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Oh no, Xander has been very naughty

Discussion in 'Rodents' started by thedogsmother, Aug 9, 2009.


  1. thedogsmother

    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    I have yet to break it to my oh that Xander is a permanent fixture as at the moment he thinks we are looking after him for someone else (although I think he has strong suspicions ;)) Well I have been showing him what a cute little guy he is and he has been falling in love with him as well (he is a big softy after all). So I don't think this will help :eek:
    This is the curtains that are behind his cage:(
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    To be honest though,could you be mad with this?
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  2. alyssa_liss

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    oops !!! they were always like that though wernt they ?? **wink wink**
     
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    hehehe bless him... they must be tasty :D:001_tt2:
     
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    Oh yes now I remember, I think it was moths who originally did it, really really big moths;).
     
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    I was just going to say I bet it was those pesky moths :p
     
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    Big, giant moths and xander came to the rescue and ate them all :D
     
  7. Flissy

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    But sadly not before they ate a hole in the curtain :(
     
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    Good we are all decided then, brave little xander battled valiantly against the giant mutant moths, how dare my nasty oh blame poor little xander.
     
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    jack the rat did the same to a pair of jeans that were left near him! you had to be so careful what you left near him!

    *Heidi*
     
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    I know its my fault really but he's very lucky he is too cute to be angry with oh sorry I forgot it was moths not Xander that made the hole;)
     
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    haha my mutant moths havnt managed to get hold of anything in my room yet :D
     
  12. thedogsmother

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    Trust me there is still time, they are very sneaky you don't see them doing it but the next thing you know there are big holes in everything and they are attracted to rodent cages as the holes all appear around rodent cages.:eek:
     
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    Hammy once chewed the corner off my mum's birthday card :lol::lol:
     
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    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    Don't you mean moths?
     
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    ooops, yes... sorry hammy
     
  16. Neza

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    Wow, he did a number on those curtains. I've had a few ragged ones in my time too, thanks to hammies and mice. :D
     
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    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    No Neza its deffinately moths that did it, I asked Xander and he said "curtains,what curtains I don't know what you are talking about woman" so its obviously moths;).
     
  18. Tigerneko

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    I had one of those unfortunate moth attacks when I had my hamster too :nonod:

    those naughty moths snuck in during the night and chewed the lovely green velvet dress up from my mum's porcelain doll..... naughty moths!!!

    They're starting to pick on other pets too now!! Ever since my parrot moved into the conservatory, they've been chewing on the blinds :eek: and poor old Basil is getting the blame :( ;)
     
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    lol, mutant moth attack. You have a real plague on your hands. :D
     
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