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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Squirrels appear to be ESFPs if that helps.
    My pet squirrel was more of an INFP. But she was one of the nocturnal flying variety, so maybe that's a bit different from a regular squirrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    My pet squirrel was more of an INFP. But she was one of the nocturnal flying variety, so maybe that's a bit different from a regular squirrel.

    Awww you had a pet squirrel? that's so cool. I adore squirrels, in the summer I go out to the garden and they live in a huge tree at the end, they are always messing up my lawn burying their nuts and then they forget where they left them and dig everywhere.

    Still cute, I especially love it when the young squirrels start emerging.

    They are grey suirrels though, you americans killed most of our red ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Squirrels appear to be ESFPs if that helps.
    <snort> Have you been watching the antics in my backyard?

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    I've had cats all my life; they've all had distinct personalities. I have a one year old and watching her grow and develop a 'style' all her own has been fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahara View Post
    Awww you had a pet squirrel? that's so cool.
    It was great. A friend of ours rescued a baby flying squirrel from his cats and mended it and nursed it back to health. He wasn't able to keep it, and he feared it wouldn't survive in the wild, so he gave it to us. At first we named it Hamilton because there was a little nub in its genital area which we assumed was a penis. Then I hooked up with some flying squirrel enthusiasts online and one of them told me that it was a girl, so we changed her name to Hamiltina.

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    I think my dachshund may be an ENFJ...though either way, she's definitely Fe dominant. She also sits in the sun during the summertime as if she's contemplating life, so I figured that she has an Ni secondary function.

    I didn't know that people kept squirrels for pets, though. Ivy, where do you live? (City or country, I mean.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I think my dachshund may be an ENFJ...though either way, she's definitely Fe dominant. She also sits in the sun during the summertime as if she's contemplating life, so I figured that she has an Ni secondary function.

    I didn't know that people kept squirrels for pets, though. Ivy, where do you live? (City or country, I mean.)
    Suburbs. They're unusual pets, but some people do breed them and sell the babies. They bond tightly to their favorite human and will ride around in a chest pocket. We've considered buying another one since we loved having our first so much.

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    Racoons as pets. It would be like having a three year old that could climb. Brighten Farms could make money selling child proofing items.

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    No kidding! You'd have to pay me to have a raccoon as a pet.

    Skunks, I hear, are quite docile and sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Skunks, I hear, are quite docile and sweet.
    And they smell nice, too.

    And do people have chipmunks for pets?

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