At least it's housetrained!
Tony,he keeps the pidgeons off the roof too! Now if only he'd bring home a sheep or a nice bit of gold on his nights off, he'd be really earning his Purina Dragon Chow.
That is so cool! I would love a pet dragon. ;)
What a cute little pet ... even though he isn't purple with scales };-}
it looks quite the lovely pet, tame and amicable...as for the boy...;)
What a handsome guy!!! I love his T-shirt!
Toni, you should get one! The hardest part of their care is keeping enough pitbulls in the neigborhood for them to snack on.Anonymous... I know, well, you can't have everything. :))) Well you can, but you can't take it with you... Clair, the boy proudly announced to me that his 1 hour old baby brother was a mammal..."just like me"! Ah... the pre-schoolers these days.Cream, thank you, he is a dear. Show him a picture of just about any dinosaur and he can name it. Now he is interested in whales and can name all of them too and tell you all about what they eat etc...
Forget the goats and chickens;I want one of these! What do they eat? Do they leave behind purple scat? Oh...the grandson isn't too shabby either:> What a cutie! You're a lucky lady to have so much family around:>
I don't know Carla, chickens are pretty special. I have a real soft spot for those little colored roosters and hens.Let me see, you asked what they eat:Anything they have a mind to.Scat:That ain't grape jelly all over the lawn. :)))They are good for starting the bar-b-que if you don't mind feeding the whole local fire dept.
our family is a little overboard in the love of monsters as well. your grandson is adorable.
Hey Todd, yeh, he is pretty cute... thanks! I don't know why, but I really enjoy doing the odd spooky things. It worries me sometimes:))))
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