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Rob
8/18/2004 2:49:00 PM
Life Span of a Nat

I have a pet nat in my apartment and I am currently moving. Do you think that it is worth trying to catch and move him too. How long does he have? I would rather move without him instead of watching him die in my new apartment. Please respond and let me know the life span of my pet nat "Jerry". I know you might think that I am crazy, I'm really not. I'm not allowed to have a dog so I adpoted a household friend.Thank you...
Matt
8/20/2004 7:22:00 PM
Re: Life Span of a Nat

This might help you out:

http://science.howstuffworks.com/question688.htm
Ken
3/16/2016 6:43:15 PM
Re: Life Span of a Nat

Rob, do you ever think of Jerry?

Your post made me think of an ad placed on craigslist.
Its archived in the best of section. It's something that I though you might like to read.

Originally Posted: 2015-07-08 11:09am

Free to good home - one shitty Roomba

Actually, the Roomba works great. Unfortunately one of my dogs decided to drop a freshy in the middle of the kitchen floor and said Roomba decided to track it all over the house.
If you are brave enough to clean it, it's yours.
Also pictured are the offending dogs, which for the time being, are not free to a good home, only because I am not mad at them anymore.
*Battery not included


 
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