Do you love dogs? Yes, you do. How about a cat? If not, focus on the dogs. Nearly every person on our staff has at least one pet and it’s time they had the spotlight for a change. Besides, we all know that behind every hourly employee is a pet whose affection is the sustenance someone barely above the poverty line demands. Really though, we as humans need an outlet for our monthly baby-talk quota, but who wants all that work?
Anyhow, here’s the Bookbar pet armada in all it’s glory!
Harlowe Pistachio Mazza is the fluffiest thing you’ll ever see. She’s a firm believer in stranger danger, she loves her squeaky orange ball, new toys, walks, and isn’t sure how she feels about water. Harlowe loves to sit on heads, is pretty clumsy and often falls off the bed. She’s just over a year old.
Sharky does not like noise, movement, or human life until she realizes that it can occasionally supply a delightful butt rub. Among other things she enjoys finding kibble, sitting on friends, walks around sloan’s lake, and providing aggressive wake up and intruder alarms. She’s a ham.
Moose works hard and plays even harder. He’s always on the lookout for hot singles. Sometimes, gets a little humpy. His preferred sleep spot is under the bed, with just his butt poking out.
The first line of Nancy’s biography must state her abiding love for chicken above all things. Nancy Drew Sinatra Regan Boyce is all kinds of dogs and animal spirits wrapped into one lumpy boo. When not barking at the squirrels of Colorado, she enjoys sunshine, laps and more chicken.
Melvin is a huge dandy. He loves to make eye contact and put his mouth on your arm.
Cullen, a West Highland West Terrier, was born into the life of retirement! Born on Halloween, Culley is named after the Cullen family of vampires in Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Series. He will be 2 years old next month. He loves long rides in the car with top down, a good bone to munch on, and a cozy lap to sleep on.