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  • "Goldie." A golden lab retriever.
  • Lacy, a black Lasa Poo. I loved her with all my heart. She was my best friend. I still miss her today.
  • Embrosious. My cat. i was 3, and no i couldnt pronounce it!
  • t'was Calou, our dog, he miss me... i don't really wanna talk 'bout it...
  • I was deprived of pets as a child because my mother didn't like the thought of mess that they would create.
  • a beagle named snoopy.
  • my rat named tippy. she was really cute.
  • a guinea pig named heidi, call me random but she was a great pet!!she fell and broke her back and a few months later she died in my arms *sniff* *sniff*
  • A tortoise shell cat named "Mystic". I was very sick as a child, and spent months with this cat curled up with me in bed.
  • Zephyr, my black lab, the sweetest most amazing dog I've ever known, and D'Artagnan, the Bermese cat that gave hugs! I still miss and cry for them both :(
  • My first pet was a gold fish I got for free... I named him Q-Bert... It died, I think it was because my mom moved his bowl under sunlight. When it died, I left it in the bowl cause I was too scared to clean it and it stunk up my room!! >:(
  • THE pet at my house growing up was a Boston Terrier named Pug. He was the bestest dog!
  • Christy - she was a mixed dog
  • My pet budgie, he was called Percy.
  • sylvester, he was my kitty, he loved me more than anything!
  • Sapia. An elderly, slightly senile siamese cat. She was neurotic, clingy, and ended up dying underneath my futon at the ripe old age of 13, but I really loved that cat.
  • My mom had two miniature Yorkies named Crimson and Clover, and they were just as playful and hyper as I was when I was young.
  • He was a cat and his name was Malcolm. Good memories...
  • A cavalier king charles spaniel names lucy and a golden retriever named suzie. Both are dead now and it still breaks my heart
  • Gabby,my cayman(a type of alligator from the Cayman Islands) I was about 11 and my father brought it home in a cardboard box for my birthday present.He said it was a bird and be careful to catch it as I opened the box. Out jumped Gabby the alligator(Cayman)
  • Guinea Pigs and cats
  • I always wanted a dog as a child, but instead I got a guinea pig whom I loved very much!
  • We had dogs and cats. That was it. I did have a few aquariums. My mom hated all rodents, reptiles, etc.
  • Fish, hamster, & hermit crabs. Yes, we weren't very exciting.
  • Dogs, Horses, Goats, other farm animals my Grandfather had a Fruit and Livestock farm.
  • Dogs, cats, fish :)
  • One dog, several cats and many many gerbils.
  • Always cats and a couple of dogs. We also had a grandmother that kept getting us animals for Easter, rabbits, geese, ducks and chicks. My father always had to find a farmer to take them for us.
  • we had...dogs, cats, rabbits, goats, horses, ducks, hamsters, rats, gerbils, guinea pigs,birds..and I must be forgetting something because i'm drawing a blank!
  • We had two dog: Risky and Sal We had two cats: Elizabeth and Annabelle And we had two rats (after the cats): Bean and Corn
  • How could I forget our cats, snagglepuss (all white,two different colored eyes)And precious. click on picture to enlarge you'll notice snaggies eyes. I had a monarch butterfly, from caterpillar stage to pupa to adult then released it.
  • A dog, cat, and betta fish.
  • Dog, cat, fish, bird, hamster, rabbit, hermit crab, and frog.
  • i had a million pets as a kid, but i had really bad luck when it came to keeping them alive .. i know, so sad. i had a couple of dogs, some cats, birds, fish, hamster, a bunny ..
  • German Shepard, probably 15 cats (she just kept having kittens!!!) and I would be a "foster mom" of sorts to random frogs, turtles and snakes that I'd catch outside - I'd keep them for about a week then I'd feel so bad I took them from their families so I'd release them.
  • It would probably be easier naming what we didn't have, but here we go. We had dogs, a cat, guinea pigs, hamsters, a chinchilla, ferrets, rabbits, ducks, a pop bellied pig, a rat, snakes, lizards, fish, newts, tarantulas, iguana, and the list goes on. We could have charged people a fee to enter our house!
  • We had a dog. Very loyal dog.
  • We had lots of pets. The one I remember the most was our dog Tobey. He lived for about 18 years. They had to put him down last year for medical reasons.
  • I had a 145 lb German shepard/Pit bull mix. His name was Boomer. He was awesome.
  • I had a toy poodle named Junior who lived till he was 16 then he went to sleep one night and never wake up.
  • 2 Siamese cats... smokey and oliver
  • My father loved animals, and was always bringing me home pets. My mother hates all living things... and all of them "ran away". By the time I was eight I had gotten and "lost" three gerbils, two kissing fish, three cats: "Sandy", "Patches", and "Lucifer", a ferret named Coto, and a blue parakeet named Perry. In my preteen and teenage years all of our pets were at the will of my little sister, whom my STEPfather doted on. Her animals all magically died too. That was Four or five cats (the only name I remember was Fidget), a lovebird named Nikki, two cockatiels named Sunshine and Petrie, a parakeet named Melanie, about a thousand zebra finches (who apparently belonged to a cult fond of midnight mass suicides - poor Mary had to wake up to at least three mornings of 10 or more dead birds at a time), and several goldfish. My grownup animals are healthy, happy, see the vet twice a year at least, and are going to live to a ripe old age. One pit/rottie mix named Bub, one pit bull named Winston, and one Dachshund named Sam. ^_^
  • My earliest memory of a dog was Boots, a black collie with white feet, who got hit by a car. A cat named Nipper, who was put down in old age, and Saber, a beautiful Golden Retriever who live a full life, and died a year or two after I left home.
  • I had a black striped tabby cat named Tiger.
  • So many that I loved!! All my animals were my bestest friends. Dogs: Bingo, Toby, Haole (happy, in Hawaiian), Bentley, Roscoe. My all-time most wonderful dog was a shih-tzu named Fritz. He had an identity crisis! Cats: Tigger and Samuel Broken Toes.....we really liked Indian names at the time :))
  • When I was A younger man I hadn't a care Foolin' around Paintin' the town Growin' my hair dog and cat
  • hamsters, goldfish, dogs, cats
  • Cats, dogs, white rat, goldfish, monkey and a margay.
  • A dog called Bruce and I still miss him even after all these years
  • I have had over the span of many years...2 dogs, a bird, a rabbit and too many cats and kittens to count right now.
  • Dogs, cats, squirrel - one , fish
  • I've had cats, dogs, a pig, and a fish .
  • We had a dog named Pluto. Two gerbals. An outdoor cat named Cuddles at one point that got hit in the face with a car. I had a leopard gecko that I had to put to sleep. A dog named Roscoe and a dog named Coco. A really fat frog that died after 2 years. A turtle that I named Splinter that refused to die and is probably still alive. We found him in our front yard and my Step dad ran over him with the lawn mower without even realizing it. We took it to the pet store and the pet store guy said it was a water turtle and he had no clue how it had survived so long outside of water. Also judging from the looks of it, it hadn't eaten in like a week. Plus he had an infection on his face and something called "Shell Rot". He recovered from all three. We built a pond outside for him which he would escape from and go in our chlorine pool. We would have to fish him out every time. I'm convinved that Splinter could not die.

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