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written by Mcwgogs on Feb 20, 2006 23:03
Show us photos of your pets here, if you have any.

here's Puszek (Fluffy in english )
<link cd/jpgs/mcwgogs/puszek>

and here's a pair of golden pheasants whe keep in our back yard
<link cd/jpgs/mcwgogs/GoldenPheasants>
whoosh
written by Buuks on Feb 20, 2006 23:29
Puszek? And in sort you call him pussy. or her, the picture isn't clear on that

Nice bunch togerher and very colorful pheasants.
written by Wanderer on Feb 21, 2006 00:43
Those pheasants are.......beautiful....

Gogs, you're one lucky guy!
written by Ysereh on Feb 21, 2006 05:53
This is my Chicken. Her name is Chicken. (That's my brother on the left, the photo is a little over a year old).
cd/jpgs/Ysereh/chicken (66 Kb)

I already posted about this loveable fellow in the "family album submissions" thread, but here is a fine place to display all of the warm and fuzzy glory that is Socrates:

cd/jpgs/Ysereh/socrates (31 Kb)
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Mar 29, 2007 05:05
I thought this thread could use a bumping, not enough pets in this thread. And not that there is a problem with the dead pet thread, but I feel it's time a thread was around to talk about live pets and to keep that one about remembering those who aren't around anymore.

And to stay on topic, here is Tessie.
cd/jpgs/Raptorjedi/tessie (29 Kb)
hello there
written by Duskesko on Mar 29, 2007 08:16
so cute!

and for some of my pets:

old picture of Minnie. i miss her.
http://www.luxcorp.org/nitsud/minnie.jpg

Rufus as a puppy
http://www.luxcorp.org/nitsud/rufuspup.jpg
http://www.luxcorp.org/nitsud/rufuspup2.jpg

Rufus, all grown up
http://www.luxcorp.org/nitsud/rufusgrown.jpg
journeyman
written by Stargazer on Mar 29, 2007 16:53
I had a cat once, and a dog. Unfortunately, they are both dead now. The cat Pusi/Felysia apparently got run over by a car (actually, we don't know what happened to it, only that it came home one day in an extremely bad shape, and did not survive the night), and the dog, a St. Bernard named Ramses, died of cancer (or rather, he died from an overdose of sedatives - a better, more humane way to go than to suffer his last few weeks or months with a kidney cancer).

For the past couple of years, I have not had any pet, and do not plan to get any in any near future due to limited time and economy. Still, I do miss both of them...
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Jul 11, 2009 00:03
BUMP!

wee! I finally found the pet's thread! I have a decent camera now and I took 2 snapshots! : D

This is my kitty posing for me! (well, not really.. she was having a moment of relax and I stoled a snapshot.. : P)

cd/jpgs/Yayo/micia (138 Kb)

And this is my turtle very busy eating some fruit pieces! : )

cd/jpgs/Yayo/turtle (181 Kb)

: D

y.
a title is a curious thing...
written by Granpire viking man on Jul 11, 2009 00:38
Last year,I had the best dog one could ever have, a purebred rough collie named Caillou.

A near-perfect dog, would never leave the yard, except when we weren't there, until one day while we were gone he just left and never came back . Probably due to some idiot neighbor with a shotgun who threated to shoot him the next time he saw him.

The best pet I ever had...
i do my own stun-- avatars
written by Albeyamakiir on Jul 11, 2009 01:58
Yayo said:
turtle
I can't quite see from the picture, but it looks like a tortoise?
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Jul 11, 2009 14:30
err.. well in fact I'm not sure about the difference since I always called them all turtles. There's only one word in my language to call them all, so I never suspected english has different names for them... : P

I checked out with google-translate and it says that the "turtle" is the one which lives in the sea or in water, while the "tortoise" is the one living on the ground..

So this one probably IS in fact a tortoise, I guess, since it lives in my garden, and definitely not swimming.. (I'd probably be a bit scared otherwise. : P)

It's around 30x16x11cm in size. My dad found it walking freely on the street maaany years ago, when I was almost a kid. And it's still with us. ^^

y.
written by Cryoburner on Jul 13, 2009 14:32
Micia fuzzy! Turtle, not so fuzzy.

Yayo said:
My dad found it walking freely on the street maaany years ago, when I was almost a kid. And it's still with us. ^^
Tortoises can outlive humans. Some have been known to live well over 150 years old. : D
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Jul 13, 2009 16:18
Here there are "tartaruga, jabuti and cagado"

Tartaruga = turtle (sea living).
Jabuti = tortoise (land living)
Cagado =... ???? (freshwater and swamp living... does not exist in the north hemisphere, it may be the reason that they have no english name... if they DO have a english name, it is a australian name, I wonder if there are a aussie around here...)

My sister has a Cagado, altough everyone call it "Tartaruga" (wrongly).
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Jul 13, 2009 18:48
Speeder said:
Here there are "tartaruga, jabuti and cagado"

Tartaruga = turtle (sea living).
Jabuti = tortoise (land living)
Cagado =... ???? (freshwater and swamp living... does not exist in the north hemisphere, it may be the reason that they have no english name... if they DO have a english name, it is a australian name, I wonder if there are a aussie around here...)

My sister has a Cagado, altough everyone call it "Tartaruga" (wrongly).
Uhhh.... That third one would be a turtle. In english it's Turtle (for the ones that live in swamps and ponds and such), Sea Turtle for the stuff in the ocean, and tortoise.

And we DO have those in the northern hemisphere. Turtles live everywhere except Antarctica.
written by Cryoburner on Jul 13, 2009 19:01
Raptorjedi said:
Turtles live everywhere except Antarctica.
We can fix that, you know.
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