Downtown Pets

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Downtown Pets: Groucho at Four Seasons Florist

You have seen her peacefully sleeping in the window displays. She is friendly and soft and adorable. Groucho has been living at Four Seasons Florist her whole life, over 16 years. She loves interacting with the customers and she will follow you hoping you’d pet her. I did.  

Dog Park in Washington? Yes, Yes, Yes!

Two weeks ago I asked you what to blog about, and you suggested the Dog Park! A dog park in Washington? Really? Where? I know that’s what you are thinking, so here is the scoop from Julia West, a member of the Washington MO Dog Park Group. Is there a Dog Park in Washington?  The … Continue reading »

Downtown Pets: Toni and Rhett

After the Fair Parade on Sunday, I stumbled upon Toni Cavin, owner of Toni’s Home Decor and Toni’s Underground, and her new best friend: Rhett! He is simply adorable – here is his story!

Downtown Pets: Brown-eyed Kiwi

Want to see your pet featured on the blog? E-mail a photo and a short description to slavabowman@yahoo.com.

Tiggy: From Baby To Mommy In Nine Months

This week I have a reason to feature our own adorable pet on the blog… “Cats are magical. . .the more you pet them the longer you both live.” “By associating with the cat one only risks becoming richer.”

Inde From B&J Printing

Every time I go to B&J printing, I get greeted by this cute face!  

Tanner From Iron Horse Trains

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” Roger Caras

Downtown Pets: Smokey From East Main Antiques

Downtown Pets: Bella Bella

Go see the adorable Bella and while you are there, check out the wonderful spring flowers at Four Seasons Florist!

Introducing “Downtown Pets”: Charlie on Front Street

I am a cat person, but I love to see people walking their dogs downtown. It’s a great way to get a breath of fresh air, a little bit of exercise, and enjoy the history of Washington! In the new section of the blog, “Downtown Pets”, I will post photos of pets who reside or … Continue reading »