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Posted by: Somnius at Sat Aug 16 23:33:09 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Somnius ]  
   

4 P.M., huh? So do you take out all of his food at that time, or just not give him more?

Oh, I was also wondering if I should be doing something for Ziggy. He wants to run around in my room, as I know quite clearly considering that he's always squirming to jump on my bed and then running to the end of it as fast as he can to jump to the floor. So, should I just let him run? I hate not letting him, but I really don't want to lose him. That would be ridiculous on my part, and he would be easy to lose in the jumble of mess called my bedroom. I have an open-door closet with my clothes hanging up in it and a bunch of stuff sitting on the floor, and a bed in front of my bed and a TV. It'd be really easy to lose him. But I figure, what do other people do? Would he come back? I'd be watching him of course, but once he jumps from my bed to under my brother's bed, I won't see him and I've lost him this way before. Luckily, I looked bad and he was simply sitting ontop of my bed while I turned the room upside down looking for him. I know that his personality is a curious one and he seems to love to adventure and get to know new things, because he's never afraid of things, he's usually more interested in them than he is afraid, and he always acts like he's observing things.

There's basically one thing I can have him do, and that's let him run around on my bed while I watch him the whole time and grab him everytime he tries to run off and then put him closer to me. Sometimes he'll run up to the mirror on my headboard, jump up onto a ledge under it, and sit there for a long time, staring at himself and sometimes clawing at it as if in wonder. So, should I do something to let him run around more?


   

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