Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: “J” is for Jack Russell Terrier


 

 

Zoe

Submitted to Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: http://leonnyes.wordpress.com/

If life is boring
get a Jack Russell–
full of surprises.

Meet mine: here’s Zoe,
head on my laptop.
Whoops! She hit delete…

We rescued Zoe in March ’09. She had been left behind when her owners moved. She is completely deaf. And yes, she always needs to be right with us and has managed to erase documents, hit “CAPS” on the keyboard…you get the idea. A week later we rescued Sparky. They’re great buddies and work together to make us crazy and keep us young and happy.

Sparky and Zoe

“J” is for Jack Russell Terrier 

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8 thoughts on “Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: “J” is for Jack Russell Terrier

  1. Rumya says:

    Awww!! I love dogs!! Zoe and Sparky are really really cute and adorable!! 😀 Woof Woof to them both!! 😉

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  2. both doggies looking cute, Victoria..

    esp, Sparky 😀

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  3. trisha says:

    or a kitten. my kittens love my keyboard 🙂

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  4. I’m absolutely in love. Great names. And how kind of you to adopt a disabled pup. Kudos!

    Thanks for posting the pix for us all to enjoy.

    You Z to A is a delight.

    Happy Friday, Victoria!

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  5. Nanka says:

    Loved zoe and sparky!! Zoe must be a smarty too with hearing abilities not being there , other faculties must have well developed 🙂

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  6. lol. I’m glad you clarified who’s the assistant. Yeah, Zoe responds to vibrations, too. Now you need to post a photo of your cat-boss.

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  7. souldipper says:

    Love hearing about animals being ‘rescued’.
    A roommate and I once had an albino cat – totally deaf. When we came home we had to pound the floor with our feet to create vibrations. Otherwise, if we touched her we’d awaken her with such a start that she would almost have cardiac arrest.

    I have an assistant – a cat who holds down keys long enough to provide me with very scary messages. 🙂

    Erratum: I’m his assistant.

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