Whoa, I've Been So Busy...

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Whoa, I've Been So Busy...
Sun, 08-10-2003 - 2:22pm
Sorry I haven't been posting much at all lately... so many foster pets, and so many pets at the shelter. But I should be posting a bit more soon.

Our Sunny bunny is doing great, he's 6 years old now. He doesn't seem to mind the foster rabbits that we have right now.

Our two foster rabbits are Russell (a rex) and Carrot (a mini rex). Carrot is the first female rabbit I've had, and she's quite the cute little lady of the house.

We have all female foster guinea pigs right now. Phoebe (a satin) and Speedy (an agouti mix). And then Harriet (a teddy) and Rose (a black self with medium length hair).

I haven't even updated my website lately, so I'll have to get to that soon. But I have put a photo of Phoebe up on one of my websites if you'd like to see her. It's at:


She possibly has ovarian cysts and needs an xray to determine the course of action. So I've been working on all sorts of stuff to sell for her. And yesterday I went to an event to try to help her out... but hardly anyone came and no one made donations.

But other than that I'm doing pretty good and will get back to making webpages soon.

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Registered: 03-23-2003
Sun, 08-10-2003 - 11:10pm
Wow! You sure have a lot on your plate right now! I hope all goes well with Phoebe! Be sure to keep us posted! It's really nice to see you again! Are you still doing the pet club? I was just thinking about you the other day! Other than being busy fostering and stuff how is your summer going? I can't believe it's almost over! We stayed fairly busy this year too, puttering in the garden and fishing and other fun stuff!

I hope you keep coming back and visiting and don't forget to update us on Phoebe! Take care of yourself...


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Registered: 04-15-2008
Wed, 08-20-2003 - 8:49am
Hi there, you stopped in at our Bird Chat a few times! Sounds like you have your hands full of critters!


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