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So even though Nick was adopted awhile ago, since his adopter wanted him to have a GF, he had to be bonded so he actually just went to his new forever home last night! He took his lucky girl Susan with him, and now they are living the life! From his new guest room area you can hear the rushing water from the koi pond outside, and he's got a huuge space, and one area thats tile so when it gets warm he can lay down on the tile.
..and the best part of all, we saw Nick BINKY for the first time!! He had not had space to binky in the shelter, and he did not binky when staying at my BF's house for the bond, but within 2 min. of moving into his new space he did TWO flying binkies!