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windhchaser 06-19-13 06:32 PM

My new pet!!!! name him
 
i suck at picking names his eyes are black not red they look red in pic only
http://imageshack.us/a/img341/110/a5z8.th.jpg

gitarzan 06-19-13 06:33 PM

Snooch

That the first thing that popped in my head hen I saw him

Snooch

kenji666 06-19-13 06:34 PM

Glue Trap

Shimagnolo 06-19-13 06:36 PM

James Cagney

bikebuddha 06-19-13 06:39 PM

Rodent sample #9

windhchaser 06-19-13 06:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gitarzan (Post 15761567)
Snooch

That the first thing that popped in my head hen I saw him

Snooch

sounds good 2 me

Artkansas 06-19-13 06:41 PM

Algernon

or

Willard

kenji666 06-19-13 06:42 PM

Lunch special #5 at the Chinese restaurant

windhchaser 06-19-13 06:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Artkansas (Post 15761602)
Algernon

or

Willard

dang them are good to i love that movie

Tom Stormcrowe 06-19-13 06:43 PM

Ben

windhchaser 06-19-13 06:44 PM

i like ben to lol maybe he will have a 3 or 4 part name

Alfster 06-19-13 06:44 PM

When we had rats we named them:

Kinky (had a kink in his tail)
Studly (had big .... well you know what I mean)
Dipity (short for Serendipity)

Shimagnolo 06-19-13 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kenji666 (Post 15761603)
Lunch special #5 at the Chinese restaurant

...or if you've ever know someone who had a pet boa constrictor.

windhchaser 06-19-13 06:48 PM

used to have snakes but i bought frozen rats i couldnt stand to see live ones aite

KLiNCK 06-19-13 06:52 PM

Lance

windhchaser 06-19-13 06:57 PM

wow so many good names ty

Shimagnolo 06-19-13 07:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by windhchaser (Post 15761631)
used to have snakes but i bought frozen rats i couldnt stand to see live ones aite

A co-worker had a boa who one day had "lunch" put up a hell of a fight. The rat-bites caused an infection resulting in a trip to the vet, and he had to give it periodic antibiotic shots until the infection cleared up.

windhchaser 06-19-13 07:03 PM

its to grusome to me i always wanted to train my snakes to eat chicken but then id worry about salmonella

ahsposo 06-19-13 07:06 PM

I'd name him Holy Moly and keep him close to your glory holy.

But that's just a serving suggestion.

And I have no idea what gave me that idea.

windhchaser 06-19-13 07:12 PM

lol

skijor 06-19-13 08:25 PM

Optimus Prime

windhchaser 06-19-13 08:31 PM

he is so shy and afraid of me but like all rats he dont attempt to bite(i never seen a pet rat bite there way cooler then i mice and hamsters)

Shimagnolo 06-19-13 08:38 PM

I had pet hamsters and mice when I was a kid.
- EVERY damned time I took a mouse out to play, he would always pee on my hand. Gawd that stunk!
- The hamsters tended to be grumpy little critters who required careful handling, else I'd get bitten trying to take them out of the cage.

windhchaser 06-19-13 08:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shimagnolo (Post 15762076)
I had pet hamsters and mice when I was a kid.
- EVERY damned time I took a mouse out to play, he would always pee on my hand. Gawd that stunk!
- The hamsters tended to be grumpy little critters who required careful handling, else I'd get bitten trying to take them out of the cage.

thats why i recommend rats even when you go to a pet store none of the employess been bit buy a rat hamsters are biters

windhchaser 06-19-13 09:19 PM

there smart as hect i cut and paste the following>>>>>> There are hundreds of rat species throughout the world. Rats are one of the most studied and on the planet. They have been research and test subjects for numerous famous and influential physiological studies. The reason for this is that a rat’s psychology is similar to humans and they are great for experimental comparisons. All rats learn new behaviors and tricks very easily. A 2007 study found that rats possess metacognition, which is a mental ability that has previously only been documented in humans and some primates. Rats have an amazing sense of smell and hearing. They have been trained to detect land mines and bombs. Recent research and technology has suggested that rats can even smell and identify human sputum samples infected with tuberculosis. These animals are incredible at solving mazes. Rats are social creatures and display signs of remorse, excitement, loss, and stress. They dream in a very similar way as humans. They also show amazing organizational and grooming techniques. Just remember, rats are smart and friendly creatures so don’t fear them. I included this funny rat clip.




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