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Libra Pets

What your Libra pet wants, above all, are friends! This is an animal that doesn't want to be left alone. Companionable to the max, your Libra pet could easily act as social director for the other animals in the neighborhood, being the most playful pup in the park. If this pet's social circle is too small, it could easily start to whine, even cry.

Your Libra pet wants to live in a happy world, so harmony at home is pretty important. This animal can pick up on bad vibes! Living in a beautiful world is important, too, which is why you should brush Kitty regularly or take Fido to the groomer and have him leave with a big red bow around his neck.

In keeping with this penchant for the good life, your Libra pet also wants to eat well, so be sure the food you feed 'em is both fresh and tasty. Your Libra pet travels like a champ and loves to hit the road, so be sure that you bring this pet along whenever possible. Even if it's just a quick walk to the corner store for a pint of milk, they want to make the journey! Hey, Fido's girl could be there.

Lastly, this is a pet that is very eager to please. If you're nice to your Libra pet, they'll give you plenty in return!

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