Knitting With Pets - It's A Lifestyle

Knitting With Pets - It's A Lifestyle

Pavlov
Pavlov
Pavlov

One Thing You Need To Know About Me: I Love Knitting, And I Love Animals

Okay, so you need to know two things...

My days are spent knitting away, spending time with my animals, and making sure those same animals don't chew on my knitting needles. It's a fulltime job. Especially because I don't have hutches or pens for the animals. Everyone is house-trained and just walks around the place, being their cute little selves.

I grew up always having animals around, and since I learned to knit at age 10, that addiction has just grown with age too. I just can't imagine my life without knitting or without animals.

Dapper Pavlov

Big personality, big heart, big dog (°7/3/'15)

F.A.Q.:

What dog breed is he? 

He's everything and nothing. I adopted him from a shelter as a pup; his mother was a street dog in Spain, and of course the father is unknown. My vet told my about this organisation, S.H.I.N. - ACE. They rescue street dogs in Spain from kill shelters, and place them in caring homes all over Europe.  Pavlov's mother was one of those dogs, and when she was rescued, she was pregnant with Pavlov and his brothers and sisters. Happy ending: the entire litter and his mother got adopted and are thriving.

Is He A Good Boi? A Shelter Dog, Are You Sure He's Safe?


He can be the best doggo, if he wants to be. He has a strong personality, and a bit of a stubborn  streak, but a big heart.

 

Is he safe? He's safe enough to have rabbits roam freely around the house, without him chasing or harming them in any way. So I would say he's pretty safe.

Does he love modeling for you?

Nope. At the most, he tolerates it. But he gets paid for his work in treats, and he loves those! 

Bluebell - A Brave Lil' Lady

°unknown - 7/1/'19

I found this little bunny on the street one dark winter evening when I was walking home from work. Was she lost? Was she abandoned? I'll never know. I made efforts to find her previous home, but when no one stepped forward, she became one of the (fluffy) family.

Fun fact: this was not the first time I've unexpectedly come home with a rabbit in my arms. And hopefully not the last time.

After a couple of rocky months, she and Freud were couple goals. Always together, and always sweet to each other.

She was the bravest and sweetest bunny to ever have hopped. She was to first to check out a new room or space, and the first to greet me in the morning. She got along marvelously with Pavlov, a dog 1000x her size.

After a couple of rocky months, she and Freud were couple goals. Always together, and always sweet to each other.

She was the bravest and sweetest bunny to ever have hopped. She was to first to check out a new room or space, and the first to greet me in the morning. She got along marvelously with Pavlov, a dog 1000x her size.

Diva Freud

Long ears, big attitude (05/'15 - ...)

Not the cuddliest or sweetest of bunnies, and he'll let you know when he's not pleased, usually around 3 a.m.. But he's stunning to look at, and he was ever so kind to Bluebell.

Although I love snapping pictures of those long ears and mane, this little bunny camera shy. Who would have thought it: a diva, shunning the camera!?

His rap sheet: a food thief, and the biggest knitting needle nibbler culprit of them all!

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