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RE: return to kids

50 kids in about 5 months! I thought you said they all got pregnant in
those few days during the fence repair. The same ones again or others?
Egads, what is the gestation period on these animals? I bet you got sick
from not getting enough sleep.

The dogs. Good of you to take them in. I wish I had the room you do.
Woody, a stray I wrote about earlier is still camped out in my Florida
room. When it gets down near 0 I turn on a heater for him out there,
otherwise I think the insulated bed with purrpads keeps him reasonably
warm. He's friendly, will let me pet him, and has come in the house a
few times. But being a Tom, he is too aggressive and I simply cannot
afford another cat in the house - spacewise or cashwise or

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.

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> Sorry it took me so long to get back with you all...I've been so sick the 
> last 4-5 days. Some icky virus going around. Missed part of work friday, 
> sick all weekend and I'm home today. The last count for baby goats...24. 
> And we will have about that many new babies in March/April. Wow. Our 
> website is getting out there now...just sold six of the new babies via 
> website. They put a deposit on six babies, and will pick them up when they 
> are weaned. And our awesome billy..we are now getting stud fee on him at 
> $250.00 a pop. Cool. Needless to say...our family has been busy. Took in 
> two stray dogs...one I was trying to rescue from downtown traffic. It's a 
> blue/red heeler mix. The other, a chihuahua that somebody dumped off at the 
> local grocery store. It was 15 degrees that night and he was shaking 
> uncontrolably...so my girls brought him home. Like I need more dogs. Oh 
> well. I can't let them suffer. 
> Jesse Rene' Bell 
> Claremore, OK 
> Zone 6 
> >From: "Kitty" 
> >Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net 
> >To: "Agardenchat" 
> >Subject: [CHAT] return to kids 
> >Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2005 11:34:44 -0500 
> > 
> >Jesse, 
> >So how are the goat babies doing? Final count? Or is it final yet? 
> > 
> >Kitty 
> > 
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