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We pretty much all consider our pets, family members. Introduce your pets, tell us about the funny stories.

This forum is always open to receive advice and information.

Feel free to contact me at anytime!
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We have many pets; but the most interesting one is our hairless rat. She is really a very sweet pet. She is very clean and loving. She even gives kisses. I got her from my cousin's friend and my cousin has one as well. Looking forward to pet stories from others. sincerely, moose

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my roommate is owner/worshipper to a female cat of senior years. she is an unknown breed, but she is white with thick fur and has a feisty personality even at the age of 15. she drinks from glass goblets as this is easier for her to reach than a low bowl.

you can tell time by the cat as she moves around the house all day, following the brightest sunshine patch from room to room.

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This is fun hearing about everyone's pets. It just so happens I just wrote an article on my cat. Take a look. I have six cats now. I am very proud of the fact that every feral kitten born near our neighborhood found a good home this year. It helps that I am a reporter, and have the advantage of fee classifieds.
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Hi I'm Allyson from Massachusetts, and I've got a few pets wandering around here that definately kids to me (although i also have 2 of those) My husband is a saint, and really tolerates a lot. We are lucky enough to live on a small farm, so the door is pretty much open to us for any pets we'd like. I'd love a horse, but haven't gotten quite that daring yet. Right now we have: A pomeranian named Jack, a Himalayan named Baxter, parakeets, hamsters, fish, roosters and chickens, and a giant bull named Moo Montana. everytime a pet comes into our lives i feel blessed, because we always seem to luck out personality wise. they are all just great.

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I couldn't agree more, each animal is a blessing. I have to know, how did the bull get the name Moo Montana? Glad to meet you. Do drop in often. Feel free to suggest articles for the Bella Online site. I am always open to suggestions.
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One of my hermmies changed shells last night. Pick out a real pretty cone shaped shell. His prior shell was round, so it took him a while to learn to navagate through other shells, but soon got for he gets around as well has he did with the other shell. Hermit crabs are a blast to watch.
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Hi Diana,

Our baby Moo Montana got his name from my daughter, who was around 9 at the time that we got him. He was only several hours old and SOO so cute. i do think there may have been a cartoon character named that at some point, but i cant be sure. she chooses most of our pets names, and has done a pretty good job so far! <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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We have 2 great danes, August and Walter, 2 parrots, Miss P (a meyers parrot) and Hannah (baby blue and gold macaw) and one cat Tabitha.

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Hi. We share living quarters with four cats, all spayed or neutered. They are all black and white. All but one found it's way here by chance. The two boys get along with each other fairly well, but the girls don't like anybody. I would like to ask for help to sooth the allergy to flea bites ET seems to have. She scratches almost constantly and pulls out her hair. We do have a bottle of Itch Stop shampoo, which I will use on her tomorrow. Then they all get a dose of flea killer on the back. I have used the flea comb and killed 11 fleas so far. I wondered if any of you have other suggestions to calm her. Thanks.

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