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Huxley Loves You

Good morning, forum folk. I love you.

I've got a little critter that saw this thread and wanted to say hi:


His name is Nibbles, and don't ask me how he got stuck in there...


He tried getting out on his own. He was on a roll for a second there...


Easier said than done...


Phew! That wore him out. Nothing like a refreshing can of soda after all that mess!

Nibbles was a cat toy on a string, but I cut that sucker off. That little Roger Rabbit-like tuft of red on Nibbles' head is where the string was.

My cat seems to take to the string more than Nibbles though which is why I did that, and I think that's a win-win here for both my cat and Nibbles.
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Huxley’s Travel Tales…

Learning about ancient dragons.

Huxley’s favorite game - hide and seek.

Gettin fancy.

Ready to find adventure.

End of the day. Nobody wants dragon breath.

Tuckered out.
Huxley was wondering why the horse wouldn’t talk back.


He was also wondering why the other dragon wouldn’t talk back.


But, Huxley is okay with quiet creatures.

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