Susan C. Willett

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Haiku by Dog: Hole

Haiku by Dog: Hole

a dirty nose can’t / diminish the joy of a / hole superbly dug

Halley and the cats: A successful adoption made possible through training, positive reinforcement, and patience

Halley and the cats: A successful adoption made possible through training, positive reinforcement, and patience

How I helped my Halley go from screaming puppy to respectful citizen in a house full of cats.

Winning Awards. Getting Published. And yet…

Winning Awards. Getting Published. And yet…

Something… or someone is missing

I Didn’t Expect Baby Nazgûl: Our first month with a new puppy

I Didn’t Expect Baby Nazgûl: Our first month with a new puppy

Halley’s first month

Three, Again

Three, Again

Two’s company, three’s a joy.

Remembering Tucker

Remembering Tucker

All I have left are memories

Tucker is Gone

Tucker is Gone

He left a Tucker-shaped hole in my life.

I Don’t Always Play With Toys #MostInterestingCatInTheWorld

I Don’t Always Play With Toys #MostInterestingCatInTheWorld

But when I do, I will not share.

Haiku by Cat: Pondering

Haiku by Cat: Pondering

when pondering life’s
questions, it always helps to
try new purr-spectives

Text from Dog: He ain’t heavy. He’s my brother

Text from Dog: He ain’t heavy. He’s my brother

Brotherly love.