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BrotherMike

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Post your pets that you own... and a funny or cute story with it.

My roommates are getting this puppy and I can’t wait to love on her!

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Magenta

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Oh my goodness, so cute!



I have a spunky/chill and affectionate cat named Luna :)

I tell people it is short for "Lunatic" ;):giggle: She is a rescue :D

My daughter insisted I get her a few months after a cat I'd had for about 16 years passed...

... exclaiming, "You've lived alone long enough!" :oops::LOL:

Luna was about six months old when I adopted her,
and I've had her for just over six and a half years now :)
 

Lynx

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BrotherMike that dog looks intelligent and destructive. Not intentionally, but... well... put your shoes in the closet and be sure the door is latched.

Magenta every inch of that cat says "I feel comfortable in my environment." That is one cat with no worries.
 

Lynx

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For myself, I have an australian shepherd. I picked him because he was the only one at the pound... er, animal shelter... who looked like he had a brain in his head.

This was two mistakes. One, I got a male. Boy dogs roam around the neighborhood, so I had to lay out a 270 foot wire and put him on a dog run. I should have gotten a girl who would stay at home. Two, I got a dog who is TOO smart. He keeps figuring out ways to get off his run.
 

BrotherMike

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BrotherMike that dog looks intelligent and destructive. Not intentionally, but... well... put your shoes in the closet and be sure the door is latched
It’s a female mini Australian Shepard. Probably has a lot of energy but I’ve been around a female Australian Shepard and she was so excited to see me she jumped right for my coolyuns multiple times! At least I won’t be needing to wear an athletic supporter!
 

Lynx

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Only time my Australian Shepherd gets THAT excited is at breakfast.
 

Magenta

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Magenta every inch of that cat says "I feel comfortable in my environment." That is one cat with no worries.
You can' tell from the 1st pic because of the way the light reflects off her eyes? But her eyes are blue :D



My daughter has a "mini" Aussie shepherd, tri red, under twenty pounds, nice markings, beautiful coat, long slender legs, and yes, quite intelligent, happy, eager to please, and very high energy; she started vying to be alpha dog as soon as she arrived, much to the dismay of the other dog, who was eventually coerced into relinquishing her position LOL

Here she is with one of my daughter's cats :D They get along famously (y)

 

Lynx

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That first picture says, "Very well peasant, I shall allow you to take one more photograph of my splendor. But do not abuse the privilege."