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Post by katherine on Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:50 am

And it didn't cost a penny Laugh I've had a switcheroo. The old boys weren't getting much out of having the extra space and I figured the younger boys would really appreciate it.

We present The Fairview Exclusive Resort for Mature Gentlemen



Enjoying their (mini) digging box



The Gentlemen's Club:



Ishy enjoying the new climbing space:




Peekaboo



New Smells



Mawie has a torn eyelid Meh we're keeping an eye on it. They're devils for fighting Roll Eyes



And of course Bertie's new cage, courtesy of Laura and Karl Love:



We're (hopefully) calling it The Honeymoon Suite. He's as happy as a pig in poop in it Grin



And on the door



Many thanks smokierat Love

OK I'll stop now Embarrassed


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Post by Zoundz on Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:22 pm

Oooh - looking fab! Grin Lovely to see them all looking so blissed out! Grin Fingers crossed the 'honeymoon suite' goes well! Grin

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Post by smokierat on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:02 am

They do all look really happy katherine Grin Been through that eyelid thing myself with the girls Roll Eyes

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Post by katherine on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:38 am

Funnily enough it happened 2 days after you were saying about it happening to you. It's how I knew what it was and didn't freak out, so thanks for that Smile the vet was round today for Suzy and had a wee look at Mawie, she said just to keep an eye on it *fingers crossed*

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Post by smokierat on Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:42 am

No problem Tongue well,that healed up fine anyway but you can always get those fucithalmic eye drops from the vet if you think he needs it after a while.Was it a nasty one?What we go through for love Tongue

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