Well, I kinda have one (belongs to my cousin but I see her every day). Her name is Mel (which means honey). She's a kitten that looks like a diluted siamese but with some really light orange patches. She's the most energetic kitten I've ever seen (and I've seen plenty) and she really loves to play. She also likes to attack our hair while we sleep and sleep on top of our heads. She's the sweetest thing ever and she always runs around with her tail so high up it almost touches her back, she's that energetic.
Deer said: Come on guys, I feel like we're slowing down here.
Anyone have pets? If so, describe.
I have two full size black and brown German Shepherds and a red that look like orange cocker spaniel. One German Shepherd is a male called Kmahi, he great with everyone, but if you surprise him by coming around a corner, he will bark at you. Then his younger sister Tosca, love to play ball but she hurt her leg some how, I wasn't there, so we can't play with her for awhile. Zidane is the cocker spaniel, and he fun, engeritic, hyper puppy that love to play and cuddle. So does Tosca, but Tosca more interest is the ball.
Her name is Whiskey Throttle, and she's the runt from her litter. Currently she's two-years old, and only around 70lbs-80lbs or so. Although she still has more growing to do. ^^ Her coat is that or red/rust, her ears are natural/uncropped, and her tail is docked. The poor baby has allergies, and we're getting a panel test done soon so we know what exactly she's allergic to, besides grass (we know this for sure), and with allergies being said, she gets these bumps on her, and her fur thins out, and so far, we have liquid steroid shots that do wonders for her, by relieving the heat, bumps, and pain the allergies do to her. On her hind leg, I don't know which one, she has a messed up toe; as we believe one of her parents, when she was little, stepped on her paw, and messed her toe up, as it is not genetic. The toe points outwards/bends outwards rather then facing forward, and it's basically dead. So we're getting the toe removed, as it causes her pain. But if you look at the pad of her toe, it is split, and you can see her bone.. yes, bone, and it's a dull grey color because of being exposed for so long, but she hasn't had issues lately with the toe, probably because of her medication, but I still worry.
In all honesty, she is the sweetest dog you could meet. cx She chases laser lights, plays with water from a water hose, and she jumps higher than my head, and I'm 5'2", whilst playing with water.. or bubbles. I have trained her to sit, shake with either one of her paws, lay down, crawl, sit pretty, and attack on command, and jump over fences. I don't have to worry if she's aggressive, because she's not, and only thinks small dogs are toys, because when she tries to play with them, they squeak or make noises. XD I also do not have to worry about her jumping the fence in my yard.. because one, it's only fenced on the corners, witch it's small, and wooden, not to mention she never leaves my side. I even walk her, and don't have to use a leash, because she remains at my side, and I can even run, etc with her, and if she goes too far ahead, she turns right around and comes to me, which I find adorable. <3
All in all, my Euro Dobe is the love of my life. :D