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Date Posted: 12/19/06 6:40:40pm
Author: Beverly
Subject: I highly recommend you visit, and register, at NFSA ...
In reply to: Angels 's message, "Looking for flyers in NYC~~!" on 12/18/06 8:16:37pm

(I highly recommend you visit, and register (free), at <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.nfsa.us/phpBB2/index.php">NFSA's Messageboard</a>, and post your inquiry there. There are several New Englanders involved in flyer husbandry who are corresponding NFSA members, who might have pups available, this spring. If you're willing to travel to Ohio, you might also want to post your inquiry at <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://voy.com/55490/">For Flyers Only</a>, to see if Dennis Q. has any youngsters left, or expects any spring litters.

>I just found the most amazing, spacious apartment with
>my best friend and we're looking to adopt a flyer into
>our home! We've both had experience with lots of cute
>furry critters over our lifetimes (2 cats, 4 hamsters,
>a bunny for me, over 10 cats and a hamster for her)
>and we really want to take on the challenge of having
>a flyer. We've been reading up on it for months.
>If anyone has info on breeders or babies in the
>tristate area, feel free to get in touch :)
>Anna and Kat <3

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