Don't hurry through Hondo. Slow down and enjoy the roadside scenery. After all, this is a community whose welcome sign for decades has greeted visitors with these words: "Welcome. This is God's Country. Please Don't Drive Through It Like Hell." 
Two dogs and one cat: Are you getting the impression that this might not be a residential mailbox? The only way to find out is to do some field research on Dogs and Cats in the town of Bear in the Blue Hen state. Oh, my! 
Mailbox animals are pack animals. Where you find one, you expect to find more. Sometimes, it is the result of neighbors competing with each other to see whose property can attract the most attention. 
Is that Blue Dog or just a blue dog? It's the latter, but maybe inspired by the famous line of paintings by George Rodrique. His Blue Dog was inspired by Cajun folk culture and expanded to international popularity from his home in New Orleans. 
Hazard alert! If you are delivering mail to this address in Maine (Oh! Sorry, Virginia), you will have to learn to avoid the crusher and the pincher: Lobster claws they are, and they're poised to strike. 
The Gulf of Mexico is famous for it blue marlins, but they are deep-water fish who usually avoid the coast. This one, however, got tired a being a conformist and decided to stand up for his right to be different.