About

konaandmebw

My “about” page is a never-ending evolution.

Tails by the Sea began as a dog-blog in 2014. It has since evolved into a space where I write about and display my creative endeavors, expanding beyond my dog to include two cats and lots of photography. My photos often are the inspiration for what I am going to write about.

I have one dog and two tabby cats. Kona, an Australian Shepherd mix, was adopted from a rescue group based out of San Diego, California, called Second Chance Dog Rescue. I was told that this gorgeous boy was pulled out of a high-kill shelter the day he was scheduled to be euthanized. He’s a huge part of my life, and my companion on many photo shoots.

Pumpkin and Scout, also known as double-trouble, are two cats I “surprised” my husband with one day by bringing them home in a cardboard box when they were about five weeks old. Who can resist two kittens in a box?

For some odd reason, I held the belief that cats were easier than dogs…

To sum it up, dogs, cats, and photography are what make me happy. I’m in the process of making a career shift from graphic design to photography, and will be posting plenty of photos along the way. Feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think, or just say hi.

~ Lori

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      • Hellloooo there, I’m super excited that you called on by to visit, Neurotic Cat said to say Hi, she’s the same colour as me, but oh so much smaller and I have to be careful around her as I’m just a little clumsy LOL

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  1. Hi Kona,
    Thank you for visiting my blog. It looks like you have a lot more sunshine where you live than we currently do in New York. I hope you are okay living with that cat. Frankly, I don’t know you put up with them.
    Sincerely,
    Albert the Dog

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  3. Hey, K. I was also rescued from a kill-shelter. Now I am a certified therapy dog! I work at the VA Home and the public library. I love kids I think they smell delicious. Like gum. And dirt…

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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    • Hi Cupcake! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Being a therapy dog sounds like a wonderful job. It takes a very patient and calm pup to be around little humans. I’m a little scared of the creatures to be honest. Woof! MBH

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  4. Hi!
    Thank you for starting to follow our blog. We, my husband, me and Kosmo, our cat, are also animal enthusiasts and our hobby is photography. Plant-based cooking is very familiar to us, we are able to find our food without killing animals.
    Really nice to meet you!

    Kosmo and his parents
    from faraway Finland.

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    • That’s awesome, Kosmo! So much in common at the other side of the world! I’ve never been to Finland, but mom’s always had a fascination with that part of the world. We’re both looking forward to more of you beautiful photos of your country! Woofs and wags ~ Kona

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  5. Hi Kona … all the pups at fiesta-siesta.net are so happy you liked our last post. We enjoyed seeing what was up in your world. We are mighty glad your people got you into their life in time. Keep an eye on those cats — they can be mighty tricky if they are anything like the ones that lurk around here! Daisy and Katie

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    • Hey Daisy and Katie! So glad you stopped by and read about me and my family. Mom says that I rescued her, but I think it goes both ways for sure. My kitty brothers can be little stinkers and also kind of fun 🙂 ~ wags and woofs, Kona

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