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Beardie name(s)
Cailyth, Pinky, & Brain
I no longer have beardies. We have 2 cats currently. My first/oldest cat passed almost a year and a half ago. The two current cats are 8-9 years old.
 

Xjrosie

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I have three cats. EC is 11 years old, Piper is about 3½, and Norman Bates is 8 months.

EC is for Easter Cat, because that's when he was brought home. He was born on March 9, 2011, the day I said goodbye to both my grandparents. He's not mean to anyone, but only wants to cuddle me.

Piper was given to me by two young girls who thought it would be fun to have cats but didn't want to do the work. He was mean, aggressive, and wouldn't consistently poop in his box because he hated the litter they used. He's been with me about 1½ years now, and he's a totally different guy.

Normy came from the MI Humane Society. I went to adopt an old guy, but he was FIV+, so not a good fit. This guy kept swiping at me. He was originally named Mr. Krabs because his front left leg has two partial paws that didn't grow right. He gets around fine, but I have to do a really good job trimming his nails or they grow back into his paw. He is completely psychotic and has no impulse control. While Piper is not bonded to him, he has bonded to Piper, despite Piper's initial objections.
 

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HippieLizards

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Beardie name(s)
Daisy, Loki, Rocket, Phoenix, Mulder & Scully. Non beardie pets: Stan (Leo) Cayde (Hognose) Tillery (cat)
Aside from the 6 beardies I have a 12 year old leopard gecko named Stan,
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A Year old albino Hognose snake named Cayde,
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And a probably 8-9 year old Maine Coon cat named Tillery. :)
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Trikx

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Beardie name(s)
Mavis Clementine
We have our Beardie, a Royal Python, two cats, two rats, three Guinea Pigs and four hamsters. We're in the process of looking for a dwarf rabbit to join our little crew as well.
 

AliceClements

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We have eight cats about to give birth, and four of them have already had offspring.
We didn't know where to give them up. We decided to raise and care for them ourselves. We bought a Cat Scratching Post for them, and we go to the vet clinic every week. It's like going to work. The vet said to buy one with sisal because it's more durable ropes made of agave fibers (sisal-covered rags are more expensive). But we settled on jute. It's made up of rope and fibers from the plant of the same name. Not too durable material, but safe and economical.
 
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MiroLagy

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I used to have a beardie as an emotional support animal. Actually, I was very surprised when I discovered they could be ESA. It all began when my friend died. We got into a car accident, and I was lucky to survive. It was actually very hard for me to live through that time. I’d say it was my darkest hour. When my wife suggested getting an emotional support animal, I was like, what does ESA mean. And, the next day, I was already having fun with my beardie. I’m very grateful to him. His help for me can’t be measured. And, when I recovered, I got myself a cat. We admire each other, so that’s the life I want to live.
 
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