“The workers walked into the living room and announced, ‘Hello everyone, you can now walk outside and play Frisbee for fifteen minutes. Physical exercise is important for your health and helps you recover quickly. Come on out, now!’ Everyone ran outside and each of the staff members held a Frisbee with their names on it. Daisy’s name was called and told her to run like the wind in order to grab the flying object from her mouth and give it back to the person who threw it to her in the first place. For fifteen short minutes, the only physical exercise of the day was the Frisbee flying from one dog to another dog.”
“A Persian cat walked up to Daisy and introduced himself. ‘Hi, I am Iceman and I’ve been here for over one month due to a car that hit me while I was crossing the road, which caused me to have both broken legs. I hope you enjoy your stay here at the academy because there are tons of fun adventures we explore throughout the mansion. In room, 21A, we play with video games while in 21B, we eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. And last but not least, room 22, our bedrooms, filled with a combination of cat and dog beds, blankets, pillows, and a bathroom. This academy is a dog and cat’s dream come true, fantasy land, peaceful environment and a fresh air full of life.’ Daisy stood there in shock and depicted Iceman’s description of the mansion.”
” When Daisy’s owners signed a contract for her to stay and recuperate for one month, she woke up from her nap and was surrounded by cats and dogs who are staying at the academy as well, to recover from their injuries by walking outside the second week after their accident happened and interact with each other for at least 5 to 30 minutes in a tight fenced backyard.”
This morning, I decided to click on photoshop and create a layout design for my three random cat images I commonly use for different examples when doing photoshop tutorials on here.
Before I mention what the cats’ names are, I would like to briefly mention that there are two photos per cat: one is the original and the other one had been colorized. Ariel is the cat, located on top of the layout; Iceman is the cat at the bottom and Calico is located on the far right hand side.
Ice-man (right) and Daisy (left), were out on the back porch and having a great time “socializing” with each other. As Ice-man grabbed a hold of Daisy and started kissing, kicking and sort of clawing her, Daisy walked away from him.
Of course, as she walked back over to my mom, Ice-man tried to grab Daisy again, but unfortunately, she was distracted by a dog’s bark from next door. Cats and dogs love each other.
In the previous years, cats at my house have been coming and leaving constantly. Luckily, however, there has been one of my cats who has lived for nine years and is still kicking. Her name is Calico. Not to mention, she is a calico cat. Born in the Southeastern United States, Calico came to live with my mom a couple of years after she was born. For the past eight and a half to nine years, she has been one grumpy kitty cat, not getting along with others, except for one cat that was born and raised in the same area as she had grown up in. Other than her grumpy moods, she likes to hide in boats, under the sheds and the house, and sometimes, she decides to walk to the house where food is awaiting for her.
Ariel, a light orange tabby cat, was born in Clarksville and was homeless as a kitten until one day; my brother found her and decided that she needed a home. She lived with him for a small amount of time and around sometime in 2011; Ariel came to live with my family and I. She has been fed soft kitty food, dry kitty food, spoiled to the bone and enjoys spending time with her son, Ice-man.
Ariel’s kitten, Ice-man, was born and raised in the backroom of my house, where he stayed inside and outside for a certain time period. Now a mostly, one year old outside cat, Ice-man is playful and active who loves to eat his soft kitty food and taking naps on the cushions on the back porch.
These three whiskered cats keep the dogs and I entertained because they are fun to watch when chasing each other around the yard.