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Pets of Dalhousie: Meet Miss Spooky Bones, Ruger, Razz, Opal, Garnet and Peach
Miss Spooky Bones is a ball python and one of the pets that live with Christin Roper, a graphic designer with Communications, Marketing and Creative Services.
(Find information on how to submit your own pet's profile at the bottom of this profile).
Miss Spooky Bones
Name: Miss Spooky Bones (she looks like she has a bunch of 'o's on her sides and bones along her back)
Species/breed: Ball Python
Age: unknown (rescue)
Fave food: No comment ;)
Special tricks: She does 'disappear' pretty well.
Best quality: very calm, eats every few weeks.
Name: Ruger (he is a former show cat and his name was 'Jessie James', we didn't like that but wanted to pay tribute somehow.)
Species: Smoke coat Oriental Shorthair
Fave food: literally ANYTHING!
Special tricks: Making his food bag materialize out of the cupboard.
Best quality: Incredibly cuddly
Razz, Opal, Garnet and Peach
Names: from left to right: Razz, Opal, Garnet, Peach
Age: 7 months (they started laying two weeks ago!)
Fave food: Grapes
Special tricks: They know 'come here'... As long as 'here' has grapes!
Best quality: The eggs, of course!
Want to tell the Dal community about your beloved pet? Forward along your image(s) and information using the above categories to firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about this series on Dal News. And don't forget to check out the previous pets we've featured in this space this month, including Hamish, Maple, Paulomer, Declan, Hermes and Loki, Billie Jean, Clover, Hamilton, pets of ORS, Toby, Leo, Hattie, Bella and Blue, Mai, Piper and Griffin, Lucy, as well as those from previous months:
The month in pets: January
The month in pets: February
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