LOS ANGELES — The last remaining chunk of Muffin, a local dwarf hamster, is still stuck in a Roomba belonging to area woman Janine Ordonez. “I tried picking out some of the meatier bits with a screwdriver, but she’s really clogging this thing up,” Ordonez said, taking apart her Roomba next to an empty cage on the floor. “Even after getting the fur clumps out with a Q-Tip and rubbing alcohol, there’s definitely still something substantial caught in the motor. I mean, the last chunk that fell out had veins in it.” Ordonez plans to take the Roomba to a repair center after moving the rug in her living room to cover up the tiny claw marks on her floor.
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Jasmine is best known for her work eating the bones and skin off of the boneless skinless chicken breasts at the super market. She's also the one who paints tropical frogs bright colors so we know which ones are poisonous.