At the urging of my son, "ask em bout their pets daddy!, i wanna see what pets they gots!" I figure I will tell you a bit about our beloved fur-pests and you can tell about yours, if you like DOGS:5 Frank: pure-breed pittbull terrier, 12 years old on November, he is black with a small white star shape on his chest, the first dog my ex wife and I purchased, but I cannot dare be rid of him now, he would go insane. Shashaure-breed Rottweiler, 4 years old in december, she was an animal shelter dog on her way to the gas chamber the day we came in looking for another dog, we adopted her on the spot, more so feeling badly for her than anything, not knowing she had food and cat issues, which she still does, but we work around them. Branture-breed(tailed) Rottweiler, when I put my request to be on the waiting list for him, I requested that his tail NOT be removed, the breeder made me pay an extra 100$,the price the vet charges for a de-tailing, which I did, he is two years old last month, he is a very food motivated dog, will do anything for it. Caddy and Willy: our newest two dogs, we adopted them both as young pups in march, they supposed to be shepard mixtures of some sort, they are both identical cocoa colored-brown with with grayish/black stripes down their backs, they are about a year old, brother and sister. CATS: for sanity sake I will only tell about the adults who are permanent,12 Wilson: 6 year old silver/gray tabby moggie, yellow eyes, he is a fat lump of lazy, we got him as a small kitten. Budda: 5 year old orange tabby moggie, amber colored eyes, he is skiddish, being a wild cat when we captured him 2 years ago, he lived in our spare room for some time, before one day he walked out, lept onto the couch and planted himself onto my wifes lap, he has been the sweetest cat ever since, though he doesn't like strangers. Slim: orange and white siamese x moggie mixed cat, his mother is Momma, he is un-altered outdoor farm tom, he is very sweet and just over two years old, he likes to chase the man-persons down the driveway until they give him pets. Patches: Slims older cousin, his mother is Fawn, his is a long coated white tomcat with a black tail, and a black "cap" on his head, green eyes, he is 3 years old, he is skiddish being raised wild until we finally got him captured at 8 months old, brought him inside for a few weeks, to tame him up, he isn't a cuddle cat, but he sticks around. Popcorn:1 year old brownish tabby female, named "popcorn" because when she is traveling faster than a walk, she likes to "pop" as she goes along. Sailor: 1 year old tortoise-shell cat, green eyes, no real reason for her name. Bindi: 1 1/2 year old tortoise-shell cat, yellow eyes, named for Steve Irwins daughter. Myka: 2 year old silver/grey and white tabby cat, green eyes, very friendly, has been nearly run over on ,many occasions for running out infront of our vehicles. Ginger: 3 year old black and white cat, odd-eyes, one green one yellow, the wildest of our outdoor cats. Momma:5 year old calico cat, appears to have some siamese in her, light green eyes. Wren: 4 year old orange tabby female, had an accident when she was small and so only has one eye, surprisingly a very good hunter. Fawn: the youngest of our "permanent" cats so far, just turned 11 months old, black and white, Ginger is her mother, also has odd eyes, one amber one green. the rest are kittens, which have no names, the youngest of which are three 5 week olds belonging to Bindi, the rest are in-between 3 and 4 months old. I have many more to list, but I must put the children to bed now.