Both messages are from me, I just thought I would share the ebates with everyone. been wanting to that awhile ago, but, just never got to it.
If you look at the link, you will see sybil's name on it.
Even though I might not post as much as I would like to, but, I do check this board a couple or more times a day.
The ebates is FREE, no money out of your pocket, only in your pocket. I have been using ebates for a long time, it is easy to use once you register. in fact, anytime you shop online, you will get a drop down message from ebates.
Trust me, it is NOT any type of scam.


Get money back when shopping online and at many stores from Ebates.............. most stores have different percentage rates back. (they usually deposit it in Paypal account.
if you did not sign up yet, please use the link below: (you will get an instant 10.00 for signing up. but, please use the link below.
also, when you use ebates, you should go there first, then select the store you want shop online. this will ensure you get paid. (however, as I mentioned, there should be a drop down menu at the top also)

https://www.ebates.com/r/SYBIL414?eeid=29041

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NOTICE THIS BOARD WILL BE DOWN FOR A LITTLE WHILE. NOT SURE WHEN. I NEED TO DO UPDATES ON IT. I WILL GIVE EVERYONE AMPLE TIME WHEN THIS WILL HAPPEN.

Spayed female nesting

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Spayed female nesting

Postby cledwards/hank » Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:39 pm

Have any of you with spayed females ever have their raccoons nest and act like they had babies? Hank is 3 years as of Sept. A year ago, we went through this. Vet told me to find her something small like her babies would be and give it to her, it worked. This went on for about a week. All of sudden, she was back to her old self. She has definitely had some unique aspects of her. She is a inside/outside raccoon. She comes in at night leaves in the morning. You would think it would be the opposite. I definitely hear the wild raccoons talking or calling her. She obviously has been accepted. I was always told if they were spayed and domesticated they wouldn't be. If it's a male, maybe she has just a small amount of hormones they can still mate. Funny thing is, she still chooses to come home so far. We have always respected her decision. She lets us know when she wants out by chittering and pacing. Anybody else with these experiences?

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