What is the most memorable pet you've ever had ? The one that sticks out in your mind the most?
Mine was a dog named Charlie who was given to me when I was around 12 and he went everywhere with me. He even went on road trips when I became old enough to drive. When there was nuts out on the table during the holidays he would break the shell eat the nut and leave the empty shell. If you smoked before you got a chance to light it he would grab it out of your mouth, put it between his paws and get the tobacco out leaving the paper and filter. So that's one of mine what's yours?
My Wild Pet Pocket Ground Squirrel , featured in my hub of that name. I caught a baby in the High Sierras when I was 10 years old. Though we gave him a good life-- I later decided that there are many reasons you shouldn't have a wild pet.
I've had many pets, so several come to mind. I had a cockatoo named Sweetie who would dance with me on my shoulders & to whistle to whatever I was singing with.
Zach, the black cat who adopted me and taught me the "belly game."
Bandit, our cockapoo, who was a long time beloved friend.
Deputy duck, who thought she was a dog.
Ginny our squeeking guinea pig, who called me for food and attention with squeeks.
Snafu, my black lab that knew how to go outside on command to the opposite side of our drive, do his bizness while avoiding cars; as well as wait for me at the corners when he got ahead of me on walks.
All of our pets have been special in one way or another but my husband's and my first pet together will always be our first "child" so to speak. Already wrote about Kelly and it is titled: How My Irish Setter Dog Played Basketball. Does Yours? He was something else! We had people who knew him talking about him long after he was gone. )
My cat, Smokey. He was born when I was 5 or 6 and he was mine. (My brother got to keep Smokey's brother and my mom's cat was their mom.) When I was about 17 he passed away. I miss him a lot.
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