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Date:10/31/2014 11:12:38 PM
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Hi Peatree
Love your feet and pretty ruby bracelet. You are styling girl.
As for the moths ... from the food? My mom has always put all the food (seeds, pellets) and treats in the freezer for 48 hours (24 at least) and then take out enough to fill a container (tight lid). Let it sit until room temperature before serving. Never had a problem with anything. I think she read it in BT many years ago. The freezer kills anything harmful in the food. Hope that helps.
Mom cleaned my cage today. I always try to help but, was put on my t-stand. I had to yell over to her what to do next. I don't know why she doesn't want me right there?
Your mom has been very busy with her lovely art work ... very nice.
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