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Date Posted: 14:22:19 08/30/09 Sun
Author: Connie and Rain (happy)
Subject: Hi to all

Hi to all! Took me forever to find you. Rain is happy, healthy, and way too fat![I think] She does not run on her wheel or back flip like she used to. We call her "a tennis ball w/head and tail" when veiwed from the side; but stretched out and when I hold her, she doesn't seem so fat! We have always let her have what she wanted, but now I am considering otherwise. How to do this with all her hoarding. She gets very miffed when I envade her food areas Is she just an adult now and not so entent on playing around? I can't get used to her sitting quietly when before she was all motion and hard to even keep an eye on!

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