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The Wild Beasts of Light Reading

You visit Light Reading every day, know our editors by name and have maybe even posted a message or contributed content. Yet, we're guessing the big question on your mind is, "What kind of crazy creatures do these people have at home?!"

Well, we've gone ahead and granted your holiday wish. In the following slideshow, we've compiled an array of photos of the animals of Light Reading editors. By no means is this a comprehensive compilation -- some of us could fill our own slideshow with our menagerie! This is simply a small sampling of our fuzzy friends, some a bit odder than others. There's always more where this came from. (See The Best Cat Selfies of 2015.)

So click on the hyperactive cat below and snuggle up to your own tiny beasts at home. Happy New Year from Light Reading!

Pipsqueak the Terror
Pipsqueak, more commonly known as Pippy, leads the pack as possibly the most aggressive of the bunch. She's a tried-and-true, plant-gnawing guard cat. She eats like a sumo wrestler and likes serious conversations with rodents, though she's incredibly loyal and sweet when she approves of people. She's Special Features and Copy Editor Eryn Leavens's three-year old rescue lion.
Pipsqueak, more commonly known as Pippy, leads the pack as possibly the most aggressive of the bunch. She's a tried-and-true, plant-gnawing guard cat. She eats like a sumo wrestler and likes serious conversations with rodents, though she's incredibly loyal and sweet when she approves of people. She's Special Features and Copy Editor Eryn Leavens's
three-year old rescue lion.

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brooks7 1/11/2016 | 12:47:19 PM
Re: Hairballs Dear Steve,

I have only one thing to say to you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsbYx6hevoQ

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TeleWRTRLiz 1/11/2016 | 12:36:57 PM
Re: Hairballs Who insulted our gecko and how did I miss it? 
Steve Saunders 1/11/2016 | 12:18:12 PM
Re: Hairballs sold him to a medical research facility when i reacquired the company  
brooks7 1/11/2016 | 11:02:01 AM
Re: Hairballs Where the heck is Larry the Monkey...been a LONG time since we have sen him?

 

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kq4ym 1/10/2016 | 2:15:38 PM
Re: Hairballs Cute Wild Beasts! Around our southwest Florida neighborhoods there are unfortunately way too many abandoned cats and dogs. An acquaintance of mine here, now has eight felines and two dogs that have been rescued. I don't know how anyone can find the time to take on that much, but what a heart!
Steve Saunders 1/1/2016 | 11:01:41 AM
Re: Hairballs "The gecko seems barely a step above a houseplant." If here's a better comment on the Internet in 2016 I have yet to read it.
Susan Fourtané 12/31/2015 | 11:29:20 PM
Re: Hairballs Bulk, don't you think 13 pets is enough? It's only one small portion of the total pets! I want to know how many pets LR has in total. :D -Susan
thebulk 12/31/2015 | 10:08:00 PM
Re: Hairballs When I lived in Rhode Island there was a guy next to me that had two chickens as pets, he would give take them for a walk with his dog. Thats a funny sight walking around a city block. 
thebulk 12/31/2015 | 10:06:36 PM
Re: Hairballs Perhaps you guys need a more pet friendly policy? 
Susan Fourtané 12/31/2015 | 5:56:41 PM
Re: Hairballs The chicken is quite funny. No hamsters, goldfish, something else?
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