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Hi there - I see that you only joined recently so maybe you didn't realise that we ask members not to make topics that link everyone to a personal site or link like yours.


A full explanation is included in the TamaTalk site rules and also in our topic No Personal Website ads or personal links: http://www.tamatalk....e-ads-or-links/


If you want people to see your pets you include a note about them and a link in your signature message only (but not in topics on the forums) :)


Thanks for understanding :)



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