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The Ames National Zoo - photographic evidence!



 
 
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Old July 29th 03, 05:55 PM
Mary Healey
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Default The Ames National Zoo - photographic evidence!

http://community.webshots.com/user/amesnatlzoo

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Mary H. and the Ames National Zoo: Regis, Sam-I-Am, Noah (1992-2001),
Ranger, Duke,
felines, finches, and fish

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Old July 29th 03, 06:42 PM
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On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Mary Healey wrote:

http://community.webshots.com/user/amesnatlzoo


yay! pictures! Regis is absolutely beautiful. i love the
picture of Gareth(?) "guarding" the piglets. i assume he
takes his job seriously.

and, of course, the Cow Dogs pictures are wonderful! i
haven't seen an ACD IRL in awhile and i'd forgotten how
bristly looking their fur is. i think i'm in love with
Ranger. whatta face!

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Old July 29th 03, 08:07 PM
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I love noah's fat square head.

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Old July 29th 03, 10:59 PM
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Mary Healey wrote in news:bg6l8h$jo$1
@news.iastate.edu:

Beth F wrote:
I love noah's fat square head.


nod Pitbull-headed dawg. Sometimes "pimple-headed dawg". Not much
*in* that fat, square head, but it still amazes me that such a little
dog could leave such a big hole in my life.



Oh, dear, I had no idea Noah was no longer with you, Mary. He looks like a
total gem.

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Old July 30th 03, 02:28 PM
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dogsnus wrote:
My curiousity is finally satisfied. VERY nice
crew.


Danke.

My son had a guinea pig when he was little.
Everytime I opened the fridge door he'd start
squealing. I can't imagine what it sounds like
at your house!


It's much quieter than a few years ago. The fish are gone and the tanks
taken down; the guinea pigs eventually died of old age. Sibyl (leftmost
cat on the couch) has been gone for about 5 years.

Noah passed away suddenly two years ago, after a short illness. This
spring was a bad time for ANZ cats -- little Dora the Explora (she was
with us for less than a year and I never did get any pictures) and
Gareth both went to the Bridge. Gareth had been seriously ill for
several years, and was on a first-name basis with at least three
graduating classes of vet students. Stunning cat, and the
sweetest-natured critter to ever draw breath.

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Mary H. and the Ames National Zoo: Regis, Sam-I-Am, Noah (1992-2001),
Ranger, Duke, felines and finches

 




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