Candid portrait by window of Mama Tad with bounce and fill light; she was a local neighborhhod rescue, close to dying but got well with tlc, that unknown already had a litter outside,our dogs found one that we saved and kept. Stupidly we thought we just won,t let her out so no need need to spay her. WRONG! After recovering and completing nursing (with help of vetinary pablum) of the one little one we found, she got out once more. About two days later she returned; 9 weeks later under the dining room table she bore all 4 of our grandbabies; sleepy, slipper, bean, and Grey, Yep, we got them all. After ignoring our psych. results and sensible suggestions of getting them homes; which I had lined up by the way; she was spayed and still ours along with all the little ones; our ganbabies as we call them. Oh yea, we also have the Bobcat who you have a shot of with Birch (our best and Tad,s best dog friend. You also have a shot of the Bean; one of the ganbabies. OK, we're certifiable.