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    Pignic in the Park

    Whilst some of Brisbane were enjoying feasting on brains at the zombie walk, we decided to visit Pignic in the Park hosted by the Cavy Sanctuary. There were lots of guinea pigs and their humans pigniccing in the park, with stalls and competitions and displays for all to enjoy. A few dogs visited, some rats and even a cockatiel. Cutest thing we saw all day was a little piggy following his owner around, he didnt even need a lead!!

    Some of the pignic & stalls


    Pigniccers enjoying the shade of a nice tree


    Sally the guinea pig


    Attack of the rat!


    A puppy enjoying his day out... his name is Notso (short for not so good lol)


    Some of our rats went along as PR for a local club, they enjoyed the cool breezes and chilling in their hammocks when they werent out scaring... i mean entertaining people
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    Haha I love their little rat beds.
    Thanks for looking....Cheers,
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    They sure know how to live a life of luxury!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41jas View Post
    Haha I love their little rat beds.
    Me too, rats are such characters. I'd love to have one but with 5 cats . . .
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    Looks like a fun day out Cute little beds for the rats
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    Lol, the cats would think all their xmas's came at once if you brought a few ratties home Odille - I've seen you tube videos of cats & rats getting along, but I dont think I'd trust them.

    It's a great day out Cat! This is the first year we've visited and it's very family orientated. I wish I got photos of the piggies in their halloween costumes!

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    Hey, nice series... documents the day really well! Have to remember that dog's name....so funny....mind you, I reckon I could call all my pets that!
    I also enjoyed seeing your rat beds...they are just too cute.
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    NICE set of photos - enjoyed looking at them. Love the Attack of the Rat.
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    Thanks Lani I love interesting pets names. I've met a dog called Hey You before, and it suits him so well!

    Thanks Mike, glad you liked them!

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