How to recycle a pumpkin!

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How to recycle a pumpkin!

Post by kt_dragonfly on Sun 2 Nov 2008 - 20:55

Gary asked what I wanted to do with Jack and joked bout putting it in the rat cage... So I did lol!

Nermal - Ooooooooo whats dis


Nermal gets stuck in


Matilda comes to investigate


Then Molly


Nessa sneaks up on it


And the only decent pic of the boys getting stuck in!

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Post by supergran on Sun 2 Nov 2008 - 21:13

Molly looks like she's had a perm, don't like rats but she is a nice colour.

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Post by kimb on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 8:59

oooeeer did they eat it or play in it ,,has molly got any fur??

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Post by Maria on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 10:03

pumpkin soup is the most delicious soup of all in my opinion (mind you, not after the rats have been eating it!)

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Re: How to recycle a pumpkin!

Post by Guest on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 10:15

That's a good idea for recycling. Always thought pumpkin was a bit tasteless.
Suppose it's whatever you put with it for a soup.
Bobs - what are you going to do with your 2 pumpkins ?

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Post by Maria on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 10:16

aww Pattys pumpkin soup is delicious....

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Re: How to recycle a pumpkin!

Post by kt_dragonfly on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 10:41

Molly is a hairless rat, so only a liddle bit of fur lol

It's a cross between playing & eating it to be honest. Gave them something new to interact with, especially when we put some food in and they had to work out how they were going to get it out! However the boys just started eating poor Jack!

Next year if I still have the 2 cages will have to get 2 pumpkins lol!

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Post by Guest on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 10:54

Brilliant use for a pumpkin! Love the pictures!

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Re: How to recycle a pumpkin!

Post by Di Masters on Mon 3 Nov 2008 - 11:28

Nice to see it was useful after Halloween!
Not worried by pet rats but have to say seeing the one with no fur is a bit odd lol.

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