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Your New Pet and You Presents: Caring for Your Otto
Congratulations! You have just become the proud owner of your new pet Otto! This guide is specially written with easy, step by step instructions to allow for the best nutritional and habitual care possible for your pet, and allows for a wonderful relationship to grow between you and your new family member! By now you have brought your new pet home, and it is time to get started caring for him!
1. Let your Otto become familiar with his new home!
When you first bring your Otto home, he will most likely be curious about his surroundings. After all, this is an entirely new environment for him! Do not be angry or disturbed if he 'marks' anything in your home as 'his', there will be a time for reprimands later; for now let him explore. By being patient and calm, you can allow for the best conditions for Otto to become acquainted with your home. Let him wander through each room, ignoring the fact that he's looking throug
Field Guide to OttophilesHello! I'm Virginia Shelley, and today, dear deviant, we are observing the natural habitat of what must be the strangest creatures ever encountered in the jungle that is the internet.More Like This
I, of course, am speaking of Ottophiles, a little-known subspecies of Homo sapiens fangirlus. My translator and guide through this unknown culture, if you please, is an Ottophile pack leader called the Master Planner. Our journey takes us to the Master Planner's deviantart homepage, visited by many Ottophiles, whereupon we may easily observe their habits.
The typical Ottophile is easy to spot in the wild. Their natural habitats, which tend to overlap, include the Superhero Hype! message boards, the Sony Pictures Spider-Man boards, fanfiction.net, and deviantart.com. The population of ottophiles reached its peak during the summer of 2004, during which time a popular superhero documentary film was released. However, since that time the population of Ottophiles has slowly dwindled, and