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    Hi Milking, does Renton sleep on the silk he produces? Maybe I should start with does he sleep? How do you know when he is stressed? Is there a particular behavior he exhibits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    Hi Milking, does Renton sleep on the silk he produces? Maybe I should start with does he sleep? How do you know when he is stressed? Is there a particular behavior he exhibits?
    Often they line their burrows with silk, like wall to wall carpet. I'm not sure if they sleep in the traditional sense, I've never heard him snoring but he does have periods where he isn't as active. Renton is pretty relaxed but when he is agitated he will rear back in a defensive manner. Tarantulas that are constantly stressed often have bald patches on their backsides from flicking their hairs.
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    Dear Renton,

    Can you use your spidey sense to tell us what new upcoming Tom Bihn products/colors might be on the horizon? Do you have the ability to predict game winners, like Paul the Octopus during the 2010 World Cup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Dear Renton,

    Can you use your spidey sense to tell us what new upcoming Tom Bihn products/colors might be on the horizon? Do you have the ability to predict game winners, like Paul the Octopus during the 2010 World Cup?
    He can't say too much but he was a big fan of the 4th of July/Spider-Man pocket pouch colour scheme, he thought it was a fitting tribute to his own personal hero. We tried out the prototype for the never released "citizen arachnid" but realized it just wasn't for us, it only fit a tube of lipgloss anyways. I'm not sure if he had anything to do with it but I did win some good money on the 2010 world cup final, but that was just following my pattern of betting on whatever team Xabi Alonso is playing on, between the 2005 UEFA champions league, 2006 FA cup, 2008 euro cup, 2010 World Cup and 2012 euro cup I have probably won about 4 months wages from it.

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    Fluffy cat with Imago.

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    This is Bette. She took up residence with us 11 years ago at the age of 2. She's slowing down a little now, but still every ounce a Brittany.


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    Synapse 19, Co-Pilot, Side Effect, Small Cafe Bag, Western Flyer, Tri-Star, Travel Tray, Passport Pouch, Small Organizer Wallet (this is the little guy that started it all...), several Shop Bags and Organizer Pouches. More to come, I'm sure...

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    This is Jessie AKA The Pizza Monster.




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    What's that you say? Tom Bihn makes cat toys?

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    This is Oliver before going to the groomer yesterday.
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    This is Oliver after visting the groomer.
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    Oliver is a little velcro dog. Every twig, leaf and pine needle sticks, or did stick, to him. We've had three walks since coming back from the groomer and not one twig came in the house with us. I'm jazzed.
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    Please tell Oliver that he looks very handsome.
    The stockpile keeps growing...I'm in serious trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeylady View Post
    Please tell Oliver that he looks very handsome.
    Yeah, puppy cuts, Oliver's styling, is where small dogs ease of maintenance are at.

    The show cuts are very high maintenance.
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    Ack this thread makes me want to squeeze the bejeezus out of something ridiculously cute.

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    Smile Titch...

    Here's our latest canine addition, Titch. He's a Rottweiler/Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, he's coming up to 8 months old, and we adopted him as a rescue dog. My partner does followup calls for a local dog rescue charity, we got a phone call out of the blue a bit before Christmas last year. The conversation went something like...
    "Are you something to do with Dogs Friends?"
    'er... yes?'
    "Well there's this pup that needs rehoming..."
    'ok?'
    "He can't be rehomed right now but he's being passed around friends and family because his owner can't cope"
    'call us when he's ready to pick up'
    "OK."

    Here's the worried little pup we brought home...

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    The original plan was to pick up the then 13-week-old pup, bring him home, settle him in with our pack (5 other dogs, all female) and foster him for a few weeks before putting him up for permanent rehoming.

    What actually happened was that we picked him up, he sat on my partner's lap in the car on the way home, then about halfway home this worried looking little lad snuggled into my other half, looked up and licked L's chin. At which point we kind of knew he wasn't going anywhere other than home...

    And this is how that beautiful little pup looks now!

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    This thread is seriously making me re-examine my "no pets til I can spend more time at home" plan! That or find another job with less travel. Hmmm...
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