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Tomzy95
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28 Jul 2013, 3:03 am

Heres my Doggy!

[img][800:600]http://i737.photobucket.com/albums/xx11/carroll95_photo/fiji2011015.jpg[/img]



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06 Aug 2013, 4:42 am

[img][800:724]http://i1085.photobucket.com/albums/j428/Davvo62/DSCF3751.jpg[/img]

This is our new Princess, 7 week old Ella the Leonberger. We collected her on Saturday from the breeder, Leonmoor Leonbergers where they had a litter of 11. You cannot believe how amazing a bundle of 11 leonberger puppies looks. She currently weighs in at 7kg (15lbs), but will grow a fair bit over the next few months. She is a gorgeous little bundle of energy and enjoys biting toes!


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06 Aug 2013, 7:29 am

among the many reasons that most humans consider humanity as superior to "lesser" animals, is their illusion that only humans appreciate species' other than their own. they think dogs hate cats and cats hate rats and rats hate whatever they hate, but every animal (including humans) has both a prevailing circumstantial environmental situation that they are in , and an innate temperament which is responsible for their resultant reactive behavior relating to their environmental situation. all behavior is reactive. and all reactions are founded upon pre-conscious platforms.

whatever.

this video is very cute. what i said was inspired by it, but if a picture speaks a thousand words, and if every frame in this video is considered a separate picture, then the video says 24,000 words per second (at 24 fps).
it goes for 79 seconds, and 79*24,000=1,896,000 words. but i understood it from watching for 79 seconds rather than to read nearly 2 million words.


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ikm3o5hDks[/youtube]



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06 Aug 2013, 11:02 pm

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My fuzzy boy Kee-Kee, who left last fall and never came back.


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11 Aug 2013, 4:57 pm

Does anyone own one of these or am I scaring everyone right now? :lol:

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Lazarus_Long
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12 Aug 2013, 6:30 am

I have 9 guinea pigs, which originally belonged to my late wife Nell who died in January 2013 following a long illness.



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12 Aug 2013, 8:32 am

Lazarus_Long wrote:
I have 9 guinea pigs, which originally belonged to my late wife Nell who died in January 2013 following a long illness.


Guinea pigs are fun. :D I am sorry for the loss of your wife. :(


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12 Aug 2013, 8:51 am

We both knew that Nell was dying and I got her the GPs to give her an interest and a living creatures to take care of beyond her own world and pain.

Now I remember my wife each time I work with the little ones.



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18 Oct 2013, 2:28 pm

I've got 105 rabbits, 40 guinea pigs and a dog.



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23 Oct 2013, 10:52 am

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This was my horse and my best friend. Sadly, he´s dead (died at age 33). I miss him very much sometimes but I´m grateful for the 12 years we got to be together.



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23 Oct 2013, 7:40 pm

My bird, Holly, eating a chip I gave her:
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My chihuaha mix, Scooter, cuddled in my blanket:
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My brindle greyhound, Speed, in an awkward photo:
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And finally my cow-spotted greyhound, Cammie, being naughty and laying on my sister's bed:
[img][800:453]http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-QmgnMbNKFI4/Ugl9rdY7_7I/AAAAAAAAAUI/cYRUHV3OF6c/w1118-h630-no/IMG_20130812_202836_932.jpg[/img]


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26 Oct 2013, 1:23 pm

Ooh, kisses on your greyhounds noses too. :D



monkyingaround
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28 Oct 2013, 6:07 pm

Moomingirl wrote:
Ooh, kisses on your greyhounds noses too. :D

Haha, watch out, if you love him up he'll lean on you and topple you over. He's huge, the size of a small great dane. Biggest greyhound I've ever had.


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28 Oct 2013, 8:00 pm

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Stella back when she was a puppy, next to her step-mother Fia the cat.



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04 Nov 2013, 3:10 pm

Here's my kitty "Stitch", He's a year and a half old. he may be full size now (15 lbs) but he's all kitten still.

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here he is posing for the camera ...yes, that's "hello kitty" on the shelf. What? A man can't like Hello Kitty? She's cute.

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Here's stitch on his 1st birthday, during the 3 seconds he wore the party hat.

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Cats go after mice, they don't care what kind of mouse... a computer mouse is a mouse all the same.


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