Chinese Firebelly Newts (Cynops orientalis)... which are technically amphibians, but you included frogs in the bracketed list, so...
From my childhood up to now, at various periods, pets in my house included:
- a maine **** (we think) cat
- a star tortoise
- a black capped lory
- some songbird (that flew away)
- white mice
- fish (of course)
Now I only have time for fish. Would love to get a cat but wifey is afraid of them (sigh). I have a son, so I'm sure at some point we'll be getting small pets for him.
Currently we have 3 cats, one of which like to have the occassional drink out of my 29 gal. I've had dogs when I was much younger and love them, but our current lifestyle makes it difficult keeping one.
Whoa, that Persian looks scary(aren't Persians really lazy?)...anyways, I have a Tonkinese/Siamese and another Balinese who usually enjoy playing tap on the glass on my fish tank. I used to have a pair of d.hamsters, but my parents made me give them up after they kept breeding like crazy.
We have Cody the wonder dog, "George of the Jungle" basic tabby cat, we now have Buffy and Willow the mice (Who replaced Jack2 and Jill2 the mice, who replaced Jack and Jill the degus) Plus the hundreds of fish
I'm new here and just started looking around. I have been trying to figure out some kind of direction to go as far as fertilizers are concerned. When it felt like my brain was about to explode, I came to the Bucket to decompress.
And then I found this thread...
I am definitely a dog person, although currently dog-less. Within the past year I lost a black cat that I rescued from work and had for 16 years, a black lab that I got from a rescue shelter who died of a tumor in his throat, and 8 days ago my geriatric chocolate lab finally went to the big pond in the sky
Two male dachunds that squabble constantly, three cats who would rather stay outside than have the dachunds stick their noses up their butts, two rabbits, three girbils, and two salamanders. All of the above my daughter swore she would faithfully care for, but my wife does all the work, of course.