Liners

maggie3fan

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When someone asks about liners in wooden tort tables I always tell how I staple in an ordinary shower curtain liner in my inside enclosures Yep...and I do and have done that for years...about 15 to be exact. And that advice is good advice unless you keep a small Eastern box turtle named Ginger.
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Ginger was sent to me from a turtle rescue in the MidWest somewhere because of her eyes. So years pass...her eyes are mostly fine. But she is in for the winter now, and she is not a happy camper and she is showing it...she is digging up that old now and crisp shower curtain liner. She's digging and pulling it up with her mouth. I really have decided that God is punishing me for being bad all my life so He sends me the pain in the a** animals. Freakin look at this! 100 1386
 

Ink

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Oh my goodness! I forgot how much trouble turtles can get into.
 

ZenHerper

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Plastic dry rots over time...thin plastic won't last more than a couple of years.

Shower curtain would be a frequently-replaced type of liner.
 

TheLastGreen

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You can see in her eyes, the only thoughts she has is destruction and violence Screenshot 20211219 202704 Samsung Internet
I love how she sits next to the curtain, acting all innocent, she looks like a dog next to a shredded pillow???
 
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