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Romeo, Romeo. Wherefore art thou, Romeo? --- Here I am :)


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Posted by Silly-atus fan on November 19, 2002 at 09:18:21:

Here's a picture of Romeo, the adult male crestie I picked up at the show on Sunday.

He's on his own right now, but has full view of the girls he'll be living with in a few months. Poor guy!! All he can do is stare at them, and dream while he's in quarantine, and they still need to grow a bit more. Earlier last night I found him staring at them across the room -- neck stretched out as far as he could, looking like he was drooling at the thought of what's in store for him. That's when I decided his name would be Romeo. What else do you call a male crestie who's genetically programmed to have his hormones stuck in overdrive?


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