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Caring for Your Grey Pet
"Why would I ever want a pet that is always sad?"
This has been a longstanding question for many pet owners around Neopia. Over time, many myths surrounding grey Neopets and their behaviour have surfaced. But how many are true? And how can we care for grey Neopets properly?
As the owner of 2 grey Neopets, I have plenty of experience. One of the most frustrating things about being a grey pet owner is the myths that surround our grey friends! These myths are simply untrue, and should be examined thoroughly for the good of all grey Neopets.
MYTH #1: "Grey pets are always sad and gloomy." This is simply not true. Haven’t you ever heard of the phrase "you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover?" Many grey pets have a lacklustre facial expression, but this does not reflect their mood. Grey pets often get lost in their thoughts and daydreams, but this does not mean they are necessarily feeling sad. Furthermore, many grey pets look quite cheerful, such as the Usul, Kougra, Korbat, Draik, and Bruce, who sport a lovely smile!
|Own Kind of Magic|
“Icielle, pay attention!” She her mother call from the seats below. “You’re off-key!”
The young Aisha onstage muttered a quick apology, adjusted the grip on her violin, and started the measure again.
|Caring for Your Grey Pet |
“Why would I ever want a pet that is always sad?”
This has been a longstanding question for many pet owners around Neopia. Over time, many myths surrounding grey neopets and their behaviour have surfaced. But how many are true?
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Are you tired of the long trek to Krawk or Mystery Island? Sick of waiting hours in line just to be seen by a trainer for one class? Are your pockets empty because of exorbitant codestone prices that only seem to get more expensive? Well in today’s issue of the Neopian Times, we’ve teamed up with some of Neopia’s finest at-home fitness experts in order to show you AND your pets that fitness doesn’t need to cost an arm, leg, and hours of your time!
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