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The Gimbeast Eating A Turkey Neck

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Pretty self explanatory! I lol'd at how his legs splay out while he eats it


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He's such a dainty eater compared to our dogs.

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Ha! I should have captured the whole thing, ahaha! He actually tries to eat the necks too fast sometimes, so he'll crunch crunch crunch. And then regurgitate, and then eat that. Shane always ewwwwwws at it, I just laugh.

I once mixed some sardines I with a chicken back, and there was sardine chunks all over the floor. Good thing I have hardwood and a steam mop!

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That's exactly why we feed outside only!

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As soon as we can get a house with a yard, that's where everyone is getting fed, too!

 

He licks up every last spot of blood/whatever is on the floor. At least my floors are easy to clean. Spray some antibacterial cleaner on the kitchen floor and let the steam mop take care of it!



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All we used to clean floors when we fed inside was white vinegar. No chemicals  :D


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Ours splay their legs out really far like that too. They can't stand to get their feet messy I guess!  



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White vinegar is strong enough to kill the bacteria? Then I'm gonna use that!

I love the splaying legs, too! He IS a bit of a princess, it took forever to get him to go in the mud with and play with his buddy. Once he did, he didn't want to come out.

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Yep, and I really don't worry at all about bacteria.....as germs are everywhere in the environment! 



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I always remember to clean up and wash my hands, I'm not too worried about bacteria. When it comes to that stuff, I'm a bit anal.






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