Yip. It was a teddy bear hamster. They make excellent pets for children.
I had a goldfish named Goldie. Actually, I had 3 goldfish, but 2 died immediately. Goldie was the survivor.
Yes it was a jack russell dog called "nosey" that used to follow me around and is in most of my toddler years photos.
Good memories, thanks for the question.
Yep, a long-haired orange tabby and a black-and-white short-haired cat. We lived on 20 acres, so my sister and I each got two cats and a dog -- at that age I had not yet picked my dog, I was two or three years old.
I had a gorgeous cat called Blackie. I bet you can't guess what colour she was!She was incredibly patient. I have some lovely photos of me as a child trying to put her in my doll's pram and put a bonnet on her!
A fish; a Red Devil. I named him Fraymond after my dad- Raymond. Added the 'F' for fish. Cried when he died- I was about 10 years-old.
The first pet I remember was a dog named Trixie. She had puppies, and I picked out one of the puppies as my own. I have pictures of my brother and I with the puppies. I must have been about four. My parents had other ideas. They selected a male puppy to keep. I had picked out a female. A man came by to look at the puppies. He wanted the puppy I had picked out. He offered to buy the puppy for a quarter. It didn't seem like a fair trade, but I knew I had to give up the puppy. We still had Trixie and her male puppy, but I was sad that the puppy I wanted was gone.
I remember a dog called " snow" and a burn at the age of 2.
I can't say that he was the "first", but only the first that I recall.
Yes I do, my first pet was a cat named Tabby, that was a Tabby cat. my mother had two rats at that point, but tabby was my kitty.
yes she was a black lab called lass, she would come everywhere with us, always playing out a true part of our family.
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