My guinea pig boys, Chlup and Kujon. 🙂 They love each other so much they can´t spend even one minute separated. When I need to take one of the to the vet, I have to take the other too.
They are also very supportive when I am depressed or in fear of something (doctors, for example). They can feel it and try to comfort me.
I always connected better with animals and have had many, many, many pets-domestic and wild-over the years; guinea pigs, a rabbit, horses,
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Soldier, Kentucky, Me on Banjo jumping log during trail ride, Shaney running behind us
mules, a llama, dogs, cats, snakes, turtles, a frog, iguanas, ducks, geese, chickens, exotic tropical birds, parrots,
various breeds of pigeon, plus rescued numerous wild animals and nursed them back to health.
Plus I roamed the hills around my farm and knew the local wildlife as well..even was sort of adopted by a black jaguar someone had bought as a kitten and released in the wild. It would swing by my farm on its territorial rounds every few weeks. It left huge tracks and scat markings, tree scrapings, and since I slept outside in a screen tent every night year round it would come by and purr so loudly he’d make the tent shake, or give a huge cough. He never bothered the dogs or horses, though.
Since I moved to Thailand to teach I’ve not had any pets although the local wild dogs keep following me from a distance when I go out in the jungles and swamps doing bird photography.
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