Discussion in 'Cat and Pet Forum' started by LostAndConfused, Jan 27, 2013.
Sassafras, Gertie and Solo look just like my Bowie and Ziggy!
I was thinking that, too! I did a double take at the picture on top of the door, because I have a picture just like that.
This is Snoopy - We adopted him from friends because he didn't get along with the other rabbits anymore. He's about 4 years old
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Haha! Sneaky kikis!!
My only other non-dog family members are sugar gliders and fish.
First, the suggies!
Mort is... probably about a year old! She was 4 months old when I brought her home last May. She was being rehomed by someone who was moving out of state. Mort is a funny name for a girl, only because I was told it was a BOY when I adopted her
DSC_7250.jpg by Chihuahuaesque, on Flickr
I don't have any pictures of Olive on Flickr, but she's my other suggie, and Mort's cage mate. She was a year old when I brought her home last Spring (she was being rehomed as well). Like Mort, she's a classic gray.
We also have a 90 gallon saltwater reef aquarium
Well, we don't allow him in the house, but my "other" critter is Tristan, my coming 17 year old (where does the time go?!) Hanoverian. He was originally purchased as a resale project who was going to pay for grad school - 14 years ago. You can see how well that went.
He's a lovely dressage horse, a very talented and kind jumper, and a wonderful hack. He knows more stupid tricks than my dogs, is as safe as church to handle, and comes to the gate when I go to get him. All his wonderful traits are very lucky for him, because he's also the biggest medical nightmare of a horse I've ever known. I regularly refer to him as a lemon.
His good looks are one of his saving graces.
As you can see, Gusto thinks Tristan is the coolest big brother ever. He's obsessed with him, and loves nothing more than joining us on trail rides. I can't let Gusto out around other horses most of the time, because he's sure that all of them will love him as much as Tristan.