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Category Archives: Wild and tame animal stories
SAY HELLO TO EMMA: THE SUPER CHICKEN. Look at that sweet face and strong presence. What’s not to love? Before I write this story an apology is due to all of the great bloggers, family, and friends who were loyal … Continue reading
WILD OSCEOLA TURKEY An original colored pencil drawing on linen board by June Pauline Zent Sorry folks to be a day late wishing my blogging community a very happy Thanksgiving Day but I was deep into cooking in the … Continue reading
FRED THE HAMSTER IN HAND An original soft pastel painting on linen board by June Pauline Zent 24×30 inches. He looks like he is praying, right? Not so at all he was just waiting for my daughter Holly to open … Continue reading
SCAREDY CAT IN HAND An original pastel painting on linen board 24×30 inches by June Pauline Zent posted here especially for Russel Ray Photos, Zoey the Cool Cat and everyone else who loves animals This little kitten was … Continue reading
Crocheted Corky by June Pauline Zent for my granddaughter also named Courtney This is the last blog of Corky’s story. To read the whole story start with Adventures of Corky the Coon under the catagory of Wild and Tame … Continue reading
PHOTO OF COURTNEY PLAYING WITH CORKY We all felt really sorry about Corky’s banishment to the garage. He had given the whole family many hours of laughter, tears, and unique memories. But he was nearly grown now with his wildness beginning to dominate and motivate his … Continue reading
Courtney tickling Corky photo When your baby starts walking then running around the house getting into everything you cannot watch every minute. A play pin becomes a necessary option at least for short periods of time. Raccoons have all of … Continue reading
Pencil drawing by June Pauline Zent This is the second installment of the true story of Corky the coon We thought Corky wanted to join other family members in addition to yearning to explore adventures outside the bedroom door. I … Continue reading