Duke: Great Dane, thinks he's a cat. If I give him a treat he doesn't like, I call the cats, and give it to one of them. He then decides that if the cats like it, he must eat it.
Ligre: Was my daughters half sisters cat, he came with that name. I don't think there are any branches on his family tree. He likes to play tag with the kids. You run, he chases, he runs you chase.
Smudge: She is Queen Princess. She prefers to drink her water fresh from the faucet. She will break up cat spats, and no one will start anything with her. Someone just thinking about it will get the look of death from her. She weighs physically all of 5 pounds, but has the attitude of something 100 times that. I got her from a friend of mine who had kittens. She was 12 weeks old, and completely weaned. A couple weeks after I got her she started suckling, and would leave itty bitty kitty hickeys where ever she was suckling.
Baby Boy: The product of a stray, was supposed to be rehomed. Drinks water out of the water bowl with his front legs wrapped in a manner that looks as though, instead of drinking is vomiting from drinking too much.
Baby Girl: Sister of above cat, with the same story. She maybe weighs 3 pounds, is about the size of a 6 month old cat at 5. She walks absolutely no where, but instead, runs. When she is very happy, she insists on giving kisses. Her nose, to your mouth. Just a light touch.
Buddy the Kitty Kitty: Loves everybody and every body loves him. He says good morning to the dog. Solid black, probably 18 pounds. I can put him outside on a harness and it takes to it like he was born wearing it. He tolerates my granddaughter trying to pick him up and snuggle with him. He's nearly bigger than her. Thinks he's a dog.
Rampage: If I turn the faucet on to run water, he will get in the sink and play in the water.
Havoc: Rampages brother, emulates the dog. Will lay on the couch next to the dog, laying the same way the dog does. Will play with the most obscure things. His latest toy was a toostie pop. He carried it all over, talking and chattering like he had "real" prey.
Dip: Brother to Rampage and Havoc. Launches himself 5 plus feet off the ground, up the wall, then tears around the house.