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Old 06-08-2013, 01:42 AM   #161
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Now, you Guys! My boy's face is not flat!!! He is one of the prettiest cats you've seen. His nose is little pronounced (kinda Indian or Roman or something) and he does not think he is a cat! Maxi believes he is a dog!!! Follows me everywhere and does everything dog would
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Old 06-08-2013, 02:02 AM   #162
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That's what I was saying! Maine coons DON'T have that squashed face. And man, do I love those cats that think they are dogs. I think my boy might end up like that.
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I have a bearded dragon , hamster , mouse , 2 cockateils , 2 betta fish , and 2 ghost shrimp , in all I have 9 pets , but I also have 4 dogs so that equals 13 pets in all but they aren't all in my room .
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Yeap! Definitely very special animals. I've seen a guy at the Home Depot with 25 lbs maine coon on the leash in his shopping. Cart. This guy said he had that boy and female at home and that he would never want live without the maine coon cat. I concur with that. I love all of my pets, but that maine coon boy! Oh! So special! And completely devoted. Can't leave the kitty boy for more then few hrs, he comes with me everywhere. Leashwalking is still something of a desire or a wishful thinking (there is some CAT in him after all so you never know) . Alyxx I so envy you get to have little kittens.... How I wish I could have one! Have not played with baby kitty for many years
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I have always wanted to breed my gerbils but never see females for sale.
In all honesty I don't condone breeding gerbils unless they're show quality and you know their background. I especially don't condone breeding pet shop gerbils. They're are so many genetic defects that the babies could have because of hidden genes that shouldn't mix.
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In all honesty I don't condone breeding gerbils unless they're show quality and you know their background. I especially don't condone breeding pet shop gerbils. They're are so many genetic defects that the babies could have because of hidden genes that shouldn't mix.
The tan ones usually get sick the easiest so I usually look for ones that are the biggest and most active of the pack. I usually look for private breeders for gerbils. Lps don't have a lot of good choices on gerbils.
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I have a bearded dragon , hamster , mouse , 2 cockateils , 2 betta fish , and 2 ghost shrimp , in all I have 9 pets , but I also have 4 dogs so that equals 13 pets in all but they aren't all in my room .
Are the cocktails birds? Wow. 4 dogs...... That is really awesome. What kind of dogs?
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At one point I had a dog, a cat, a 15 gallon fishtank, and a bird.
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2 dogs a cat 80 g 30 g 20 g 10 g saltwater fishtanks
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At one point I had a dog, a cat, a 15 gallon fishtank, and a bird.
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2 dogs a cat 80 g 30 g 20 g 10 g saltwater fishtanks
And this is what you have now? Sounds really nice btw.
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