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  1. #40
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    Don't know the exact name but locally they are called Green Iguanas. I don't no why Iggy is orange, I thought he may have been horny.

    Neighbours with dogs moved away, and no one has cut the grass for a while. So have been seeing them out in the backyard for the past couple weeks, sunning themselves and grazing on the grass.

    They run fairly fast and are quite the swimmers. The last two shots were through my patio doors and screened in porch. They flee quickly so that is probably why they got as big as they have. Stretching out the orange guy he would be a little shy of 4 ft.

    BB they are down in the caribbean, Grand Cayman



    [Edited by Carnak on 08-06-2005 at 10:54 PM]
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    Can't wait to see them.
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    fish

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    Originally posted by billygoat22
    My kitty likes to dress up

    WHAT, ALL DRESSED UP AND NOWHERE TO GO

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    Originally posted by appltech1
    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    3 cats and a rabbit and occasionally fish.

    One cat is a long hair that weighs 28 pounds. The rabbit is a miniature hare that thinks it is Rocky Balboa. It can take a punch

    I swear I have herd the rabbit state;
    I coulda been a contender....
    I coulda been some bunny....
    Robo, 28 lbs? I think you should get on your own scales and weigh yourself and then weigh you and that fat cat. I dont think 28 lbs qualifies as a domestic cat. What is it , a lion?
    Who you calling a lion?




    [Edited by RoBoTeq on 08-07-2005 at 01:29 PM]
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    Wow Robin. That a hairball waiting to happen.

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    You need to bring that cat to the Lime Tree Bay weight loss clinic. I hear it can do wonders in less than 90 days
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    Originally posted by Carnak
    You need to bring that cat to the Lime Tree Bay weight loss clinic. I hear it can do wonders in less than 90 days
    Can you pull the same strings to get him through customs that you did to get my permit?

    His name is Wu (named by son for the Wu Tang Clan) and he is the absolute most lovable animal you will ever encounter. He sleeps on the pillow between Lisa and I and his purring is so loud it vibrates the bed.

    Lisa swears he has lost weight since we moved to a house where he must go up and down steps a lot.
    Government is a disease...
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    Robo, that is the biggest domestic cat I have ever seen. How old is he?

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    Originally posted by appltech1
    Robo, that is the biggest domestic cat I have ever seen. How old is he?
    We picked him up from the shelter when he was a kitten about 10 years ago. At the same time we picked up two other kittens and a full grown cat. The cat, a Russian Blue, had to be put down as few years ago. The other two cats are still with us and all three are as different as night and day.
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    Originally posted by appltech1
    Robo, that is the biggest domestic cat I have ever seen. How old is he?
    Agreed!

    Holy CRRRRRRRAP man! I take it you're sitting in her chair?

    That's a kitty litter nightmare! If you use the clumping kind... Homer sells wheelbarrows doesn't he?
    Is this a Fabreze moment? C.Y.D. I'm voting white elephant. 2’.
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    2 Golden Retreivers. Great Dogs.

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    Talking I can't believe no one else thought of this

    OK, don't get pissed Robin:

    Big, hairy pussy!? Sorry, couldn't help it...

    When that cat goes to haul ass, it will have to make 2 trips!!

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