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    Default Bowl and stand - perfect for oldies and poorlies :)



    The stand is a Ferplast party 14, 0.5 litre Spaniel bowl - with a non slip ring underneath.

    The bowl is a Classic stainless steel dish, 5" size - which is perfect for Cavaliers.

    Used and slightly autographed by Tommy, Kayleigh and/or Lauren which makes it extra special - just a few teeth marks around the bottom


    Will post to first poster in the UK in exchange for a donation to Rupert's Fund


    These are especially good for Cavaliers with Syringomyelia or Arthritis, or other conditions where it is hard for them to bend down to the floor - it also stops them throwing the bowl around the floor.

    View from above.

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    Surprise, surprise - me please (for Victoria). Will Paypal a donation shortly. Do you want me to use Trevor's address or Penny's? xx
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    Thank you so much Marie-Anne we're pleased it's going to such a beautiful girllie and a wonderful home

    Please send it direct to Penny but just note it's for Rupert's Fund
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    I do hope she will be as neat and tidy as Tommy - when he takes his own bib off after his meal [uses his paws to pull it over his head ], he leaves it careful placed over the bowl to make it easy to pick up

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    Clever Tommy, could I borrow him to teach my human boys a few tips like that?
    Shirley
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    Trapper - tri boy Feb 2004, Bosco - ruby boy Jan 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki View Post
    Thank you so much Marie-Anne we're pleased it's going to such a beautiful girllie and a wonderful home

    Please send it direct to Penny but just note it's for Rupert's Fund
    OK - will do it in a few minutes and hope to email you tonight xx
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    Louie, Joss, Peppa, Megan, Victoria all waiting patiently at the Bridge

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    I am totally impressed with Tommys neat habits. Nicki, did he start doing this all on his own?I hope Victoria enjoys the bowl.
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    Thanks Cinday - yes he's just a very talented guy

    TBH he doesn't often manage to hit the bowl, he usually drops it wherever he happens to pull it off, but he's hit the bowl on at least 4 occasions


    Also of course known for complaining that his bowl is empty







    This one features in the Rupert's Fund recipe book, see the Rupert's Fund section for more details - it has lots of rescipes, suggestions for filling Kongs, giving tablets and wonderful cartoons and photos
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    Grrreat success - bowl arrived this morning and already in action as you can see. Very many thanks for "little extras" included in parcel too - much appreciated by all three.



    Marie-Anne taken over by
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    Louie, Joss, Peppa, Megan, Victoria all waiting patiently at the Bridge

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    Oh bless her she looks very happy with it - thank you for the lovely photo

    Such a special oldie - still as beautiful

    Will e-mail later x
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