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Date Posted: 12:10:39 11/11/06 Sat
Author: Agnes
Subject: Re: Do Flyers go into "heat"?
In reply to: Squiggy's Mom 's message, "Re: Do Flyers go into "heat"?" on 00:58:40 11/11/06 Sat

You were lucky with the cats....... Or should I say the cats luck out... I've had chinchillas that were born from son and mother. I thought he was a she.. The result was very sad. It would be nice if you wouldn't chance it. Besides .. if she is that small , wouldn't be nice if she was able to mature and grow to the size of her counter part??? She needs time to bond with you before she is burden with so much responsibility. That is a lot on a young flyer. One of the many reason why life in the wild is much shorter. Beside, didn't you say that your state was not a flyer friendly state..... You will have to accommadate every baby she has... You can very well turn them loose if they are raised in captivity....

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