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meet toothless! she is 3 months old and the most adorable baby ever

meet toothless! she is 3 months old and the most adorable baby ever

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  1. You’re an angel!!! I have a. Lack cat rescued from the street 3 years ago and named him toothless as he acts like toothless from how to train your dragon!! I love this cutie and thank you for being humane 💜

  2. Hi toothless you look kind of fun I hope you have a good few days try not to jump on the counter but it’s OK if you do just do it when nobody’s looking I love you take care

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Titiyo is out looking for something called spring seems that it got lost 😉❤️

All geckos shed their skin at fairly regular intervals, with different species differing in timing and method. When shedding begins, geckos accelerate the process by detaching the loose skin from their body and eating it.

All geckos shed their skin at fairly regular intervals, with different species differing in timing and method. When shedding begins, geckos accelerate the process by detaching the loose skin from their body and eating it.