Yukon likes to roll back and forth on his back and meow to get my attention. His meow is more like a sqeak and this picture depicts that pretty well. If I go over to him, he gets right up and starts rubbing his face on my legs.
I love the seam down his tummy.
I just know I'm going to find a zipper in there ;)
Here he is in action on another occasion. He's also being real silly too.
We have our Paws Crossed for Spring! Happy Valentines Day!
Won't you show your Crossed Paws for Spring?
Find a picture of you or a sibling with your paws crossed and post it to help fight the February Winter blues! Don't worry if you don't have one, it's just for fun.
P.S. If you are looking for Friday Night Fights, the season Championship was last Friday. Check out who won by clicking here. You can also travel to the very bottom of our blog and click on the label for Friday Night Fights and get your fill from past fights until the new season begins. I'd still love to read comments on them so don't be shy!
These two guys have won a bunch of battles to get to where they are now!
Tonight’s the night to see who will be the Friday Night Fights' Champion.
They begin their match with the traditional mutual grooming. Both lying on the mat.
This ends quickly, revealing The Zen Master’s intensity.
Puff is immediately locked into place by The Zen Master’s yogic energy and massive bulk.
A bitey is hardly necessary TZM! But at least Puff has been awakened by pain and forced into action.
Look at the intensity of that hold! Puff’s half hearted bunny kick will get him no where!
That’s it! Puff is up and walking off the mat.
He’s all done!
All The Zen Master can do is watch Puff walk away.
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And there you have it folks! The Champion of Friday Night Fights!
The Zen Master!
Talking to Co9T reporters later in the locker room, The Zen Master said that speed and patience were the keys to winning each match and ultimately the Championship.
He said his training involved long meditations along with massive daily doses of kibble.
When Co9T reporters asked Puff what happened, he said he zoned out, feeling One with the Universe and an inner sense of peace. When he came to, he said he remembers thinking, I don’t want to fight anymore, and so he got up and walked away.
Puff said he now plans to take the spring and summer off and look into going to a Retreat.
The Zen Master also said now that the fighting season is over, he plans to spend time with his girl before beginning the rigorous training schedule all over again.
And that is our season of Friday Night Fights!
We wish to thank everyone for making this possible, the fighters, the staff including DP who shared photography duties, our sponsors and especially you, our loyal fans!
We hope you’ll all be back for the next season of Friday Night Fights!