I've got 2 orange bishop weavers, 2 house sparrows, 2 peafowl, 1 indian ringneck parrot, 3 coturnix quail, 4 frillback pigeons, 3 himalayan rabbits and 29 mini satin rabbits. Previous pets include zebra finches, budgies, box turtle, mice, coronet cavies, american cavies, a variety of chickens (polish, brahma, nankin and dutch were my favorites), corn snake, millipede, labrador retrievers, golden retriever, pomeranian, mixed breed dog, cardian welsh corgis, some cats, a quarter horse, betta fish, plus about 10-15 other breeds of rabbit and maybe 5 or 6 other breeds of pigeon.
4-5 cats (two of them will run off for a bit and then come back, but we normally have 4 cats at our house), 2 ducks, 1 lab/bloodhound, 1 German Shepard, and 2 rabbits. We want more ducks this summer because we recently lost 4.
Nope, too expensive here too but luckily not as expensive as that, that's quite high. Here a 36" with door is about $80 ish which isn't in my budget for something that small. Sorry to hear it's that much, it's a lot! Maybe NIC grids instead?
It is either our cat Smokey (grey) who is 9–10 or Patches (orange) who is more than 6 (we have no idea what his exact age is just that he is more than 6). They are both rescues so there is no way to be sure.
TPBM has a rescue