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February 21, 2018


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I love this story and boy, can I relate. When I went back to school to get my teaching certification, I had to write a science paper. I wrote about having worms in the classroom, to show students how kitchen waste could be composted instead of thrown away. After my presentation, those worms and their children, grandchildren, etc., lived in my kitchen for a good 15 years or so. So, I totally understand how things happen, and I agree, having a bizzare pet in the kitchen is a great way to keep them alive.
Happy Birthday, Spike!


Sue~ Great story!

Ginene P Nagel

Well, I am appalled that someone would give a living thing away as a party favor. I am equally as delighted that you taught your children about empathy and responsibility. Congratulations, Spike! You won the disposable pet lottery when you found your way into the home of these beautiful people.


Thank you for your lovely comment! So great to hear from you.
Warm regards,

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