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Date Posted: 23:21:41 05/14/08 Wed
Author: visitor
Author Host/IP: 24.118.40.52
Subject: Re: straddled legs
In reply to: Trina 's message, "Re: straddled legs" on 18:33:37 05/14/08 Wed

Hi

First off, thanks for all the great advice, I really appreciate your help.

Second, inside the cage right now i have down paper towels and i also put down a wash cloth cut in half, but the little guy doesn't seem to have any motivation to move around unless i take him out of the cage, and then he is able to do an awkward sort of walking around where he loses his a lot. It just seems like his legs aren't quite as strong as the others.

Thanks again.

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