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  • Sr. Melangell
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    As some of you know I am almost blind, today I was cleaning out the oven, then turned round to put the racks in to find Olly Rabbit had climbed into the oven and was laid down having a wash.

    Are there any mats with like squeakers in I can lay on the base so I can hear if he has climbed in again? Or maybe red ovenproof mats so I can see him? Most ovens an animal can climb into in the UK, sadly Toddlers can too.

    Good job I didn’t put it on preheat and close the door 



    LBJ10
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    They sell oven liners, but I’ve only seen black ones.


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