Mickey and Minnie Mouse - “The Birthday Party” (1931)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse - “The Birthday Party” (1931)


"Never Weaken" (1921)

"Never Weaken" (1921)


Daisy and Donald Duck fall in upside down love in "Donald’s Diary" (1954) - Walt Disney

Daisy and Donald Duck fall in upside down love in "Donald’s Diary" (1954) - Walt Disney


Donald Duck dreams of proposing to Daisy in “Donalds’ Diary” (1954)

Donald Duck dreams of proposing to Daisy in “Donalds’ Diary” (1954)


“Safety Last”  (1923)

“Safety Last”  (1923)


Mickey Mouse can’t wait to see Minnie at “The Barn Dance” (1929) - Walt Disney

Mickey Mouse can’t wait to see Minnie at “The Barn Dance” (1929) - Walt Disney

Today I spent part of the day with these two sweethearts, and other lovely animals.  I’ve been knitting blankets, making fleece beds and toys for my local no-kill shelter for a few months, and I loooooove it. Anyway, these are my two favorites, McCoy the cat and Bianca the bunny, and I love visiting them.  Bianca always hops over to me to get cheek scritches, and McCoy gives kitty kisses.  And, look at his cool eyeliner markings!  I get to see the things I’ve made making animals happier and I want to devote even more time to this project.  Sooo, I will be still be around, but if I am off of here, you’ll know it’s for a good reason.  The two nerdy boy volunteers who were there today spent the entire time on their iphones, playing video games and being robot-like instead of actually talking to me, or interacting in any sort of social way, not that I was there for that, but seriously, we’ve turned into a nation of walking zombies - so saddening. But, hanging out with the animals is thee best - and, no iphones with them so big ups to the animal kingdom, as usual!.

Mickey Mouse keeps Minnie Mouse close to him in “The Mail Pilot” (1933)

Mickey Mouse keeps Minnie Mouse close to him in “The Mail Pilot” (1933)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “O Sole Minnie” (2014)


Girl Shy - (1924)

Girl Shy - (1924)


Tom is a smitten kitten in “Springtime For Thomas” (1946)

Tom is a smitten kitten in “Springtime For Thomas” (1946)


"Battling Butler" (1926) - Buster Keaton

"Battling Butler" (1926) - Buster Keaton


"Move On" (1917)

"Move On" (1917)

Olive Oyl and Popeye in Parlez Vous Woo (1956) - Izzy Sparber

Tom and Jerry in Love Me Love My Mouse (1966) - by Chuck Jones