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Krista
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Although for summer and spring, I do plan on building Bilbo some sort of outdoor enclosure to play in. More of a garden than anything. Gonna plant some of his favorite vegetables and some clover in it probably and make it wild animal proof so that no rabbits can get in and poop/pee and spread their diseases to Bilbo as he plays. It’ll give him a chance to dig and stuff. Though I foresee him needing a bath afterwards.