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Eden Pets!

Darling Jen Darling Jen
Ok, so there have been many polls on how many pets or what kind you have. But inspired by JR's adorable new kitty picture in this thread, I think we should share some Eden pet love in pictures! Let's share pet stories and see those cute faces! (Cutie pa-tootie!) Who doesn't love swapping pictures of our furry (or feathery, scaly, slimy, etc.) children?
02/07/2011
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Darling Jen Darling Jen
So I’ll go first and get the ball rollin’!

Here is my baby girl! She’s a year and a half old Yorkshire Terrier. She’s a whopping 9 pounds, which is on the larger side for the breed. But since she’s not a show dog, I was hoping she’d not get any of the usual issues of small dogs being inbred for extreme tiny size (hypoglycemia, seizures, drastically shorter life span). (I could rant for hours on how there is NO "teacup" anything! But instead, I'll just link this article link and keep my mouth shut lol.) She’s hearty and hyper! And she has a thing for tennis balls and anything that crinkles or squeaks. Plus, she loves to sleep under the covers with me.

Yorkie

Now these two dogs I helped raise when I was in middle school/high school but then when I moved to college they became the “family” dogs. But I still somewhat consider them mine, especially since I named and trained them.

The big one is a Border Collie mix and the medium one is a Scottish Terrier mix. They’re both 9 years old, born in the same month even. They are definitely sisters – protective but prone to disagreements. When all three dogs get together, they’re hilarious!

Dogs

And then there’s the cat. He was a rescue and was an adult by the time we got him. Not to mention my parents wasted no time in getting him neutered and de-clawed within the first month of owning him… I think those are all the reasons that he’s anti-social. Poor guy. Also, he has no tail. And as far as we know, he wasn’t born with one to begin with. There’s never been any sign, physical or visual, to indicate otherwise. He’s 10 years old.

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02/07/2011
Penguin Penguin
This is so funny because I was just asking my girlfriend if there was a thread for this. Apparently now there is lol. I really like your cat.
02/07/2011
Rarity Rarity
Your yorkie looks so small in the picture! It's hard to believe she's as big as you claim she is!

I adore cats with stubby tails. I also have a cat but she does not like to take pictures. I've been told that she looks like Sockington, though!
02/07/2011
Darling Jen Darling Jen
Hehehe my cat is like an old man. He's not social or cuddly but likes to take your seat at the table and stare you down.

And actually he doesn't have a nub either. He doesn't even have a tail joint! I've always been curious about it but I doubt I'll ever get any answers.

Yeah my Yorkie curls up when she naps and it's so cute. But she loves to stretch out on my leg and she's pretty long then. I have more pictures of my pets on my facebook account too. I'm considering adding videos too. After all, they're my kids until I actually have kids.
02/07/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Here is the Dark Lord Voldemort, being his scruffy self after he exhausts himself with playing.

morty

He was born to my parents' dogs on January 13, 2005, the only puppy born. (I joke that he ate his siblings in the womb and my mother gets appalled.) He was the size of a German Shepherd puppy, and this makes it amazing because his mommy-dog is a three-pound Maltese. He's 3/4 Maltese, 1/4 Miniature Poodle, currently 13 pounds of muscle, legs, fur, and tongue.

His favorite toys are the rubber balls with feet. He actually survived eating an amount of dark chocolate that would have killed a much larger dog. His favorite girl dogs are Pomeranians and Schnauzers (we never let him breed, though). He flirts shamelessly with human females. He knows what ham is, even when you spell it. He is very co-dependent and is VERY upset whenever I leave the house. He must be right next to or even have some part of his body resting on someone (usually me). He can imitate a corpse while sleeping (his nickname is Dead Dog because he will NOT wake up even when you pick him up and shake him gently). He has no fear of mechanical equipment - the more noise it makes, the more he wants to investigate it (he has to be restrained). He sticks the tip of his tongue out when he's sleeping, making him SO CUTE!

I kept him in the divorce because he prefers my family: he acknowledges my father as the alpha male of our 'pack', while my ex-husband got the cat. I'm really a cat person, but I'm not ready to have another pet.

So, yeah, Voldemort is my spoiled rotten baby.
02/07/2011
null null
D'awwww puppies!!! I wish I could have puppies in my dorm...
02/07/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student


Thats my Rabbit, I love her to bits. I adopted her on my 21st birthday (she was 2 months old) and I've had her for 4 years now. Usually rabbits live 6-8 so she's in her midlife crisis, lol.
02/07/2011
*HisMrs* *HisMrs*
Quote:
Originally posted by Darling Jen
So I’ll go first and get the ball rollin’!

Here is my baby girl! She’s a year and a half old Yorkshire Terrier. She’s a whopping 9 pounds, which is on the larger side for the breed. But since she’s not a show dog, I was hoping she’d not get ...
Your cat is probably a Manx. My parent's cat (my cat growing up) is a Manx and she actually looks a lot like your little fella. Manx is actually a breed where they have a mutation in the spine. Some Manx cats have a little nub (like ours) and some don't have a nub at all. My parents have also had their other 2 cats "detailed" for hygiene reasons but I really don't see someone having their cat "detailed" without having him neutered or declawed.
02/07/2011
Darling Jen Darling Jen
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Originally posted by *HisMrs*
Your cat is probably a Manx. My parent's cat (my cat growing up) is a Manx and she actually looks a lot like your little fella. Manx is actually a breed where they have a mutation in the spine. Some Manx cats have a little nub (like ours) and ...
Thank you SO much for that info!!! Everyone kept saying "bobtail" and I knew that wasn't right. It required a bob of a tail, which he lacks. Also, that specific breed looks very unique and he looks almost like a standard American short-hair... just sans tail.

Chilipepper - Oh my gosh!!! Your dog is so friggin' cute!!! I considered a Maltese when picking out my puppy but this little girl just stole my heart with her crazy personality and her wiggle butt hehe. I love that even though Maltese are lap dogs, they're playful and spirited. And Poodles, even the toy size, are so incredibly smart!!! Poodles, for anyone who doesn't know, are the #1 most intelligent breed! Border Collie is number 2 and most people will give them that but they don't give poodles enough credit.

Anywho, I loooove your dog and want to snuggle him hehehe. And I do have to admit we rock with having dogs that don't shed! *high five*

Naughty Student - Your rabbit is gorgeous! I honestly got really bored of people specifically hunting down all-white rabbits. Boring. I love her brown patches! Hehehe I like the toys in the background too.
02/07/2011
*HisMrs* *HisMrs*
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Originally posted by Darling Jen
Thank you SO much for that info!!! Everyone kept saying "bobtail" and I knew that wasn't right. It required a bob of a tail, which he lacks. Also, that specific breed looks very unique and he looks almost like a standard American ...
You are very welcome! Maybe he is a mix?
02/08/2011
girl next door girl next door
This is my puppy. He is a westie and he is like my little brother Shoot the picture won't come up. How do you put up a photo?
02/08/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Here is a pic of Ginger (Lab/Weinheimer mix) and Little Bits (Miniature Pinscher)



And Zoe (Lab mixed with ?) and Casey (not sure what breed) my old cat.



Both Zoe and Ginger are unfixed girls and Little Bits is a unfixed male. He is there stud, and they, are his bitches. Funny thing is both girls are Bi. That is they hump each other all the time, but when they go into heat they try to give it up to Little bits. Funniest thing to watch, he can not figure out how to get them. We do have to keep an eye on them though. Hopefully when I get a job, we can get him fixed.

Casey is the oldest, about 13. Zoe is 11, Ginger is 8 and Little Bits is 5. They all are a major part of our family and we love them dearly.

Oh, almost forgot. This is Terry, our beloved Rooster.



He may not live in the house, but we love him just the same. We also have three hens. During warm weather they provide a lot of enjoyment just watching them "Peck" around. They have been great for the kids.
02/08/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by girl next door
This is my puppy. He is a westie and he is like my little brother Shoot the picture won't come up. How do you put up a photo?
After you upload the picture to Flickr, or something similar, you copy the URL and then follow the Links & Formating guide on the top right corner of this box.
02/08/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Here is a pic of Ginger (Lab/Weinheimer mix) and Little Bits (Miniature Pinscher)



And Zoe (Lab mixed with ?) and Casey (not sure what breed) my old cat.



Both Zoe and Ginger are unfixed girls and Little Bits is a unfixed ...
OMG so cool that you have rooster!
02/08/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
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Originally posted by Darling Jen
Thank you SO much for that info!!! Everyone kept saying "bobtail" and I knew that wasn't right. It required a bob of a tail, which he lacks. Also, that specific breed looks very unique and he looks almost like a standard American ...
Thanks Darling Jen, she's a bitch sometimes but I wouldn't change her for the world.
02/08/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Naughty Student
OMG so cool that you have rooster!
He is a great protector of the hens. We lost five hens before he came along, since he has been on the job not one has been taken.

We talk to each other at feeding times and when ever I am in the yard he follows me around. Yup he is one cool Rooster.
02/08/2011
Darling Jen Darling Jen
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
He is a great protector of the hens. We lost five hens before he came along, since he has been on the job not one has been taken.

We talk to each other at feeding times and when ever I am in the yard he follows me around. Yup he is one cool ...
That is so incredibly awesome!!!

And your furry pets are so precious. Three dogs and a cat is like my house - crazy but loving!
02/08/2011
Hadespark Hadespark
My dog Sasha link
02/09/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
This is Zach, he is a 16 year old German Shepherd-Husky mix. I have had him since I was 9 years old and he is the best dog anyone could ever ask for.


This is Roxy. She is also a German Shepherd-Husky mix and she is 14 years old. She has epilepsy and has to take medication twice a day for it. She is my best friend... maybe because she is really quirky and so am I. I feel a lot closer to her than I do most humans. I almost lost her a few months ago to a really bad seizure and I cried myself to sleep that night.


This is Twain. He is a Flame-Point Siamese. He is 13 years old and a big bully to the dogs, which is awful, but also hilarious because they let him pick on them.


This is Keila. We found her living by the railroad tracks by our home. She was so tiny then that she fit in the palm of my hand. She is now 5 years old and a spoiled little girl.


Last but not least, my hedgehog, Mace. I adopted her two years ago, as a baby, from a breeder about an hour drive from my house. She is very shy, but when you get her outside, she loves to explore.


Oh, I do have another cat. She is about a year and a half old, very very shy and wary of most people, so I do not have a picture of her. We found her, near death at a cemetery. We took her in and took about a month and a few hundred dollars in vet bills to get her healthy.
02/09/2011
Darling Jen Darling Jen
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Originally posted by VenusianThunder
This is Zach, he is a 16 year old German Shepherd-Husky mix. I have had him since I was 9 years old and he is the best dog anyone could ever ask for.


This is Roxy. She is also a German Shepherd-Husky mix and she is 14 years old. She has ...
Awwww your pets are so lucky to have been found by you and your family. It's so heartbreaking to hear about abandoned and abused animals.
02/09/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
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Originally posted by Darling Jen
Awwww your pets are so lucky to have been found by you and your family. It's so heartbreaking to hear about abandoned and abused animals.
Thanks.
I wish I could take in more, but my house is just not big enough. I have had to turn down several cats just in the past year in I felt horrible, but even financially to take in more would have been difficult. I feel better that the few I had to turn down did end up finding homes, but I know there are so many more out there that don't. Its just sad.
02/09/2011
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
OMG!!!! I love this thread. Here I GO. The brown one is Bauer. He is my fur child, got him in '08. The German is Rambo, the sweetest thing on four legs. These two are my prides and joy. Rambo is my boyfriends dog but we were together when we got both our fur children so we are the mommy and daddy. Rambo was born 4th of July this year. Hes grown up so fast. We also have a chihuahua we got in '06 or '07, im not a fan tho.

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02/09/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
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Originally posted by Cream in the Cupcake
OMG!!!! I love this thread. Here I GO. The brown one is Bauer. He is my fur child, got him in '08. The German is Rambo, the sweetest thing on four legs. These two are my prides and joy. Rambo is my boyfriends dog but we were together when we got ...
OMG! I love your dogs!! Too cute!!
02/09/2011
Purpleladybug Purpleladybug
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Originally posted by Naughty Student


Thats my Rabbit, I love her to bits. I adopted her on my 21st birthday (she was 2 months old) and I've had her for 4 years now. Usually rabbits live 6-8 so she's in her midlife crisis, lol. ...
Aww that is the cutest rabbit ever!!
02/09/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Here is the Dark Lord Voldemort, being his scruffy self after he exhausts himself with playing.



He was born to my parents' dogs on January 13, 2005, the only puppy born. (I joke that he ate his siblings in the womb and my mother ...
Hehe. What made you name him Voldemort?
Just curious. I find it hilarious and cute!!
02/09/2011
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
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Originally posted by Cream in the Cupcake
OMG!!!! I love this thread. Here I GO. The brown one is Bauer. He is my fur child, got him in '08. The German is Rambo, the sweetest thing on four legs. These two are my prides and joy. Rambo is my boyfriends dog but we were together when we got ...
How do I embed the pictures?
02/09/2011
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake






02/09/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Here is a pic of Ginger (Lab/Weinheimer mix) and Little Bits (Miniature Pinscher)



And Zoe (Lab mixed with ?) and Casey (not sure what breed) my old cat.



Both Zoe and Ginger are unfixed girls and Little Bits is a unfixed ...
that's a Calico cat.
02/09/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by BBW Talks Toys
that's a Calico cat.
Thanks! We have wondered about that.
02/09/2011
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