Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Gil T.Azell, Dec 23, 2012.
^Absolutely! -good photo of the pair of them
I've posted these before, but it fits the definition of cute.
My cat, Manchester, at eight weeks.
Manchester and James the day I too them home.
James passed out on his favorite spot.
That is ultra cute!!! That tabby almost looks like my cat!
Professor Tibatong, examining his first almond:
(life-size at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels)
Is that your hamster? Russian dwarf?
yes, he is He looks genuinely Dsungarian Dwarf Hamster but is actually a mix of Dsungarian and Campbell. (I've met his siblings and some of them look typically Campbell).
This heritage makes things a bit complicated as this particular mix tends to have Type 1 Diabetes - and those who don't, develop Type 2 at a quite early age. Professor Tibatong is not (yet) afflicted with either, which is surprising, considering the fact that he already is about 19 months old (in human years he'd be in his late 50s).
He loves cookies and I see to it that the rest of the family at least feed him low carb ones. And he gets a special dwarf hamster food (low-carb & high-protein - dwarf hamsters eat far more insects than their big Syrian cousins do) that doesn't contain honey, sugar and other sweeteners.
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