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What's a Spirral? Find out in this peculiar tale about how to care for them!


Submitted:May 15, 2008    Reads: 129    Comments: 3    Likes: 2   


Many may ask, "What is a Spirral?" while others, such as myself, know what they are, and how to attend to them as a pet. A Spirral is a cross-bred from North Bappiwang, where even stranger animals are found. But the Spirral is a strange cross between a spider and a squirrel. These critters were found in 1846, but have been kept secret for over a hundred years. Spirrals have energetic and mischeviuos behaviours, and they can be tamed and trained to delight friends and family. What they eat Spirrals enjoy smallflying insects, and fruit or nut. Here is a simple, nutritious snack for your Spirral. Step 1; Find some flys, bees, wasps, etc. and some acorns. These will need to be fresh and clean, as Spirrals can be quite fussy. Step 2; Crack open the acorns into halves, and push the insects into the centre. Step 3; Cover it with honey, and serve it in a dish. Your Spirral will be very grateful! Exercise As Spirrals are extremely active animals, they require much exercise, and will enjoy it if you simply toss a nut back and forth to them. They may also like walks, and records have it that a Spirral will dangle from its web in acrobatic fashion, if bored. Habitat Spirrals are perfectly content in a leafy tank or cage, as it is not ideal to let a new Spirral outside until you have gained its trust. An ideal bed is either a matchbox or a shell, covered with leaves and fresh grass. A dish for water and a dish for food is compulsory, as is a tiny dish that it can use to wash itself. There must be room for your Spirral to weave its web, and you may like to leave it with a lamp, for sun-basking. Training Training has no rules except; DON'T PULL THEIR TAIL! If you are one of the few people who believe in Spirrals, do not hesitate in trying to convince others, because you can always tell whether they believe or not, hey?




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