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Awwww, a pet thread! i love pets! I have a cat named Prince. I had a wire haired Fox Terrier, named Uzi (yes like the gun, my mother named him lol) before the cat but unfortunately had to be put down. He was 14 yrs old. Prince just turned 4 this past Christmas. Here are a few pictures of him. A bit overweight but i love him soooooooo much! Enjoy! :)


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ready for his close up lol.

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appears to be stalking a bird or squirrel.

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taking a nap.

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and another nap.
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awww what great pictures of your cat :) cats tend to grow on you, because I never had any until my wife came along (serious cat lover) now we have four. I will have to see if I can scrounge up a pic or two of the cats.
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Hi,
At the moment we only have two dogs. Ida, the brown one, is a 13 year old Heinz 57 dog. Nipper is a rescued AmStaff who is the sweetest most loving dog I have ever known.

If I put in too many megabytes of image please feel free to correct me and delete.

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Hi Paul,

nice dogs, and don't worry about the picture size they are fine :)
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When you reach my age,you need something you can keep up with when going for a walk! :)
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HA HA..... is that really your pet?
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She comes when you call her,she sits with us when we sit outside,I think that makes her a pet :)
We have her now for 14 years,twice she even gave us "puppies".Her mate died last year,so no more offsprings.
I had two dogs in South Africa,but when we left for Greece we had to leave them behind.Anyone who has lost a pet knows that sad feeling.It's like you lost a familymember.I dont want to get another dog,for that reason.
My Brother has a brown labrador,what a fantastic breed.




Our "puppies" :)
4yrs. & 1yrs. old,all together we had 12,we gave them to friends.These two we kept.
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:) That's great!

I've got a huge black lab mix and 5 cats at home, and my fiancee and I have another cat at her place. One of these day's I'll get some pictures and post them, but for the moment, I'm reduced to posting a picture of my grandparent's dog in his PJ's... :)

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The dog sleeps a lot, what can I say! It's a tough life.
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sari your cat looks like its almost as big as the dog :)
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The cat is actually pretty small - she weighs about 8 lbs., whereas the dog is good size standard dachshund who weighs 22 lbs!

In the second picture she's still a puppy, so not very big yet. She turns 4 on Groundhog Day.
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I have 5 dogs...

This is Freedom. She's my oldest, about 10 years old and weighs about 55 lbs. I had rescued her from an abandoned house, her and a calico kitten. I rescued her about about 2 weeks following the 9/11 tragedy, so her name came naturally. My sister had named the calico kitten Liberty.

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This is Freeway. He's a about 4 yrs old and weighs about 55 lbs. He was also rescued. The lady I got him from had seen him on the side of the Highway eating garbage and whatnot. He was all skinny and malnourished. She took him in and fattened him some and got him fixed. I later found out that he had heartworms, after the fact. OUCH!!! No worries I took him in for the heartworm treatment...$1200. I still don't know if it worked completely or not. I'm dreading finding out because I have no more money. Anyways, here he is...

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Edited by countryboypride77, 15 February 2009 - 05:03 PM.

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This is Bodacious...He's 1 1/2 years old. He's an American/Alapaha Blue Bulldog...He, now weighs about 95 lbs...In the picture he was only 8 months old.

His sister is Dixie...She's also 1 1/2 yrs old, of course... Same type of dog too :) She, now weighs about 65 lbs... In the picture she is 8 months old.

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My brother has their mother who is a full blooded American Bulldog. A friend of his has the father, who's a full blooded Alapaha Blue Bulldog. I, intitially, only had one claim on a male puppy but the male I chose didn't have blue eyes which is why I got Dixie although now she only has one pretty blue eye and the other eye turned to grayish/bluish. I've had them both since they were 8 weeks old.
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This is Buddy. He's about 3 yrs old and weighs about 60 lbs. I got him from a friend who's lost his job and went into foreclosure. I wanted to make sure Buddy got a good home so I took him in. The friend also told me when he first got Buddy that it looked as if he was beaten badly and half way starved. He's doing real good now though.

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Those are some nice looking dogs, and I really admire that you have rescued some of them.
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Those are some nice looking dogs, and I really admire that you have rescued some of them.


Thank you :)

They're all very well behaved dogs too. Costing me a fortune unfortunately... but I'll be fine, God willing.

Since acquiring Buddy, my fifth dog, I have some extra training to do with all my dogs to make sure they all understand who the Alpha, Pack Leader is... :)

Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer, is Awesome and is training me well...TV wise
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