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Zoomie video!

Allie0078

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#13
Elsa is about 1.5 and Olaf will be 1 next week
Ahhh. One of mine does that at about half the speed. The other doesn’t do it at all. I suspect mine are a bit older than that though (3-4 maybe). Not sure as from a rescue.
I’d love them to speed about like that - although their cage is not as fabulous as yours either - bunk beds are amazing!
 

AlphaUrd13

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#14
Zoomies never get boring to watch, mine do it like a daily ritual and they're so fast they crash into each other despite having plenty of space, they can't stop once they start and don't stick to any track and just rampage 😂

Lemme share mine here
 

HeatherW

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#15
Haha! I love how one sets the other off! I caught Pickle dashing around last night, excited to be getting some food!
 
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#18
Watching piggies doing zoomies is just brilliant - so relaxing and very therapeutic.
I definitely needed to watch those videos as I have a challenging situation to deal with later this evening.
I may need to watch them again later to relax :nod:
 
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