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February 14, 2007 in what helps | Permalink
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February 14, 2007 at 06:56 PM
OH SO RIGHT YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!
I could not manage without Skye, or before him Victor, Hobson, Cooper..... Don't forget my long-eared rabbit Tizzy who hopped around freely in our apartment in Stockholm nibbling on electrical wires and my pj's when I woke up in the morning. For some it is cats or rabbits or hamsters. Pets are essential. IMPOSSIBLE to live without them, even if sometimes life does become very complicated due to them!
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