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Old 01-26-03, 03:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Location: Whitby, Ont
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I would guess you would have to take courses in zoology and vetrinary stuff, its a major setback as you can never go away, you cant just leave the animals at your house and have the kid next door come in and feed them, and its not likely that a kennel would keep them for you. Plus the fact that they require a lot of room and real meat, I wouldnt want to have to feed a 200lb (or larger) cat every day. In my oppinion the breeding programs should be handled by a zoo where the animals get to live somewhat normal lives, not sitting on a couch watching TV.
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