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Old 05-29-2013, 02:05 AM   #21
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Guinea pigs are pretty cute, but I don`t have the room to set up a proper cage for them. I can only set up tanks in my room and its pretty crowded already. The 10 gal. would be going on my dresser.
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I remember walking into pet-smart and seeing them in their tank. They reminded me much of kangaroos, but I was on a mission, and I stuck to it. Still wondering how, cause gerbils are adorable. What colors are yours?
One is brown. The other one is black/white. The one that died was tan. I have always wanted a grey one but they don't pop up in the pet store very often.
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1000 worms for 12, dang! That's a bargain!
Petsmart has 35 for like 3 bucks, so I end up wasting like 30 dollars a month just on mealworms!
Man, I'll defenetly see about that koi tank, I live in el paso, Texas, summers get to be like 105, and the coldest we got this winter was like24, so yea, that's about it
There really are no herons here, it's just desert, probably vultures are the biggest thing we have, but they won't get the fish, probably with my dogs and sulcata tortoises being around
Texas is a good place to dig a shallower pond/stream because water probably rarely freezes over? Petsmart mealworms are a ripoff. I bought my first ones there but I soon found a bunch of meal worm seller on eBay with great prices. Wow, 105 summers....... That is crazy hot! Lol.
I pretty sure vultures will only try to eat dead fish/animals. And with dogs around, I think u will be fine.
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There adorable, they have a solid black one at the local pet store that I hope mom will let me get, she hates rodents of any sort. I find them cute.
Rabbits are pretty cool,You should see where I live, there are so many wild rabbits in my yard.
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There adorable, they have a solid black one at the local pet store that I hope mom will let me get, she hates rodents of any sort. I find them cute.
Rabbits are pretty cool,You should see where I live, there are so many wild rabbits in my yard.
I caught 7 baby rabbits last year. I let them escape though cuz they wouldn't eat. I saw the mother rabbit again yesterday.
Also, I used to have voles in my backyard. We caught/killed them all. We also found the babies! They r very cute but were ruining our grass.
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Aww, we have large outside dogs and it surprised me 2 see them. I saw a fox the other night so I'm wondering how there still alive
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Aww, we have large outside dogs and it surprised me 2 see them. I saw a fox the other night so I'm wondering how there still alive
So the dogs are wild? You live in an area filled with backyard life. Lol
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Yep, its like a wild life park. if you name it, its in my yard. :p
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Yep, its like a wild life park. if you name it, its in my yard. :p
Lol. I would love to live where u r. I love animals. Btw, what state do u live in?
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Alabama, home of the crazy football fans and plenty of wildlife ,apparently.
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