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Posted on: 4:39:54 PM 1/28/2006

The first step is to cut back on food. They should finish all that you give them within a minute or two.

Other than that, the water will always get dirty unless you have a filtration system.

Posted on: 4:24:35 PM 1/28/2006

I guess I wasn't "replying" to your post exclusively. I have been reading the forums for the last few weeks and there seems to be a recurring theme in many of the threads. Today I hit the breaking point and needed to post.

I have ruled ...

Posted on: 3:53:29 PM 1/28/2006

Maybe you should call and ask if it has "four on the floor" ;-)

Posted on: 3:47:20 PM 1/28/2006

I do the same thing, ali. We have a cat that will occasionally bite. She knows not to bite me, because she knows will get smacked (lightly - I think you know what I mean). She will occasionally bite my husband when she gets impatient for morning me...

Posted on: 2:01:14 PM 1/28/2006

Sorry -- didn't mean to rile you up so much. It's just a sore point with me.

We adopted a retired greyhound and were assured they were gentle and great wi...

Posted on: 1:27:41 PM 1/28/2006

No sympathy for the family? That's very empathetic of you. No, the uncle shouldn't have left the baby on a bed unattended, but let the consequence fit the crime!! We made the mistake of leaving our retired

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