an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
Well I certainly hope so for the pets that it's not all about the money!!! A sensitive vet talks to the patient before the owner I've noticed.This one looks very much in tune with his patients needs ---- a lovely image.Thank you Louciao.
What is a woman known by?
Is that a duck bill platapus I see -- must be an Australian vet.Shirl
Forest Dream,Excellent point about how to differentiate a good vet from a not-so-good one. It often seems, with the crazy and questionable procedures and precautions they come up with for one's pets, that it is all about the money.
DCW,The company she doesn't keep!
Anonymous Shirl,Either that or the vet put the family's pet goose on steroids.
I bet he's the kind of vet who's not yet met a pet that hasn't set a net able to capture his heart.
I also generally prefer pets to their owners... is that sad?
Sharmon,Haha! No, it's not sad, it's honest!
How Charming! The "patients" are so cute and the vet looks so genuinely please with their company. I get such a kick out of when people's pets reflect some of the funnier aspects of their owners' personalities.
Sweet - love the bird!
Stickup,Oh dear...what does my anti-social cat say about me?! I'd love to get a gander (pun intended) of the owner of the bird that's snuggled up against Dr. Euclid.
Tatty,Did you notice that none of the pets are wearing diapers? I'm just sayin'.
Well, my orange tabby is a good reference for me, but what about the German shepherd?!:)
Margaret,I heard on the radio today something about people who prefer cats to be more creative and those who like dogs best to be more rational...so I guess you've got all bases covered. Though maybe you need a bird for a bit of flightiness?