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    Default Our beloved pets

    I've got some smaller snakes as well




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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Those are super cute !!


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    Thanks Zincubus, your snakes are cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Thanks Zincubus, your snakes are cool
    Thank you ... they are all super soft and friendly and none of them are horrible and slimey like everyone seems to imagine


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Thank you ... they are all super soft and friendly and none of them are horrible and slimey like everyone seems to imagine


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    Yeah i was (unforgivably) watching i'm a celebrity recently and the fear and even repulsion that people seem to have for snakes is unfathomable, i think they are fascinating but i'm afraid the wife doesn't share my enthusiasm
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Yeah i was (unforgivably) watching i'm a celebrity recently and the fear and even repulsion that people seem to have for snakes is unfathomable, i think they are fascinating but i'm afraid the wife doesn't share my enthusiasm
    It's funny to watch most of them seemingly terrified of them to a snake keeper

    Only the tiny hatchlings are tetchy/ snappy and that's only because they're terrified 24/7 and programmed to expect attacks from above ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Yeah i was (unforgivably) watching i'm a celebrity recently and the fear and even repulsion that people seem to have for snakes is unfathomable, i think they are fascinating but i'm afraid the wife doesn't share my enthusiasm
    I am with your wife tex.. I am repulsed more by spiders tho.

    This is my other pet. Harry. A Long Necked Eastern Turtle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald the Great View Post
    I am with your wife tex.. I am repulsed more by spiders tho.

    This is my other pet. Harry. A Long Necked Eastern Turtle.
    I'm guessing you have a decent filter in with the turtle ?!


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    My boy Milo, he's 2 and a half years old Yorkshire Terrier, hes made life worth living again for me, After suffering empty nest syndrome.
    I was told they are yappy snappy dogs but nothing could be further from the truth! He's so laid back he's horizontal lol

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    Milo is gorgeous Heather, i'm close to having empty nest syndrome myself after two of my three found independence pretty close together but i still have my son who takes great pleasure from annoying me.
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    Nice dog heather i guess that syndrome means ur kids have left home.

    Glad he puts a smile on your face.

    Pets can do that to people.



    Quote Originally Posted by heather74 View Post
    my boy milo, he's 2 and a half years old yorkshire terrier, hes made life worth living again for me, after suffering empty nest syndrome.
    I was told they are yappy snappy dogs but nothing could be further from the truth! He's so laid back he's horizontal lol

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