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    Edupets!

    As my (wife's, as she always tells me!) cat has crossed his 1 year birthday, I thought I'd fire up a thread for people to share a pic or two of their (Edu)pets! This is Dexter, he helps me slay zombies by punching my monitor with his paws. He also uses my arm as a scratching post...

    Dexter on Day one:
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    Dexter around 8 Months:
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    Dexter just chillin':
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    I adopted this fella for a few months, seriously made me consider getting my own (if the heating costs weren't so high!)


    Bearded Dragon [AKA Colin] by Josh_Wolf, on Flickr

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    What breed is he? Ragdoll?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiep View Post
    What breed is he? Ragdoll?
    That he is, a Blue-pointed Ragdoll.

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    Edupets!-71742_440381986711_4975785_n.jpg Spooky with home made LED collar for evenings...

    Edupets!-62961_436046936711_1732457_n.jpg dressed up for Halloween, not looking so impressed!

    Edupets!-183929_10150239139946712_704716711_7636940_6509097_n.jpeg at my old work when i took her in once - again not looking impressed!

    She's a rescue doglet and its be a tough ride but i wouldn't change her for the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    I adopted this fella for a few months, seriously made me consider getting my own (if the heating costs weren't so high!)


    Bearded Dragon [AKA Colin] by Josh_Wolf, on Flickr
    I had loads of them living in the garden in Australia.

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    I'm never one to pass up an opportunity to share pics of Enzo! He's only 8 months old now and he's bigger than some of the adult cats in the neighbourhood.... There is a joke in our household that he's part Domestic cat, part Panther lol.

    Enzo on day 1 - He hid on the shelf under our dining room table and fell asleep on the placemats.

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    More of Enzo

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    We're decorating so excuse the state of the stairs. This was a few weeks after we got him.

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    In summer he would flake out on the arm of the chair in the breeze from the windows. He likes watching TV.

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    This is quite recent - he always sits on my lap whenever I sit down on the sofa

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    Chillin'

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    I've given up trying to get him to stop lying on my pillow, drinking out of my water glass (better that than the toilet...) and jumping on the work surfaces. We go through a LOT of dettol in our house....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I had loads of them living in the garden in Australia.
    They're surprisingly active and playful, plus in Australia you wouldn't need a huge halogen bulb eating through your bank balance for 12 hours a day!

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    This is our pet, Ziggy.
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    looking very expectant of a dog treat.... :P

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    Oh and there's my dog... technically my mom's dog now, but she still only answers to me


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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    They're surprisingly active and playful, plus in Australia you wouldn't need a huge halogen bulb eating through your bank balance for 12 hours a day!
    I was a little surprised when i found out they swim. I saw about 5 of them jump in the Brisbane river and happily swim away.

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    Meet Joe. He's Testudo Graeca Graeca for those who want to know a "Greek" Mediterranean Spur Thigh (from Algeria actually). He was my husband's 7th birthday present back in 1970.




    And this is our tropical aquarium. Current occupants:
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