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Ramona Hand

Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry to hear about Pepper. That's a horrible feeling when you're away from your babies then something happens to one of them. I hope everything is okay with that sweet boy. You and Pepper are in my prayers. Wishing you safe travels back home. Big hugs.


Poor Pepper :( Hope it isnt anything serious and will keep all 3 of you in my prayers. Let us know what is up once you know an are able to settle down for a bit. I am sure it doesnt help to have your younger sis bug you when you are not at the top of your game. Lots of good thoughts and prayers headed your way ((hugs))


That video clip was great. Not only does it work on the sofa - if you don't want your 120 lb. dog sleeping on the bed with you, place it across the bottom of your bed!

Pepper and Pearl were probably partying to hard with you away. At his age, it's easy to have aches and pains. Let us know how he's doing. Belly rubs to both the furkids from me!

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