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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by sumi, Jul 31, 2015.
Oh my gosh I am in love with your piggies!!!!!!!!!!!
Awww, she was so precious.
i love them , too, their names are piglet, miss piggy, and porkchop, i dont have them any more, piggy and porkchop we sold, and piglet had a heat stroke, but we have had other guinea pigs, we also had a black and orange one, her name was blossom, and she was with piglet and she had a heat stroke ,too. we also had porky, but we sold him, and piglet had 3 babies, their names were cocoa, patches and nepolian. and blossom had 2 babies, charlie and molly, but we sold all of the baby pigs to a pet store. and we have not had guinea pigs for at least 3 or 4 years till this year i talked mom into getting one. and now we have 2 and one of them in pregnet! their names are rocket and shuttle
Sounds like she had a great life with you, very cute.
Thank you for sharing Libby's life with us. She really was special.
I got teared up reading this. Thank you for sharing!
I have quite a few four legged friends!
This is Frodo, my yellow lab irish wolfhound cross. He was found as a puppy wandering the streets of a nearby city. Now he's almost 13, really good for a dog his size. His hips are really starting to bother him so I think I will probably have only a year or so left with him, but for now he's enjoying life.
I also have three cats. BW is a black and white cat that I took in from the neighbor's horse barn. The neighbor named her BW and it stuck. After I took her in the person who dumped her there, a teenager who lived down the road from me, had the nerve to come up to me at the bus stop (I got her when I was still in grade school) and tell me that it was his kitten, but he got her and then his mom said he couldn't have her any more so they dumped her at the horse barn, but he had been calling her Genevieve and would I please call her that? How about no.
Then I have Jeter, who someone dumped in my woods when he was a tiny kitten too young to eat solid foods. I bet they dumped the rest of his litter, too, but he was the only one I found. I don't really want to know what happened to his siblings. I bottle fed him, weaned him, and now he has a forever home with me.
Finally I have Boo, a black cat whom I found trapped in my workshop after I accidentally left the door open one night. She was about six months old at the time. Even though I've had her for almost two years now, she is still terrified of the sight of me in my black boots. I think she was kicked and abused before she found her way to me.
Then there's Caramel, my bearded dragon. Most people think lizards are creepy and unfriendly, but I raised her from a baby and she's very docile and sweet. And, well, if you think lizards are all mean and creepy, perhaps this will change your mind:
I also have a leopard gecko I took in from Petco after their improper care caused her to lose all her toes and half her tail. She has since gained weight and grown her tail back. Her toes, however, are gone forever.
I love this pic!
@Pyxis you've done a great job with all your rescued animals. Thanks for giving them all a good home. They look like wonderful companions!
You have a heart of gold rescuing all these animals. What a cute dragon!!