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Date Posted: 14:27:03 12/26/09 Sat
Author: Beverly
Subject: Sooooo, his name is 'Noel', yes?
In reply to: S. K. Dixon 's message, "Baby Boy Flying Squirrel in North Florida" on 10:26:39 12/26/09 Sat

(Sooooo, his name is 'Noel', yes?) LOL! How 'bout taking and sharing some photos with us? Have I sent you a link to the horses making equine snow angels, and the new doggies enjoying a walk in the snow, last Saturday (before it accumulated to its total of 20" - a bit too deep for the beagles, and not all that much fun for me and the Labs, either .... especially when it came to lugging 5 gallon buckets of water out to the two 'big' ponies ... lol!)

Doggies in the Snow

Equine Snow Angels

>I know I have been a very good girl this year because
>when I came home from our Christmas Eve Service, my
>phone rang and some friends wanted to know if they
>could bring over "a little something the cat had
>brought to them". Of course, I said absolutely yes;
>so when they arrived, it was a baby flying squirrel,
>sweet little boy. Luckily, he was not harmed, just
>very wet and COLD. But within 24 hours he perked
>right up and now is happily and greedily sucking his
>formula down! Appears to be about 7 - 8 weeks, +/-.
>If anyone is interested, please contact me!

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