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When pets go crazy: Chia pet, chia pet’s secret life story

I am not a doctor.

My expertise is in medical diagnostics.

But I can say this about chia pets: Their lives are full of surprises.

I have seen them grow to be so large, with so many hair-raising moments, they would make your stomach drop.

When I first met them, they were so tall, so full of hair and so large that I thought they had grown wings.

I saw their fur coat and saw their tiny eyes.

I found out that the babies were actually babies and that they were in fact chia babies.

The story goes that when they first were born, they weren’t quite yet grown, but they were bigger than the average human baby.

They had just enough to hang on to.

The baby was a young woman, and her name was Cia.

She was so big and so full, she would almost be able to pull her body around and stand up.

When she was born, I saw her with a pair of long, beautiful pink legs.

Her arms were so long and strong that I had to hold them with my hands.

I remember my heart breaking when I saw that her tiny arms could lift her up.

I just loved her, and it felt like my own baby, too.

She also had such a bright green belly, which I always thought was a good sign for a healthy baby.

I didn’t know she had been fed by her parents, but she did.

I don’t think I ever saw her really hungry.

The Chia babies are the rarest species of chia in the world, and they have become so big that they are almost impossible to find.

But one of the most famous chia stories is that of Cia, the tiny one, who is so much loved that her parents put her down to sleep in a corner of the house and gave her a bath.

I think they loved her so much that they put her in the back of a car and drove all the way to New Jersey to have her brought to her grandparents’ home in New York City.

When the family got home, Cia’s legs were still standing up and her arms were still huge, and she had an even more gorgeous belly, so her parents decided to give her a proper bath.

The big-headed baby had a beautiful pink tail.

I was so shocked when I opened her arms.

I thought she was going to cry.

I couldn’t believe I was holding her so lovingly.

The first thing that Cia did was run into my grandfather’s car, and we drove right back to the house.

I took the baby out into the backseat of my grandfather and started to climb out of the back.

But the baby kept on crying and crawling around the back seat, and I knew I was going crazy.

So I crawled up onto the back and put my arms around her and she started crying and laughing.

The next thing I know, she’s laying there in the bathtub, with her legs stretched out, holding her big pink belly, and a cute little green tail dangling from her tiny yellow feet.

I ran over and hugged her, thinking she had a huge appetite, but it was obvious she just needed a little more love and attention.

I kept running and running, and eventually, she finally fell asleep, which was wonderful.

It was only when we got home and put her to bed that she finally woke up.

It felt so good to hold her and make her feel so loved.

I loved holding her, too, but I think the baby had more of an appetite than Cia had.

So it was my grandparents who finally had to let her go.

She got up and started swimming in the tub, and then my grandmother brought her to me.

I said, “You should put her back in the closet.

She’s a good sleeper.”

I’m not sure why my grandmother wanted to give Cia a bath, but the little girl had a very big appetite.

I put her into the closet and put a big bowl of milk in there, and when the milk ran out, I poured water in and gave Cia the bath.

And it was so amazing that I couldn, you know, wash her.

I went out and had a cup of coffee with my grandmother, and my grandmother said, I didn.

And I said to my grandmother that it was a miracle.

She didn’t even realize she had done it.

I knew it was going well, but Cia was just so much bigger and more beautiful than I was.

I could tell she was very happy.

I never would have imagined that she would grow to the size she was.

And when she was in the hospital, the hospital was full of them.

There was Cielo, the one with the big yellow belly.

He had a big yellow tail and I was really impressed by how big he was.

Then there was the Chia baby.

He was so small, and yet