Oh boy, I think I'll win the prize here...in a few years I'll be that crazy old woman living down the street with all ther cats, haha....
I have 5 indoor cats.
Frankie, a big 14 yr old Lilac Point Siamese who is psycho but getting mellower in his senior years. He has a fused knee in his rear leg so he walks around like a pirate with a wooden leg.
Mr. Peterman, all black 5 year old boy, another psycho cat nobody else wanted, hates all of the other cats and lets me know by peeing on my bed once or twice a month.
Miss Dottie, a 12 year old Tortie I took home from the shelter for hospice care 2 years ago, at 8 lbs, now up to a whopping 15 lbs and thriving
Bootsie, a 6 year old big tabby boy with - you guessed it - 4 white feet, I took him home from the shelter where he had been for 2 years because he has FIV, a total Sweetheart
Little Inka, 2 year old tabby that showed up in my yard starving, skin and bones, nursing a litter of 6 kittens. Found homes for the kittens but had to keep her, total love.
Then there is Sir Talksalot, a sweet tiger boy who loves to talk that showed up over the summer abandoned by some neighbors who moved away. He does not want to come inside the house so he has his own little house outside.
I have one dog, Catori, a 13 year old Swedish Lapphund. She was also a rescue and I'm afraid this will be her last winter with me.
Then I have a colony of feral cats in my backyard. Started out with about 14 cats when I moved into my house, trapped all but 2 which I never was able to catch, all spayed and neutered now, so nore more kittens. Down to about nine now, some disappeared. They have a feeding station in my backyard and some dog igloos for shelter.
And then I currently have a little foster dog I named Loki. He is about 15 months now and came to the shelter at 6 months old, abused and terrified of everyone and everything. I've had him for about 10 weeks now and he is making great progress, but he will need a very understanding home. (So far he's destroyed 4 pairs of shoes, 1 blood pressure monitor and a case for my reading glasses.)
So there, one crazy animal person signing off, haha.
PS: And then there are about 1100 animals waiting at the shelter where I work every day.