Not intentionally,,,aaahh maybe a little bit...Just a little bit..I had to heckel my sister for pictures of the girls,,did not want to break a promise...Only reason she took so long is ,,she has so many pictures ....Pictures and pictures and pictures..Finally she emailed them... The CRS/CBS are doing great,,the main reason for my new central system..Yup,,,to your question...Is it working by chance..(as I look away with a smiley grin hoping it does work).Just kidding,,not my intentions....
Is there to be a new thread, about how this room (which, I might add, has a SLEEK floor, unlike the soft, furry floor of German Shepherd hair clouds in DK's Shrimporium)
came to be "centralized?":
(remember, DK hoards things, even like pictures...)
And while SOMEBODY is puttin' together a thread about a centralized system (sorta like IDEA COCAINE for DIY junkies like DK), let's go back to our adopted non-shrimp, non-German, not-even-a-dog, not the TPT forum member, not the vintage cartoon mouse, Speedie:
Yes, she does love to have her bellied rubbed and her shell scratched lol. I noticed her rubbing shell on things so I figured I would try rubbing it for her, she loved it! I imagine her shell itches as our skin does when we have a scratch that is healing. I have raised here for a about a year and a half now, she was the size of a nickel when I rescued her. I never thought a turtle could have so much personality and energy. She will follow my finger back and forth along the glass like a dog chasing a stick. Not to mention she has eaten just about any table scrap I give her. She ate kielbasa for the first time the other night haha.
Back on track, your black tigers look amazing. I just got some oebt yesterday. Hoping I can keep them alive.
DK, who has an inquiring mind, really wants to know the story of finding a NICKEL-SIZED little itty bitty cutie turtle, and how in the heck you figured out how to feed the nickel. That must have been so cute, seeing a nickel eat, whatever a nickel eats. Pray, do
And finally, NOT to be out-done by a NON-GERMAN mastiff, DK's goddog Rottie sent this picture: