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December 22 2009 Exotic Pets Newsletter

This will be the last newsletter until after Christmas. I want to wish you all a very special and Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year. We will take a short exotic pet’s break so that you can all enjoy your holidays with your families, including your pets. Please be safe. We are looking for a major blizzard to come through South Dakota with a couple of feet of snow over Christmas Eve day and Christmas. I frankly can’t think of a better time to be snowed in.

I had just realized since returning to Exotic Pets BellaOnline in September, I have written close to 100 articles. I know most of the articles went in without most of your realizing there even there. You may want to take some time look through the Exotic Pet Index. Most of the articles are indexed there.

Please drop by the forum topic and help me with suggestions on what pets you would like to learn more about or pets we haven’t covered yet. I love to write however, I could use some help with new ideas. It helps a great deal to know what is on your mind. Here is the suggestion thread http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/571335/The_95th_Exotic_Pet_written_by#Post571335

The newest article is Lories and Lorikeets Natural Clowns and they are certainly clowns!

Lories and Lorikeets Natural Clowns

A lory and a lorikeet can be very sweet and have delightful personalities. Lories and Lorikeets are nature’s perfect clowns, seemly happier hanging upside down, than standing on perches. They mimic sounds. In fact they seem to "collect sounds" building quite a large repertoire of different sounds.


Again, a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We are all of different faiths and I desire no one to be offended if you don’t celebrate Christmas, so since you are stuck with the holidays, I wish you a Happy Holiday season.

Drop by the forum and kick up the heat. I would love to meet each and every one of you as my Christmas gift this year

ncc4200a a active forum member and a important part of the exotic pets community here at Exotic Pets BellaOnline wrote an excellent description of the Hahn’s macaw. It is certainly an interesting read. "All the essence of a Great Macaw compacted into a tiny easy to carry package. And being so concentrated, they also tend to suffer from Napoleon Syndrome…"

Please feel free to email me at anytime. You can get my email address by clicking on my name, sending the form, if it includes your email address I will answer back and then you will have my personal email address. Since I never see your email this is the only way of giving you my email address. At least in a way where the robots don’t pick out my email address and send me a barrage of spam. Contact me from here http://www.bellaonline.com/about/exoticpets

I even answer my email on Christmas Day. Don’t be offended by the auto responder saying I may not answer for a couple of days. It usually isn’t long at all. Though, the day may come where I am out of town for a couple of days – I try to notify everyone when we aren’t in town. We do go camping over the summer months; I just bought a boat (used 18-ft Mercury cruiser inboard aluminum.) We bought it the first day of snow so we are looking forward to getting out on the lake. I can see it right outside my kitchen window, poor little thing is all white.

Please pass this newsletter on to anyone you know that has an interest in exotic pets or animals. I would love to see the newsletter membership to double in 2010.

Be safe!
Diana Geiger, Exotic Pets Editor

Pet product reviews, herbal supplements and more pets. Somewhere in my Epinions archive you could probably find out anything you wanted to know about me.


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