Brittany's Other Pets
All about Xiaoling
When it comes to reading a dog’s body language there are many movements and gestures to pay attention to. Some of the gestures are easy to understand. A growling dog is sending a clear message and very few people will mistake the intention of that message. It means that the dog is uncomfortable and you should immediately back off or back away. The growl will likely also come with other gestures like standing forward, ears pointing forward and possibly raised fur. A broad wagging tail is also a clear sign usually associated with happiness and alertness.
- Brittany Rankin
- Province, Country:
- MD, United States
- Chinese Hamster
- Date of Birth:
- Date of Death
- December 2, 2004
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A Tribute to Xiaoling
Our Chinese hamster, Xiaoling, died today--December 2, 2004.
He will be missed by his "Aunt Tara" (cat) and "Uncle Rusty" (cat) and by his mom, Brittany, and his grandparents, Benay and Gary.
We hope that in "Hamster Heaven" (Neverland), he'll have plenty of sunflower and pumpkin seeds and a nice wheel to run on. He likes that. He was timid and shy.
Bye, Xiaoling. Say hello to Little Georgie, Little B. and Tiny Benny for us.
Love, Brittany, Benay, Gary, Rusty and Tara