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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by pipedreams, Jul 16, 2006.
This is Doc. He allows us to live in his home and serve him.
My daughter, Daisy, and her friend Kate.
Here's our alpha male, Spartacus. He's a big boy, over 20lbs. He was sitting at the top of the stairs one day and I grabbed a few of my daughter's stuffed animals and put them next to him. I call this pic "proud daddy".
My wife and I are the housekeeping staff for 4 cats.
Sam, Rose, Oreo, and Socks are really great cats with very distinct personalities.
Unfortunately, I can't seem to locate any pictures of them at this very moment. But as soon as I find them I'll put'em up.
Here is my hay buddy. He is a working pet. He works his way from the round bale over to the water trough, and then to the fence for treats, and then back over to his beloved round bale...it's a hard life. He won't fit through the doggie door, so he lives on a farm. Did climb the stairs to the feed storage room once... :giddyup:
As the wife is allergic to cats and the landlord does not allow dogs, we have adopted this little guy as our pet.
He lives right outside the front door and does a very good job of contolling the moth population! The wife has named him Fred...
Resized for popular demand!
Thanks for scaring the cr** out of me....... ;D I have a ture dislike for spiders, now, what do you do with that pet?? They bite, don't they? And, What do they eat??? Just wondering............Nice picture..
That's a creepy pic. Maybe it would be cuter at 640pxl wide? ;D Please resize your multi eyed critter.
The Predator meets ZZ Top mug doesn't creep me out nearly as much as that uber-hairy leg in the front. :jitters: Somebody give that guy a jar of Nads!
We make sure he stays on the porch! Jumpers eat just about anyinsect they can catch, which on our porch consists mostly of plant hoppers, moths, and Asian Cockroaches.
I thought guys were supposed to have hairy legs?
Here is another picture of my Honey girl:
My Avatar is my pet. An African Grey Parrot "Sparky", who is spoiled rotten.
How old is Sparky?
Here is our newest--and I mean really new--pet. We raised him from a tadpole. He was one of ten. They ate each other. And our little fish. We have three left, but he's the one that sprouted legs and lost his tail first. He might be a toad. An ecologist friend of mine told me that both frogs and toads start as tadpoles, but the toads have to leave. He's leaving Wednesday to go back to his fountain pond.
We call him Web. He's all of one-third inch big.
Little buddy! You should call him "9MM" because 9MM is about 1/3 of an inch! :lolhammer:
That's putting it bluntly! :lolhammer:
Scribbs, you have just made me laugh!
Who knew they were cannibalistic amphibians. I'm not bringing anymore into the house. The look on the youngest one's face when she saw them munching down on her little pond fish. All that was left were two big bug eyes in the bottom of the aquarium. And then another one of their "friends" was on the bottom feeding, and they jumped it like a swarm of piranhas. Broke that little brouhaha up with the fish net...
Eeew! Scribbs, that is quite graphic. You do have a way with words! :laugh: Your poor daughter.
I have a Chihuahua,doberman,canis panther but here is a pic of one of my fat black widows. I have bred BW for the last 5 years next I want to try my hand at milking them to sell the venom to research companys.
I also breed/train fighting praying mantis.This is a common hobby in china I learned it from a couple of pals from china.Praying mantis have some very cool martial arts moves..really its no joke.They really know how to fight.This might seem weird to people from the US but its a real fun past time.
Here is a couple pics from the last mantis matchs.
Scribs, Sparky is 5 years old.