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Date:9/22/2014 12:27:16 AM
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I have seen tricolor border collies before, and last summer there was a blond border collie looking for a home.
The building sounds really cool, I hope they don't end up tearing it down. I am so excited because the yearly bird fair near me is on the 26th, Yay! I can not wait. I discovered how to make a great new foraging toy. You know those plastic cups they always give out, with the lid that that has a hole in the middle for the large ribbed straw to go through? Well, they are made out of nice heavy plastic, so I thought I could use them as a bird toy. I strung for of them together; onnthe bottom, two that are the same size, facing each other so they form a cavity. On top of that I strung a large one facing up with a smaller lid inside it facing down. It sounds easy, but Frank has a lot of trouble getting the treat out of the bottom lids. (Or atleast more trouble than he usually has!)
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