My new kitten Aava http://imgur.com/lbkuLVB Never had a cat before, my boyfriend insisted we get one since we had two dogs; I got to pick the breed (long haired oriental). He would have been fine with just any cat but I insisted on a pure breed one as I wanted to know what kind of nature she'd have and I absolutely love my friend's oriental. Also, I had to take her as a kitten as I had the dogs and wanted them to get along as well as possible - she's now inseparable from my youngest dog.
I and my significant other have kennel name together so we have breeding rights to and own couple more dogs but they don't live with us. We've had also one litter with Kami year ago and going to have litter with Hito by the end of the year. I love them all so much. <3
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Her name is Sheba and she's born on 22nd of August (same day as Layne Staley from AIC, lulz).
Her mother and father are Siamese, without papers but they looked exactly like that. My little kitteh has long hair, so she will probably be closer to Balinese cat (Siam-Angora cross).
When I brought her home, I had a huge anxiety attack or something, I had planned to get a cat for at least two weeks and thought of everything, but at that moment when I had her here, it somehow seemed so overwhelming.... don't get me wrong, she's a well-behaving kitty and I didn't get scared of something specific but more like... about everything... the responsibility in general. It was a surprise for myself too and I still can't understand how I could feel that about something I was so excited about... Why I write this... if anyone had similar thing with their new pets, you could PM me about it maybe... I already googled it too and it's not very uncommon for people with anxiety problems.
That's my Rosie about 3 years ago. She's 7 years old, and she nearly died this weekend. Thankfully, she is alive and starting to be back to normal. She's my retriever mix (golden retriever, plus what looks like flat-coated or black lab). I call her my black golden retriever.
This is Scochi, and I recently had to take him in from my grandma.He got his jaw broken as a puppy and now his tongue is always sticking out.Doesn't like stairs and being picked up, so we figured he probably got tossed down a flight of stairs by his original owner.Also quite good at clearing rooms with atomic farts.