Boris And Bjorn Side By Side

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Aw, sending them hugs. Are you sure I can't send you some extra grids in the post if that would help? Save driving( postage probably less than petrol costs!). Here are my two boys in their new biggerView attachment 27604 basket while I cleaned out the other day. And in their C&C this morning.View attachment 27605
Aww they are so sweet they really are and your set up is gorgeous so much room. I know it's quite expensive to send grids through the post cos they are heavy. But thank you so much for the offer, if I'm ever coming up that way I let u know lol xx have seen somewhere that sells them for 2.99 a grid don't know about th p&p tho. I once sent something to someone by a parcel carrier it worked out cheaper . Crazy really xx
 

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They are looking great side by side and I am sure they will be happy in their new fab set up
Hopefully just needs to be a tad bigger I think. No dramas yet tho been pacing along the devider and rumbling and sniffing one another. Typical boys xx
 

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Fingers crossed they can get over their differences! Cute little lads, great little idea for them to live next door to each other for the time being! *hugs*
 

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Aww they are so sweet they really are and your set up is gorgeous so much room. I know it's quite expensive to send grids through the post cos they are heavy. But thank you so much for the offer, if I'm ever coming up that way I let you know lol xx have seen somewhere that sells them for 2.99 a grid don't know about th p&p tho. I once sent something to someone by a parcel carrier it worked out cheaper . Crazy really xx
I try to make sure I have the biggest configuration when I have boars on foster, or mad youngsters like these two! It does rather take over the lounge, but all tucks away in the attic between foster cases. Basil and Toby are sweet, not quite used to cuddles yet but getting better every day. Just get in touch if you are coming this way and want the grids etc. Big hugs for Sherman and Dylan x
 

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I try to make sure I have the biggest configuration when I have boars on foster, or mad youngsters like these two! It does rather take over the lounge, but all tucks away in the attic between foster cases. Basil and Toby are sweet, not quite used to cuddles yet but getting better every day. Just get in touch if you are coming this way and want the grids etc. Big hugs for Sherman and Dylan x
Thankyou. I will hugs to basil and Toby too. Not forgetting yourself xx
 

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EBay used to sell individual grids with free postage and packing pretty cheap.I use plastic coated grids that are even cheaper.Vonhaus locking systems I think.Maybe use some of those for some of outside.I mix grid panels with them too.They are dirt cheap compared to normal grids
 

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Oh I'm sorry that those cuties fell out....
I bought some second hand grids recently and My Hermes was the cheapest way to transport them.
 

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Oh I'm sorry that those cuties fell out....
I bought some second hand grids recently and My Hermes was the cheapest way to transport them.
I sent something by parcels to go I think. Took it to my local shop and they delivered it really cheap and fast. So if I find some I will proberbly do it that way. If it's not travel able for me x
 

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Oh I'm sorry that those cuties fell out....
I bought some second hand grids recently and My Hermes was the cheapest way to transport them.
I was going to suggest MyHermes too, I use them all the time now. Especially when selling on ebay as it's so much cheaper than Royal Mail's signed for service.
 
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