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Posted by leprachaun13 on January 14, 2003 at 21:54:49:

In Reply to: Interesting, aren't they? >> posted by Silly-atus fan on January 14, 2003 at 19:44:36:

Some afternoons I'll walk in on one of my little guys, and he'll be snow white with orange flecks all over.
Then, I watch him at night, and he gets these black lines that shoot straight across his back.

Hey, Starmom, does the little gargoyle have a name yet? Since I don't keep cresteds I have know experience with dropping tails, sounds kind of creepy. It's a shame that he may not look the same, but now he's a crested with a fashion statement. By the way, it seems like a terrible thing to say, but when I read your post about Jesse losing his tail, I couldn't help but laugh. It may seem insensitive, but I was laughing because your reaction only shows how much you really care about your animals, and that's a good thing. Maybe Jesse dropping his tail is a sign. A sign that you should start working with Leachies instead of those easily frightened cresties, LOL.

Good Luck with the animals

Ian



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