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Spotting critters in your own garden

Post  April&Lucinda on Fri Mar 13, 2009 11:49 pm

Do you feel bad for snagging a critter in your own garden?

I do, since I'm depriving someone else of their chance at collecting diamonds, but I'd hate for the animal to go completely un-spotted! Embarassed
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Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 14, 2009 5:33 am

Do you feel bad for snagging a critter in your own garden?


I know what you mean, but I'm only finding one in five, generally speaking, and I think that's OK...like you say, you don't want them going unnoticed. And when I'm actively trying to attract something, I shall be there every five minutes checking things out. How I'll manage to go to work, where FB is not allowed, I do not know! Evil or Very Mad
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Post  Mercon on Sat Mar 14, 2009 8:17 am

nicolle wrote:
Do you feel bad for snagging a critter in your own garden?


How I'll manage to go to work, where FB is not allowed, I do not know! Evil or Very Mad

April, It's funny how before wildlife was introduced I didn't water my garden, but after some critters were missed Sad I started to water my own plants every now and then. I have only spotted one mouse but would rather it was found than missed all together! Smile

ha ha Nicolle, so many work places are banning facebook! I guess in a way I am lucky, where I work the computers I have access to are purely for product enquiries so I wouldn't be able to get on to the internet if I tried! No
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feel bad.....?

Post  emmi on Thu Mar 19, 2009 10:39 am

NOPE! Shocked


I don't feel bad at all!

lol! x
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Post  kylieb on Thu Jun 25, 2009 8:27 am

I find no need to water my own garden since critters came, I just add a link in the forums or add a message on the news tab, saying new platter past 2.5hrs or no critter for 25 hours etc...and then you still get the critter spotted and the diamonds and someone else also gets diamonds....
Do you know you dont get both spotted and garden diamonds when you water your own gardens, you just get the one lot of diamonds..

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Post  nicolle on Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:25 am

I think it's fine if no-one is around and something might be missed. I don't understand garden owners who water their own garden when it is already busy BECAUSE something is expected. I was competing with one person last night for something on a new platter (not in an aggressive way, it was just the two of us watering every 10 minutes or so), when it suddenly dawned on me that the other person was the garden owner! It was a mature garden, not a newbie (I have a friend who has recently started a garden and she just loves finding her own critters, but that will wear off!), so I really don't know what that was about. Anyway, she did allow me to spot it in the end, and it was a kiwi, so imagine how cross I'd have been if she did it herself Shocked
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