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Pin It Tuesday: Animal Love

It is no secret that I love animals. They are wonderful creatures and aren't appreciated enough. There is nothing I love more on this planet that Duramax. Have you seen him lately? Isn't he adorable! I love my baby.



As I was making my way through newly pinned items on Pinterest, I noticed a large amount of animal love. So how else to celebrate Pin It Tuesday but with some animal love?





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  1. awwwwww. these are stinkin' cute! lol
    I hope you have a great evening. ( Isn't Pinterest so fun?)

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  2. Hi brandi, thanks for visiting and following. I love your pins! I could eat up those elephants. I jsut read an article that Melbourne ZOO will have a third one.. in 2013.. it takes forever for them to pop out haha

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  3. These pictures are absolutely adorable! My son doesn't want to stop looking at them!
    Thanks for stopping by! I'm following back!

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  4. I love animals too! This pictures are adorable!! Thanks for visiting my blog and following. I am now following you and looking forward to following your posts.

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  5. PrecIOUS! Love those photos!! Hope you are having a great week! One more day til the weekend. :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Hi, Im a new follower, loving the blog! I would love to invite you to follow me:
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    Im new and in need of some followers, Thanks so much! have a great day :)

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