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    LOL, because of our situation, we didn't pick the cat, he picked us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I do much the same, except I pick older pets. All my dogs and cats for the last thirty years have been 'rescue' animals re-homed to me.

    They have each been a joy to have around. My current pooch 'Tippy the Lurcher' was estimated to be about eight years old when he arrived and has been with me five years. He's incredibly well behaved and sweet. He may be getting older now, but is very healthy.





    Nice one, Geoff. It's always worthwhile giving any stray dog or cat a new home.

    With cats, we prefer getting them as kittens (as kittens are *so* cute) and as young as possible. That way we can, as far as possible, instil our habits/way of life into them, so that they become 'ours', as opposed to us looking after what has essentially already become someone else's pet, thus formed its own habits - if you get me?

    It's rather like adopting kids. If we were ever to do that, we'd always go for a baby (as young as possible), rather than a child or teenager, for the same reasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haselsh1 View Post
    LOL, because of our situation, we didn't pick the cat, he picked us.
    Quality... It's always nice when it happens that way

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    It's been a while since I posted a pic of these 2 cute little buggers.



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    I appreciate to most people they are just rabbits, but we love them
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    Quite like rabbits too. Had some when young. Got killed alas by foxes. Foxes up in kirriemuir in those days were a menace.. got my white mice too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Quite like rabbits too. Had some when young. Got killed alas by foxes. Foxes up in kirriemuir in those days were a menace.. got my white mice too.
    Poor little things, foxes are devious buggers.

    Ours have their own room in the house, it's furnished with chairs and a table and they have the run of it, we just go in to feed them, tidy up and for a cwtch, they couldn't be more pampered.
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    I suppose they are a bit like cats, only without the little Freddy Kruger knives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stairpost View Post
    I appreciate to most people they are just rabbits, but we love them
    We love them too, bit where my family come from in Tuscany, we eat them, not keep them as pets!



    Deep-fried with some batter, served with deep-fried courgette leaves and a nice side salad... Yum, yum!!

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