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Usually, when I log in, their is a chain around my webkinz neck and they look really sad. Like if their hunger, happiness, and health meter were all at zero! Then it logs me out and freezes my computer!!! HELP!!! I miss my webbies!!! How do I fix it?
Hey there piggylover! That's how the webbies always look when you logon. Ultrasupersad with massive zero levels (slight exaggeration, LOL!) and then it morphs into your happy pet with the correct levels of h/h/h. Whatever is booting you out of ww, it's not that. Must be a connection or permissions issue on your side, alas.
Oh that's so sad! My pink googles usually have dots around their neck like literally but then it goes away after it fully loads. This could be the problem your having so maybe your should wait until everything is done loading before going away from the newspaper!
The chain looking thing around the pet's neck is the charm forest necklace. It sometimes shows up on mine when loading, too. If the pet is wearing charms, then the necklace stays. There was a glitch a while back where pink googles always had the charm forest necklace on, even if they weren't wearing any charms.
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