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    (Original post by Yogity)
    i really wanted a chinchilla not too long ago!!!!....but I have 2 dogs so probably not the best idea....

    i have a dog, i just don't let him run around when she's indoors - she likes to talk to him though and sniff him, he just seems curious ^^
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    (Original post by MarmiteOnToast)
    Well you never know, one night you might only make it through the front door before ripping each others clothes off. I suggest you move the chinchilla elsewhere.

    Haha, true, very true...just got to think of somewhere i wouldn't go for it and where he can actually...well see some sunlight i guess
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    (Original post by Hulluus_Kahden)
    Haha, true, very true...just got to think of somewhere i wouldn't go for it and where he can actually...well see some sunlight i guess
    The garden shed. You wouldn't...would you?
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    my friend when i was at primary school had 2 dunoo if she still does though..
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    Sooooo CUTE!!!
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    (Original post by MarmiteOnToast)
    The garden shed. You wouldn't...would you?
    Well it's up the garden...i guess if i locked myself out of the house, though the garden would be fine. The shed would be a bit too lethal perhaps, i don't want to get pronged by a hoe...well not of the gardening kind
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    I'm a hobby breeder. I have five at the moment including a couple of rare colours.
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    Chinchillas are animals which you cannot award a normal name... my cousin for instance named her male one Professor Fatty Fuzzkins

    Ever since then i've always referred to chinchillas as fatty fuzzkins. It's a fitting name really.
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    (Original post by fire2burn)
    Chinchillas are animals which you cannot award a normal name... my cousin for instance named her male one Professor Fatty Fuzzkins

    Ever since then i've always referred to chinchillas as fatty fuzzkins. It's a fitting name really.

    hmm i am liking this name for a chinchilla, heaven forbid the answers i would get if i asked "Does anyone else here have a fatty fuzzkin?" Could be amusing though.
 
 
 
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