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April 1, 2011

How to look after a Miptor. By Fern.

A Miptor is a dog crossed with a snake and has spikes all over its body. YOu could think they are easy to look after  or yuo could not.

What a Miptor eats

A Miptor has a comanation of foods. Also, they are strange combantions too. The most popular type of food a Miptor would eat is dog food mashed up with stale carrots. If your Miptor is in a good mood it can have butter on it. But, if your Miptor is not in a good mood then do not give it butter, because it will go hyper for almost all a week. In this week it will rip everythiong to shreds in sight. As you can tell these animals are not elegant eaters.

What excersise it needs

The Miptor need to go on 400km walks every day, or maybe one in the morning and one at night (200km each time) Furthermore, your Miptor may need to swim. So, just let this animals off the lead to jump in a nearbyn lake to let of some steam! When it is in a crystal clear lake you might watn to take an enourmous step back as they cfan make rotten splashes!

What habits a Miptor has.

Yopu might find a Miptors habits dispicable as they make a lot of mess in the garden. When you put them outside they need to be highly supervised as they dig up gigantic holes in the garden. The owner of the Miptor will think this is apoling behavour, however they only do this at an early age . So advice to you would be to corner of abit of your garden and let them dig up there.

In conclusion, when you get a Miptor hopefully you dont get any troubles. But you will have a good time as the Miptor is a mysterious animal and you have something to show off to your friends.

By Fern. :)

21 Comments

  1.   gunam — March 6, 2012 @ 6:02 pm    Reply

    well done Fern

  2.   sarah — March 6, 2012 @ 5:30 pm    Reply

    :) :) :P

  3.   sarah — March 6, 2012 @ 5:29 pm    Reply

    i thought that was the best i have seen from the ones i han]ve seen :)

  4.   sarah — February 28, 2012 @ 7:20 pm    Reply

    lovely

  5.   ellie — February 18, 2012 @ 2:33 pm    Reply

    well done very good :-)

  6.   Mrs Skinner — April 1, 2011 @ 12:15 pm    Reply

    I’d need all that info to look after my Miptor properly so many thanks Fern!

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