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Ducklings!

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      1. I think they would be fun to hold. When I was … under 10 years old” … I used to help the veterinarian down the hill from our place. Gathering and candling eggs, feeding the hens. I loved it when he or his wife would put a newly hatched chick into my hands to hold. Every time, a breathlessly dear experience.

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        1. Aw, this sounds so great! Now I remember I saw a young chicken when I was a kid, it was kept indoors under a lightbulb so it would be warm. I don’t remember the circumstances but it was super cute…

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  1. Oh my. Gives me flashbacks to my “fowl-charming” days…I used to feed this gang of geese and their fluffy grey goslings bread from my, er, mouth, and would stroke them and they’d nest in my lap and I would cheer when they attacked other park-goers and made people go away. I gave them Shakespearean names and…I really should have been on your Lexy-tranques at that time…wtf…

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      1. Was that a repeat story? I feel like I repeat a lot of stories to you, for some reason. That would be a very impressive cat trick. Two of mine walk on leashes, even in the woods on trails, which is fun, but one, a speckled cat, cannot be walked in public areas as he has fits. I fear he might maul someone (with me cheering). Then I’d have to make sure he finished the job so we could hide the body and avoid getting sued. Seems like a bit of a bother.

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        1. Nope, I don’t think it was a repeat story. A story like that I’d remember!

          Now I can vividly imagine you walking your cats on a leash. That must be a great sight! I never tried walking my cat because I suspect she’d just lie down and refuse to move…

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  2. Oh my. Gives me flashbacks to my “fowl-charming” days…I used to feed this gang of geese and their fluffy grey goslings bread from my, er, mouth, and would stroke them and they’d nest in my lap and I would cheer when they attacked other park-goers and made people go away. I gave them Shakespearean names and…I really should have been on your Lexy-tranques at that time…wtf…

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