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Posted on: 7:52:59 PM 7/6/2004

Congratulations on your new family member.

Posted on: 7:19:49 PM 7/4/2004


Posted on: 3:12:10 PM 7/1/2004

I in no way mean to start an argument I am just curious as to why neutering a bunny would seem cruel.

Posted on: 11:30:13 PM 6/30/2004

We used the corn cob litter too. It's great. Easy to clean and doesn't smell as bad. Also, they sell commercial litter specifically for bunny litter boxes. I tried it but hated it. When it got wet it turned to a pasty mush. Definately do not re...

Posted on: 11:24:28 PM 6/30/2004

I'm in Texas and so far I've only had them ask what kind of dogs we have and if they had ever bitten anyone. I had State Farm for 12 years and then switched to Farmers. Now of course my dogs wouldn't hurt a flea, but at one time I had a gsd, rottie...

Posted on: 11:12:12 PM 6/30/2004

You are hysterical. I am sure you will go far in your writing career. ROFL

Posted on: 3:13:47 PM 6/29/2004

Wow, thanks for the heads up. I knew about chocolate of course, but onions? I wonder why. I know I've been chopping onions and have a piece fall on the floor and my pug is after it so fast you wouldn't believe it. I'll be more careful from now on...

Posted on: 11:39:27 PM 6/27/2004

He He He He He! That is so funny.

Posted on: 3:17:31 AM 6/27/2004

Me too. Great cause.

Posted on: 5:11:46 PM 6/26/2004

Our new chi is 3 1/2 months old and went to the vet yesterday for her last shots. She is already up to 3.3 lbs and only 3 months old. A full grown adult only 2 lbs doesn't sound healthy to me. Just my opinon, not based on any fact other than how i...

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