Friday, April 25, 2014

Folow Friday


 Have any pets? Tell us or show us!

This one is a tough one for me because I have practically a zoo in my house. I have dogs, cats, birds, snakes, lizards, turtles, and even a sugar glider. A bit of everything. 

Below are some of my pets:

 


 Above is me with Loki, my mynah bird. I raised him since he was a little bird who looked like this:
Now, some of my snakes. Barbossa:





Topkapi:



 Tybalt and Tallulah, who are brother and sister:

Damascus:


 And seven boa babies with no names as of yet (they're only two weeks old):


When it comes to dogs, this is Vinicius, the Brazilian fila:




 Chaos:


 And Dublin:




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8 comments:

Annette Mills said...

Gotta tell you -- I'm not a big fan of snakes (although they are really beautiful.) Love the dogs and the bird, though! Thanks for stopping by!

Kristalyn Thornock said...

You are going to heaven for taking care of so many of those creatures! I like looking at snakes but no touching them! Great post! I am a new follower on G+! Have a great weekend!

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LunaMoth said...

You have a zoo going on there! thats a wonderful looking snake though, very pretty and love your pups as well. New follower.

Christy @ Capitvated Reading said...

I don't know if I could handle that many pets! Seriously, some people are just MADE to take care of animals the way you do! I love it!
New GFC follower!
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Holly Schindler said...

New follower! Check out my FF-related giveaway for a signed ARC of my next YA, FERAL: http://hollyschindler.blogspot.com/2014/04/follow-friday.html

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

BookCupid said...

How awesome. I'm used to being around snakes thanks to my cousin. But I can't picture myself taking care of anything but a hamster right now :/ Thanks for stopping by!!

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