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Old January 15th, 2010, 07:58 AM
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She mostly drools a lot when she's eating or drinking, or in a panic (given her abuse issues), we were approached last week by a strange man who tried to pat her on the head without asking, and when he approached her, she began her panic drooling. It's probably the worst when she shakes her head, but you get very skilled at drool dodging.

We have a full set of drool towels handy, and the "magic eraser" for dried droolies is my best friend.
Whatever you a good one.
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