Today just Paris pets
It's true there are a lot of cats and dogs in this city but you'd be remiss if you didn't consider all the farm animals running around all over the place.
And many of them are unleashed! Shouldn't there be a law?
I guess it's OK if they hang out in shop windows eating their dinner...
You'll find quite a few at the musee des Arts Decoratifs. Something you won't ever find at the NY Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design.
It's awfully kind of fromagiers to alert you to the goat cheeses with a miniature goat/chevre don't you think? You can count on finding goats, chickens and cows present at almost every marche.
Here's a good way to remember that a goose is NOT a duck, something I have a lot of trouble with...
I do know these are ducks, seen at the musee again...
How many swank soirees have you been to of late where you get to play with bath ducks? Not many I bet. But go to Fauchon and be ready play.
We're back to the goose again announcing a gourmet festival in Paris. Is it just me that's seeing animals everywhere?
At a French friend's house for lunch, bunnies are pouring champagne! What is one to think..?
Bergdorf''s windows may be full of monkeys and ostriches but you'll never catch them on the inside like at fancy-shmancy Printemps.
Paris pets have a place at the table, in cafes and restaurants, but they do have nice manners. That much can be said for them.
They're trained to know when their Metro stop is coming up as well. I think I came to Paris for the animals...