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In memory of Lola,too.

Discussion in 'Hermit Crab Obituaries - In Memory Of "Skip".' started by CJ, Mar 1, 2006.

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  1. CJ

    CJ "First Molt In Progress"

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    [​IMG] The second Lola, "Lola,too" did not
    make it back from her molt. I'm so very
    sad about this. She was a little E.

    cj
     
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    Becca (Small Crab)

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    I'm sorry, we have such hopes for our littler molters and it's really sad to lose one.
     
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    pineapplemama (Small Crab)

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    So sorry for your loss. I think I saw someone else mention E's having a hard time with molting...I hope mine will be okay when the time comes.

    That song is now stuck in my head...

    ...her name was Lola...she was a showgirl...

    well, those E's are rather active...and with 10 legs...

    At least you know her last days were in a seagull free and free food home...

    -C
     
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    CJ "First Molt In Progress"

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    Thanks, friends!

    Lola was a zippy little one!
    Now the song is stuck in my head,too!!

    I do hope she was happy for the time
    she was with me. She seemed to be.
     
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    moire_eel "Second Molt, A Success"

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    I'm sorry about Lola. It seems like this is a common way to lose Es.
     
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    CJ "First Molt In Progress"

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    Thank you, moire.

    I am so trying to learn the proper care
    of these little hermies.

    Still waiting on the resurfacing of the cavipes.
     
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