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post #1 of 1 Old 01-07-2013, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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For the feather lovers out there, LOL

Here are some photos of my filly's feather. She's normally pretty clean especially since the ground is frozen X-D but, it's a labor of love to make sure she stays clean while outside 24-7 un-blanketed; but, As dr. seuss I believe once wrote, "All girls who like to brush and comb should have a pet like this one at home." featheredfeet if you're out there and happen to see this I would love to hear your opinion on how she's coming along as she nears 2yo obviously they're not conformation shots (more like hairformation shots LOL) I'm trying to wait until she's 2 for those.

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