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I see you speak my language. wave.gif

 

Yes, but take the worm out of your mouth, your enunciation is garbled.

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My parents have a jack russell that used to pin one of our cats and gently gnaw on it's head. Not really biting it, just kind of gently chewing and getting the cats head all slobbery. was very odd. Of course that's the same dog that would go and hide under the bed every time our other cat go an insulin shot.

 

neurotic animals are just so interesting!

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