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    Oh my god, look at her little paw.
    Aw so cute!
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    aww what a sweet girl, looks like she has got great table manners lol

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    She was perplexed as it just kept rolling away, I grabbed the camera and waited. My kids didn't get photographed this much, hahahha.

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    She certainly suits her name!

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    My kitty-cat loves corn too. If he sees you getting corn out, he turns on the purrs and the leg rubs until he gets some. So funny!

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    I think Pretty is a nice name, and it definately suits her!


    Keira was the only dog of mine with any manors. She would eat quietly and not make any mess, then when her bowl would move, she would put her paw in it to keep it still...Jackson was just a pig lol
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    De's dog, Bella, does that too, yoghurt containers etc as well. The pound said she had had a pretty rough time on the streets before they, then De eventually got her.

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    Keira was a pound puppy too!

    She was found roaming the streets and must have had a hard time, considering she had a few battle scars. I actually saved her from being euthanized

    I know that I don't have her anymore and that she has gone to another family, but I still feel good knowing that although I only had her for a few months and ended up surrendering her, her life was still saved and she is with another loving family
    Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
    (IM)patiently waiting for my long awaited newfie pup ♥♡

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    Oh yes that would be a good feeling. Well done!

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    That part of it was, but I'll tell you it WASN'T a good feeling leaving her at the S.P.C.A
    Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
    (IM)patiently waiting for my long awaited newfie pup ♥♡

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