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Catalina
28th December 2007, 11:16 PM
Hello everyone!!!

I'm new here. I'm from Germany.
Sorry, my English is not the best, but i will lern it.
I have 3 Dogs and 2 Cats. All of them are rescue pets.


Baggy....

... my first own dog .... 8 years old.

http://images.candesa.de/data/media/44/DSCF1754.jpg


Tiger ....

..... my first own cat .... 6 years old.
http://images.candesa.de/data/media/42/DSCF1218.jpg


Mini ....

.... my secound cat ..... 4 years old.

http://images.candesa.de/data/media/42/DSCF1269.jpg


Picco ....

... my male dog, the fourth pet in the crew ... 2 years old.

http://images.candesa.de/data/media/44/DSCF1753.jpg


and at the end, Josy

.... the only pedigreed dog .... 4 years old.

http://images.candesa.de/data/media/44/DSCF1752.jpg


Since about 10 years i use german dog forums. Now i will also use english dog forums to upgrade my english an my knowledge about dogs.

I hope you will help me

Best Wishes

Cata

lady and amber
28th December 2007, 11:32 PM
Hi and welcome,
what a nice family of pets you have.
Lynne

Karlin
28th December 2007, 11:33 PM
Welcome and willkommen! What stunning cats, and handsome dogs. You take lovely photos so I know many of us will look forward to more of those in our photo galleries. :)

ice-cavi
28th December 2007, 11:40 PM
icon_welcomefrom Iceland.
Lovely pets you have :)

Cathy T
29th December 2007, 01:10 AM
Welcome Cata! You have some beautiful animals....very nice pictures. Josy is adorable!!:luv:

Lani
29th December 2007, 03:03 AM
Welcome Cata!

Your pets are beautiful and your English is already very good! :-)

Charleen
29th December 2007, 03:24 AM
All your cats and dogs are beautiful. Welcome to the board. icon_welcome

Nicki
29th December 2007, 10:27 AM
Welcome to the board - I know that not many here would be able to understand a German forum so think you are very brave and doing very well to post - well done.

Your photos are fabulous - it's lovely to see all your family, and especially Josy, she is a darling.

We hope you enjoy finding your way around here, and please feel free to ask if you need any help.

merlinsmum
29th December 2007, 10:49 AM
icon_welcome to the board - you have some lovely pets :)

Catalina
29th December 2007, 12:57 PM
Thanks for your nice welcome!

Yeah, Josy the little princess. She know that she look like very adorable. She think I'm not her mummy but I'm her attendant :D

She lived in a puppy farm in hungary to have many puppies. Once Day after a date with a male dog she don't have puppies. So she was valueless for the owner and so she should go to a lab.
But she was rescued from animal protectionist and go to a foster family.

She is undersized for a cav (only 28 cm and 6,5 kg). She lost the half of her wag. Her face is wry because probably the owner had she hit.

But she is very lovely!!

http://www.candesa.de/images/gallery/_mg_9293.jpg
Copyright by Ramona Richter www.tierfotoagentur.de

Maxwell&me
29th December 2007, 02:32 PM
What great photos! She is a lovely little girl- When you say she lost half of her wag Im thinking her tail?


( People just make me sick what they do in those farms)

Thank You for having such a kind heart and giving your beautiful cats and dogs a chance at a happy life~

Catalina
29th December 2007, 02:42 PM
oooh? the right word ist "tail"?? thanks!

Yes, i mean the long thing on the backside of dogs. :D

Charleen
29th December 2007, 07:00 PM
I love it that Catalina wrote
she lost half of her wag instead of tail. It was much more colorful language and I hadn't heard it described that way before. It took me a few seconds to understand, but when I did, I loved it. :luv:

Catalina
29th December 2007, 07:43 PM
icon_blshing icon_blshing

It's a little bit difficult, when you don't know the spezific words.

In german we tells "Rute" (switch) in breed description - in slang we tells "Schwanz" (tail). But "Schwanz" can also bee dick in a vulgary way.

So, now i sit in front of a dictionary and I ponder which word is correct in English :confused:

And so I decide my for an another word icon_blshing

Catalina
29th December 2007, 08:40 PM
Here you can see the half tail

http://home.arcor.de/dachboden/2007/12/DSCF2987.jpg

http://home.arcor.de/dachboden/2007/12/DSCF2992.jpg

http://home.arcor.de/dachboden/2007/12/DSCF2522.jpg

Charleen
29th December 2007, 09:53 PM
Your dogs look very happy.