Articles by Month: November 2017
I’ve had a lot of people reach out to me lately asking about all of my animals, so I figured I would write a post and update everyone on all of my babies.
As many of you know, I love animals. Ever since I was little I wanted to do everything in my power to help them and save them from any bad situation they could possibly be in. I guess that’s why I have so many now. Since I last wrote a blog about my pets, I started adopting a whole bunch of different animals. From geckos to guinea pigs, I love them all. Surrounding myself with animals has been therapeutic and I love taking care of them and being their mommy.
All of my animals get along really well. I socialize them from a young age to be comfortable around each other. They all really love each other and I just love that about them. Right now I have four wonderful dogs, Rascal, Peanut, Faith and Cupid. But, like I said, I have a wide array of animals in my care. I also have three bearded dragons, Rosy, Anuk and Angel. Three hermit crabs, two blue ones and one white one. They are such funny creatures. Two guinea pigs, Snickers and Reeses. I named them after candy because of their coloring. They are so sweet and fun to be around, and the best part about them is that they don’t smell like some other rodents do.
I know a lot of people don’t like snakes, but I love them. They are so pretty and interesting. I have one boa that is six months old. A lot of people are scared of them, but they are really great animals. I also have two frogs. One of them is deformed and paralyzed on one side. I have been working with him to help him move better and strengthen his good side. And I have a lot of fish and some outdoor turtles. I will be moving my turtles in for the winter so they don’t freeze.
To me, it is important to treat animals with all of the love and respect you would treat a human. You are all they have and they deserve all of the love and care in the world. I have said this before, but if you can’t take care of them or if you feel like they’re too much for you, please help to find them a forever home or take them to shelter where they can be loved.