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Trouble got his name because every time you would walk into the room he would bark at you and when you would talk to him he would argue with you. He's seems like a big (95lbs) dog but he's really a mama's boy... Trouble is very smart and he can turn the lights on and off, and open the back door as he pleases. He had not figured out how to open the front door yet because the door handle is different. He loves lasers, hide and seek, catch and chase. He get's along great with other dogs, cats and kids. Trouble will bark at you wanting you to play but because of his loud and deep bark he usually scars people instead. Trouble also spends most of his day with his brother Spider (90lbs) who loves to climb, run and jump.
Trouble was bought at Petsmart when I decided I needed another fish. At the time I didn't know she wasn't a Goldfish because she was in the Goldfish tank. Her kind was the tank next door which the African Cichlid's were getting out of and into the Goldfish tank. I took her home and put her with my Goldfish, Sunny and Speckle and immediately she began attacking them. She got Sunny really stressed out and I decided I needed to get a second tank just for Trouble. At Petsmart they told me later that Goldfish and African Cichlid's don't get along which I had already figured out. In the new tank I bought Trouble her own tank decoration as well as her fish's kind of food. In the new tank she wouldn't eat her food, she had gotten used to eating goldfish flakes so I ended up back at the store looking for her food in flake form. After finding that she ate it fine. Later I watched Trouble in her new tank and she started removing stones from under her decoration. Soon after I went to do something and came back in and didn't see a fish. It was only a three gallon tank so where do you lose a fish in one of those. Well I watched the tank and a few seconds later Trouble comes out from under the decoration. She started doing this a lot and even began pushing stones out from under the decoration. I thought the decoration was going to end up on top of her and kill her but it never did instead there was a heat wave and not enough air in the room and that killed her. Her life story will be in my book: My Pets and Their Lives.
Trouble has the devil in her eye but an angel in her heart.
we got trouble at only 2 weeks old because her mom died shortly after birth. she has been a joy and a great addition to our family. and yes she definately lives up to her name
Trouble has passed.
He's convinced that he spent his primary years with squirels. When he was still a kitten he adopted his new family and an Australian Shepard named Frigga adopted him, so he's not sure if he's a cat, a dog, or, a squirrel. When Frigga died, he was very sad and went into deep mourning until he adopted his new puppy, Valkyrie. He takes good care of his little sister. He cleans her, baps her when she's bad(and bites her eyebrow) and plays with her. He begrudgingly gets along with his cousin Baldur. When he gets mad at you, watch out. He uses hus paws like fists and beats up your toes. He leaves some pretty mean bruises. He's also scitzo, but luckily all the personalities answer to the same name, or variations there of. We all love our Critter-Cat.