California Ground Squirrel
Spermophilus beecheyi, the common California Ground Squirrel. They grow up to 11 inches with a bushy tail up to 9 inches and inhabit grasslands and savannah.
The California Ground Squirrel, Otospermophilus beecheyi, can be found all over the western U.S. They live in holes in the ground, which are sometimes communal.
Scientifically known as felis catus, the common house cat provides pest control, a portable lap warmer and an endless supply of fur.
Chinchilla hail from the Andes mountains in South America. They've made a comeback after facing extinction from being over-hunted for their soft, dense fur.
Canis latrans, the defiant song-dog of the American continent. They range from Alaska to Mexico and east from the Pacific Coast to the Great Lakes.
The German Shepherd is a large-sized breed of domestic dog originating in Germany in the late 1800's. Their coloration is mostly blacks, browns and some whites.
The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is native to North America. This omnivorous mammal is generally nocturnal and best known for its distinctive bandit's mask.
Rats are intelligent and social creatures, often being quite affectionate and playful pets. Rats can be found worldwide and are adaptable to many environments.
Skunks are black and white mammals that secrete a foul smelling liquid from anal scent glands which they use as defensive weaponry.
A Tabby cat is characterized by its fur coat which is striped or spotted in light and dark markings. A true Tabby has a natural M marking on their forehead.