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He may not be with me much longer, sadly.
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Mojito, a Havanese we rescued.








Hammies.







-Ed
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I feel bad for the cat that's hated, it seems such a shame to have a pet in a family who can't give it all the love it could, when other families would be more than happy to.

But otherwise lots of cuteness in this thread. I don't want to spam with more pics of Pixie, but lots of great pets and awesome camera work.
post #109 of 122
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Originally Posted by Edwood
That one still makes me laugh. I envision the frightened rodent leaping suddenly across the cage, embedding itself into Ed's jugular. Afterwards, the victorious hamster claims the deceased's headphone rig as his own, probably by urinating on it.

I probably should go back to therapy one of these days.
post #110 of 122
Delta:


And the funny 12 year old chihuahua in a pile of hot laundry, Pebbles:

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So many cute pets!!!

Here's our toy poodle Mitsou on a walk up Mont Royal a few weeks ago:



(yes, she does walk lol, I'm just holding her for the picture)

And here she is doing what she does best!

post #112 of 122
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Originally Posted by plainsong
I feel bad for the cat that's hated, it seems such a shame to have a pet in a family who can't give it all the love it could, when other families would be more than happy to.

But otherwise lots of cuteness in this thread. I don't want to spam with more pics of Pixie, but lots of great pets and awesome camera work.
If you're referring to me, don't worry....He get lots of love. His mama (my fiancee) loves him to death. She has her cat (who I don't like) and I have my cat (who doesnt like my fiance) so it all works out.
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post #114 of 122
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Originally Posted by Born2bwire
That one still makes me laugh. I envision the frightened rodent leaping suddenly across the cage, embedding itself into Ed's jugular. Afterwards, the victorious hamster claims the deceased's headphone rig as his own, probably by urinating on it.

I probably should go back to therapy one of these days.
I envision Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
post #115 of 122
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Originally Posted by rreynol
If you're referring to me, don't worry....He get lots of love. His mama (my fiancee) loves him to death. She has her cat (who I don't like) and I have my cat (who doesnt like my fiance) so it all works out.
Oh, well then that's fair. So no hope of each trying to defect to the other side?
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This is Max. I rescued him from a nearby warehouse where he was stranded over the New Years holiday 2006. Not sure how he ended up there but he has a good home now...in this pic he had been at my house for about a week. Max is now best friends with a Miniature American Eskimo/Miniature Poodle mix. My other dog is a Sheltie.

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This is Fritz when he was one year old. He turned twelve last month. They grow up so fast.

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Ok, I can't resist.

Mr. Slacker, that's the cutest little puppy ever. Did he/she make a "bleh!" face when he woke up and realized his tongue was out? Pixie does that sometimes.

I made this little ipod-friend mp4 and pics for my husband's neice. His mom kept Pixie this summer, and his neice got really attached. And I hope she doesn't learn English from me because I need to go correct the typos. Proofread much?



The links to the movie and pics can be found here
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His name is Ganon and hes a 12month old maine coon in at 15lbs

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I don't have any pets but am curious about how pets react to music. If you turn on certain types of music in a room, will the dog leave the room, or perhaps enter a room soon after you start playing certain music?
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