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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    He is adorable Fern gives strong nose bumps too. Usually on my shins
    Slightly better than the goats doing it I suppose Don't think I've ever had a strong nosebumper, Aboleth was pretty gentle and Lopsy too.

    Philip is really lovely
    The geeky one...



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    Adorable

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    Quote Originally Posted by keletkezes View Post
    Slightly better than the goats doing it I suppose Don't think I've ever had a strong nosebumper, Aboleth was pretty gentle and Lopsy too.

    Philip is really lovely
    Yes, that is very true when I still had him, Pumpkin gave me lots of bruises, and holes in leggings from hooking me with a horn. Thankfully he is a lot better behaved in his new home

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    What a handsome little chappy
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    He looks a real sweetie (in addition to being very handsome, of course).

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    He looks like a proper gentleman.

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    A very handsome lad


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