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Ady34

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We sadly lost our beautiful boy Bowser last october due to health issues just before his twelfth Birthday.

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It was crushing and has taken several months for myself in particular to level out the emotions into realising that the sadness you feel when losing a pet is because of the immense love you share and the enrichment they bring. So, we put out the feelers and were so fortunate to find Oshi, our new Miniature Schnauzer who has been with us for only three days. He has settled so well and is instantly part of the family....and is going to be trouble, he is so mischievous......

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Cheerio,
 

PotteryWalrus

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West Yorkshire
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This is Cinders. She's got about three braincells and is very sweet but will gently chew your fingers as a sign of affection.
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Her brother Jet is about as smart as a cat can be but never uses his powers for good. He makes up for it with a diesel purr and the softest fur to cuddle with. They're both just over a year old.

Are scaly friends allowed as well?
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This is Syd. He's about five years old, goes absolutely bananas for roaches, and doesn't understand the concept of glass. He's a really good listener.

Also have a few pics of the toads I'm raising because they're TINY and adorable.
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