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That second martini

That second martini

Ever since his bone digging championship days in high school,  Morris had considered himself  socially popular.  He’d earned a Masters at Harvard in cat psychology, landed a job in a research lab where he was paid very well to study the tendency of cats to suddenly run away from home.  Morris had always been the [...]

The Thinking Dog

The Thinking Dog

Forrest had always enjoyed thinking.  He thought about why things break, how steel is made, the lifestyle of ants and bees, why families were often so difficult, and how stupid he’d been when he lost his tail during the war.  If his lost tail crossed his mind, he had a hard time getting it out [...]

A Turning Point

A Turning Point

Augusta was bored.  Recently she realized she’d  mainly been seeking satisfaction  vicariously.   For several years she had always been eager to try a new dog park, a new kennel, new breed, new species to bark with, roll around on the ground with, lie around in the grass with.  Lately she’d even befriended an intriguing pack [...]

Enid’s Dilemma

Enid’s Dilemma

Usually Enid and Fred got along like a house on fire.   But recently Enid had read that  hard winter weather tended to give dogs a strange new energy that  manifested itself in destructive behavior.   High on the list of destructive behaviors, the article said,  was chasing the cat.   When she noticed  a curious sinister  glow  [...]

Cat Chasing

Cat Chasing

I  don’t have a picture of her chasing the cat.  We were in Jamaica, VT and had stopped at an inn where my husband was building a timber frame garage.  Both dogs were in the car, and when we go out we left the back seat windows down almost half way.  A cat came out [...]

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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