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Thread Starter 

In the spirit of "Cute Things Your Crotchspawn Say" and "Chewers Favorite Feces Stories", I give you...

THE PET THREAD.

Post pics of your stupid fucking pets, who you still love, no matter how many times they defecate in inappropriate places . I'll start:



This is Lucy (black) and Linus (white). Rescued from a litter of a local stray. Linus has beautiful blue eyes that are just the tiniest bit crossed, so he always looks like he's confused about something. Lucy likes to hide stuff under the oven.



This is Squee. It's an old pic, he's freakin' HUGE now. And he's the smartest cat I've ever owned.


Edited by Jacob Singer - 2/19/12 at 9:53pm
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All my pets are dead. Not my fault mind you. I may find the time to raise another doberman once I find a non-apartment residence.
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This is Edison - I got him when he was 5 months old, and now he's 12 years old, so we've had a good long stretch together:



He loves showing off his junk to the camera (and don't make fun of his flabby gut - he's workin' on it!):

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Peepers. She turns 8 years old next month.





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WARNING: Posting in this thread may lower your sperm count. Good thing I don't intend to have kids any time soon.
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In less than a month I will destroy this thread.
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Marvin and Otis, parakeets extraordinaries. We got them because we can't have cats or dogs here, but they've turned out to be completely awesome little guys.

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Diva, be careful. Peepers looks like she's merely biding her time, waiting for just the right moment to DEVOUR YOUR SOUL!
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I have better pictures at home, but this is a cell phone pic I shot of Snowball when he decided to hide himself in the entry hall rug.

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My sheltie, Reesey (when she was a pup, we thought her colors were a nice peanut butter/chocolate mix).



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Originally Posted by Jacob Singer
Diva, be careful. Peepers looks like she's merely biding her time, waiting for just the right moment to DEVOUR YOUR SOUL!
Yeah, she takes after her mama.
post #12 of 989
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Originally Posted by Jacob Singer
Diva, be careful. Peepers looks like she's merely biding her time, waiting for just the right moment to DEVOUR YOUR SOUL!
The most bizare game of cat and mouse ever played by humans!
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Singer ya got me with Linus' white paws. So cute.
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Here is a pic of my loving dog, Cujo:



Cujo loves spending quality time on top of our car and playing with bats, but dislikes grooming, bats that are rabid and anyone associated with the T.V series 'B.J. And The Bear'.
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I'm such a sucker for pet pics. I'll have to snap a few of Timmy and Jake when I get home.
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Originally Posted by englebert
The carnage would have never happened if their humans hadn't switched from Fresh Step to that generic clay litter.
post #17 of 989
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jacob Singer
Lucy likes to hide stuff under the oven.
....like the mailman.
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My beagle, Bennie:

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Originally Posted by Dr Vivisector
....like the mailman.
Jacob: "Oh, come ON, does it really take two cops to drag my kitten downtown for questioning?"
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I kid of course, Here's my realz kats:

MONCHI:




and three pics of CRAZY LULU:



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Andrew, your cats are living in a film noir.
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You should see them when they've got their cigarettes and fedoras.
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OMG! Too much cuteness!
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We have three Lab. Retrievers. Two are ours one is my brothers. My brothers has to live with us 'cause he got the epilepsy. The dog not my brother.





The Huskies above are my Uncle's. The last photo there, our cat was pissed she had to be leashed when outside. She's not an outdoor cat.
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Monchi wants a bourbon, and a bartender that doesn't ask so many goddamn questions.
post #27 of 989
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Monchi wants a bourbon, and a bartender that doesn't ask so many goddamn questions.
"I was cleaning myself in the kitchen, about to scratch on a post, when she walked in . . ."
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I never miss an opportunity to show off the Hurdy Gertie dog:

As a pup:



As a slightly older toy destroyer:



As Yentl:

post #29 of 989
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Originally Posted by Jacob Singer
Monchi wants a bourbon, and a bartender that doesn't ask so many goddamn questions.
And a dame that won't treat your heart like a fuzzy mouse toy.
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Both of my dogs died a few years ago.

First there's Burt



He was my first dog and would put up with anything. We got him in a somewhat Lovecrafian manner. His previous owners had moved into a renovated abandoned church and Bert wouldn't stop howling whenever he was inside so they had to get rid of him... So I guess he would put up with anything but Church.

Then later we got Noel



He was alot more neurotic. We rescued him from an abusive enviroment and while he eventually learned to trust people again he never quite domesticated. But he loved to herd things as seen in the photo, He'd try and herd Burt, but bert was a water dog and Noel had never seen the ocean so he would stay on dry land and bark at the waves so Burt would just run into the water to avoid him.

Now we just have Petunia.


Just about the laziest cat ever.
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I'm dying from the adorableness in this thread! Just...aaaaack! The overload of cute babies!
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Linus looks like the long lost (and paler) kitten-cousin to my Snowshoe...

Honey: female Rotti-mix
Cordelia: female Siamese Snowshoe

My daughter gets a bath...

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Originally Posted by DARKMITE8
Linus looks like the long lost (and paler) kitten-cousin to my Snowshoe...

Honey: female Rotti-mix
Cordelia: female Siamese Snowshoe

My daughter gets a bath...


Awww...your daughter's first French kiss, and captured on film to boot. You must be so proud. At least you'll have great photos to shame her with when her first boyfriend comes 'round....
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I've tried to resist the cuteness in this thread, but thanks to DARKMITE I have cracked.
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Freaky little Jack Boris, the coolest cat I've ever met.
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Blurry cat is blurrry.
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I love the slightly indignant, slightly happy look on his face in that last picture.
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Originally Posted by Chris Miller
Blurry cat is blurrry.
It's like trying to catch a pic of Bigfoot.
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http://www.myspace.com/arthurconandoyle
Just check out my cat's myspace for photos.
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Did Horrid have an English Springer Spaniel growing up?
Cause I had one growing up.
She was our good old family dog.

I'm getting all Old Yeller/Summer of the Monkeys/Red Fern Grows about my childhood right now.
Poor fucking thing died.

...like pets are fond of doing.
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Never had a pet, my mom is allergic to fur. We had fish, but they always managed to die in gruesome ways. Never starving, always some shit like getting sucked into the filter or being devoured or being cut in half (still never figured out how they managed that one).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DARKMITE8
It's like trying to catch a pic of Bigfoot.
Damn right!
post #43 of 989
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris Miller
Blurry cat is blurrry.
That's not a Blurry cat. That's a Jacob's Ladder cat!
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Kasey the dog, in her favorite environment (people eating).

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This is my girlfriend's and now, by proxy of the whole living together thing, my cat. His name is Mannax. Despite the "Get the fuck away from me" look, he is a cuddle slut. His arrival at the apartment meant both our collective crap(s) had been moved in. Doing the same here seems like a good way to come back.
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My dog died in the spring, lying in the shade of his favorite tree. I miss him.
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He was adorable, FC.

I've only had one pet die, a dog named Max (Man's Best Friend), and it was while I was away on vacation. Some weird, sudden infection from a scratch he got while crawling under a fence.

I'll never own another german shepherd...
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Frank just brought this thread down.

But seriously, sorry to hear that man. Looks like a great dog. Husky, right? My uncle has about 4 or 5 huskies, one is part wolf. Great looking dogs.
post #49 of 989
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Originally Posted by FrankCobretti


My dog died in the spring, lying in the shade of his favorite tree. I miss him.
Frank, that's a really cool picture - it immediately reminded me of the beginning of The Thing, especially the way he's just sitting there, watching. Sorry to hear he passed on.
post #50 of 989
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Originally Posted by FrankCobretti


My dog died in the spring, lying in the shade of his favorite tree. I miss him.
You don't often come across pictures that sum up the subject that's captured by the camera, but this does. And it's such a beautiful peaceful one at that. Nice work Frank, your dog would've been proud. *Sniff*
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