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What will you get your pet for Christmas?

CIMG1224 An Associated Press poll shows 52 percent of pet owners plan to buy their animals a holiday gift — up from 43 percent last year. What will you get your pet? How much will you spend? Do you wrap their gift for them?

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11/24/2009 8:35AM
What will you get your pet for Christmas?
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11/30/2009 5:56AM
Laura Glosemeyer
Hi Kidd.. I am always listening but I have never written in before so I do not have your email address.. Sorry, So I am hoping that you receive this little message. But I wanted to let you know that I am a Tupperware Consultant and I would love to introduce you to Tupperware. We have some great specials going on as well so take a look at my website and let me know if you have any questions. Thanks so much to both of you. You 2 always have the best topics and they are always family safe for that car ride to school. Thanks again Laura Glosemeyer 262-470-3906
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