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And Quligley's son, Rocco AKA "Booger" AKA "The Devil" (for good reason)
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And Pixie. My wife went to a customer's home to pick up this old bijon and found the owner dead in her bed. No next of kin. So, rather than having this sweetheard OLD dog destroyed, she lives with us. She and I are inseprable at bedtime.
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This is Koo Koo the BIRD/CAT. She'll jump on my shoulder when I least expect it. And demand to stay there wherever I go. She'll stay on my shoulder outside as well, with her hind legs dangling down my back. I swear, she thinks she's a dog. She shakes hands, and sits on command. P.S. The 2 first dogs are trained very well. 3rd one is WAY too old to learn.

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Yes, there's more. But I will have to wait until tomorrow. My nice warm bed awaits me. I look forward to seeing your pets (especially Slipe's. :D - If his backyard doesn't have enough exotic pets already:D)
 
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Two of my five dogs. Ziggy the stripey one, and Schue-ee the other.

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Here is Fuzzy! As you can see he captured an unwanted visitor after my Daughter poured the mouse out of the dog food bag. Fuzzy came to the rescue as mouse ran one way and Justine proceeded down the hall at a rapid pace, arms in the air yelling something incoherent!

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If you look at my avatar, you will see my "child". His name is Matey and he will celebrate his twentieth birthday this June :)

As for the others, meet Sadie and Buck. They think this is their own personal pool :rolleyes:

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Is that a peach-faced love bird Mt?

We had one that was sweet as could be. "Dinky"
Used to bathe in my hands over the kitchen sink.
 
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Cat-in-the-box.

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Bwana with my middle aged daughter. Krista was the second of three daughters, so the poor thing has been the middle aged daughter since she was 5. Bwana has been part of the family for 15 years and will probably outlive me – the things live forever.

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Dave – we had a black cat many years ago that had a litter of kittens. She discovered we had a mouse and haunted the kitchen area. Rather than just set a trap or poison it I managed to corner and flush it one day. Shadow grabbed it and took it to the kittens.

She set up a mouse school on the living room rug. First Shadow gave a demonstration of releasing and catching the mouse. Then each kitten in turn caught the mouse. They rotated through the kittens until Shadow was satisfied the kittens could catch a mouse. What was amazing was how organized the school was and how well Shadow communicated exactly what she wanted done. Each kitten somehow knew when it was their turn and there was no confusion at all.

When she was through with the mouse she just let it go and never showed any interest in catching mice again. I suggested we switch to dry cat food only so the mouse would seem like a treat – but it didn’t fly. I was grossly outnumbered in a house full of women, so I set a trap and killed the mouse.
 

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