Welcome to Players’ Pets. This is the time we can meet each other’s pets, and maybe get to know other players a little more.
When I post your pet pictures and story, you’ll get 1,000 Oodles! You can send them to GSNAngel@gsngames.com. Please include your user name and a few words about your pet. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, but would like to share a picture of a treasured pet from the past, or a pet in your family, please feel free to share.
This week’s adorable pets belong to 20paws9366, GIT050, and momalama,
If you missed previous posts, click to view the three most recent Player’s Pet posts:
20paws9366 – Here is a picture of our male newfoundland. He is quite a character!
GIT050 – A couple of years ago, I decided I was going to get my own place to live as I had been staying with family for quite some time. I found an older house to rent that was next door to a dear friend, now departed, and began my move. My friend asked me if I had ever seen a black cat around and I had not and never thought too much about it anymore. About two months later, I heard a noise coming from the basement, I opened the door and behold, there was this little skinny cat with hardly any hair, he had no weight to him, just a bundle of bones. I picked him up but he seemed to dislike this and tried to squirm around so I ran next door sobbing and ask my friend for some soft cat food but also thinking he would not make it, I was very upset.
After a couple of days passed, he would sneak out to eat so I paid little attention as to not frighten him. I got him some flea and worm medicine and he seemed to be doing all right. I still could not get close to him but at least felt better that he was gaining some weight. One night about three months later, I awoke to movement in my bed and there he was, cuddled so close. He now has become a great companion, not very big in size but big in heart.
The poor little cat lived off of sump pump water in the basement for months. Since he liked the old booster seat of my grandson’s, it became his bed. The label on the seat became his name. For those people that moved away and left him behind, What goes around comes around!!
momalama – Meet Toad, the family pet goldfish. He’s blub-blubbed with us now for nearly two years and enjoys his daily flakes for dinner at the Krusty Crab. He spends his days swimming around his own “Bikini Bottom” to help Mr. Krabs keep SpongeBob in check. But mostly, Toad wiggles the most while watching me play Under Sea Treasure Slots.