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Date Posted: 10:12:01 08/26/06 Sat
Author: M.J.
Subject: Re: Flyer lumps or fat?
In reply to: Cathy C. & Princess P. 's message, "Re: Flyer lumps or fat?" on 08:27:14 08/26/06 Sat

Thank you all for the advice. I feel better knowing I'm not alone until I bring her to the vet Tuesday. I was wondering when you said your "older" flyers had these--how old are they?? My two girls will be four years old in January. Is this old? I thought with their long lifespan, they were still kind of young. Can you set a confused Critter Mama straight? :o)

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  • Re: Flyer lumps or fat? -- Agnes, 12:58:43 08/26/06 Sat

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