These are the pictures of me and Kame πŸ™‚

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Note: This is a re-post because mommy is currently very busy, so we can’t write much at the moment…but, we will soon back to normal next week πŸ™‚

Hope you guys have a not so busy week πŸ™‚


About Kroten

My name is taken from Schildkroten (Turtles in German). I am a morph Red ear Slider. My Mommy adopted me on March 19, 2008. I am the oldest in Novroz's turtle family :)

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  1. We like seeing old posts, don’t work too hard Mommy xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  2. Theresa says:

    Aw, it looks like you turtles are worshipping the sun with the necks stretched up like that πŸ™‚

  3. Misaki says:

    my mummy is crazy busy too so I know how you feel. Hope it eases up for you soon

  4. Deb says:

    Tell mommy not to work too hard! πŸ™‚

  5. kewkew says:

    I have been here for such a long time. So sorry. Very cute pictures.
    Stopping by for Wordless Wednesday. Would love for you to stop by and share

  6. indrani says:

    This is cute!
    Take care!
    Happy WW!

  7. DrillerAA says:

    They are quite the handsome pair, now aren’t they. Nicely captured as well. Happy WW.

  8. Jennifer says:

    If you haven’t joined us for Wordless Wednesday on The Jenny Evolution, today’s the day to get in on this fun linky! See you there.

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

  9. Found you through bloghop! My sapiens use to have two red ear sliders too!

  10. Athena says:

    My mum is very busy too. Have a great Wednesday!

  11. Carol Bryant says:

    Happy Wordless Wednesday from the BlogPaws Blog Hop!

  12. Binky says:

    I really like the perspective of that first photo, with you in front and both of you have the same pose.

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  14. Hi, my two little turtles did court to each other!!! Super cute^^ Did yours lay any eggs???

  15. Donna says:

    Hahaha! Nice photos!

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