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Pretty boa! And what is the interesting-looking black thing in the back right corner?? Cindy

Erm, there isn't a black thing, amybe you mean the green thing? It's an igloo-shaped plastic rodent home. A hide box for rats or such. I find it amusing that Tina likes to sleep in it. :-)
Jennifer
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Pretty boa! And what is the interesting-looking black thing in the back right corner?? Cindy

Erm, there isn't a black thing, amybe you mean the green thing? It's an igloo-shaped plastic rodent home. A hide box for rats or such. I find it amusing that Tina likes to sleep in it. :-) Jennifer

Maybe she wants to be ready when the ment-to-be-owner comes home Emotion: smile

Anna
My cats have been around monitor lizards and three of them know to leave the big reptiles alone. Fluffy is a different story. She loved to bait the monitors.

I love Fluffy. She's so smaart. She disturbs me with her intelligent expressions and crazy antics.
fr0glet
Pretty boa! And what is the interesting-looking black thing in the back right corner?? Cindy

Erm, there isn't a black thing, amybe you mean the green thing? It's an igloo-shaped plastic rodent home. A hide box for rats or such. I find it amusing that Tina likes to sleep in it. :-) Jennifer

Oops. Looked black. Cool hide! Sometimes I use the pans angel-food cake comes in.
Cindy
I love Fluffy. She's so smaart. She disturbs me with her intelligent expressions and crazy antics. fr0glet

She's the most "human" of the bunch. This morning she was the official Cat Representative for the delegation sent to determine if the Owner was still alive. I stayed in bed until after 3 pm, and all four cats ended up right outside the door. Fluffy climbed on top of the stack of junk in the hall (do all herpers have a stack of tanks and accessories or is it just me?) and howled at the door. I would have let her in, but they would all have seen it and the she would lord it over the rest. Damn cats are such jealous creatures!
Jennifer
Oops. Looked black. Cool hide! Sometimes I use the pans angel-food cake comes in. Cindy

Do you cut a hole in the side? Wouldn't the metal be sharp?

Jennifer
Oops. Looked black. Cool hide! Sometimes I use the pans angel-food cake comes in. Cindy

Do you cut a hole in the side? Wouldn't the metal be sharp? Jennifer

I mean the plastic ones the cakes come in from the grocery store. Made the same with the inner cone. I cut out a door and the snakes curl around the inside, or get in the cone in the top and peek out.

Cindy
I mean the plastic ones the cakes come in from the grocery store. Made the same with the inner cone. I cut out a door and the snakes curl around the inside, or get in the cone in the top and peek out. Cindy

Ah, okay. Cute image. :-)
Jennifer
My cats have been around monitor lizards and three of them know to leave the big reptiles alone. Fluffy is ... get its attention, then jump out of reach. I'm going to have to be really careful when she's around Tina.

I had the privilige to observe two cats I was keeping for a friend for a while interact with a Nile monitor. They could not resist the long tail. Bat bat bat. If they got too close, however, the Nile's tail became the bat. The cats left the savannas and the arguses alone for the most part.
The ferrets loved to torment the savanna monitor, he was too slow to catch them, and finally just resorted to hissing sullenly while the ferrets tried to bite his head. The Nile would treat the ferrets to a game of ferret baseball whenever they got within tail reach, with the ferret as the ball.
Luke
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