Hey everyone, just wanted to introduce myself a bit. I live in Quebec, Canada and I am a huge animal lover. I especially love canines and felines (the exotic ones in particular) but all animals are welcomed in my home! I often volunteer in shelters, worldwide organizations that help unfortunate families in Cuba, Peru, Ethiopia, etc... and I love photography too!
I come from Romania, where I grew up along my grandmother's wolfdog, Rex. I've owned, and worked with farm animals of all kinds including horses, donkeys, goats, chicken, geese, , exotic pets including hedgehogs, hamsters, chinchillas, lizards, snake, small birds, a gray squirrel, a mouse, chipmunks, a wildcat hybrid and an African deer I rescued from poachers in Ethiopia (while I was on a trip, I love trips, going on hikes, discovering new things, learning about the world in general!) and of course, the usual cats and dogs.
I currently have 4 cats, 2 geckos, a silver fox and will have a NGSD (New Guinea dingo) around, if not on February 1, 2013. This spring 2013, I will get another fox kit, of a very rare color morph, either a champagne (with blue or pink eyes) or a cinnamon platinum.
In the future, I plan on adopting a serval or a bobcat, a horse, a wolfdog and eventually, maybe a horse, but for that, I'd need a farm.
That makes a lot of animals, I'm aware of that, but it's nothing I've never been used to before. I love animals, they're like family to me and I could not live without them!
So yeah, this is pretty much it. I will post some pictures and share stories from time to time about my little critters, and help others with their domestic/farm/exotics if they ever need help. I like being there for others, one thing I forgot to mention earlier! Hope it won't bother anyone! I already have some pictures uploaded on my Luccistar on deviantART
Can't wait to read stories about your little fur friends, and to help others with their animals! Also if one of you ever has any kind of problem with their exotic pet/wildlife they found I'm there to help.
PS: that little fox in the picture, it's my associate's deceased marble fox named Kira.