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Amber
Domestic Shorthair
Female

Spazzy, friendly kitty who loves treats, feather toys & snuggles

Amber
Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Female
Amber
Domestic Shorthair
Female

Amber is the resident "old fogey" and my starter cat of sorts. She's stoic, friendly and is in a constant state of hungry. She still plays and likes to terrorize our poor, long suffering pooch by just standing in his way and refusing to move. My parents acquired Amber (she was a feral cat) when I was just about 3 yrs old, so I don't have any memories of her not being around. She's tolerated me bringing in five other cats, a dog, three birds, two hamsters, a rabbit, fish, turtles and lizards in her home for many years, and for that I think she is amazing.

Amber crossed the rainbow bridge on 4/14/2011 after being diagnosed with cancer.

AMBER
Rhodesian Ridgeback
Female

Enjoys chasing HUGE STICKS, on land or in water....of course w/my Mommy or Daddy.
I have a best friend, Kayla, black lab where we sometimes swim 2gether.

Amber
Labrador Retriever
Female

Amber loves taking care of her brother, Sam. She licks his ears and eyes to clean them daily. Amber is funny and silly. We love her with all our being.

Amber
Ferret
Female

Amber came to us via the pet store as someone had brought her back saying she was vicious. She was undernourished and ravinous when we got her home. We figured who ever got her didn't feed her enough or correctly and that probably made her a little cranky. She is a sweet heart now and we enjoy her enormously.

Amber
Russian Blue
Female

Hi!
Well, as for me, I enjoy annoying other kitties with a passion. I love to chase them and paw them in the face. It's great fun. And they overlook it because compared to them, I'm still just a very small kitten.

Amber's sad story:
We found Amber when we moved to Phoenix. She may have been dumped. When we found her, she was malnourished and her back teeth were rotting and she had tapeworm. She was only five months old, the size of a three month old cat when we found her. Our Amber girl is a survivor