Nephelococcygia (More)

And now back to the realm of canine nephelococcygia, which we’ve been away from for too long. Many thanks to Judy Osbirn for sending this in. More? Anybody?



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7 Responses to “Nephelococcygia (More)”

  1. Wose-The Small and Meek
    3:05 pm on June 8th, 2023


    Pretty picture!

    RIO! Nasacort was recommended to Grizz several years ago by his allergist. He swears by it.

    Good afternoon to all!

  2. mlaiuppa
    3:05 pm on June 8th, 2023

    I love the flying dogs.

    I have a children’s picture book somewhere about the family’s loss of a dog and in it they children point to the clouds in the sky to say their dog is flying and there is an illustration of canine nephelococcygia.

    Perhaps someone recognizes this as one of their dogs, just taking a moment to keep an eye on them, as all dogs do.

    Happy Upsy Daisy Day!

  3. Mr. Big
    3:34 pm on June 8th, 2023

    Attendant hasn’t let me on the computer in ages. She also hasn’t fixed salmon in ages. I convinced her that my fans miss me. She said, “we’ll see.”

    I think the photo is more cat or lion-like myself. Why must it always be dogs?

    Guests are arriving this weekend and attendant says I must give up the big bed. I said, “we’ll see.”

    BBL I hope

  4. Wose-The Small and Meek
    4:27 pm on June 8th, 2023

    Mr. Big: I have been wondering about you and Attendant…

  5. Mr. Big
    7:59 pm on June 8th, 2023

    Attendant fixed a tuna sandwich and gave me the juice and some tuna. It is far from being salmon (my favorite) but it is a step in the right direction.

  6. BigTiny’s Mom
    11:16 pm on June 8th, 2023

    Mr Big!!! Glad your attendant got home from her travels safe and sound. Salmon is surely in your near future.

  7. Alice M. Johnson
    10:41 am on June 9th, 2023

    Mr Big,
    I am glad to hear you received some tuna juice. Staff’s 8 year old rescue, AKA Henry, LOVES tuna juice. His sister Keiko does not. So Henry gets it all! He is a lucky cat.

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