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Last Login: 10/16/2015 7:00 am

Registered: 11/07/2006

Gender: Female

Location: in the clouds

Birthday: 09/12/1989


Behind the Screen Name

My Schedule this Semester:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Watermedia(Wednesday only), Analysis of Biological Data (Bio stats), Organic Chem 2
Thursdays: Organic Chem 2 Lab
Sunday-Saturday: Work (6-8pm)
Saturday and Sunday Mornings: Work (7-11am)

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Things I enjoy

Favorite Reads

My "Babies"

I am currently owned by two gerbils and a cat.

DiNozzo and McGee

The Dark Princess: Ika

Jake Jake, the boy that owns me when I visit my Aunt


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emerarudo_chan Report | 05/26/2013 6:54 pm
no, I think maybe gaia ate it or something? lol sweatdrop
Catherine Cain Report | 04/23/2013 11:22 am
Catherine Cain
Still needs a few things, thinking of making her a dog demon... One with a nose for justice and barks in the face of danger lol
Catherine Cain Report | 04/23/2013 11:12 am
Catherine Cain
Nice warrior maiden avi
Keyona Report | 01/18/2013 3:48 pm
cool avi
hiysinphlay Report | 09/15/2012 5:54 pm
That was my rat Biscuit c: the images just worked so perfectly I had to make a gif for it lol plus I needed a fun 'crazy rat lady' way to tell people happy birthday biggrin
Latrans Report | 09/15/2012 2:18 pm
Such is life, I guess.

It's okay; I run into people in real life who insist there must be something wrong with a dog who doesn't like strangers.
hiysinphlay Report | 09/12/2012 10:48 am
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Latrans Report | 03/23/2012 1:33 pm
Oh how fun! Insects are amazing.
Roadside Wildflower Report | 03/13/2012 5:51 am
Roadside Wildflower
cool avi
Moth Feathers Report | 03/12/2012 8:25 pm
Moth Feathers
Effect of Cage Size on the Ontogeny of stereotyped Behavior in gerbils
by C. Wiedenmayer, 1995

^ You may want to look that article up and read the abstract. What do you think about it? They found that cage size alone didn't seem to impact the development of stereotypical digging in gerbils, so that means that the stereotype may be caused instead by lack of activities to do (like digging- remember, in the study they only increased cage side, not necessarily the amount of stuff to dig in).
So what do you think?