December 31, 2017

   Animal Blogging with Dill the Cat 

Hello! All photography on Animal Blogging with Dill the Cat is the work of S. Mason.

The graphic art we obtain online. We will never forget the first comment on Dill's blog came from a viewer in India. Since then Dill's demographics tell us that our international audience is growing. As viewers from new countries visit Dill, we will
include their country on the list.

Welcome, indeed.
India, Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Latvia, Australia, Malaysia, Ireland, Ukraine, Philippines, Japan, South Korea, France, Venezuela, Poland, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Italy, Thailand, Romania, Colombia, Georgia, Ghana, Morocco, Sweden, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Panama, Pakistan, South Africa, Belgium, Turkey, Spain, China, Brazil, Denmark, New Zealand, Finland, Israel, Lithuania, Vietnam, Belarus, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Argentina,  Mexico, Switzerland, Singapore, Moldova, Mongolia, Bahamas, Norway, Taiwan, Portugal,  Czech Republic, Bangladesh, Luxembourg, Estonia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Serbia, Guyana,  Peru, Bulgaria, Burundi, Iraq, Guernsey, Macau, Austria, Guatemala, Romania,
Saudi Arabia, Fiji, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Greece, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Costa Rica, Angola, Qatar, Ecuador, Honduras, St. Lucia, Puerto Rico, Maldives, Aruba, Chile, Bulgaria, Algeria, Turks & Caicos Islands, El Salvador, Malta, Hungary, Jamaica, Egypt, Mauritius, Aruba, Algeria, Barbados, Nepal, Cambodia,  Cyprus, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Czechia, Cambodia, and United Kingdom, and Macedonia (FYROM), Timor-Leste, Nigeria, Palestine, and Paraguay.

Art.  Music.  Laughter. Many good things in the world connect us.  Animals too, and perhaps especially animals. We want to believe that. To everyone, everywhere, including home, America, welcome and thank you for viewing Animal Blogging With Dill The Cat. 

Peace and health to all.  Animals and dreams never lie.  ^..^     

                    The Essence Of An Animal
A partial picture of an animal that conveys the complete animal is their essence. The majority of these pictures were taken at Denver Zoo. Take a look.

Engage. Enthuse. Educate. Entertain. Explore. 
Hello! Hello!  Hello! So quick it came, the holiday season!  Have you ever considered the giving of one's spirit animal?  We listed a few suggestions for animal gifts that cost very little but reflect a lot of heart. There really are good reasons for not having a natural Christmas tree.  For all of this and more ---just scroll. 
We went to the Denver Botanic Gardens and came across a tree with curls.  Really, curls.  Rain...such a beautiful scent!  But why does rain smell sooooo good?  Can a fish really have lips?  We have an important message regarding Houston Zoo.  Please be sure to check it out.  Lives have been saved. Now its time to restore the quality of them.  
With deep compassion we turn towards France and the crime against humanity in the butchery of Vince, an endangered white rhino.  
Our up close encounter with okapis and a hippopotamus at Denver Zoo was such a profound, beautiful experience we came away with seeing Denver Zoo as another form of an ark. We wrote about that day and hope that you take a moment and read it - Our Best Day Ever At The Zoo--the link is on the top sidebar. It was our best day ever at the zoo but even more than that, humbly it changed our lives for the better. ENJOY!

                               The Universal Language-Music  
                                      Books!  Books!   Books!
If you are considering books about animals for a gift, you may find what you are looking for under Dill’s Book Reviews.  
                               THE PARADE OF LIGHTS
Going to the Parade of Lights has been a family tradition for decades. Of course our favorite parts are the animals.  This year was no exception.  The following are a few photos from the Parade of Lights.          
Butters! is our senior cat who came from a shelter.  He’s grumpy and beautiful.  Butters! is not playful but likes his ears scratched.  He seldom acknowledges his name intentionally written with an exclamation, and though aloof Butters! know he is loved. Our home is nearly 100 years old and have the original radiators.  In the winter, we can find Butters! there 90% of the time, stretched out, warming his old bones.   

                                          RANDOM DAYS
Everywhere I go I take my camera and take pictures where I find them.  My Random Day picture can be found at the bottom of this page. 


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