We're grateful to have these pictures of her.
Amie did not feel well this day and did not want her picture taken.
You can see the fur is rubbed from her eyes.
We were camping on the coast of Lake
Michigan the summer of 1997 and "Amie no like" getting her picture taken.
Look how her back is hunched and her tail is down.
Amie's favorite toy is her racquet ball. She often keeps it close to her. Sometimes Amie lies right there and crosses her paws. Right before this picture was taken, she was relaxing with her paws crossed, but she became alerted when she saw the camera. She's saying, "You're bothering me again?".
Amie, at 1 year old, needs a haircut. She often carries her ball around.
She will stare at us with the ball in her mouth and then drop it at our
feet. If we don't throw the ball, she will jump on us with her front paws
and look at the ball, then look at us. If we still don't throw the ball,
she will scoot it over to our feet, asking us to kick it.
More than her ball, Amie LOVES to look for the wild kitties that were born in the wood pile. It's a good thing she is on her leash!
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