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    Hi jay and john

    Oxo , fliss and Possum look great .

    Tracey says those pics of Possum have made her eyes leak . She does miss him but can see hes perfectly happy .

    keep us updated please

    love Angie and Tracey (oh and the driver my OH Mick ) x

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    lovely lovely lovely
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    Aww such cuties, and they look sooo happy!

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    Awww cutie pies

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    They look lovely!!
    So well and so FLUFFY!!

    A question about Vetbed- How do yo manage to keep all of it looking so NEW?
    With daily washing mine seems to go all flat and 'tired' looking very quickly. Am I washing it on a too hot cycle (60 degrees)....

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    Awwwww Jay they look so well I am sorry for what I said what lovely photo's
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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdieBun
    Awwwww Jay they look so well I am sorry for what I said what lovely photo's
    That's alright Carys - I can understand when people get such a shock but we know we try our best with the little ones that end up like this - they are frail creatures in one way but so hardy in another - if they want to live they will
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    I do mine on a 40% wash - and then bunged in the dryer It costs a fortune in electricity, water and soap powder Is it vet bed you have or the profleece? I always find the profleece stays a lot better than the actual vetbed
    I've had some of my vet bed for five years and it still looks great Don't forget, you can give it a brush after washing and drying with a nylon fibre brush and it brings the pile back up

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane
    They look lovely!!
    So well and so FLUFFY!!

    A question about Vetbed- How do yo manage to keep all of it looking so NEW?
    With daily washing mine seems to go all flat and 'tired' looking very quickly. Am I washing it on a too hot cycle (60 degrees)....

    Janex
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    aaaah, they look so well now. Possum is a gorgeous little boy. I don't blame Tracey for wanting to keep him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypot
    I do mine on a 40% wash - and then bunged in the dryer It costs a fortune in electricity, water and soap powder Is it vet bed you have or the profleece? I always find the profleece stays a lot better than the actual vetbed
    I've had some of my vet bed for five years and it still looks great Don't forget, you can give it a brush after washing and drying with a nylon fibre brush and it brings the pile back up

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane
    They look lovely!!
    So well and so FLUFFY!!

    A question about Vetbed- How do yo manage to keep all of it looking so NEW?
    With daily washing mine seems to go all flat and 'tired' looking very quickly. Am I washing it on a too hot cycle (60 degrees)....

    Janex
    Thanks Jay, I'll try the cooler wash and after wash grooming!!

    Janex


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    Animal Rescue and Care (ARC) SW London
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