Could you please turn the picture around. I'm not young enough to stand on my head to look at your quilting companion. I'm almost sure that it's a kitty and not a Boston terrier?
Paisley is a beautiful cat :-)
Karla, your pooches are too cute and too big. LOL
Paisley is lovely and she is very fortunate to have a quilter to take care of her!
My Squeaky was a half-starved stray when I first saw her. If she saw you look at her she would run away. It took a while before she would come close to get some food. In the beginning she would open her mouth and no sound would come out at all. She looked like she was meowing, but it was silent. After I had been feeding her for a while she was able to make squeaking meows, thus her name. She has come a long way in her 13 years with me. She is now an inside cat and has the run of the place. I have a cat door that allows her to get into my screened porch where she catches the occasional lizard. She weighs 6.5# and IMHO is a beauty. She like to sleep on a quilt when I am trying to quilt it. That makes it a little difficult to move, LOL. We quilters do love our furbabies!