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Old 06-02-2008, 04:45 PM   #11
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Ah, that makes sense... Like I said, pardon my ignorance! I think I'd use the stick all the time!!! LOL
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No worries. lol That's how we learn.
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Great pictures Cindy. They are gorgeous creatures. I bet with all the pets you have that you are quite comfortable with many pets that many of us would not get our fingers near.
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Old 06-03-2008, 10:37 PM   #14
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LOL That is probably true Anne.
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Cindy, Sorry, my post was meant more tongue in cheek than it came across. I also know pitbulls that I would trust and more chiahuahuas that I wouldn't
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LOL Same here. No harm no foul.
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I`ve gotten so I put their food in with a knife or a kabob stick but I have not gotten to the hand feeding yet for my snowflake eel. Have not gotten over the fear factor yet. LOL. Great pics Cindy.
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Old 06-04-2008, 05:20 PM   #18
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I really want to get another eel. I loved my old snowflake eel. He had so much personality.

I am just to scared that a new eel would at the cleaner shrimps I am planning on having. That would be one expensive snack.
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Cindy, Isn't that like saying my pitbull is great with my kids?
Leave pitbulls out of this. Pit bulls can be great with kids. Owners make their dogs. Either purposely or through omission.

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Many of the news media reports are misidentified dogs anyway.
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Let's stay on topic. cmor has already mentioned their comment was tongue-in-cheek. There's no reason to derail the thread.
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