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    #16
    It has been a while. New people have joined and they need to see pets!

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      #17
      Here is my cat, Mercy. She's a rescue and had to have her front left leg amputated as a kitten. This does not slow her down at all.

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        #18
        This is my Shadow. Recently scared me by getting super thin and got diagnosed with hyperthyroidism... I think I should of gotten an inkling faster considering how fucking obsessed she was with cat treats. /sigh She was nearly feral when I adopted her, and I have tamed her into being a fairly loving cat (atlho, still not much into laps/being picked up).

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          #19
          Max & I have 5 cats. 3 were his originally, 1 he adopted for me, and the last was "just a foster," who has now been with us for almost 3 years. In order:
          -Gozer, a small, fluffy, polydactyl Toothless
          -Hobbes, a giant who loves head scritches
          -Lucy(fur), a slightly worried reincarnation of Miss Marple
          -Idris, a very shy rescue who loves her bed under the coffee table
          -and Pickle, who used to be named Wash after the Firefly character, but very quickly revealed himself to be...quite a pickle.

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            #20
            Nowadays I haven't any pet. The last was a sweet cat that has been with us since his first days until a year ago. 19 years and some months was his loooooooong live.

            By the way, nice and lovely all your cats !!!!

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              #21
              Originally posted by Cabriel View Post
              Nowadays I haven't any pet. The last was a sweet cat that has been with us since his first days until a year ago. 19 years and some months was his loooooooong live.

              By the way, nice and lovely all your cats !!!!
              Sorry to hear of your loss, what a long life for that furbaby!

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                #22
                I have several furbabies. My German Shepherd Zema just gave birth to 6 pups on the 31st of may! I also have 3 dogs - Olive Grace(my baby), George, a lab mix and old soul who adopted us, and Buster the Miniature Dashund with a complex and 3 cats Arnold, Miss Kitty, and Simba who we adopted about 2 yrs ago. Sadly I don't have access to their pics at the moment
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                  At top is our 9 year old Goldendoodle named Molly. Below is our newest addition, Cooper. He is a Coton De Tulear 10 weeks old.

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                    #24
                    Puppies, puppies!

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                      #25
                      Today I finished the Abs & Core Challenge and Core Challenge with Libby by my side. She's also an excellent running coach for 5k runs!
                      Super fly poodle
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                        #26
                        Time for rodents from Mother of Rodents!
                        This title was awarded to me and my Mom after we saved our 1,5-year old Syrian hamster Sonya from a respiratory illness. Not long before that we got a guinea pig Patrusha (a.k.a. Patricia fon Schlezinger, officially) and she enlarged our rodent collection. She's now 2 months old

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                          #27
                          LeicaEnergizer , I love the "Mother of Rodents" title! (and with appropriate caps, too!). Have been a guinea-pig guardian, I love rodents too. You had done a pretty great job with Sonya. My beloved piggy Grizabelle caught a severe respiratory infection when still a tiny thing (2 - 3 month old probably), and I had had to do some intensive nursing to get her back from the claws of the reaper, our bond was very strong after that.

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by PetiteSheWolf View Post
                            our bond was very strong after that.
                            Indeed, I know what you mean! Idk, maybe those who think rodents are stupid never actually interacted with them, my Sonya turned out to be such a grateful clever creature, she looked into my eyes when she had particularly severe troubles with breathing, as if she was trying to say "Save me, please, I know you can", she was constantly asking us for lap time (and neck and shoulder time) and after recovering she has been so affectionate!

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by PetiteSheWolf View Post
                              My beloved piggy Grizabelle ...
                              That is such a cool name! And in my language it makes sense because the root gris- means to chew or bite which seems quite appropriate for a rodent.

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                                #30
                                Thanks! What can I say, I was and still am a "Cats" fan (yes, as in the musical) "Memories... All alone in the moonlight...". She was Grizabelle the glamour cavy And the "chewing" meaning is quite funny, I learned something!

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