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The life of rescue sure has its' ups and downs. Some days are better than others. Sometimes weeks go by and you have no idea where the time went. Other times you can't wait for the week to be finished. This was one of those weeks for me.

Stress can often get the better of us. We get emails every day about dogs in urgent need of rescue. If that isn't pressure enough, we have to deal with people, daily, that think nothing of dumping their beloved family members, often for the lamest reasons.

We have heard every reason in the book for people dumping their pets. Unfortunately, once their beloved pets are surrendered, we see the aftermath of those decisions. Family pets that are displaced, sent to shelters; stressing and searching for their people. These innocents don't understand YOUR reasoning behind dumping them. If they had any comprehension as to "why" they are being dumped ... I have no doubt they would do anything in their power to "make it right".

Unfortunately, they cannot help that they shed, they cannot help that you have decided to have a baby and no longer have time for them. They don't understand that you have moved to a new home and don't want dog hair in your new place or even worse, your new home does not allow pets (you didn't think to ask about pet ownership PRIOR to signing a lease). They don't understand that you just picked up a cute little puppy and it seems their loyal family pet, who they've had for many years, doesn't like being jumped on and pestered by the new puppy, so can you please take our old dog? Or, how about this one "my dog is 12 years old, we've had her since she was a puppy, but now she is sick and the vet says it may cost a fair bit to make her better ... so since I can't afford vet bills, perhaps you can take this dog off my hands now?"

It's weeks like this where I end up with a migraine. I try to vocalize and speak on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves ... but often it falls on deaf ears. I can only hope that next week will not be as stressful. 

My head hurts and my heart breaks for those "once beloved family pets" having to start all over again (that is if they should they be lucky enough to make it out of the shelter or find rescue).

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Aug 28/08

Bubba - URGENT 
Bubba is in URGENT need of a home before the end of this Labour Day weekend. 

Through no fault of his own, his owner's circumstances have changed and Bubba needs to find a home or he will be surrendered to a shelter. 

Bubba is 4 years old and good with children (lived with a 2 year old). Bubba has a happy disposition and would make a great family pet.

If you can find it in your heart to give Bubba a home, it would save him the stress of going from his family to a shelter.

Please tell everyone you know who is looking for a companion to check out the pictures of Bubba and be sure to tell them to get in touch with Tina (519) 657-2518 if they can give him a home.

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Aug 27/08

The Dog & The Child
~ Author Unknown ~

The Dog: When I'm a puppy, I'll cry at night, and you'll have to get up every couple of hours during the night. When I'm sick, I sneeze, get runny noses, run a fever, cough, and sometimes throw up. When I'm hungry my stomach makes noises. When I'm tired I take a nap. When I'm thirsty I look for something to drink. When I'm happy, I smile and when I'm sad, you can see it in my eyes. When I don't get my way, I throw a tantrum. When I get hurt, I cry. When I get hit, I cower. When I get scared, I hide behind your leg and look to you for assurance. When you leave me, I miss you. When you come home from work, I get excited. When you ask me about my day, I get silly. When you play catch with me, take me to the park, take me for a walk and teach me stuff about the world, I look to you with admiration. When you're mad at me, I feel sorrow. When you're proud of me, I feel accomplishment.

The Child: When I'm a baby, I'll cry at night, and you'll have to get up every couple of hours during the night. When I'm sick, I sneeze, get runny noses, run a fever, cough, and sometimes throwup. When I'm hungry, my stomach makes noises. When I'm tired, I take a nap. When I'm thirsty, I look for something to drink. When I'm happy, I smile and when I'm sad, you can see it in my eyes. When I don't get my way, I throw a tantrum. When I get hurt, I cry. When I get hit, I cower. When I get scared, I hide behind your leg and look to you for assurance. When you leave me, I miss you. When you come home from work, I get excited. When you ask me about my day, I get silly. When you play catch with me, take me to the park, take me for a walk and teach me stuff about the world, I look to you with admiration. When you're mad at me, I feel sorrow. When you're proud of me, I feel accomplishment.

We have the same feelings, this dog and this child. We will spark in you emotions, of Joy and of Pride. We have the same feelings, this dog and this child. We both feel pain, we both bleed and we both cry.

We have the same feelings, this dog and this child. We both feel the fear, of you not loving us and of dying.

We ask you to consider, why is one of us more disposable than the other.

Sincerely, This Dog and This Child

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Aug 26/08

Stuey Patrol Update
Jamie is getting more and more comfortable here with us. He has been watching our "Stuey patrol" since he arrived and has learned that the window is a GREAT look-out spot to catch Stuey approach the house. 

The only difference between Jamie and the rest of the crew, is that Stuey doesn't get Jamie going. Jamie seems to have NO interest in Stuey (thank God). Jamie can perch and watch Stuey saunter across the yard. The only way we know Stuey is approaching is when Jamie is on "lookout" and we can hear the "thump, thump" of his tail wagging. "Pffffffffffffffft" says Stuey. Jamie is NO FUN at all. He can't get him worked up, no matter what he does!!

The other morning I was outside with Jamie and Stuey got brave and came right up to the fence (he was spying on us). I didn't even notice that Stuey was there. He flicked his tail ... hissed at Jamie ... and NOTHING. Heck, you're no fun Jamie!! On the other hand, he has NO trouble getting the rest of my pack worked up. 

In this picture, I know for a fact Stuey is hiding in the brush ... exactly where my three doggies are looking. He gets their attention EVERYTIME!! Tegra must be covering the side of the yard (in case he makes a breakaway).

I am finally able to get within two feet of Stuey (he allows me to get this close when I'm dishing out food). Here is a picture of our little terrorist. 

My husband will soon have to get busy building Stuey a nice, comfy home for the winter. We don't want to see him get cold. He's a great little cat (when he is not pestering my dogs). In fact, Stuey patrols our yard all the time. If we have company over ... you can be sure that Stuey is spying on us from the safety of the garden. SO, many plants to hide behind and he follows my husband around all the time. 

Stuey always needs to know what is going on in his yard. He makes a great watchdog and has kept raccoons and other pesky wildlife AWAY from our home. It's about time he started to earn his keep around here (-:

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Aug 25/08

Buddy UpdateOur little man Buddy has finally gone home to be with his forever family. His family, his new brother Mugsy and new mom Pam. We are so happy for Buddy.

Buddy has a long drive home today. Buddy, Mugsy and mom will be on the road for about 12 hours before they arrive home in Michigan. It was a long way to drive to adopt her new baby, but we know that mom must be very committed to Buddy to make such a long trip. Buddy will be very loved and spoiled. He will have lamb rugs to lie on and nothing but the best to eat (-: 

Buddy was to go home a few weeks ago, but unfortunately, his new mom was involved in an auto accident. Thankfully she was not hurt and we only had to postpone their meeting. The day finally arrived and we all anxiously waited to hear how the meeting went with Buddy and Mugsy. Mom had already fallen in love with Buddy (-:

Their meeting turned out well and everyone will soon be home, enjoying each others' company. I know that while we are all thrilled and happy for Buddy, he leaves behind a very sad foster family, who were very, very attached to this little cutie. This was probably the hardest foster for them to give up.

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Aug 22/08

Show Your Support
It is the third year anniversary of the enactment of the Pitbull Ban, Aug. 29, 2005.

I wanted to make you aware of a very important event that is happening this Saturday August 23rd. 'My Dog Votes' walk being held at Queen Park in Toronto from 2-4 p.m.

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We want as many people out that will show their support in our fight to overturn this law. We go to court again in September and this walk will show Ontario that we are united in our fight to overturn the ban. Come out and show your support!

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Aug 21/08

Zoomies 
The last few days have been much nicer here as Jamie has FINALLY settled and is relaxed. A couple of days ago, Jamie, for the first time, came and cuddled on the couch and fell asleep with me. Prior to that, he was up and down; never resting. Our little man is now relaxed and feels part of the family.

Pebbles adores him and he can't wait to get out for his playdate with Pebs. Jamie seems to enjoy digging ... just like the rest of the crew. 

Pebbles' favourite part about digging is to play "back catcher" (-: 

Pebbles always parks herself behind the digger and catches the dirt in her mouth. After digging for a few minutes and getting each other covered in dirt it's time for "zoomies". Jamie zooms and Pebbles tries to catch him.

It's amazing that Pebbles remembers little Jamie and still considers him to be her baby. It's lucky for Jamie too, as she has now saved his butt from getting whooped a couple of times by Tegra. Jamie, for some reason, thinks he can push Tegra around ... but at twice his weight, I doubt that would ever happen. Pebbles just wants to make sure Tegra doesn't hurt him while trying to teach him that he can't push her around. 

It's nice to see Jamie finally relaxing and becoming part of the family.

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Aug 20/08

Great Updates
We've had some great updates from our adoptive homes lately. It seems our furbabies are ALL enjoying the hot summer days and making the best of it.

Our beautiful boy Flex has been enjoying some vacation time with his mom and dad at the Muskokas (what a lucky boy ... it's SO beautiful out there) (-: Here is a picture of Flex enjoying the water and kayak.

We even heard that Flex is active in weight-pulling. What an incredibly lucky boy he is to have found such a loving family that allows him to have fun and be himself (-:

We have also received lots of pictures and updates on Jessie and her family. She and her human brother have bonded so quickly and, I must say, there aren't too many pictures of Jessie where she is without her human brother.

They are like two peas in a pod and never far from each other. It brings great joy to our hearts to see our adopted babies in such loving homes. Their updates and pictures bring smiles to our hearts.

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Aug 18/08

Back at the Ranch
It was a quiet weekend, thank goodness! My husband was away for half the week, last week, and I was kept on my toes with all the furries. 

It is almost like having a newborn baby around when you've got to switch up the dogs and their play-groups every four hours (like clockwork). Jamie just LOVES to play with Pebbles and I am surprised she can keep up with him. By the time those two are done playing, they are ready for a nap just to be prepared for their next play-date.

I took Jamie with me on the weekend for a drive. I thought it would be nice to get him out of the house and perhaps he could meet some new friends. We stopped in at the Shelter to say "hi". Jamie was very curious about the cats at the Shelter, but didn't seem to be bothered by them. He didn't try to eat them - that's a good sign (-: 

We both saw something VERY unusual there though ... a HUGE iguana named IGG. lol Jamie was not interested in meeting IGG, however, and I think the feeling was mutual (-: If anyone is looking for a 6 foot iguana, I know where you can find one!!! Check out the Owen Sound Animal Shelter and ask about the 'BIG IGG'.

Back at the ranch, Stuey is still pestering the dogs and I have to say he's been keeping Riggs and Sassy in excellent shape this summer.  lol  It used to be Riggs that kept everyone in shape, now we have Stuey! By the time Stuey is done with Riggs, he is SO tired and worn out that he can't move a muscle. 

This is a shot of our pathetic pupper ... all worn out. This is ALL Stuey's doing!

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Aug 15/08

Double Urgent
We have a courtesy posting on our website for two very sweet Miniature Pinscher mixes that are in URGENT, URGENT need of a forever home.

Chade and Chester are 8 and 10 years old and have always been together, so we are looking for a forever home OR foster that will take both.

These two have been together forever and should not be separated. Both dogs are very gentle and affectionate and love to play, play, play! Because they are getting older, they do like their naps and sleep a fair bit. Chester needs to be let out for potty more frequently due to bladder stones. Chade can be shy when first meeting people, however, Chester is more independent and outgoing when meeting new people. Both dogs also love to play with other dogs.

Unfortunately, their owner works long hours and is often away and feels Chade and Chester are not getting the time and attention they deserve.

If you think you could provide a loving home for Chade AND Chester, please contact Effi at (416) 821-4903 or email effivlass@gmail.com.

Thanks everyone and have a GREAT weekend!

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Aug 14/08

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter 
Great news everyone!! Spaycentral Toronto has met their fundraising target/start-up of $173,000.00 and will soon be opening their doors to low-cost spay and neuter. The facility is open to everyone who makes an appointment with them (rescues and shelters alike).

This service has been needed for quite some time and we are thrilled that someone has taken the initiative to finally bring this much needed service to Ontario.

They will also be providing a service called "Neuter Scooter", which is a shuttle bus that stops in designated locations to pick up pets for their spay/neuter appointments. This will make it much easier for people that do not drive or cannot drive to their appointments.

The clinic still requires help with supplies, such as plastic bags, towels, blankets and cleaning supplies. If you cannot donate monetarily, perhaps you could help with some of the supplies they need.

Check their website www.spaycentral.com for more information.

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Aug 13/08

Urgent - Foster or Forever Home Needed
We have been asked to help get the word out for Falcon. Falcon is a very sweet 4 year old, neutered, Husky. 

As you can see from his picture, he is a very handsome boy. Unfortunately, due to the baby being very allergic, Falcon is regrettably looking for another foster or forever home.

Falcon is a very friendly boy who gets along well with other dogs and is good with children, but it would be best if he found a home without a cat. Falcon would definitely need a home with a secure fenced yard and he would love a family that can give him an active lifestyle.

Please contact furrymutts@sympatico.ca if you can provide foster care for this fellow, or are interested in adopting this energetic boy.

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Aug 12/08

Second Level
ANML-RESQ is very proud and pleased to let everyone know that one of our adopted furkids, Brie, has graduated Second Level Obedience this past weekend. Congratulations Brie!!! We always knew you were a smart girl (-:

It is always great to hear about our rescued dogs and how well they are doing.

We understand that Brie now has her sights set on a sporting dog training course. These courses include agility, flyball, dock-diving, herding, tracking ... all things sports. I have a feeling Brie will do well in agility.

Brie is fortunate to have a mom that is eager to learn. So Brie will reap the benefits of having a family that enjoys spending time with her and teaching her new things. Brie is a good student and very eager to learn as well.

We wish you all the best with your new adventure Brie. Be sure to send us lots of pictures!

Here is a picture of Brie and her very proud mom, Allie!

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Aug 11/08

Great Weekend
We had a pretty eventful weekend. We had company in and the routine we were just getting into got a little side-tracked.

Jamie wasn't complaining though ... he got to sleep with our guests. Jen and Cory came up for a little relaxation and with the rain-filled days, relaxing is about all you can do.

Pebbles and Jamie have struck up a great relationship. Pebbles, once again, has taken on the roll of mama to Jamie. Every night they get into play mode and have a great time pushing, shoving and prancing around the room. They play ring-around-the-lazy boy chair with Jamie racing round and round with Pebbles in hot pursuit. 

Saturday night Jamie got a little carried away and had to be put in his place by Pebbles. It was a couple days in coming, but the attitude adjustment was needed. He quickly settled down and was good as gold for the rest of the night. Way to go mama Pebs. You have always been so fair and gentle with your lessons to the babies. You have turned many a wayward pup in the right direction.

We were able to get the transport of two dogs filled to the Owen Sound Animal Shelter. I would like to thank everyone who volunteered their time on a Sunday to help these boys to safety. They had a long car ride, lovingly transported by several drivers and made it safely to Owen Sound. 

They will soon be up for adoption. Their names are Bandit and Heller, so be sure to check out the Owen Sound Animal Shelter dog adoption web page to get a peek at them.

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Aug 8/08

Time is Almost Up
There is a female Rottie in one of our City pounds who is about 60 to 70 lbs, a very pretty girl, 99% Rottie. She is young and friendly. She is food motivated, no barrier aggression, knows what a treat is, will sit quickly if asked and will shake a paw. 

Her time is up this weekend, as she has been in the City pound July 28th. I hate to see her fall into the wrong hands. I think she is a great dog.

If you would like to adopt this girl or know someone that can foster her, please contact Lois at loisjackson@sympatico.ca.

We are also trying to set up transport to Owen Sound for two Rottweiler mixes (approx. 50-60 lbs). We have most of the legs covered, but are having difficulty with Hamilton/Burlington to Guelph area. And also, Guelph to Mount Forest. 

If you have a vehicle that can accommodate these two dogs, please contact us at anmlresq@hotmail.com. One dog should be crated for safety sake (driver would have to supply a crate). We want to help these dogs out! If they don't get transport this weekend, they WILL be euthanized.

Have a great weekend everyone!!

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Aug 7/08

Brat-Cat
I know when fosters bring in a new dog, their household can go topsy-turvy for a few days or so. My crazy day, really had nothing to do with my foster boy Jamie as he is actually a very good boy and hasn't been any trouble at all.

My trouble began in the morning. It was time to feed Stuey, but I realized we ran out of his Fancy Feast. He would have to make do with dry kibble until we could pick up some more (he gets kibble and Fancy Feast everyday - spoiled).

Well, I guess Stuey wasn't having any of that! He looked at me as I passed his wet food dish and only filled his bowl with kibble. I could just see the look in his eyes, asking "Where's my Fancy Feast mom ... you know I can't start my day without my Fancy Feast". I thought to myself ... sorry, little buddy ... all I have is kibble - we'll get your Fancy Feast later. 

THAT was when my trouble started. Under the deck he went with an evil grin on his face. As if on cue, all the dogs started barking, singing and trying to bring down the fence. He had them all stirred up and back and forth they went. Out the door I go to "shoo" Stuey away and no sooner do I get back in the house Stuey started again. 

Good grief!! NO ONE should have to wake up this way! Remind me again WHY we are feeding you Stuey? Back and forth I went, trying to get Stuey out from under the deck ... ha, fat chance of that happening ... I can't crawl under there! What does a person have to do to get some peace and quiet around here? What can I give the kitty that he wants - short of going to the store for Fancy Feast?

Since I didn't want the dogs to wake up the whole neighbourhood, I had no choice. I went back into the house and grabbed a can of tuna from our pantry, opened it and served it to our demanding little brat-cat Stuey. THEN, all was quiet - that didn't sit well with me. I would NEVER consider giving my dogs a treat to shut them up ... that's just NOT right! Why am I doing it with Stuey? 

Now, I know what cat owners mean when they say you DON'T own a cat, they own you!

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Aug 6/08

Brie Update
Our little girl Brie is doing really, really well, says her very proud mom, Allie. 

Brie has already completed her first level of obedience with flying colours and is onto her second level.

Brie is a bundle of energy, so mom makes sure she gets a brisk walk before her class on Saturday mornings. Brie gets lots of training sessions in a day and I can attest to the fact that Allie has a very good helper in Noah. 

Noah is Allie's son and he has been accompanying mom and Brie to her obedience classes - GOOD FOR YOU NOAH!! Noah is learning all the techniques of training a dog and BOY, is he good at what he does!! I love to hear when a child is SO interested in dogs and training. I have no doubt Noah will be a future rescuer, and who knows - maybe even the next Dog Whisperer!! (-:

Keep up the great work with Brie and all the fosters that pass through your door Allie and Noah!! I hear CGN will be next on Brie's list of accomplishments as she is working hard with her obedience so she can take the CGN test next. I have no doubt she will accomplish her goal, with the help of Allie and Noah.

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Noah and Brie cill'n!

What's better than a good chew on a bone and a fun game to relax after a rigid training session.

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Aug 5/08

Momma Pebbles
Jamie is starting to settle into his new surroundings and my gang is getting used to a newcomer in the house.

Jamie is getting very comfortable with momma Pebbles. I even caught the two of them playing yesterday. Jamie seems to be quite cautious around other dogs and the slightest movement makes him nervous. But momma Pebs has welcomed him back into the family.

At first, I don't think Jamie remembered her. He also didn't remember how to use the doggy-door. His memory to both clicked instantaneously when he got a little bit of an "attitude" going on. He thought he would chase Pebbles away from me ... BIG mistake! He suddenly got "total recall" when Pebbles didn't back down from him, but rather kept moving forward - almost daring him to "try it". The two had a bit of a stand-off, then Pebbles decided she needed to set him straight right now! No more welcoming committee ... it was time to show Jamie who rules around here; JUST in case he had forgotten! lol ...I laughed so hard when he immediately submitted to Pebbles and then he made a bee-line for the doggy-door with Pebbles in hot pursuit. I LOVE watching my pack and how they work together. Pebbles is my number one, right-hand gal.

I have set the pack up into two play groups for now. While the boyz (Winston and Riggs) are dying to meet Jamie face-to-face, I know this meeting isn't going to happen in the near future. It would be too much for Jamie. 

I am proud of Winston and Riggs though. I thought it would be much harder for them to accept a newcomer into the house. They pretty much ignore Jamie, even though they can see each other behind the gates. Sometimes they just lie there ... Jamie on one side, Riggs or Winston on the other. For now, it's a lot of work as play times/potty outings have to be planned and scheduled. So, when it's Jamie's time for play, I have to gate Sassy into the hallway, then I have to send the boys upstairs and let Tegra DOWN from upstairs. Then I can let Jamie out. Once playtime is over, everything is done, again, in reverse.

It's nice to see Jamie finally relaxing and settling in with the old gang.

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Aug 3/08

Jamie
One day, over three years ago, my husband and I took in these two darling pups to foster. Both babies needed to get out of the shelter and they were stressing badly. We couldn't take one and not the other, so we offered to take both.

Enter into our lives, Sassy and Jamie. Two of the cutest little puppies you ever laid eyes on.


[Jamie on the left and Sassy on the right]

Unfortunately, within days of arriving, both pups fell ill with parvo. Thankfully the diagnosis was made quickly. Although both were sick, Jamie was in very, very bad shape. We prayed every day for a week and finally our babies returned from the vet. Not long after recovering, Jamie was adopted to a wonderful family. 

At that time, we decided we couldn't bear to see Sassy leave us too, so we took the plunge and adopted our baby girl.

Sadly, due to unfortunate circumstances, our Jamie has returned to us. It was a truly heartbreaking circumstance and a little girl is left heartbroken and missing her bestest friend. Preparations were made for Jamie's return. 

It has been a LONG time since we have brought a new-comer into our family and we weren't sure how the gang was going to react. Would Sassy remember her bratty, brother? Sassy isn't always fond of other dogs ... this would be an interesting experience.

Jamie arrived late on Friday night so we decided to put him in the bedroom and let him chill for the night. No meetings with the other furkids. He had already been through so much. So, the next morning, after breakfast and potty it was time for the test. We put all the dogs into separate areas and brought Sass and Jamie together. There was no posturing, no grumbles. They smelled each other and we knew at that moment that they both remembered each other. After all those years ... AMAZING!!! Next was Tegra and Pebbles. AGAIN, both girls remembered Jamie. Although he was a little apprehensive (Tegra has grown HUGE since they last met), Jamie and Tegra are actually the best of friends now.

Here is a picture of Sassy at the moment she met Jamie. She is looking up at me as if to ask "where did you find him mom"?

And here is a picture of Jamie and Sassy, together again!

Jamie is settling in beautifully and is getting used to being back again.

I am sure I'll have lots of stories to tell as we get to know Jamie a little better. To be honest, he hasn't changed a stitch since he was here. Same personality, same silly ways. The only difference now is that he is much bigger (-:

We love you Jamie! It is nice to have you back home ... even if it is only until your forever home can be found.

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