Meet my fur kids.

Once you hit a certain age and have been in a relationship with the same person for years, all you hear is one question. When are you guys having kids? I mean, they aren’t something I birthed but, I do have 3 children.

My first child, Mylee, I have known for half of my life. She’s my mama kitty. When I was 13 years old my mom got her from the vet because someone left her there. She has gone with me threw all my biggest moments and I don’t know what I’d do without her. She has a very strong drool game. Especially when my fiancé pets her. 😂

Our middle child is Kapua’a. She has got to be the most stubborn dog I have ever met in my entire life. She is my fiancé’s dog and I met her a few months into our relationship. He was super proud to share with me the fact they she was born on my birthday. She’s soooo jealous that Michael doesn’t only devote all his attention to her now. At the end of the day, I love her to bits.

Last, but certainly not least, we have Ellie. We got her almost a year and a half ago. She is actually Kapua’a’s half sister. (They have the same mom.). She is half Boston terrier and half French bulldog. Opposite of Kapua’a she is the most loving and dorky dog. Our first dog together and man, puppies are no joke! I can only imagine when we do finally have human babies how much work they really are.

To top it all off, I can’t go without mentioning my angel. My heart still aches every time I think of her. Cali was pretty much my whole world. I got her when I first moved out on my own and she was basically my shadow. Saying goodbye to her was one of the hardest moments I had ever gone through in my entire life. I will never go a day without wishing she was still here.

Pets are more than just animals. They become your family and nothing should ever change that.

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