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Date:9/22/2014 1:43:41 AM
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Again, I'm sorry for your losses. A piece of my heart goes with each and every Pet that I lose. I also lost one of my English Budgies, Bogart years ago. I decided to take him outside in his cage and he decided to lift the food cup all the way up and squeeze thru and flew away. He had NEVER done that before and of course I was upset. The first Cat, Mickey that we had would NEVER stay in the house even though we didn't want him to go outside and sure enough he was killed out there. So NONE of my 2 Siamese ever go outside and to tell you the truth they have no interest in it either. I did find out later that Mickey turned out to be from a Barn Cat Mother so I think it was in him. No matter what it's always heart breaking. Take Care and keep in touch. Enjoy the Babies you have left.
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