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Do you like having pets sleep with you at night??
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Its fine. But I only did it one time...it was my sisters dog, I couldnt sleep since we had to sleep 3 on one bed, so I went to the living room where the dog slept, and then I decide to sleep on the couch, suddenly the dog jumped up and laid next to me, it would be mean to push it away so I just let it sleep beside me, but sometimes its annoying cause there are not much space. But they keep you warm
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I have pet dander allergies. My dog is outside of the house at all times.
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Tried.
Bitch bit me when I tried to move in.
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NO!
My mother sleeps in my bethroom (because she can't stant my father's snores), so my dog clims to her bed and when I go to the bathroom at night he thinks I'm a buggler and growls me and tries to bit me.
It's not nice when it's 3:00, you can't resist but you're too afraid to go to the bath
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Kippu wrote:

I used to two have birds that would crawl under my sheets when ever they would get scared.
Since they were so small, I would never notice them climbing inside, I kicked them occasionally, not knowing they were in there. =__=;
You'd think they would learn the first 4 times to stop climbing inside the blankets..


[p.s]
for anyone that reads this and wonders "why didn't you just lock them in their cage?"
The reason is, when they're locked up in there, and they get scared, they start to fly and bang themselves aggressively to the bars, trying to break them, so they can run away and be safe. It was worse locking them up, since in the mornings they would be bleeding. =__=;
reckless cockatiels.


Your birds are way weird. I have lovebirds and a parakeet they always stay in their cages. They only come to me if I have food in my hand, and they love to bite. How did you get yours to be so friendly?
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bxd wrote:

i hate to keep pets... So no way..........



what she said.

also why would u let somthing that runs arround the heighbor hood all day getin into god only knows what sleep in your bed.
Also on top of that they have fleas and can carry ticks and other paracites. ....... AND they shed.
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Posted 10/23/08
i'm scared that I'd squish them
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Posted 10/23/08
I don't have a pet.
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some times i got 2 dogs and a cat both are terriers when they get in my bed they like to burrow underneath the sheets so kind of annoying
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Ewww... you know animals can't wipe their ass when they poo right ?!! So the "leftover" will be shared on your bed.
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Posted 10/23/08
I dont have a pet.
But i do like it when pets snuggle close to you
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my cat sleeps with me ^_^ she snuggles up to me ^.^ and sleeps like a human, under the covers with it covering on arm and the other ontop of the sheet ^^
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My doggies dont rly sleep with me more like on me! xD i <3 them 2 death and tho it's hard 4 a great dane, a siberian husky & me to sleep on a twin bed full of stuffed animals. it all works out in the end
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Lena_08 wrote:

Your birds are way weird. I have lovebirds and a parakeet they always stay in their cages. They only come to me if I have food in my hand, and they love to bite. How did you get yours to be so friendly?


It's not that hard. When you first buy your bird, they should first learn two commands. Which is:
"step up"
" step down"
These commands should be used for when you want your bird to step up on your finger, or step down from your finger. After you master those two commends the rest follows, you can easily teach them how to eat from your fingers, poty train, tell them to stay, get you your hair scrunchy... O___O

You just need to practice it for a few hours until they understand the two words, and the two commands.
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Posted 10/23/08
my cat helps me keep warm in winter though sometimes she just sits and attacks my feet..
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