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Date Posted: 18:45:14 08/07/07 Tue
Author: Cathy C. & Princess P.
Subject: Re: Dragonflies?!? Who'da thunk it! Mine will eat grasshoppers, if ...
In reply to: Beverly 's message, "Dragonflies?!? Who'da thunk it! Mine will eat grasshoppers, if ..." on 06:52:57 08/05/07 Sun

The moth fun is over (I think). Haven't seen one anywhere, and I have an opened box of Great Grains (there's hardly anything left, maybe 2 cups of cereal). I left it open on purpose and haven't seen a moth in it. I would feed yucky things if necessary but she seems to be doing great on what I give her (a wide variety of veggies, seeds, nuts, and occasional treats like moths, dandelion, etc...).
Sure got alot of mileage over those moths.........hee hee

>(Dragonflies?!? Who'da thunk it! Mine will eat
>grasshoppers, if ...) they get the chance. I'd have
>thought the cicadas' 'exoskeleton' would have been a
>bit of a turn-off. Bobbie, I like your suggestion re
>the cereal! Smart thinking, to just let the little
>guys sift through 'buggy' drygoods.
>>She might even like the cereal....let her go through
>>it before you throw it out anyway, she might actually
>>"de-bug" it for you and then it can be thrown out and
>>Pootie will have had some "live" worms, and you will
>>have felt very little remorse since they were eating
>>your cereal, everybody wins. My flyers loved cicadas
>>and dragon flys...yuck! wings and legs in every
>>direction, not a pretty sight!

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