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    Seriously:::

    I'm not ugly enough to scare small critters am I?

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    Gorgeous ratties! The red and blue background is a bit distracting, but I guess you have to take what they are using.
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    Hahaha great timing on that shot! I miss my ratty So full of personality they are!
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    Lol good shot Cute ratties also
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    argh! who scared who here? Looks as if it walked out and as you took the photo it got a fright. I remember doing that to my sister once.
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    What a great expression!
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    "AAAAAAAHHHHH!" Fantastic timing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miaow View Post
    Lol good shot Cute ratties also
    Quote Originally Posted by calmaxgan View Post
    What a great expression!
    Quote Originally Posted by Raven136 View Post
    "AAAAAAAHHHHH!" Fantastic timing!
    hehe thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Cathi View Post
    Hahaha great timing on that shot! I miss my ratty So full of personality they are!
    I know, I have 2 charming brothers who just accomplished their 2years old milestone on the weekend and I'm cherishing as many moments as I can with them because they leave us far too soon

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    Gorgeous ratties! The red and blue background is a bit distracting, but I guess you have to take what they are using.
    I agree I use nicer backgrounds for their pint sized portraits, but this happened as i was sitting with them during play time whilst taking some candids for my own momentos

    Quote Originally Posted by 41jas View Post
    argh! who scared who here? Looks as if it walked out and as you took the photo it got a fright. I remember doing that to my sister once.
    Lol, that's gold! Do you still have the photo?

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    cool!

    more raty pics please!

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    lol, don't encourage me !! I have folders upon folders of them...

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    show them!

    SHOW THEM!!!

    They are just so different to the usual pets

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    lol they're not that different. But they really are a pet that you need to own in order to understand - I think it's harder for people to accept that they can have a personality just like a dog or cat without experiencing first hand the joys of companionship.

    As per your request here's another... makes me think of the line in little red riding hood "my grandma, what big teeth you have!"



    They can smile!


    They do silly things...


    And test my patience when I'm taking photos



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    Ahahahaah!!! i love em!
    thanks for sharing!

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    nice little tackers. By the look of the first shot, you scared the poor little thing.
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    Some serious looking teeth there! You had me laughing in the first shot..you sure surprised rattie eh! LOL

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    Glad you like them Ving lol

    Thanks for the comments Kerry and Graeme. I think it's funny they look so comical when they yawn, its worth sharing now and then

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    Oh I definately agree Wulfs kingdom! Well worth sharing!

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