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Old 06-23-2005, 12:04 AM   #1
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Six legged puppy

isn't he adorable!

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Old 06-23-2005, 03:25 AM   #2
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Wow...thats even more cool than the two-faced kitten
( http://www.oregonnews.com/article/20.../NEWS/50616015 ).....I want a six-legged puppy, too!
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I want to see a video of it walking.
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Bluetear, 40, has lived in the Glide area for six years, and has been breeding different kinds of animals, starting with dogs, since 1980.

But about three years ago, she discovered a litter of smaller than normal kittens she calls “miniature cats.” She now has plans to market the miniature cats on the Internet.

The miniatures grow to about 3 1/2 to 5 pounds, Bluetear said. Gemini was born to a miniature mother and a full-size father.
Ah, bringing out the lovely recessive genes in two faced.
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I want to see a video of it walking.
Me too, but there is pretty much zero chance that the extra two legs have any functionality at all, unfortunately..... a canine pseudo-Sleipnir would be pretty wild, though.
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Gross, so the legs probably just hang there. Trevor decided there is an extra set of back legs. So, which ones do you think work?
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The foremost pair...and I do not think, I know....simple deduction, my dear Watson...the pads on the front four feet shows signs of dirt and wear...the back pair are virgin-pink.
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My magnifier is in the shop and it's late....
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My magnifier is in the shop and it's late....
I just used my eyeballs. Magnifier? How old are you?
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The part about him having two penis's is the kicker....I wonder which part he likes best.....6 legs or 2 members.
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But about three years ago, she discovered a litter of smaller than normal kittens she calls “miniature cats.” She now has plans to market the miniature cats on the Internet.

The miniatures grow to about 3 1/2 to 5 pounds, Bluetear said.
Dang - they beat me to it. :|

Well, at least they'll be on the market.
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