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Jannie's Pets!

Baby
Baby
Baby is a purebred, 12 year old Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) that lives with my mom (she is really mom's dog, anyway). Baby is very intelligent and spends her time sniffing and begging for food. She likes the Broncos.

Chloe
Chloe
Chloe is a purebred, 2 year old Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) that also lives with my mom. She can run very fast and is very energetic which tends to annoy Baby. Chloe has no football affiliation.

Hamters
1 Hamster
I used to have 4 hamsters, but only 1 is left now; Fat Bastard. Her sister, Snaggletooth, just died recently of unknown causes most likely relating to old age. Fat Bastard likes to sit in her food dish. The deceased hamsters are Snaggletooth, Ethel and Psycho.

Mice
Mice
I used to have 4 mice, but they're all dead now. They were identical, so I could never tell them apart to name them, but I saved them from becoming snake food and had them for 2 years.


Rabbit
Rabbit
For the longest time, I couldn't tell if Rabbit was a boy or a girl, so the name "Rabbit" stuck. I found out he was a boy one day when I reached my hand in to pet him...

Javier
Fish
I used to have 5 Siamese fighting fish (betta fish), but they have all died. Their names were Pierre, Jaques, Javier, Dartanain (sp?) and (whats-his-name). They each had their separate bowls and were very beautiful, but all eventually died between 5 months and a year old. Pierre was my favorite and Javier was the last one alive and lived with me in Tampa for a while. He is the one pictured to the left.

Hank and Earl
2 turtles
I have two Red Ear Sliders (aquatic turtles) named Hank and Earl. I got them when they were about the size of a half dollar, but now they're about the size of hamburger patties. I still don't know the gender of these two (how do you tell on a turtle??), but they haven't shown any interest in each other, so I assume they're at least the same gender. They like to stack themselves on each other under the tank light with their arms and legs stretched out as straight as possible.

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