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Reading about the Irish Setter love affair in another thread prompted me to ask: What wee critters do ye share yer home with?
Nat and I have 2 cats, Hobbes and Ms. Kitty (the name suits her perfectly). They are mother and son. Hobbes is a nudge (pronounced noodge) as we call it. He simply must be in the middle of whatever you are doing and must be the center of attention. He's a big boy at 18 pounds and quite handsome. He lietrally has the markings of a garden slug. Brownish gold with black stripes on his back and spots on his belly. Ms Kitty, bless her heart is dumb as a rock, but sweeter than candy. She's soft as velvet and is an adopted stray. She sounds like a little monkey with all her "eee eee eee" meows. We also somehow have my niece's cat, Midnight. She's all black and has HUGE green eyes. The best description of her I can think of is she is like the dirty, slutty woman that hangs around the local bar. She likes to not bathe and roll over on her back too look cute. She's quite the whore. Her and Ms. Kitty do not get along to say the least. Ms. Kitty is the dominant cat in the house.
We also have Chuy (pronounced chewey, short for Jesus, the latin name, not the son of a carpenter). He's a chinchilla. He looks to be a cross of a bunny, squriell and a rat, but terribly soft to touch. He's a little ball of energy. An interesting fact about chinchilla's that they never tell you is that they are pooping machines. He poops on everything and everywhere. We let him out of his cage for his hour of insanity and annoyance and we have to get the dust buster to clean up after him. He's a funny little bugger, but he can drive us nuts.
My Father, who lives with us, has a Hound dog named Connie. The poor beast does not know how to be a dog. He never really does anything with her. She is more like a parasite. She always has to be near him or she starts baying (hound dog bark, a booming "AWOOOOOOOOOOO" sound). Her and midnight hang out together. Connie has no perception of her own size, she is always in the way and stepping on things like your feet and Midnight. Midnight gets her back by biting her on her jowls. You can always tell by the loud yelp in the middle of the night.
We also have a small tank of freshwater fish. They're fish, they do fish things.

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