Tuesday, August 21, 2018

3. What are the other animals in the house like?


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22 Responses to “3. What are the other animals in the house like?”
  1. Amy says:

    There is a cat. Fiesty

  2. Alana says:

    Older or none at all. I don’t get anything.

  3. Jen says:

    “They’re my friends (I sense Jackson thinks everyone is his friend!) They’re getting used to me and my ways, my energy.”

    I sense a cat who is not thrilled with the newcomer, maybe two cats.

    I see a bird and snake.

    Also see a larger dog, golden retriever- symbolic for friendly and playful?

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  4. Belinda says:

    all I see is a white bird, a Cock-a-too I think they are called, noisy …

  5. Julie says:

    a yellow bird (canary maybe) and a white cat

  6. Marion says:

    Cat, dark in color and a hamster or other small animal.

  7. Ellen Dana says:

    He’s most interested in the cat. They play together but sometimes the cat is not nice to him and tries to sneak up on him. Sometimes the cat hurts him with his claws. He knows he’s not trying to hurt him just he plays to hard.

  8. brenda says:

    a cat who sleeps alot….not much fun for puppy. but the company is nice…the day is long.

  9. Elizabeth says:

    He looks at alot of animals out his window, a squirrel and birds. He thinks there may be a cat hiding somewhere, he has not seen him lately…

  10. Cole says:

    He doesn’t like being around them that much. He wants to sleep and eat but it’s hard to do with so many around.

  11. Kari says:

    There is a grey cat who doesn’t pay him much attention most of the time and then when he feels like it likes to rub against him.

  12. Barbara says:

    Is there a bird in the house? A cockatiel (sp)?

    OK, I said, “Jackson, what are the other animals in the house like,” and got an image of a one year old blond baby boy? (I’m totally just spitting out what comes in to my head here)

    Is there a cat with black, grey and white fur?

  13. Sandy says:

    cat – gray or gray and white, adult dog – black, named Buster

  14. Sandy says:

    a woman, she is fun, loves to play with Jackson, gives him lots of attention

  15. Julie Cefalo says:

    Birds (little ones)…2 of them like lovebirds or bluebirds in a cage. Older gray cat not really interested in playing with or engaging with the pup

  16. Joe Polivick says:

    I get a feeling from him that the other animals are too quiet. Then, I see an image of a black cat. Finally, I see an image of bugs crawling around [Jackson considers them animals, too].

  17. Sal Birch says:

    I’m not sensing specifics….
    There may be cats….possibly an older dog?
    The other animals in the house feel older, more mature if so. I feel they kind of tolerate some of Jackson’s puppy behavior with a sigh, shake of their head and a comment of how he’s being SO puppyish in his actions.
    I don’t feel any animosity.
    More of they might shake their head at some of his actions, and then become lost in thoughts of things they themselves did when they were so young.

  18. daniellemackinnon says:

    This is cool.
    Jackson was recently rescued from (I think) Tennessee. He traveled in a rescue transport up about six weeks ago-ish.
    In his current home, Jackson lives with several cats, an older dog and another puppy. The older dog is pretty small (the size of a extra large guinia pig or medium-sized rabbit. There is also a birds nest near one of the windows in his home-as well as plenty of windows through which he can watch the birds. He can also see the squirrels running around outside the home.

    In his old “home” in TN, he tells me he spent a lot of time outside with the birds–and it was very green, grass etc.

    Here’s the tally from what you all received:
    Cats: 19
    Birds:7
    Snake: 1
    Dog: 3
    Hamster/Squirrel/Other small animal: 2
    Woman: 1 (that made me laugh!)
    Bugs: 1

    Rather than looking at this and thinking “oh, I didn’t get XYZ,” what about looking at it and realizing that you got exactly the info you were supposed to get. The question was worded “what are the other animals in the house like” which, could apply to ANY house and ANY time. Good job guys!

  19. Carol says:

    As Danielle mentioned, Jackson does live with several cats, an older dog and another puppy. The older dog is named Irwin and is a pug.

    I thought all the bird comments were interesting. The house next door has birds and squirrels nesting in the roof. Jackson can hear (and maybe see) what’s going on there.

    There were three referencees to a gray cat. That was especially good for me to see as my eldest cat who was gray passed away just over a year ago. It’s comforting to know that he is here and keeping an eye on things! One of the other cats is black, gray, and white just as someone mentioned.

  20. Sarah says:

    They sometimes play with me. I have a special friend, Bruno, who plays most. Some of the others try to ignore me but I won’t let them. Everyone needs to have more fun!

  21. Alexandra Hopkins says:

    My mistress has one female Siamese cat. She stays away from me and pretty much ignores me. I stay away from her because she doesn’t like me and isn’t interested in me. I would like to play with her but she’s not interested and could hurt my nose with her claws (which she’s done when I got too close).

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