Browse this page to see our pet photos. I love to take pictures of our pets.
Each day as I work from home, in my garden or in my home office I have the privilege of lots of moral support, love ,affection and supervision from our family pets.
If you have a story about working with your pets share it with us. The invitation is at the bottom of this page.
The pet photo above shows our cat Tom. Obviously he has exhausted himself with a hard day's work at the office.
And if you have pets that you feel you are not getting to spend enough time around - consider working for yourself. I took the plunge, made the decision and I love working from home and building my own business.
The pet photo below shows Bronco and Tom relaxing together. Tom is tucked in under the cover to the corner on the right.
Pretty Puff, She is lounging on the chase.
Coco Puff is her full name.
The Pet Photo above shows Tom and Coco taking time to smell the fresh cut flowers I had brought inside.
We have 2 adult cats Coco Puff also nicknamed(puffer,sweak,) and Tom,(nicknamed Tom Bomb, T Bone, Thomas, The Tomanator).
Coco is a female tortoise color (black and gold) long hair and tom is a orange tabby. These cats are indoor cats.
My husband found CoCo under the wheel of a car at a job site. He was leaving to come home and looked down and there she was. She was probably about 2 months old at the time.
CoCo had several health problems at the time due to neglect, but quickly grew into a gorgeous healthy cat. She is very lucky Terry found her. And we are very happy to have her in our lives.
Tom is a cat that I got from a former co worker. I named him Tom in honor of my all time favorite cat from 25 years ago. He is a wonderful cat with lots of personality.
All of our pets are very loving and precious to us. As you can tell we have given all of them several nicknames. They know all of them.
We have a fish aquarium in our office too, so we are surrounded by some type of pet. The aquarium has 12 assorted fish - happy to be there. The cats love to watch the fish.
As you can see in the pet photo below, Tom has a hungry look in his eyes after staring into the fish aquarium!
The next 2 pet photos below shows our latest additions to the family!
We have Twins!
The photo below is another shot of Taz and Tig. They are such a delight. So cuddly and loving. Already purring and using their litter box.
The latest addition to our pets is a set of twins! Recently my husband surprised me with 2 - 5 week old gray long haired kittens. See pet photo above.
Tigger is on top and Taz is on the bottom. Taz has the tiny yellow spot on his face.
At this point their sex is undetermined because they are so tiny.I think Taz is male and Tig is female. It does not matter, we will take care of that later to make sure they can't have kittens.
Talk about adorable oh my! 2 little blue eyed furballs that are so precious. Terry got them from some nice people advertising them on craigslist.
I had been wanting 2 cats for outside for a long time. He got these and brought them home to me as a surprise. I was in tears. I just love him for that! When we build our new garden shed Taz and Tig will have a nice place outside.
The new garden shed is another one of our many outside backyard projects in the works.
Until then I guess they are house cats....humm nothing at our house has ever been a real outside animal. So we will have to see about these too as well.
We have a big fenced in backyard so it is a safe place. But we seem to have an open door policy here for all of our pets.
As I write this Taz and Tig are in a basket in the floor of my office beside of me.
Bronco is checking them out. (He was supposed to be an outside dog too)....we nicknamed him Chance of Rain, so guess where he sleeps at night...
Maybe I should just consider these new additions office cats.
It is amazing, but all of our pets get along with each other great. That is wonderful.
Below are more of our pet photos for you to enjoy.
I encourage you to bring your pets into your workplace when you can. It is relaxing and helps to make the work day seem less like work.
Hang pet photos in your office too. They make great conversation pieces and fond memories.
The pet photo below shows Taz on (her) favorite place in our home office. She is now 6 weeks old and likes to lounge on the dog bed at Terry's feet.