Bitch “TB” about the Vicar when he pops by later.

    I’d love a cuppa in the meantime.

    Do you have any biccies?

    NORMADESMOND: what a delightful menagerie! i never thought i'd get so choked up here. well, by an obscene cock maybe, but never this.
    yes, i too can't stand reading about the friend's departed.


    There is always an economy-sized package of tissues on hand here on Infomaniac.

    You’ll find them by the Wet Wipes.

    PEENEE: Proving once again that MJ is not the tough cookie she pretends to be.

    Didn’t you see the Doris Day t-shirt?

    BEAST: Exactly what Infomaniac needs. More Pussy :-)

    It smells like pussy in here.

    CYBERPOOF: Awww Hayward's Fred. Too cuuuuute!
    You all have lovely pets though. Thankfully no snakes!


    We wouldn’t want to scare your tweetybird.

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  11. Oh God, I am in bits now.
    They are all gorgeous.
    Sx

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  12. This post was so cute I actually got teary.......

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  13. Grumpy is amazing. He looks like a pissed off sea anemone. Oh my god, every pet is wonderful! Excuse me, I have something in my eye... *sniffle*

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  14. SCARLET: Oh God, I am in bits now.
    They are all gorgeous.


    I second that emotion.

    DAMIEN: This post was so cute I actually got teary.......

    Somebody needs a hug.

    STACIA: Grumpy is amazing. He looks like a pissed off sea anemone. Oh my god, every pet is wonderful! Excuse me, I have something in my eye... *sniffle*

    I especially enjoyed reading Grumpy’s “Likes” list.

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  15. Thank you for this beautiful post, MJ! All our loved ones who passed on are forever in our hearts and memories.

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  16. What a menagerie! Great job, everyone!

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  17. Adorable!! Each and every one of them.

    Thank you MJ.

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  18. What a splendid assortment!

    I never really thought much about chickens as pets, but Chickory's hen Easter is just beautiful. Such lovely colours!

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  19. I loved seeing everyone's pets. My own is a Boston Terrier that had been dropped off at the vet's for a bath and never picked up. I got him from a shelter and he has been my "best man" for the last six years. TB P.S. Collect stuffed or china animals if you can't commit to care for a real one.

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  20. MANDA: Thank you for this beautiful post, MJ! All our loved ones who passed on are forever in our hearts and memories.

    I like to imagine a Great Cat House in the Sky.

    ROXY: What a menagerie! Great job, everyone!

    Aren’t they wonderful?

    Or should I say purrfect?

    (You knew I’d say that at some point.)

    HAYWARD: Adorable!! Each and every one of them.
    Thank you MJ.


    Give Myrtle and Fred a big hug for me!

    IVD: What a splendid assortment!
    I never really thought much about chickens as pets, but Chickory's hen Easter is just beautiful. Such lovely colours!


    I doubt that Chickory’s hen steals sultanas like your Beaky did.

    TB: I loved seeing everyone's pets. My own is a Boston Terrier that had been dropped off at the vet's for a bath and never picked up. I got him from a shelter and he has been my "best man" for the last six years. TB P.S. Collect stuffed or china animals if you can't commit to care for a real one.

    Another good way to have contact with animals if you can’t have one of your own is to pet sit for friends or volunteer to walk their dogs.

    p.s. Princess wants to know if the Vicar would like a cup of tea?

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  21. LOVE LOVE LOVE this post. everyones pets are so charming. Legma the cat has a perfect pose for this blog. you couldve photoshopped in a giant peen no problemo. I loved Stephens photo of Larry, what Boxer said about Mickey (God bless the woman who deals with a small insane dog - thats so not me), neat to see a pharoh hound (the oldest breed maybe?) loved Mitzis write up for grumpy, "whine master" Fred,; ive always loved xl's RJ -what a face....loved the vintage Ralph....Oh hell i loved them all. Nice tribute to your own pussy. MJ. wonderful!

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  22. BRAVO! fantastic post. Here is Miss janey, laughing and crying... How lucky we all are to have our animal families. Thanks for the reminder, Mistress MJ.

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  23. They all deserve a rosette.

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  24. CHICKORY: LOVE LOVE LOVE this post. everyones pets are so charming. Legma the cat has a perfect pose for this blog. you couldve photoshopped in a giant peen no problemo. I loved Stephens photo of Larry, what Boxer said about Mickey (God bless the woman who deals with a small insane dog - thats so not me), neat to see a pharoh hound (the oldest breed maybe?) loved Mitzis write up for grumpy, "whine master" Fred,; ive always loved xl's RJ -what a face....loved the vintage Ralph....Oh hell i loved them all. Nice tribute to your own pussy. MJ. wonderful!

    Thanks for making your beautiful chicken Easter a part of our group!

    But it’s only a matter of time before a hierarchy is established and she starts hen-pecking the others…teehee.

    MISS JANEY: BRAVO! fantastic post. Here is Miss janey, laughing and crying... How lucky we all are to have our animal families. Thanks for the reminder, Mistress MJ.

    And sometimes our animal families are more loving than our human families!

    MITZI: They all deserve a rosette.

    Oh goodness…I had to Google rosette.

    I was afraid it was something naughty!

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  25. MJ's Mutts, moggs, and menagerie dwellers. Marvellous.

    Getting to know someone's pets is the best way to get to know the person - as well as the second most fun and the safest to do in public.

    So I think I know the infobitches a bit better now.

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  26. What a great post and what a great group of dogs, cats, parrots and that lovely Chicken Easter. I think my next dog will be a Corgi. Look at those faces on Rivie and Dina!

    And more Chihuahuas!

    Doris Day is one amazing woman and I'm taking that picture of her with me. I love it.


    Thanks for putting this together, MJ. It's a lot of work and I really loved it.

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  27. Awwww all these lovely little guys and gals .
    I should have taken a picture of the whole Cafe C menagerie.
    2 chickens
    4 parakeets
    2 Budgies
    1 canary
    12 fish
    and of course the Hell Hounds

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  28. The expression on Roses' cat Solitaire speaks volumes.

    "Cats will be taking over the planet any day now and I'm afraid your freedom will cost you."

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  29. KAPI: MJ's Mutts, moggs, and menagerie dwellers. Marvellous.
    Getting to know someone's pets is the best way to get to know the person - as well as the second most fun and the safest to do in public.
    So I think I know the infobitches a bit better now.


    If I ever publish another post like this, I’m using that title….

    “MJ's Mutts, moggs, and menagerie dwellers”

    BOXER: What a great post and what a great group of dogs, cats, parrots and that lovely Chicken Easter. I think my next dog will be a Corgi. Look at those faces on Rivie and Dina!
    And more Chihuahuas!
    Doris Day is one amazing woman and I'm taking that picture of her with me. I love it.
    Thanks for putting this together, MJ. It's a lot of work and I really loved it.


    Thanks for the rights to those stars of stage and screen; Coco, Lucy and Mickey.

    I’m not sure I can afford the Equity fees!

    BEAST: Awwww all these lovely little guys and gals .
    I should have taken a picture of the whole Cafe C menagerie.
    2 chickens
    4 parakeets
    2 Budgies
    1 canary
    12 fish
    and of course the Hell Hounds


    I hope they are not on the menu!

    HAYWARD: The expression on Roses' cat Solitaire speaks volumes.
    "Cats will be taking over the planet any day now and I'm afraid your freedom will cost you."


    I’ve got news for you…

    They’ve already taken over.

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  30. What a lovely way to kick off Thursday.

    What gorgeous animals we share our lives with.

    Thanks MJ.

    I'd still love to house sit Easter. What a fab chicken.

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  31. I loved this post! So many beauties! And all that unconditional love out there in the world!

    Great pics, everyone!

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  32. ROSES: What a lovely way to kick off Thursday.
    What gorgeous animals we share our lives with.
    Thanks MJ.
    I'd still love to house sit Easter. What a fab chicken.


    This post was a pleasure to put together, Miss Roses.

    Thanks for making Solitaire a part of it.

    MICHAEL GUY: I loved this post! So many beauties! And all that unconditional love out there in the world!
    Great pics, everyone!


    Unconditional love galore, Michael.

    Although I suspect they have second thoughts about it when we put lime hats on them.

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  33. I am back for more sobbing. I love this post.
    Sx

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  34. SCARLET: I am back for more sobbing. I love this post.

    I could easily become a cat blogger, Miss Scarlet.

    Or create a blog devoted to animals of all sorts.

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  35. And why not? I wonder if there is a knitting for cats blog?
    Sx

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  36. SCARLET: And why not? I wonder if there is a knitting for cats blog?

    Do you mean cats who knit?

    Or people who knit for cats?

    In any case, looks like this cat has knit himself a sweater.

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  37. I have melted! That is so cute.
    Sx

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  38. Click here to see new pics of Chickory’s chicken, Easter.

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  39. Fantastic!
    You can always tell a lot about someone by the way they treat animals, and you people are all Saints.

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  40. DONN, er, Mr.E: Fantastic!
    You can always tell a lot about someone by the way they treat animals, and you people are all Saints.


    And let’s not forget Saint Francis of Assisi...the patron saint of animals!

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  41. According to Peenee, is Mistress out their pretending to be a tough Cookie? That is my role. BTW, I can't find a mens shirt that says "Loving my inner Evil Queen". It only comes in woemns tops.

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  42. That was such a lovely feature post. I loved every single one of the pets & you also drew me to some cool new blogs & their bloggers.

    Sometimes I feel ashamed that I prefer animals to people, but now it is even clearer.

    Such a sweet peice from such a cynic.

    I am so honored to have Larry & Junior included. I am a long time reader of your little spot on the Interent... & now we have a connection.

    Butt Sniffs,
    Stephen

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  43. STEPHEN: That was such a lovely feature post. I loved every single one of the pets & you also drew me to some cool new blogs & their bloggers.
    Sometimes I feel ashamed that I prefer animals to people, but now it is even clearer.
    Such a sweet peice from such a cynic.
    I am so honored to have Larry & Junior included. I am a long time reader of your little spot on the Interent... & now we have a connection.
    Butt Sniffs,
    Stephen


    Thanks so much for bringing Larry and Junior into the Infomaniac Pussies and Bitches family.

    Sniffing butts is an initiation rite here at Infomaniac so you’ll fit right in.

    p.s. I prefer animals to people too.

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