All done with these little nuggets for now, thank you to everyone who adopted!
I've got some new petz up for sale, or possibly trade? These are all KittyCatz (I forgot how fun this file is to breed with) x Sunhill Persians, except for Texas, who inherited her stubby little legs from the Magnolia Munchkin. 💙💙
No files are needed, as these are all overwrites ~ I'll provide links to the files needed for breeding with the petfiles. They're shown as adults, but I'll send them at age 12 so you can choose to watch them grow up. Probz inbred. Also, these are all places I've traveled to (except for Texas, but I'll tell you h'wat.. Texas seems cool)
No limit! I'd like 3-5 bones each ~ pay what you think they're worth, I'm still trying to figure out what everything's worth in this new economy.
pet name: email: best place you've ever visited:
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paige@rattlesnow❄️ Hey, that's in my state! I've never been there, maybe I should check it out
Ohhhhh it is so cool!!!! It's in a remote part of the state which I guess makes it hard to visit, but I love the remoteness and it's so worth it. There are lots of caves and when we were there, we only ran into people in two other caves. The rest were completely empty. It is such a strange and eerie but also neat feeling to be at the bottom of a 4 story cave with no natural light and no other people and ice (in the middle of summer!) and then you turn off your flashlight... We went to this one cave that they said that the sun sets into and I was sure we were going to have competition so I was like "LET'S GET THERE AN HOUR EARLY FOR A GOOD SPOT." Didn't see one other person the whole time. It was really cool. Especially compared to Yosemite, which is basically Disneyland there's so many people. Also if you ever do get up to the area, I recommend Surprise Valley Hot Springs in Cedarville, CA. I think it was like $90 a night (during the weekend it might be $20-30 more) and you get your own private mineral hotsprings in the back of your hotel room, it's fenced off and you can control the heat of it. It was SO nice!
pet name: Georgia! email: email@example.com best place you've ever visited: sedona, arizona and zion national park in utah have been my favourites so far! i'm going to hawaii in just a few days though, so that'll probably be another favourite!
pet name:Nebraska email:Rowja70@gmail.com best place you've ever visited: The Ponderosa Ranch. I got to see where they filmed some of the tv movies and got to tour the ground floor of the Ranch house. There was no second floor even though there was stairs. Apparently the second floor interiors were filmed in a studio.
I heard though that the location burned down in a forest fire not too long ago.
Can you send me a link to the two overwriting files you used?
pet name: Oregon email:MeaghanEdwards@gmail.com best place you've ever visited: Muir Woods, in Marin County, California. Absolutely spectacular to see these magnificent trees. Tied with the New River Gorge in WV.