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Date Posted: 20:42:10 01/26/10 Tue
Author: Kim
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Subject: I'm getting baby quails in a few weeks...

My friend is having quail eggs, and she said I could have 2. :-D Now, I'm not exactly good at this, and she said she's not good at quail babies. I was wondering if a heating pad would work, and if I needed a lamp or not. Also, what do you think I should tell my friend? I would like tips, since she says she is keeping them for at least a day from when they can eat and drink. Does PetsMart hold any supplies that are useful for quails? If so, please tell me (list the items). Eh heh.... Thank you! I hope it isn't too much. I am an absolute newbie at this. Post soon!

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