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    stuffed Animal Allergies
    emily211 posted:
    I am wondering now what to do with my other two stuffed animals if allergies and asthma are key factors in my life? Do I donate them to good will or do they get the cut up and burn method? or do I keep all three and just be really good about wasing them and then, put them away in a safe spot? people please email me with your thoughts at [email protected] asap .

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