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Date:7/28/2014 10:00:14 AM
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Caymus here...
Hey Snowy, how are you liking your new cage? I love mine...I wasn't even scared of it when mom and dad brought it through the door. In fact, I clamored to get to it and ispect each and every inch! heheh Mom put up a pic of my new home and of me chomping on a piece of popcorn treat. She still has to get one of me out on the back patio. Leaving big hugs and a vote for ya!
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