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12/31/13 9:17 A

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Elaine, I would be very careful about the swimming. That could cause a very bad infection. I may be on your parents side on that one! LOL.

Actually a cat scratch also can be very bad. Bad germs. But otherwise they or a dog would be such good company for you and give you something to focus on other than yourself and the issues. I think it would help you be happier with life. Too bad. :( Why can your dad have a fish but you can't. Don't know anything about Feng Shui.

What about a cockatiel? They can be great company. I had one and it was alot of fun. If you get a hand raised one it will be bonded to people and you can teach it tons of words, etc. which is fun too. Do it the first year, that is when they learn the most.

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that I can't even have a chi pup or even a cat, bcoz of my condition. My parents keep worrying that I'll get an infection in my left arm (the dialysis arm) if I have to care for a furry friend! They won't even let me go swimming! I fully intend to go by myself or with a friend or two when I can finally drive a car!

I can't even keep fish bcoz of my Dad's Feng Shui beliefs! He has an arowana and it's my duty to feed him daily. He eats crickets! We freeze them, so no wastage! LOL!



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