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Sun, Nov. 6th, 2005 07:23 pm
I hate kids

We have some company right now; a family of a billion (err more like seven). The dad, mom, older brother who's a prat, a twelve year old girl that's really nice, a little six year old girl, and an eight year old boy.
I showed the older girl some of my rats; Padma, Parvati, Muffin, and Regulus and let her hold two and gave the other two to the little ones.
It was fine at first but then the brat...errr boy reminded me why I hate kids being around my rats. First he put Padma on the cat tower (loaded with cat smell). She started clinging to the tower in fright and he kept pulling at her. I didn't know because my back was turned but then I heard the squeals she made and she only makes those noises when she's frightened. I told him to back off and got her off (she proceeded to hide in my boobs). Then I turn around and Regulus (my teeny 12 week old) is on the floor! I make my 'come here' noise (kissy noise) and he runs to me (what a good boy!)
Then I turn to the kids and tell them they can't hold the rats anymore. I get Muffin and Parvati back from the older girl (the rats didn't want to leave her hehe) and put them away.
Then the brat (boy) goes into my room! Before I got the rats out in the beginning, I told them that <i>I</i> would go into my room and that my room was OFF LIMITS (it's messy from being cleaned). So he goes into my room and WILL NOT LEAVE! He opens the door to my girl cage which contains to rats that nip first and ask questions later. At this point I lose my temper and kinda yell at him to get out. I don't usually yell at guest's kids but I was at the end of my rope!
So, the dinner is outdoors but because the kids are in the house I can't join in on the conversations (politics)! Ack, the brat just opened the door to my room AGAIN! Hahaha the father was there and yelled at him. Sweet justice.
So the whole lot of them are brats except for the twelve year old girl. She's actually more mature then her dad!
Grrr I want a lock to my door.

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cartoondoggy
cartoondoggy
Sara
Mon, Nov. 7th, 2005 03:36 am (UTC)

:-( For your poor scared ratties.


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weaz3l
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Aleks
Mon, Nov. 7th, 2005 04:38 am (UTC)

I fucking hate crumbsnatchers. Too bad they didn't bite the worthless little sniveling piece of shit snot fucker.


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witherwings7
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Agent 27
Mon, Nov. 7th, 2005 07:05 am (UTC)

Hehe, thanks.
The rat is still pretty shaken up, poor thing.


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axe_girl
axe_girl
Dana
Fri, Nov. 11th, 2005 12:03 am (UTC)

Gah, little kids and rats. *most* little kids around are really really good with them, I almost find that they're best of all around 4 or 5, but once they're about 8 they think they know everything. I've had my rats around so many good kids, who are really into them, and totally get it when you tell them they have to be quiet and teach them to pat with one finger along the back...but some kids just don't understand when you say that it's time for them to go home or whatever...but I totally understand. When I was about 10 my Mom let a kid of about 3 play with my mouse *unsupervised*, so he built a Lego house for him, and of course he escaped and was never seen again.


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witherwings7
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Agent 27
Fri, Nov. 11th, 2005 12:49 am (UTC)

*nods*
When families adopt from me I always ask them how their kids are with little animals. Ya know, since it's going to be a family pet, the kids NEED to be gentle.
I notice that too, all the families with little children are more enjoyable to work with. The kids are giddy about holding the rat and they are very gentle and coo at it. The older kids (6 to 11 it seems) tend to think that the rat is a play thing and aren't as gentle. This is a 'general' thing and not 100% of course.


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