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1 Our Baby Girl on Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:58 pm

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Most of the people from the Dark Side have seen these pictures, but for those elsewhere I thought I would share them with you.
This is our baby girl, Ayainna. She is a 70% arctic wolf mixed with white shepherd, she is 12 years old.
O'Sota (who is my avatar) passed away about a year and a half ago now. He was a 75% Timberwolf, mixed with Malmute. He was 12 years old, we still miss him so much.




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This is O'Sota and Ayainna at a Indian Powwow in Ohio in 2006.

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2 Re: Our Baby Girl on Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:15 pm

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They are gorgeous. Sorry to hear you lost O'Sota. It is so hard to lose them. I lost my good friend and faithful dog Zeke over 10 yrs ago and I still miss him very much.











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3 Re: Our Baby Girl on Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:32 pm

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Beautiful kids, Wolfmom. I think we have a lot to learn from animals. It is so hard to say goodbye to our furbabies that we have lost. Some people don't understand.


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4 Re: Our Baby Girl on Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:47 am

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I have dogs, a cat (Miss Bitch who lives up to her name) and horses. All of them are spoiled rotten. I call my barn the Hilton due to the fact that my horses are petted and pampered and the really funny thing is that they have come to expect it. lol

These animals are our family members. Each has their own personality and funny little traits. I get very attached to my animals. My parents loved animals also. I was taught at an early age to respect your animals and they will love you unconditionally and give you all their respect back. I am a firm believer that if you can't or don't want to take the proper care of them, then just simply don't have any.

They have to be fed and watered everyday, rain or shine, cold or hot. If you can't commit to that simple act then don't get an animal. These were the words that were taught to me and I am a firm believer in them.

I get so much joy out of our "girls" and our one "outnumbered male". I love them and they give me so much love in return. I don't want to know how life is without an animal in my life.

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