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January 15, 2023


Family Pet Lost For 30 Years Found Alive In Attic

(Thanks to Rick Day)


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So scientists need to conduct a longevity study based on a steady diet of termite larvae?

They should look again. Maybe Richard Simmons and D.B. Cooper are up there too.

Do they credit Manuel for the fact that the termite infested house is still standing thirty years later?

That is so much better than finding a dead tortoise after 30 years in an attic.

So the takeaway here is that it can take some pets and people a long time to come out of their shell???

The tortoise did some lickin' and kept on tickin' 🐢

@Meanie— A tortoise dead for 30 years = a shell.

Finally, an answer to the question, "What does it take to get some peace and quiet around here?"

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