Domino has definitely been staying very close to home and of the 3-Ds she's the one who spends the least time out-of-doors. She likes her nice, warm comfy house.
However, she will venture out down the steps to the corner of the garage for a good old sniff -- and continues to peruse the grassy plant for traces of rodent.
Finally, though Domino would just rather settle in on the porch chair, where her tootsies will stay warm, and where she can keep an eye on the neighbourhood from a distance, all at the same time.
Of course, there are the "odd" disturbances. Luckily this one is headed away from her rather than trying to ride her as he normally does. Milo do you have any hints about how to keep a pesky brother at bay?
When Dante comes along, no alarm bells go off because they have a very copacetic relationship. Dante respects Domino and she keeps him in line.
Domino asked me to take some close-ups of her to send to Milo. She looks especially pretty perched in the porch chair because she matches the cushion, with its black, white and pink and green accents.
Oops! I caught her sprucing up a little before the next pose.
She's trying to give you hints, here, Milo! You can have her paw if you want it.
Time for one more classic pose. This would make a great engagement picture, don't you think?
Finally, Domino stares off into the distance, her green eyes lit with anticipation. You never know when Milo will appear on her doorstep. Better keep those eyes peeled!
To all her fellow tuxies out there, Domino wishes you a Terrific Tuxy Tuesday! And this means, you too, dear Milo!