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Do you have that one friend who is always right there, following every step of the way? Cheesewhiz sympathizes with you.
Typhoon dearly loves his sister. He follows here everywhere – when he is not physically attached to her trying to instigate a wrestling match of some sort.
While she is napping, he monitors for the slightest sign of movement. She opens an eye, rolls over, or shifts in any way, and he is right there prepared for games.
Sure, you might think it is cute. but Cheoah thinks it is more like a stalker.
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Me and my shadow… ????????
But what a cute stalker
I was wondering did you train them to go in their crates to sleep? I note the doors are never closed they seem to go there fairly automatically
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