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Re: odd eats for pets!!

OH MY, Zem, is Otis a dog or cat??  Geesh, I can't imagine the lure of  those 
items.  Seems our new puppy, Trixilee, eats anything and everything  
edible.....but has a fond affection for chewing on anything with flesh  
attached.....ours or her fellow pets.  Surprisingly the dogs and even the  cats, as well as 
the bunny and guinea pig put up with it, but will let her know,  gently, when 
she's gone to far.  I just can't imagine their patience,  especially if she 
chews on them as hard as she does us.....despite not having  any front teeth at 
the moment.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 9/25/2005 5:53:00 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

You are  lucky, Bonnie.  Otis likes cds, lamps, watering cans, wrenches and  
electical tape.  At least so  far...

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