Efurrything seems brighter in the autumn sun. Colours sparkle and pop. Blacks and whites are more crisp. So, Domino with her tuxy coat and dazzling emerald eyes is even more amazing in the Fall (if that's pawsible).
|Domino embarks on a tour of the leaf-laden driveway.
|Step carefully! You don't want to squash the leaves.
|Domino looks to the right.
|And she looks to the left. Leaves are here, there and efurrywhere!
|Domino's on deck, looking lovingly at Mama. She's a Mama's girl (but Milo's first).
|She's a little wistful, though, 'cause the plants are dying. That's one thing about Fall that isn't so great.
|Here's Domino back in her favourite PURRch on the front porch. You can see more leaves through the armhole of the chair.
|And, as if to make a statement, there is a single leaf by Domino's front paw.
Domino's black and white is brilliant in the autumn sunlight.
|And her eyes are luminous shades of bright green.
Now that you've witnessed Domino's autumnal glow, have you fallen for her, too?