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D'aw she's very cute. :3
Not mine, but my roommate has a sugar glider. It is the cutest damn thing ever. Like a personal spiderman
I had just finishsed the Nabokov book of the same name when I got her and her sister Zoey. The majority of the time I called her things like:
-other incomprehensible affectionate gibberish
Picture, please! :) Your cat sounds like such a character! How old is he? He may mellow as he ages. >>449
Lovely! If you have a small group of them (which I think they like) they will really pack themselves into small spaces for warmth. Like rats, they're very social.
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Ah I figured that's where you got the name from but I like hearing stories about names. Anyways here he is and sorry about the lighting. he's about 10 months old now btw
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That's a little rascal for sure! I hope you have a long and happy friendship with him.
With names for pets, it's kind of weird to me - I almost didn't feel comfortable giving my rats names. I almost felt like giving them names confined them a little bit or something. I'm autistic, I know.
This X 1000
My sister used to have a hamster. Every night it would get out of its cage somehow ( I think it would literally take the spinning wheel attached to the side off and somehow prop it back on) and would go dig holes in our walls, take coins and jewelry, and hide them in the walls/its cage.
It was a cute little burglar
>>455>If hamsters were the size of cows
We'd have to keep piles of giant sunflower seeds near our beds to appease them, just in case. Do you have any idea how expensive giant sunflower seeds are?!?>>456
That is pretty cute. When mine escaped they would sneak back into their cages, stuff with food, then escape again and leave it in piles throughout the house. I'd discover old piles of seeds and things years and years later. So industrious, those little fur things.
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I have a small black cat I call "Cat" because her original name is dumb and that's what I've always called her. About 6 or 7 years old
She is crazy nice and affectionate and acts like a dog at times, coming when i call her, playing tug-of-war, and jumping on me at all times of the day. One time I left her with my parents while I temporarily lived at work for 3 months and when I came back i found out that she had run away soon after, but returned the same afternoon i did to jump on me again and orbit me like a planet at all times of the day. Apparently she's more reliant on me than I realized
She's sleeping in my lap right now and I can't imagine the day she dies or I have to leave her behind again.
Also these jellyfish I found and kept for a while. Pic related is only in the transfer jar before I put them in a nicer place, but i don't have any other good pictures of them. They didn't last very long even though i tried to give them what they needed, but they were cute and gave me good feelings for a while
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My childhood dog Blue.
She would sleep on my bed and loved to play anything I was. She refused to run away, even when the gate was open.
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Who /fish/ here? Growing up there was usually a beta fish in the house, but I haven't had one in awhile. Thinking about getting one for the new apartment.
>i dream one day of having one of those classy in-the-wall fishtanks
Fellow /fish/ here.
My first pet I ever had was guppies. I had about 17 of them in a 10 gallon.Too bad they all died due to a heater accident.
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I can't live without my cat Rosita. I've had it since I was 13 and she's always with me wherever I'm at home.