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Old 02-20-2005, 03:01 AM   #11
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Apricot--you have a ton of reading to do, young lady!!

NAMES???
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what cuties....they should give ou lots of "fuzzy love"
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menagerie, actually she is a "red fox" according to the american gerbil society and the "spotted brown" one is a spotted agouti I already did my reading, but I figured it was easier to say red and spotted brown

oh, and they are soooo cute!!! Still un-named though, suggestions would be appreciated. Here are their personalities:

Spotted Agouti (brown/nutmeg with white blaze) - real sweet but skittish and not too interested in being held.

Red fox (apricot according to menagerie )- very sweet, not so timid, loves running up my arm.
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you know plenty more than me probably.

Last night was the first time I took them out of their cage (instead of letting them run over my hand and up my arm a bit). I don't know if they liked it or not, but they still like playing on my hands so I guess that is a good sign
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yay, finally have pics to show everyone...









so, I feel like a bad momma because I haven't picked out names yet. They have just been gerbil 1 and gerbil 2... or brown and red. Both are females, very sweet, and fun to play with though. I'm so happy I've got them.

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