Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Mark Young, Jul 23, 2003.
Our pugs: Mona and Maggie.
I'll have to take a pic when I get home.
I have a 9 month old Golden Retreiver and a 2 year old cat.
I'm glad someone started a thread like this. Here are (just a few) pics of our beloved collies.
Sadly, only the tri-color (mostly black, and completely insane) one, Rusty, remains. Casey, the sable one in the pics, left us only a week or so ago...
Loveliest of lovely things are they
On earth that soonest pass away.
Phantom, I love you beautiful cats! I'll have to post a picture of mine later.
Here's a pic of our two of our little girls, Orbit and Rusty (guess which one is Rusty)
Rusty has gone to pig heaven after 5 years of giving my wife and I a completely new understanding of the meaning of life. She was an absolute delight and we feel most fortunate and privileged to have been able to share our home with her (he said with a tear in his eye).....ah rats...its a long story and like most pet owners I could go on ad nauseum.
Orbit is three years old, not the brightest lamp in the chandelier, but a total lover...she has made cavy slaves out of both of us.
We have an addition, Miscza (aka Miscza the Maniac), but I don't have anything digitized on her yet. Six months old and still learning the ropes.
Deep Thought - Beautiful collies!!!! Love those guys...had a blue merle myself....former show dog as a puppy, dumb as a stone (had to teach her to bark) but an wonderful family member. My condolences on your loss.
@ Sir Eric: Don't know what GSHP means. He's a chocolate lab - put it that way.
My Pug: TEX!
Inter32: Adorable pug! You, puglover, and I should form some sort of Pugnation society.
or maybe a pugforum!
It means German Short Haired Pointer
I like mikoyans cat the best.
No, they're Siberian Forest Cats. But like Maine Coon and Norwegian Forest Cats they probably came into existance because viking ship cats settled new territory and developped under rough environmental circumstances. Siberians are by far the most natural race of the three tough, since they haven't been bred like the other two. Very interesting cats, much more catlike than the standard and they have no problem to live in packs, the males even care for the kitten.
Dose anyone have German Shepherds?! I love German Shepherds!
I don't have one.
Dusty surveying her domain.
Tripod. He has all four legs but was suffering from
a badly dislocated shoulder when he adopted us.
Sam recuperating from his broken pelvis last year.
He earned a lot of sympathy for that one.
Obviously with 3 black cats, this is not a superstitious household.
Here is a picture of my two adopted street dogs Coco and Lucy. I found them while working in Malaysia, where they had been badly beaten and abandoned in a plantation. They were about 6 weeks old at the time. The picture was taken when they were almost one year old, and Coco is recovering from an operation to repair her badly broken hip. They now accompany me in my travels through work and are currently very content living in Turkey.
I think there might be some german shepard in the mix, but for street dogs they have a very attractive appearance.
Enjoy the picture!
I have the highest respect for people who step in to save helpless animals, especially dogs.
Being a dog owner myself, I can say they are among the finest companions.
And since you came to thier rescue, Coco and Lucy will no doubt be your friends for life.
Me and my bitc hes
Wow, there sure is alot of people who like pugs.
Anyway, here are my pets, animals which I haven't seen posted here yet, so I am first . They are rabbits. I also have another one, but the big white fluffy one in the picture doesn't exactly like him.(And two male rabbits together isn't exactly a good idea)
Oops, I forgot to attach the picture. Silly Beaver!
Times like theese makes me wish i had a scanner. We have several cute pics of our cat and dog cuddeling together.
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