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    Nice kennel or rather pet resort. We do not have any pets now, but when we did, we had people coming in to take care of them. We decided once we had to put the last one down, our cat Speedy, we'd not get any more pets. Our reasons 1. we wanted the freedom to travel 2. it is too hard to say good-bye when it comes time for the Rainbow Bridge.

    Have a fun trip Peg. Win enough to travel more.




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    When we are home she wakes me at 5:30 so she can have breakfast and she is relentless. She does let me go back to bed for an hour once she has a full belly. Today just before we caught the shuttle to the gate at the airport I did a quick check. It was 5:30 am and she was sitting at her door waiting for someone to come feed her. My guess is she had to wait a bit!!

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    Haha more laughing.
    Did you then pick up the phone and call them to remind them that the baby needs her breakfast NOW!
    this is why the camera thing is not good for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    When we are home she wakes me at 5:30 so she can have breakfast and she is relentless. She does let me go back to bed for an hour once she has a full belly. Today just before we caught the shuttle to the gate at the airport I did a quick check. It was 5:30 am and she was sitting at her door waiting for someone to come feed her. My guess is she had to wait a bit!!

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    We have 2 bichons that we leave with our neighbours who have 2 siblings of ours. So it’s like a family reunion. We don’t feel too worried because we know they are well looked after.. we keep in contact daily to see how they are doing. More than family members because we miss them.
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