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Celebrities and Pets… by Christopher Ameruoso

Do celebrity whims. They even pets choose the color of dress at the Oscars. Chief Photographer star pets Christopher Ameruoso made thousands of images 500 celebrities with their dogs, lizards and even piglets.

Paris Hilton with her chihuahua named Tinkerbel.

Chris suddenly found that sometimes the star pupils to work a lot easier than with their owners. In the photo: Pamela Anderson with labrador named Star.

Sharon Osbourne with her Pomeranian puppy named Chicken (right) and a Maltese named Mini.

Megan Fox with his Vietnamese  Pig Piggy Smolls.

Jennifer Love Hewitt with his Chihuahua.

Hulk and Brooke Hogan with their Labrador Roselli.

Derek Hough with a poodle, Lady Dog-Ga.

Adrian Brody with her chihuahua named Lolly.

Actor, producer and director Henry “Fonts” Winkler with his dog, a cross between a Labrador and a poodle named Charlotte.

Denise Richards and her pets.

Star of the show “Lost” Dominic Monaghan with his hand mantis Gizmo.

Nicole Richie, who recently had to counsel in civil cases, with her Pomeranian Fox (left) and shih-tzu Honey Chile.

Actress Nicollette Sheridan with her Labrador Oliver.

Pets As Famous People

Here we’ve got awesome photo mixtures of pets and famous people. They were created by Takkota, a London-based company specializing in souvenirs.

Michael Jackson and Albert Einstein

Yoda and Audrey Hepburn

Mother Teresa and Dame Edna Everage

Bob Marley and Amy Winehouse

Mao Ce Tung and Tommy

John Wayne and Elvis

Borat and Winston Churchill

Che and Mr. T

Dr. Spock and Charlie Chaplin


Playful Pets Home Alone

Each of us has in any pet whether in the home, yard or apartment owner has the responsibility to monitor their behavior. Eternal problem is how to go on vacation without your pet? Solutions do exist, they are neighbors, friends and relatives. But they may sometimes let us simply refuse to for various reasons. Then come on the scene a little more expensive solutions, and we do not exactly popular. Such as hotels or inns, or private housing  for pets during the holidays. Sometimes just go somewhere and at your own risk, and leave them alone in the apartment or house for a few hours with the opinion that everything will be okay because it is a short time and that nothing would happen. Sometimes we are right, but mostly not. These are just some examples of what can happen when you leave pets alone at home.

Top 10 best pics with pets on PC

This is hilarious, pet sitting at a computer, surf, watch pictures, listen to music .. Is that possible? Where does this happen? The answer is: wherever we have a pet and pc.PC are always in some way attracted pets or to sleep on them or to them curiously watch.On these images are recorded really unique moments that can never happen again. Enjoy this unique and rare images of our favorite pets, and if possible make sure your computers is an area that your curious pet can not reach. :)

Rabbits – Not Always the Best Pets

There are a lot of preconceptions about rabbits. Some of these are due in part to the rabbit’s depiction in popular fiction. Bugs Bunny has given us the rabbit with an ability to wise-crack and outsmart his enemies. The tale of the “Tortoise and the Hare” portrays a lightning-fast rabbit who is overconfident in his skills. And the immortal Easter Bunny is a mysterious rabbit that delights in hiding eggs for us to find. Rabbits are also subject to an image that is heavily tied to their appearance. They are known for Long ears, shiny eyes, soft fur, and being the perfect size to pick up and squeeze. People expect the rabbit to behave accordingly with how it looks – to be innocent and sweet without presenting any problems. The fact is, neither stories nor looks can adequately give an accurate idea of how rabbits behave as pets.

While rabbits are not totally unmanageable as pets, they are not absolute saints either. The truth of how a rabbit will behave in your home lies somewhere in between. Some parents give a rabbit to their child as a pet thinking it will be easy to take care of. Others even think that rabbits can be left to their own devices inside their cages for long stretches of time, and have no plans to get a household ready to accommodate their new bunny. No potential rabbit owner should walk in blindly. Research and consultation should be done with professionals and rabbit owners to make sure there are no surprises. When deciding whether or not to get a rabbit as a pet, the key thing to remember is that owning a rabbit is not like owning a hamster, nor is it as complicated as owning a cat or a dog. Rabbits also have considerable cost that build up over the years for things such as food and hay. They should also be spayed or neutered and the cost for this will vary depending on the veterinarian you choose.

While getting a rabbit may seem like a good idea at first, many people have been left in frustration and even abandoned their rabbits out of disappointment. Don’t allow yourself or your rabbit to be in this position. Do your research about different rabbit breeds and the various ways rabbits behave. Find out about their eating habits and what types on environments they like. After looking at what you’ve found you may realize that your previous expectations don’t match with what a rabbit actually needs.

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