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Old 04-27-2011, 05:15 PM   #71
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He's in a smoking cessation program now so... *fingers crossed*
well I used chantix and it worked great
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Old 04-27-2011, 05:36 PM   #72
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Alright I already posted it in the other pet thread but here's my boy Schlomo..he has some bad habits

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OMG! That's some bad kitty! Hilarious! And I thought my Chunky was being funny munching on a glass plate.
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Old 04-27-2011, 05:51 PM   #73
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well I used chantix and it worked great
Sadly it's not yet approved for felines
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Sadly it's not yet approved for felines
I wish him luck
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Reiner, awww, hes cute!!! in case I missed it somewhere whats your plans with him/her?
Well I rescued him when he was 3 weeks old and the plan is to release him once the weather is nice enough. I worry about releasing him now but iv talked with other people who have rescued squirrels and they all say that even though he will be a little older it's still better in the long run for him to get in the wild with other squirrels, and they assure me he will be able to learn to survive. I do feel bad about keeping him in a cage because he's soo active. So it will be bitter sweet to release him!!
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Maybe he'll come back to visit! You could put an identification ring on his ankle so you'd know it's him.
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Lol. You know if you come into this thread on the 5th page like I did, and see the posts asking "how is your horse goldfish"...
I was hoping for a pic of some kind of horse looking goldfish
Sorry to dissappoint! haha but I did at one point have a hamster named Kitty
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Sorry to dissappoint! haha but I did at one point have a hamster named Kitty
.........It's a good thing you didn't keep a hamster and a kitty in the same cage... A cat in a cage would disgust me anyway if that was it's main home.
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Here is our 2 year old Sadie Jane. She is border collie/blue heeler and shows it with unending energy. She has the most personality of any dog I have ever owned.
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JBsDad, she looks like shes got alot of spunk

reiner, ya I can imagine that being bitter sweet, your doing a great thing!!
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