What started as a simple staff email quickly turned into a pet show of epic proportions. The one up-manship and pageantry carried on long after everyone went home for the night, and what was left was something extraordinary. KCRW staffers were happy to share their littlest family members with all. This was the result:
Here’s a pic of KCRW Promotions guy Tyler Hale’s hound, Desmond, with a bolo tie on in Joshua Tree.
ATC Producer Avishay Artsy’s Cat Waffle
This is development campaign gal Danielle Lesner’s pup, Pablo.
Tricks he knows include:
Sit Shake and Burrow under covers
Arts Partnership lady Nasim Thompson and Penelope
Local Announcer Tre Giles’ confident pup Boo Radley
Rhythm Planet DJ Tom Schnabel’s Colette
MBE Producer Collin Walzak’s Riley the 3 yr old Bernese Mtn Dog
Good Food Host Evan Kleiman’s Paco. A real sweet dude.
Louie is Paco’s nemesis – both are fond of Evan
Reporter Sabina Miller’s Cinder “Yes, I’m wearing cat socks :)”
“Sorry for one-upping all your pet photos…but my bulldog King Ramses reigns supreme.” – Jaime Cass in Accounting
To quote Sassy, from Homeward Bound: the Incredible Journey, “Cats rule and dogs drool”… -Sonny (Brandon DeVine the Fringe Benefits Coordinator’s cat)
This is Lucy, Jason Groman the utility guy’s little pup
Communications Chief Connie Alvarez’s Gringa
WWLA/TTP Producer Benjamin Gottlieb and Archibald
The pup that started it all – Jackson Brown. He’s only 4 months old, can you believe it? And less importantly, Danny Sway director of volunteer services.
Music Librarian Eric J Lawrence’s cat Daphne is not impressed…
Holly Pepper from Underwriting’s Andre and Romeo
Nobody wanted to be left out! Here are some submissions from staff members after this post went live:
Caitlin Borzi in Development’s irie pups Tosh and Marley
Charlie Parker is comfortable lounging while DJ Valida is comfortable DJ’ing the lounge
Kim Masters of The Business enjoys the finer things in life with Biscuit
Trusty engineer Chuck P is proud to show his photo skills as well as his lovely cat Piper.
And last but not least, the newborn Twinkle belonging to Design and Architecture host Frances Anderton
Do people really look like their pets?
You be the judge.