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    Carl and Lenny The Cats turned 4 years old a few weeks ago. I got them when they were 6 weeks old. Here's a few pictures of their first night home. They stayed behind the couch most of the time and whined.

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      Cute kitties, both of you. I wish I had a cat friend.

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        not my pets but the reason I can't have a cat friend

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          i was disappointed : (
          it wasn't me caring for them though, i just took that photo while mother bird was out of the shed for a minute.
          i wonder what goes through her head when she finds them missing.

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          Honestly, she probably thought "oh I will NEVER roost there again". According to the animal welfare officer who came to check out some baby bunnies I found. Animals are quite resilient.. Apparently.. But idk they probably do feel sad but they're probably in survival mode all the time, probably not much time to stop and think about it. Maybe. Or maybe that's just wishful thinking

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          It's probably right.. That they're resilient. I mean, I guess humans are naturally as well. Some cultures are still more matter-of-fact about death and loss. I do wonder a lot about animal perceptions. She's roosted there the last few years (or someone has!).. She keeps building new nest on top of the old one so it's getting higher and higher, haha. It'll be a shame if the loss this year makes her move.

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        While not a pet, it's still interesting to see a cat up in a tree like this.
        Apparently that's normal in Tunisia.
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        What's really weird is watching cats fight in the trees.

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          You missed the opportunity to call this thread "LOL dogs"

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            Guinness and tank.. my besties...

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              Originally posted by Babs View Post
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              Guinness and tank.. my besties...
              How old is your turtle? I've heard they can get quite old.

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                Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

                How old is your turtle? I've heard they can get quite old.
                It's a tortoise Dice... turtles are in water. He is about 12 now.

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                  i think this is a UK thing, because i also went most of my life so far thinking turtles and tortoises are completely separate... but i just was corrected a few weeks ago about tortoises being a type of turtle. americans seem more comfortable calling them turtles. and think about the teenage mutant hero turtles.. they're land dwellers.. we'd call them tortoises. here is the wikipedia stuff:

                  Tortoises (/ˈtɔːr.təs.ɪz/) are reptile species of the family Testudinidae of the order Testudines (the turtles). They are particularly distinguished from other turtles by being land-dwelling, while many (though not all) other turtle species are at least partly aquatic. Like other turtles, tortoises have a shell to protect from predation and other threats.

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                    A Rabbit friend..
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                        Ohmysqueurhffjfndndndndndn look at that rabbit!

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                          rabbits are wonderful : )

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                            I spend a lot of time stonned just observing her.. such a different behaviour compared to my dogs (or cats, or other animals for that matter!) :-)

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