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Old December 25th, 2008, 02:34 PM
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When it's stringy, loopy plastic things I get very worried. But, the chances of absorbing toxins from a one-time injestion of plastic are very low (provided they are expelled) as our dogs and cats have fairly rapid digestive processes.

Squish the other stuff through your fingers as you're doing to check for other hard/ sharp bits. You should be able to find metal spatulas in the kitchen gadgets section of any department store.
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