1-22-13 Question of the Day!!
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Right now my family has-- ...
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As a kid, we had dogs (lots of "Hey mom, it followed me home, can I keep it?") cats, mice, gerbils, hamsters, a rabbit, and I vaguely recall some birds.
Since being married we've had; 4 dogs, 7 cats, 4 hamsters, 2 lizards, and a mule (which thankfully lives on a small farm owned by friends).
No pets growing up. We gave DS a springer spaniel when he was 9 years old. She was just the best dog ever! Unfortunately we had to put her down when she was 11 due to cancer. That was back in 2002 and we haven't had another dog since.
Yay that other people have had rats! I had a slew of different pets growing up, and right now I have 4 rats, 7 cats, and a horse. Rats are fantastic pets and I make a point of telling that to anyone who'll listen. :P
Best moment at a Disney park: when Stitch proposed to me!
Both cats have been black -- I can't imagine any other kind.
Both of the cats we had growing up were black too and I feel the same way!! In fact, the younger of the two just passed away last year (she was 20 yrs old) and it just so happens that my sister's cat had kittens and the only one she hasn't found a home for yet is black. She's certain it's a sign that the kitten needs to go live with my parents. My parents, however, are not so convinced...
Location: Texas Baby!!!! Where Else would anyone wana live
Growing up I had a dog..a mutt who had to be tied up because he would runaway. Back in 1996 I bought a female Boxer who was the most amazing dog I ever owned. Protective, playful, loyal, and very beautiful for a Boxer. in 2001 she was taken from my mom's home after I left her there while I put up the cedar fence at my house. In 2005 I bought a male Boxer who was an obedient dog that had a fierce bark and looked very menacing. But he was a puddy-tat around kids. When JG (DS) was 2.5 yrs, Achilles would obey JG's non-verbal hand signals. He ran away after Hurricane Dolly hit us.
Current - cat.
Past - a LOT of cats, some dogs, the usual gerbils and hampsters. At one point had some white mice - not because I wanted them, but because DD Teresa wanted a snake! We were dirt poor and I knew we couldn't afford to buy mice regularly to feed one, so struck a bargain with her: if she could establish a mouse colony so we'd have snake food, I would get her a snake. I am glad to report that she had exactly the success I'd hoped for, and the snake never materialized!
Growing up we had a dag once, rabbits, hamster's and a chinchilla !!!
In our home we have had a couple dog's & Parrot's in the past. We mostly are a cat house and that is what we have and will stick with