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« Reply #15 on: June 17, 2008, 09:18:01 PM »

The lemur was purchased at the Mt Hope Exotic Sale in Mt. Hope, Ohio. They have sales 3 times yearly. Next ones in September if anyone's interested. Plan on selling some birds there... I think it was about $700, not sure, step-mom wouldn't cough up any real numbers! He's pretty cool, he hangs out with the cats! Curls up on the chairs with them and everything. Likes marshmallows and raisins as treats. Kinda neat.

The brooder box is working great! I put some pine branches in a couple days ago for them to hide in, they LOVE them! Even Dan Quail is in there now, and can't pick him out from the group. He's doin great. Maybe shouldn't have put him back in the bunch, but...

I don't know if they have and extra comet roosters... I truely don't know most of the breeds of them! oops. I'll ask!

Sorry for not rotating the pictures, my computer is running out of memory and I uploaded them onto Photobucket at the last minute, forgot to go thru and do that. But, really, it is kinda hillly here, in southeastern Ohio!

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« Reply #16 on: June 18, 2008, 12:24:56 PM »

Well I think that is just really neat...does it use a liter box like the cats??? Was it real small when you got it??? Is it a boy or a girl??? And does it have a smell ??
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« Reply #17 on: June 18, 2008, 07:54:55 PM »

Well, you must not have looked all that closely at the photos....  s020 It's a boy.... He likes to display his junk when he sits around... He is 3 years old, so he was adult when we got him this spring. He goes on the papers around the litterbox sometimes, but honestly, he kinda just goes most of the time...ick. I know. Not my house.... Nevertheless, he is pretty neat!!
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