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    Cockatiels - Max and Rosie. World's most comfortable cat - Roxie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennaisme View Post
    Absolutely stunning snake. What kind is he?? We have a coastal carpet atm(freaking giant earth worm she is) and a blue tongue and we were thinking about another snake.

    Back in my day, ABC played Alice Cooper on the kids cartoons and our cartoons could talk. Being a kid sucks now.
    He is a water python! And he is just stunning to look at. We also have a Murray darling carpet python! He is only little though but should get to about 8-9ft as well
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    This is my fur baby Yogi Bear with my bump he's a 2 y.o chihuahua and we just love him to bits

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    This is our rabbit bruce with our dog mater

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    This is mater on our wedding day! Bruce had a white bow tie but he's a bugger to try and get a photo of! We treat our animals like kids so it's def time to start trying to have our own! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Yeah I think they need to be well socialised to be friendly but I have seen some lovely ones around here.

    I would love a house cow but our land isn't very flat so I don't think that a cow would like it. Next door has a beautiful horse that I like to go and say hi to when it's home

    DH has been bugging me for ages to get a pig and call it dog. I think we would get an alpaca before a pig, more useful!!
    Our house paddock is on a bit of a slope and my cow seems pretty happy
    Otherwise you could look at a goat or donkey then don't mind uneven terrain (we have two donkeys they are so friendly)


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    Here's the donkeys. Ginger Meg's and boyo

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    And here is two of this years lambs - twinnies!
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    Our Dalmatian Humphrey.

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    New kitten Basil.

    We have a little Maltese X Cattle dog too, but she never sits still long enough for photos!

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    This is our red x blue heeler. 1 yr old this month.

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    This is my DHs old man Riley, he is a 13 year old Irish setter who I fear won't be with us for much longer :-(

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    My girl indji, a 9 year old boxer x staffie...so loyal and loving x

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    My 37kg lap dog BOOF the name says it all - also a 9 year old boxer x staffie (indji's brother) my parents have one of their brothers too

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    Lastly this is Lucy, my DHs 4 year old lab x that ran into our garage one night and despite our efforts to find her owners has never left

    Pets are forever not for Christmas so hence why we are the Brady bunch of pets!!

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