Pets Of China

Shanghai Little White ransomPets in China

Xiao Bai (Little White)

We have had the sheer joy of taking care of possibly the most loving and well-trained puppy we’ve encountered in our lifetimes (including our own darling pets) over the past week.

This was the second time for us with “Little White” — the first time in December 2020.

So much joy was had again, we sent a fake ransom note to his owners before returning.  Today we are doing the same again.  We don’t want her to leave.

Some pets are amazing with often unconditional love, cuddles and joy.

Shanghai Little White Feb 2021 Shanghai Little White Feb 2021

Which reminds me of some unusual pet experiences in China….

Amazing Pets in China

Mostly from our years in Beijing and Shanghai

China is full of adventures and amazing sights, from chinglish to fakes and also pets.  here is a sample…

Walking-Alpaca Walking Alpaca Walking Bird Walking Chinchilla in Beijing Walking Dog Groomed as Lion Walking Dog in Mask Walking Dog in Raincoat Walking penguins in Silk Jackets Walking Pig on Street Walking Pig on Leash Walking Tarantula Walking Turtle on leash Walking Turtle Walking Crabs Walking Bird on leash Walking Iguana

And when you train your pet to walk your pet:

Monkey Walking Dog

And when your lover makes you the pet:

Woman walking Man

And when you are lonely and petless, you can always walk a head of cabbage:

Walking cabbage

Rocky & Gizmo

In memory of our own fabulously loving puppies, Rocky & Gizmo who put up with DJ and I for the first 18 years of our lives together.

Rocky in the New York snow Gizmo on the dining table at Lollygag Rocky in Vancouver bushes Gizmo on the dining table at Lollygag Niece Ashley, Gizmo & Rocky in Washington DC Gizmo in snow in New Rok at Christmas Gizmo and his huge tongue

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