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Date Posted: 12:38:18 04/25/03 Fri
Author: Desiree
Subject: Re: Chinchillas in the Classroom?
In reply to: Talia 's message, "Chinchillas in the Classroom?" on 18:10:28 02/23/03 Sun

Personally, I think a chinchilla would not be an ideal pet for a children's classroom. Not only are chins hard to catch, they are a fragile creature that children's hands may injure. Chinchillas are VERY succeptable to stress, and there have been instances where chins in classrooms have developed serious furchewing as a result of all the stress. On another note, would you want the all the commotion of a school when you were trying to sleep. Please reconsider getting a chin for your class and try a more kid friendly and hardy pet like a rat.

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