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August 18, 2009 | By Tracy | 8 | Just Curious

My beloved pet mouse Chester passed a few months back at the old age of 5. He was a rescued wild mouse and had lived a long happy life. I am thinking about a new little furfriend either a hamster or a gerbil. I would like to know the average lifespa… more ›

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August 4, 2009 | By Tracy | 2 | Just Curious

I adopted a kitten last August from the shelter I volunteer at. She was listed as a siamese mix. After some research I found her to look a lot like tabby point siamese photos as well as lynx points. Are they one in the same? What do you think she loo… more ›

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July 16, 2009 | By Naturegirl112106 | 19 | Need to know

I was walking down the alley last night when I found a beautiful young male orange tabby. He was very friendly and came right to me. He is very thin and has sores all over his body from scratching. The neighbors said the neighborhood stray had had a … more ›

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February 7, 2009 | By ashley | 91 | Just Curious

I like any kind of dog. But can you narrow yours down to one particular favorite.

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November 4, 2008 | By Cindy | 28 | Just Curious

That's right. If you were a dog, what kind would you be? I saw the quiz on here and it gave me the idea for the question. I took the quiz and it requested my name and address for my free report, but I have to wonder, what i… more ›

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October 9, 2008 | By stacy b. | 22 | S.O.S.!

george i cant figure out what type of cat he is

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