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Posted on: 8:10:56 PM 10/28/2004

I did not create this site, so I guess if anyone does have a problem than I can't do anything about that. But this isn't my opinion, this is the truth.... Perhaps some people doubt that, if so I won't argue

Posted on: 8:05:36 PM 10/28/2004

If I can just get one person to believe me, than thats good enough for me

Posted on: 7:57:49 PM 10/28/2004

Yes, I saw a recent video, one no older than this summer. It is still going on

Posted on: 7:53:12 PM 10/28/2004

Yes, I am sure

Posted on: 7:43:10 PM 10/28/2004

http://www.iamscruelty.com/ They kill cats and dogs in nutritional experiments.

Posted on: 3:15:56 PM 10/25/2004

Where have I been? Where haven't I been... very very busy.... lol and I should sell it! but I don't know how good it is for animals...

Posted on: 2:25:48 PM 10/25/2004

Well, this is just a little fun story. So my friend, actually my motherís friend, adopted a new dog. They bought many different things for the dog, including a good brand of dog food. Unfortunately, the dog refused to eat. It was a lab mix and wouldn...

Posted on: 1:28:44 PM 10/25/2004

There is nothing wrong with keeping a dog outside. But when it has lived in doors most of its life, it seems a little unfair. But if you try it and the dog doesn't seem to mind, then your ok

Posted on: 1:23:59 PM 10/25/2004

thanks all! I am use to dogs and cats, but rabbits and smaller animals are new to me. My real worry was that chinchilla's hate water, its actually bad for them (not to drink, but to get on them) thats why they take a dust bath

Posted on: 1:22:23 PM 10/25/2004

Actually, thatís a good idea. I have two small cages stored away. I can't move their big cages but I think they will be fine in smaller ones in the garage

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