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« on: Apr 05, 2008 02:29 PM »


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They say the kind of pet you have is a reflection of yourself. Since so many of us do not want to put a picture of ourselves up on this board... how about a picture of your pet?
Here is mine. He is an Indian Ringneck. His name is Tawheed.

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« Reply #1 on: Apr 06, 2008 06:22 PM »

masha'Allah, it is so colourful and pretty. 

i don't have a pet.  i would like a female kitty one day.  i think i will name her basboosa  sis
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« Reply #2 on: Apr 06, 2008 10:34 PM »

As salaamu alaikum

Sr. Kathy, Tawheed is a soooo pretty (can  I say it "pretty bird, pretty bird").

I'm a cat person and have been since childhood.  My kitty's name is Precious although she acts more like a diva and doesn't generally consider herself as a pet but rather a person and so therefore is more like my furry daughter.  We seem to have developed some communication skills.  Since she's always someplace unexpected getting her to sit still for a photo is never easy.

In my past however, I have had a variety of other pets, including a turtle, tropical fish, a bunny, a dog and a bird.   I wanted a pet chimpanzee but my mother wouldn't hear of it.  I do have to wonder however, do fish count as pets since you can't pet them?

As salaamu alaikum

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« Reply #3 on: Apr 11, 2008 06:43 PM »

Asalamaulikum,

I use to have 13 rabbits, 3 birds and goldfishes at one stage but either they died or had to be rehomed due to spacing issues.

I then had a lovely cat who sadly left home one day never to be seen again.

I would love another cat now as I'm petrified of mice but my husbands sadly a bird person (gggrrrr if I can't have a kitty, he can't have a cat!).

Might just set up my tropical fish tank I've had ready for like 9 years...


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This life is only a test-passing will equal Jannah, Inshallah!
Oh Muslim brothers and sisters-consider sponsoring an Orphan if Allah has blessed you with the finances to do so-Ameen.
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 17, 2008 03:09 AM »

Tawheed is so beautiful.
I waaaaaaaaaaaaant onnnnnnnnnnnne   Grin

I have rabbits, goats and outdoor guardian dogs for the goats.
Two Llama's and 3 cats.
They say after a few years an owner begins to look like their pets Shocked
Hopefully I won't be looking like a goat or Llama Cheesy

I did something I have always been advised not to do, buy livestock from an auction
due to large chance of bringing diseases to ones property.
Well, last week-end I went to  Roll Eyes to look. (Yeah right)
They had baby goats still nursing and what was so awful was at the auction they
auction first cattle, then horses then sheep and finally hours later goats.
Well, these poor babies are in a pen with no bottle (water or feed for many hours maybe 7 to 9 hours
before auctioned not to mention the time it takes for one to get them home.
Adult animals are out in pens with no shade from the hot sun.
It's awful.
Well if you haven't guessed it I brought home 3 baby doelings (females)
Sadly one did die the day after I brought it home, the other 2 are doing great.
One is so sweet and dear looking I named her azizah Smiley
It just fit her.
I have a beautiful red doeling I want to name something in Arabic.
Can anyone tell me the Arabic word for, saved one, spared one, one who was spared
or red one, little red one?
Will post pics when my pc is up and running.
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« Reply #5 on: Apr 24, 2008 10:12 AM »

Salaams,

My niece named our dog, Jack Wolf  Kiss

It looks like this one:




I tried to race him yesternight, and I can run really fast, yet the dog beat me hands down.

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They say after a few years an owner begins to look like their pets


Haha, I cracked this jokes with my cousin the other day.

The knight doesn't wait when he's ill or has cancer brother, the knight fights on... He finds a strategy, changes tactics, and hits hard.
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