Since this topic needs threads, here's mine
I got my mixed dwarf rabbit 5 years ago from a terrible BYB. She is a shy bunny but she trusts me. Her name is Acacia, from the pretty yellow acacia flower on the acacia tree. And it's a different sounding name, her name suits her beauty! Also, I'm very well read on rabbits. If anyone ever has a problem or question, I'm your girl!
Next, we have Oliver. His owner got messed up in drugs and alcohol and rage problems and went to jail. The poor cat was left outside without food or water in the cold and my mom (the neighbor of the freak who owned him) found him curled up outside in a wet blanket. Me and my bf had just moved and were looking to get a cat to heal the void of having just lost my 14 yr old dog. Oliver came with his name, but we loved it :) Oliver has certainly become a new responsibility!! He's such a kitten, even though he's about 2 yrs old! He's getting over an insane worm infestation currently.. Poor bugger.
Finally, Lakitu. I had bettas in the past (and just 2 nights ago found a pic of my last betta) and I really really wanted another. So in May 2011 me and the man were out picking up bunny supplies or dog medicine and I convinced him :) I let him pick out the betta so he would pay half of the supplies. He picked Lakitu and he is really the best betta in town :) I really want one of the dalmatian bettas at the LPS or a mustard gas but Lakitu is my heart fish. He made me scope out this forum so I could provide better for him. He's my "learning" fish :)
:d Thanks!! I caught him at just the right moment! He's been sick with the worms and was always yawning - super supressed immune system :( He's getting healthier now. But I agree, any suggestions on what lolcats would say about that pic??
:d thanks!! I caught him at just the right moment! He's been sick with the worms and was always yawning - super supressed immune system :( he's getting healthier now. But i agree, any suggestions on what lolcats would say about that pic??
i is tired of your picture taking!
Animal testing is a terrible idea; they get all nervous and give the wrong answers.