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Title: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 10, 2018, 07:50:07 pm
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First, I love ALL animals and critters. God's creatures caught in a world of people, trying to scrape by. LOL, that's not what the thread is about but hey. Tell us all about your pets, past pets and all things pets.

I have one cat, my second. I had my first cat Ziggy for 12 years and he passed. He was a black, gray and white tabby and most beautiful for a boy. He was the most loving and touching, as in physical touch that I have ever known.

So it took a year and my ex girlfriend and still good friend, Melissa, called and said she had a very pretty kitten. Calico. When I got there 20 minutes later she was up in a tree !!!

Anyway, my mom has a cat and two old dogs that I absolutely love more than life. Small dogs but I like all sizes. Nobody can ever convince me that cats are smarter than dogs. No way. Dogs are the smartest 4 legged animals around, imo.




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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lora Hood on August 10, 2018, 08:25:22 pm
I have always had dogs/cats. Right now I have Sally a 8 y.o. female Dalmatian and Summer a 2 y.o. female Basenji: both are rescues. I am going through a divorce, so my ex will keep Summer. I will be relocating to Texas later this year after I retire and plan to get a cat as a companion for Sally in our new place. I can’t imagine a life without a pet.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 11, 2018, 12:46:41 am
Hello Lora, I think you're my Facebook friend. Welcome and thank you for you story. I sometimes think this is the last pet because I can't go through losing another. But as you said and I just thought yesterday, I can't imagine NOT having a pet. I will always have one; they are part of who I am.

I love you posts on FB drawing attention to needy cats and dogs and especially your inspirational short videos. Fell free to start your own thread (topic) about rescue animals or anything at all about pets and animals. You can post videos and memes etc. I'll show you how or another member will.

I hope you keep coming back and visit a few minutes here and there. Read some posts and explore a little when you have time.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 11, 2018, 12:48:43 pm
Advantages of adopting shelter dogs

https://www.sheknows.com/pets-and-animals/articles/815859/advantages-of-adopting-shelter-dogs-1

Thinking about getting a dog for your family? If you are like many, you may be considering buying a dog from a pet store or breeder. However, before you make a decision, consider the benefits of adopting a shelter dog. Though pet store or breeders' canines may seem the more advantageous choice, rescue dogs can be equally rewarding and perhaps an even better addition to your family. Here is why you should adopt a shelter dog.

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How do dogs end up in shelters?

Each year millions of innocent dogs and cats are tortured, neglected, abandoned, and abused.

These "castoffs" or strays struggle to survive under stressful and, often, horrific circumstances – alone at the mercy of the elements, without food or water, without the care or aid of human beings, without love and compassion, and without hope of companionship, friendship, help, or support from people.

Ultimately, these animals end up in municipal animal shelters or welfare organizations, and if they are too weak or ill, or in any way display aggressive behavior (keep in mind that they are terrified and traumatized in their new environment), they will be euthanized.

Some of the animals in animal shelters or rescue organizations have been born and raised in puppy mills and never experienced life outside a crate. Others are the inadvertent victims of greedy and irreputable backyard breeders.

Others have been someone's family members and have been surrendered to an animal welfare organization or shelter because of various reasons (i.e., divorce, separation, relocation, financial loss and so on) that we may never comprehend.

Pet stores, breeders, and puppy mills

There are many reasons to adopt a rescue dog rather than purchasing one from a breeder or pet store. Many people assume that if they buy a dog from either of these sources, it will be healthier and sounder.

This is a misconception, as many dogs sold to pet stores come from puppy mills where, until they are sold, are kept in deplorable conditions, confined in crates that are small and cramped and piled upon each other, fed inadequate diets, given dirty or contaminated water, and provided with little, if any veterinary care.

Having adopted many rescued puppy mill dogs myself, I have experienced the many serious health and behavioral issues these poor dogs encounter.

Shelter dogs deserve a second chance

Many people assume that if they adopt a dog from a shelter, there must be something wrong with it. This is not true at all. Many of the dogs that end up in shelters are there simply because their human owners have been ignorant, cruel, lazy, irresponsible, and neglectful.

These owners regard their dogs as chattel rather than as sentient, loyal, and loving friends and family members. Neglectful or abusive owners do not provide their dogs with attention, interaction, socialization, or obedience training, and have not treated their pets with the respect, appreciation, and love they deserve.

In many cases, the dogs surrendered to shelters have been the loving and loyal members of a family and now find themselves not only in an unfamiliar environment but also restrained in a "cell" or kennel with many other frightened, barking, growling, anxious, yipping, and howling dogs. Imagine the stress and terror they must feel!

Advantages of adopting a shelter dog

1. You'll save a life
One of the most significant benefits of adopting a shelter dog is that you are saving the life of a sentient creature that is in desperate need of a loving home. Innocent and vulnerable, she depends upon human beings for her care and well-being and will learn to trust and love her "guardians."

2. Sense of fulfillment
It is very fulfilling to save a life and watch it blossom and flourish with love, care, appreciation, and respect.

3. Improved quality of life
Rescue dogs have the ability to lift your spirits as well as improve the quality -- and increase the longevity -- of your life. The health benefits associated with adopting a companion animal like a dog are many and even scientifically substantiated. Your furry friend will benefit both your physical and emotional health.

4. Unconditional love
A rescued dog knows he has been "saved" and is grateful, loyal, and unconditionally loving. He is eager and content to become a beloved member of your family.

Adopting a rescue dog may require more time, attention, effort, and patience from an adopter than a dog that has not been abused or neglected. However, the joy and gratification to be derived from saving a dog in need are boundless.

More on adopting a family dog
Myths about shelter dogs
5 Reasons to get an aging pooch
10 Things to know before getting a dog








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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 12, 2018, 01:31:13 pm
BE MORE DOG ! - A Truly Inspiring Cat Story

1 minute
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Inspiring story of an unusual animal friendship

2 minutes
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Most Inspiring 35 Animal Rescues 2016 Compilation That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 12, 2018, 04:23:28 pm
THE CATCH-PHRASE FOR RANDY GRIM IS “UNLIKELY HERO.”
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https://www.strayrescue.org/

For decades, Grim has been trying to call national attention to the scourge of abandoned, abused and feral street dogs. Now he is succeeding—in the national media, in legislatures, where others with more clout have failed — or never tried at all. Why so “unlikely” a hero?

It takes an extra dose of real courage -- Mark Twain’s kind, the kind needed to act when you really are afraid -- to mount daily rescue operations on some of this country’s most dangerous streets.

It takes an extra dose of courage for Grim even to publicize these dogs’ world of misery. He is crippled by panic attacks and phobias (of public places, parties, elevators, driving). After rescuing his first street dog, he couldn’t look away. “How can I?” he asks. “

Each one says, ‘don’t leave me here.’” And so the man who must pop Xanax to walk through an airport refuses to leave a starving, terror-stricken German Shepherd on a dark, icy and stormy St. Louis street, even when a threatening tenement resident has him on the business end of a gun.

Likening his position to captain of a punctured life-raft, Grim rescues beaten, feral and abandoned city dogs from St. Louis’s meanest streets. These are the untouchables, the dogs other shelters, many with multi-million-dollar budgets, call “irredeemable.”

To date, Grim has rescued many thousands of street dogs, many suffering from gunshot wounds or amputations, others simply scared. Almost by force of his crippling anxiety and phobias, (possessed of what one reporter called a “sly and off-beat sense of humor,”

Grim is, oddly, one of the funniest people on the planet) Randy is a very special man who against all odds is gaining national attention for an underground epidemic, a national disgrace. By redeeming the dogs, he’s redeemed himself. Something in what Grim is doing is catching on, and mattering.

Randy Grim officially founded Stray Rescue as a non-profit organization in 1998, but that’s not where the story begins. If you ask Randy’s family, they will tell you that he started rescuing animals when he was a five year-old!

Wanting to get closer to his dream of working with animals, in 1990 Randy owned and operated “Bark Avenue,” a dog grooming shop in Lafayette Square, where he would see stray dogs roaming the streets – scared, hungry and in desperate need of help. It quickly became clear to him that there were simply no resources available to help get them off the streets to safety, and he just couldn’t stand to see them suffering.

Taking matters into his own hands, Randy opened his door, rescued as many dogs as he could and started taking them into his home – nursing them back to health and giving them to any friend or family member who would agree to take them. Randy’s philosophy has always been, “if I don’t help these animals, who will?”

About eight years later, Randy spent his life-savings to invest in a building on 18th Street that was built-out as a shelter, and Stray Rescue of St. Louis was officially born! The 18th Street shelter is still in operation today – housing 9 dogs.

Through Randy’s sheer will, dedication and love of the street dogs, Stray Rescue has grown and evolved into the organization it is today. The state-of-the-art Pine St. shelter opened in 2010, usually operating at full capacity.

Stray Rescue also has 60 staff members (including an on-site trauma center), a legion of 300 foster parents and more than 1,000 volunteers from around the community. On average, Stray Rescue saves and adopts out 3,000 companion animals a year.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 18, 2018, 07:33:58 pm
These next four videos are really short and they are my pets and my mom's. The dogs are Scooter and Silky and the cats are Gretchen and Lucy. Read the CC - the Closed Captions for even more fun, truth and entertainment. They are all about 2 minutes or only 1 minute.

Another Good Boy Living in the Enclosed Flat Earth and Cosmos


https://youtu.be/ariWKUz_c_I


Flat Earth and Gretchen Cat - She Knows God's Creation -


https://youtu.be/WOPcjI4Fy5A

Cute Pets and Flat Earth - My First Video Ever -

With this video in the background was a flat earth guy talking. I did NOT plan it and I only started recording on a whim at the spur of a moment. It just happened to catch that clip in 1 minute. My first Youtube video ever from my Samsung. God is doing things.
https://youtu.be/i4__jTf0lWc


Lucy Ponders Flat Earth - Read The Captions

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 26, 2018, 01:29:54 am
Libby - The inspirational story of a neglected cat


4 minutes - I love Libby
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 31, 2018, 11:09:11 am
Blind Dog Living in a Trash Pile Gets the Most Beautiful Rescue - The End is Amazing


You Will Cry

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 14, 2018, 12:53:49 am
I have always had dogs/cats. Right now I have Sally a 8 y.o. female Dalmatian and Summer a 2 y.o. female Basenji: both are rescues. I am going through a divorce, so my ex will keep Summer. I will be relocating to Texas later this year after I retire and plan to get a cat as a companion for Sally in our new place. I can’t imagine a life without a pet.
I hope your move goes well. I have family in Texas in Hutto and I just retired as well. No divorce for me as I've never been married and no children. Come back and visit here and don't be a stranger. Have fun with your new cat !!!
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 16, 2018, 12:58:24 pm
Funny and cute random animals - Random animal compilation



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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 20, 2018, 04:13:08 am
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on November 17, 2018, 10:45:55 pm
Aggressive Cat Shocks Mom By Becoming A Snugglebug - BARBARA | The Dodo


Aggressive Cat Shocks Mom By Becoming A Snugglebug | This grumpy-faced rescue cat attacked her new mom at first — but look at her now 💕💕💕


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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on December 06, 2018, 02:55:13 pm
Dogs Love Playing with Squirrel Sibling Rescued From Hurricane | The Dodo Odd Couples


Squirrel Rescued From Hurricane Grows Up Playing With His Dog Siblings | When Zach the squirrel was rescued in the middle of a hurricane, he was so tiny and delicate — but his two dog siblings helped him grow up to be a rowdy boy. Today on Odd Couples, watch how Zach chased his favorite dogs around the house nonstop until they couldn't keep up with him anymore ... but then their dad brought home a puppy who's exactly Zach's speed. You can keep up with Zach and all of his adventures on Instagram, zach_the_squirrel: https://thedo.do/zach.


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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on December 28, 2018, 12:43:57 pm
Honey For Stopping Dog Allergies


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In this video Dr Jones shows you how to use honey to stop your dog from itching and scratching with honey. The dose to give, and the study that found it to be effective with people.

Ingestion of honey improves the symptoms of allergic rhinitis: evidence from a randomized placebo-controlled trial in the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia.:
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: truthjourney on December 28, 2018, 02:58:23 pm
I have a cat that I've had since she was about six weeks old. She was from a stray cat and was the runt of the litter and was sickly. So I took her to the vet and he gave her shots and meds. She's a healthy big cat now and beautiful. She's shaggy and has orange colored hair. Her name is Jasmine.  :) She was my therapy pet during treatment too.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on December 28, 2018, 07:09:52 pm
I have a cat that I've had since she was about six weeks old. She was from a stray cat and was the runt of the litter and was sickly. So I took her to the vet and he gave her shots and meds. She's a healthy big cat now and beautiful. She's shaggy and has orange colored hair. Her name is Jasmine.  :) She was my therapy pet during treatment too.
That is so sweet tj. We had a stray kitten that stayed in our fenced backyard all day but we didn't know until nightfall and she ran in the house with dogs when they came back from going potty !!! She was so little and scrawny but she wasn't scared of people or the dogs. No clue where she came from but we put up signs for two weeks looking for the owner.

Her name is Gretchen, after my Grandma, and she's three now an orange tabby, lol. I'm glad your Jasmine turned out big and healthy. I have a Calico named Lucy with two black eyes !!! She is so sweet. If I ever had the money I would have a big property and care for any and all animals and pay good vets to work with me, plus I would go to veterinary college.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on January 19, 2019, 12:53:26 pm
Funny Dogs Reaction To Magic Tricks! Try Not To Laugh!


Try not to laugh at those dogs reacting to magic tricks! But it's just so funny! Their reaction are just so unexpected! You will love them even more after this video! Please share and give it a like!


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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 19, 2019, 02:28:48 pm
We have three outside cats that we keep for hunting. 
Three inside cats our youngest has promised to take with him when he moves out...he better.
A Bernese Mountain Dog...such a lover, sort of a rescue.

Over the years, our eldest who is an animal fanatic has talked us into a variety of cats and dogs as well as....anols, a tree frog, a couple of different lizards, a iguana, two chinchillas as well as two sets of chinchilla twins, many fish, and anything I might be forgetting.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Brian on January 19, 2019, 02:43:29 pm
When I was a young child we lived in Eastern Nigeria and we a pet monkey. My older brother named him Congress which we now both find to be funny and prophetic. Our Labrador mix dog would let the monkey ride around on his back. We also had many pet chameleons which were fascinating to watch.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 21, 2019, 08:57:55 am
So, I like finding God in every situation so let me share with you a story that shows us the importance of listening to God.

When I was growing up, I was allowed (miracle) to keep a pup.  He was half collie and half who knows and was mine from before he could open his eyes.  I was so thrilled with the pup that I spent all the time I could with him.  I would sit out on the hill in front of the barn and cross my legs, set the pup in front of me as far as I could reach then call him.  He couldn't see yet but he would follow my voice to the warmth of my waiting affections.  Time and time and time again I would do this.  The pup grew into a dog and that dog would come when he heard me call no matter what he was doing.  He had learned the sound of my voice by coming every time I called even when he couldn't see me.  This is how we learn the sound of God's voice.  We come when we hear Him even if we can't see Him.

Well, one day, my dog got loose.  We lives on a state highway and so this was a dangerous thing if he wasn't trekking the woods with me.  I called and called but he didn't come. I was heartbroken.  All day long I called and he did not come.  All evening I called and he did not come.  By morning I figured I would call one last time and if he didn't come I would know for sure that something bad had happened to him.  So I went out and called....nothing.  I called again and heard a faint whimper.  I called and listened again...again a faint whimper.  As it so happened, I went across the road to the swamp area and found the dog with his chain caught on a log.  He knew he would be in trouble for going across the road and yet he also knew that I was calling and he needed to get back to me.  So many times we do this to God.  We know we need him but we also know that we did wrong.

May we today not only hear His voice and answer but may we always come running when He calls even if we know we did wrong...for there, we will find the full scope of a Love that will not end.

Just thought if we were sharing pet stories I would share that with you all.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on January 21, 2019, 11:21:04 am
So, I like finding God in every situation so let me share with you a story that shows us the importance of listening to God.

When I was growing up, I was allowed (miracle) to keep a pup.  He was half collie and half who knows and was mine from before he could open his eyes.  I was so thrilled with the pup that I spent all the time I could with him.  I would sit out on the hill in front of the barn and cross my legs, set the pup in front of me as far as I could reach then call him.  He couldn't see yet but he would follow my voice to the warmth of my waiting affections.  Time and time and time again I would do this.  The pup grew into a dog and that dog would come when he heard me call no matter what he was doing.  He had learned the sound of my voice by coming every time I called even when he couldn't see me.  This is how we learn the sound of God's voice.  We come when we hear Him even if we can't see Him.

Well, one day, my dog got loose.  We lives on a state highway and so this was a dangerous thing if he wasn't trekking the woods with me.  I called and called but he didn't come. I was heartbroken.  All day long I called and he did not come.  All evening I called and he did not come.  By morning I figured I would call one last time and if he didn't come I would know for sure that something bad had happened to him.  So I went out and called....nothing.  I called again and heard a faint whimper.  I called and listened again...again a faint whimper.  As it so happened, I went across the road to the swamp area and found the dog with his chain caught on a log.  He knew he would be in trouble for going across the road and yet he also knew that I was calling and he needed to get back to me.  So many times we do this to God.  We know we need him but we also know that we did wrong.

May we today not only hear His voice and answer but may we always come running when He calls even if we know we did wrong...for there, we will find the full scope of a Love that will not end.

Just thought if we were sharing pet stories I would share that with you all.
Since I've been saved and even before that there are always periods of time where I feel far away from God. I know it's me and not God, it's my heart and mind that is far away and God is always right here with me. I'm going through one of those periods now of feeling far away after feeling so close to God for most of 2018. Tomorrow is the one year date of my aunt Joelle passing away. Maybe that is affecting me. I know I'm getting away from God when I stop posting scripture. Good story Lori.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 21, 2019, 11:57:11 am
So, I like finding God in every situation so let me share with you a story that shows us the importance of listening to God.

When I was growing up, I was allowed (miracle) to keep a pup.  He was half collie and half who knows and was mine from before he could open his eyes.  I was so thrilled with the pup that I spent all the time I could with him.  I would sit out on the hill in front of the barn and cross my legs, set the pup in front of me as far as I could reach then call him.  He couldn't see yet but he would follow my voice to the warmth of my waiting affections.  Time and time and time again I would do this.  The pup grew into a dog and that dog would come when he heard me call no matter what he was doing.  He had learned the sound of my voice by coming every time I called even when he couldn't see me.  This is how we learn the sound of God's voice.  We come when we hear Him even if we can't see Him.

Well, one day, my dog got loose.  We lives on a state highway and so this was a dangerous thing if he wasn't trekking the woods with me.  I called and called but he didn't come. I was heartbroken.  All day long I called and he did not come.  All evening I called and he did not come.  By morning I figured I would call one last time and if he didn't come I would know for sure that something bad had happened to him.  So I went out and called....nothing.  I called again and heard a faint whimper.  I called and listened again...again a faint whimper.  As it so happened, I went across the road to the swamp area and found the dog with his chain caught on a log.  He knew he would be in trouble for going across the road and yet he also knew that I was calling and he needed to get back to me.  So many times we do this to God.  We know we need him but we also know that we did wrong.

May we today not only hear His voice and answer but may we always come running when He calls even if we know we did wrong...for there, we will find the full scope of a Love that will not end.

Just thought if we were sharing pet stories I would share that with you all.
Since I've been saved and even before that there are always periods of time where I feel far away from God. I know it's me and not God, it's my heart and mind that is far away and God is always right here with me. I'm going through one of those periods now of feeling far away after feeling so close to God for most of 2018. Tomorrow is the one year date of my aunt Joelle passing away. Maybe that is affecting me. I know I'm getting away from God when I stop posting scripture. Good story Lori.
Praying for you....let us know if we can serve you in any other way.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 26, 2019, 02:20:58 pm
I can't believe I forgot to tell one of my favorite pet stories....we had several different rabbits.  One the neighbor said the rabbit asked her to let him out which is how he disappeared, one that was a retired magic rabbit...and one that was a beautiful brown flemish giant that was litter trained.  At night we would cage him to make sure he stayed safe but when we were there, he had run of the house.  One Easter morning, our older children got up before their baby brother, opened the cage, letting Cadbury  (yes that was his name) out of the cage then tried to convince their baby brother that the rabbit was the real Easter bunny....lol what a great day that was!
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on January 26, 2019, 07:56:54 pm
I can't believe I forgot to tell one of my favorite pet stories....we had several different rabbits.  One the neighbor said the rabbit asked her to let him out which is how he disappeared, one that was a retired magic rabbit...and one that was a beautiful brown flemish giant that was litter trained.  At night we would cage him to make sure he stayed safe but when we were there, he had run of the house.  One Easter morning, our older children got up before their baby brother, opened the cage, letting Cadbury  (yes that was his name) out of the cage then tried to convince their baby brother that the rabbit was the real Easter bunny....lol what a great day that was!
That's great, lol. Listen to this one. My uncle has a down syndrome son named Chris and when he was about 8 they and the family went to the Zoo. They looked at all the animals and made all the stops, the ape house, the reptile house, the big cats and the bears and the penguins etc. They  spent the day there and when they got home Chris wanted to go to his room and was acting strange. They walked in a few minutes later to see a small penguin on the fllor standing there, Hah !!! Chris tucked the penguin in his backpack and took it home. When they called the Zoo the Zoo hung up on them thinking it was a prank call !!! They finally came and picked him up and the penguin was OK.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 28, 2019, 11:01:17 am
I can't believe I forgot to tell one of my favorite pet stories....we had several different rabbits.  One the neighbor said the rabbit asked her to let him out which is how he disappeared, one that was a retired magic rabbit...and one that was a beautiful brown flemish giant that was litter trained.  At night we would cage him to make sure he stayed safe but when we were there, he had run of the house.  One Easter morning, our older children got up before their baby brother, opened the cage, letting Cadbury  (yes that was his name) out of the cage then tried to convince their baby brother that the rabbit was the real Easter bunny....lol what a great day that was!
That's great, lol. Listen to this one. My uncle has a down syndrome son named Chris and when he was about 8 they and the family went to the Zoo. They looked at all the animals and made all the stops, the ape house, the reptile house, the big cats and the bears and the penguins etc. They  spent the day there and when they got home Chris wanted to go to his room and was acting strange. They walked in a few minutes later to see a small penguin on the fllor standing there, Hah !!! Chris tucked the penguin in his backpack and took it home. When they called the Zoo the Zoo hung up on them thinking it was a prank call !!! They finally came and picked him up and the penguin was OK.
that is awesome...I could see our eldest doing something like that.  When he was in Afghanistan he was talking about finding a beautiful big scorpion...he picked it up and was playing with it while all his buddies were freaking out.  Our daughter is obsessed with spiders but is scared to death of ants...haha...I can't wait to share your story with Brian, he will love it.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on April 07, 2019, 07:55:22 am
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
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Blade
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on April 30, 2019, 11:16:10 am
So yesterday I was sitting at the computer and I looked up and out the window to see a turkey running across the yard.  The turkey was alone which I thought was a bit strange only to discover that one of our cats was chasing it....the look on that stupid cats face was hilarious when the turkey took to flight leaving the cat empty and alone....lol  I love living back here in the "wild" of Ohio.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on May 05, 2019, 08:42:00 am
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on May 08, 2019, 12:59:39 pm
We have four pets at home here. Two dogs and two cats. All part of the family. We love them so much.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: truthjourney on June 13, 2019, 03:45:02 pm
I was just reading some of the posts and these scriptures came to mind.

Job 12:7 But ask the animals, and they will instruct you;
ask the birds of the air, and they will tell you.
8 Or speak to the earth, and it will teach you;
let the fish of the sea inform you.
9 Which of all these does not know
that the hand of the LORD has done this?
10 The life of every living thing is in His hand,
as well as the breath of all mankind.
11 Does not the ear test words
as the tongue tastes its food?
12 Wisdom is found with the elderly,
and understanding comes with long life.

Creation Calls -- are you listening? Music by Brian Doerksen

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: suvel on June 21, 2019, 06:14:59 pm



So it took a year and my ex girlfriend and still good friend, Melissa, called and said she had a very pretty kitten. Calico. When I got there 20 minutes later she was up in a tree !!!


I hope you were able to get poor Melissa down!  8)
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on June 22, 2019, 07:48:30 pm



So it took a year and my ex girlfriend and still good friend, Melissa, called and said she had a very pretty kitten. Calico. When I got there 20 minutes later she was up in a tree !!!


I hope you were able to get poor Melissa down!  8)

[shadow= blue,left]Got lots of pets and yes cats are one of them.

Blade[/shadow]
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on June 26, 2019, 10:40:46 am
Bears in our pool

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on June 26, 2019, 10:41:50 am
The house where an owl waits for you

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Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on July 27, 2019, 03:38:07 pm
The house where an owl waits for you

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I love owls
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on July 27, 2019, 08:33:55 pm
The house where an owl waits for you

2 minutes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_STjvJD7fR4&list=WL&index=10
I love owls

is it in a glass cage?

Blade
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 24, 2019, 11:49:31 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yFfCAaedgA
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on August 24, 2019, 10:37:50 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yFfCAaedgA

I am dog poor

Blade
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: truthjourney on January 18, 2020, 11:42:17 am
This is my cat Jasmine. Doesn't she look so ferocious? No, she's a big baby. :)
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on January 19, 2020, 10:43:49 pm
Little Silky is a strong little boy. He's been blind for 18 months and getting weaker and weaker but when you go to clean the crusty boogers from his eyes he shows us how much strength and fight he has in him. He is so sweet guys and we know he won't be here much longer. Little Scooter is getting old to and coughs and hacks a lot and has trouble breathing, but thank God no diabetes or any other problems. They are both 14 years old and we love them so much.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Mark Schmidt on January 19, 2020, 11:06:24 pm
I have had pets all my life.   Currently an adorable 3-year-old cat.  My son named her Quinn.  He saved her from a shelter.  He had intentions of it being his cat but he moved and no pets allowed.  So I have a cat. 

I have had 2 different dogs that are legendary in my life and one awesome cat that I had 19 years I loved probably too much.  Right before that cat, I had a purebred Siamese cat that lived 21 years.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: truthjourney on January 20, 2020, 06:45:49 am
I have had pets all my life.   Currently an adorable 3-year-old cat.  My son named her Quinn.  He saved her from a shelter.  He had intentions of it being his cat but he moved and no pets allowed.  So I have a cat. 

I have had 2 different dogs that are legendary in my life and one awesome cat that I had 19 years I loved probably too much.  Right before that cat, I had a purebred Siamese cat that lived 21 years.
My cat was a rescue cat from a stray cat. She was the runt of the litter and very sickly. We actually saved three others from that litter too, all males. Two of the males looked just like Jasmine. Jasmine chose me so I've had her since she was just a little ball of fur.
 
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: truthjourney on January 20, 2020, 07:06:08 am
Little Silky is a strong little boy. He's been blind for 18 months and getting weaker and weaker but when you go to clean the crusty boogers from his eyes he shows us how much strength and fight he has in him. He is so sweet guys and we know he won't be here much longer. Little Scooter is getting old to and coughs and hacks a lot and has trouble breathing, but thank God no diabetes or any other problems. They are both 14 years old and we love them so much.
It's hard for me to keep up with Jasmine's age. She's probably close to ten years old though.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on January 21, 2020, 03:08:25 pm
Little Silky is a strong little boy. He's been blind for 18 months and getting weaker and weaker but when you go to clean the crusty boogers from his eyes he shows us how much strength and fight he has in him. He is so sweet guys and we know he won't be here much longer. Little Scooter is getting old to and coughs and hacks a lot and has trouble breathing, but thank God no diabetes or any other problems. They are both 14 years old and we love them so much.
It's hard for me to keep up with Jasmine's age. She's probably close to ten years old though.

what kind of pets.  am dog poor.

Blade
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on April 16, 2020, 03:18:01 am
I have always had dogs/cats. Right now I have Sally a 8 y.o. female Dalmatian and Summer a 2 y.o. female Basenji: both are rescues. I am going through a divorce, so my ex will keep Summer. I will be relocating to Texas later this year after I retire and plan to get a cat as a companion for Sally in our new place. I can’t imagine a life without a pet.
Hello, I hope you are well, and your pets. God bless you -
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Jesus Truth on May 02, 2020, 05:18:55 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuyCdgpa5sY
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Mr E on May 02, 2020, 12:48:27 pm
I used to have a cat, but then I got a big ol’ dog that we name Curiosity...

Well, you know what happened.  :D
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on May 02, 2020, 08:25:49 pm
I am dog poor
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on May 02, 2020, 09:36:35 pm
I am dog poor
I know, brother when will you get a puppy? We had two dogs until April 4 when Silky fell down the basement steps. He died 24 hours later.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on May 09, 2020, 09:31:34 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiU0TWEMA7s&list=WL&index=2&t=34s
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Mark Schmidt on May 09, 2020, 12:21:44 pm
Yes I have a cat
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on May 09, 2020, 12:23:24 pm
Yes I have a cat
Awesome Mark, I have an eleven year old named Lucy - she is so pretty and sweet
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Mark Schmidt on May 09, 2020, 12:27:54 pm
My cat is name Quinn and she is 3.  She is a rescue cat.  Before her we had a male cat for 19 years.  Boy do I have stories on him.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Bladerunner on May 09, 2020, 08:25:44 pm
I am dog poor
I know, brother when will you get a puppy? We had two dogs until April 4 when Silky fell down the basement steps. He died 24 hours later.

Lets see I have two great pyrenes, german shepard, Bordercollie, yard dog and house dog....Not to long ago, I counted 13 but over time I have been able to get that down to seven.

WOE

Blade
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Mark Schmidt on May 09, 2020, 08:33:41 pm
I grew up with but dogs and cats and other critters.  Our yard now will not support dogs now. No fence.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Jesus Truth on June 12, 2020, 07:05:07 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7mOoaJalic
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on July 07, 2020, 07:07:53 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrmTW4uGiTA
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Chaplain Mark Schmidt on July 07, 2020, 08:33:20 pm
I have always had pets in my life.  I have had fish, lizards, cats, dogs, and even a squirrel once.

Presently have a young female Bombay breed cat.
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on July 17, 2020, 11:42:04 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVScg0dPR8A
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on July 31, 2020, 10:07:08 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiSyRzjMisE
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on August 09, 2020, 01:22:32 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAer4rDnA6I
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 15, 2020, 11:22:46 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVICFejOVVo
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on September 16, 2020, 07:24:34 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAer4rDnA6I
WE were coming home from church one Sunday and saw a flock of buzzards in a field, all looking towards one buzzard that was up on a stump...it looked like they were having a worship service of their own and listening to the "pastor" on the "pulpit"...
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 20, 2020, 07:32:03 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpuq5rDS2Js
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on September 23, 2020, 05:25:19 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpuq5rDS2Js
So sweet
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: patrick jane on October 06, 2020, 03:42:47 pm
 :D
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpuq5rDS2Js
So sweet
:D
Title: Re: Who has pets?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on October 07, 2020, 07:27:12 am
We have a cat we would love to give to someone...the dumbest cat you ever saw...hey that might be a selling point...the dumbest cat in the world, might get some publicity if we hold a contest.  The prize could be the cat himself.