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    Wise Old Thumper
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    ooh doh!
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    can any one tell me if holly hock is poisoness or not cant find any where

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    on page 2 :wink:
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    never been able to see past the end of my nose thanx

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    Thumper and Woolly both tuck into Geranium petals - dont tend to eat the stalks. I presume this is okay? Thumper also likes to do a good job on pruning the roses (petals & stems)!!! They have also recently taken a liking to the flowers on Red Hot Pokers. They both like dried Cheery Tree leaves especially Thumper (apparently Cherry wood is highly toxic to buns!). As for Clematis I wish someone would tell Woolly its not good for him!

    For breakfast they have 1 - 2 carrots from the fridge. Two issues here 1. the sugar content mentioned aboveand 2. they are served straight from the fridge (another site said they should only be fed veggies at room temp).

    Is this a case of humans as usual being more stupid than animals and they actually know whats good or bad for them?

    Help!!!

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