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    She got a new pillow from her "grand-human" and loves it!


    I wanted a cute, photogenic autumn picture. Cedar didnt like the idea; all she wanted to do was run onto the carpet.


    We were going on a trip to visit family, and Cedar got a bath! This was the first time she had a bath when someone was around to capture the joy she experiences when all wet and soapy.

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    hi

    she is so gorgeous

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    she is a beauty and so innocent looking,but those faces can sure make little devils look like angels

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    She is a real sweetie ... they change and grow so fast. Thanks for the updated pics!
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    when someone was around to capture the joy she experiences when all wet and soapy.
    Heh, yes mine have that same look of 'joy' when they get a bath... She is growing up; her ears are getting longer now!
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    Oh poor Cedar! Wicked Mummy making her have a bath Actually I have just bathed Maxx and if anyone could have heard the huffs and puffs he was letting out they'd have thought it was pure torture!

    He does like to lay on a nice warm fluffy towel whilst I dry him with the hairdryer though - he looked delicious for all of 20 minutes then Daddy let him out the garden and he rolled all over the lawn and came in with green and brown patches on his white bits

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