The Digi-Terminator and his monkey pal
Anosu - I think the Debutchi concept was a good way to ensure that those raising an Osutchi or Mesutchi had to keep their weight down. As a matter of fact, Bandai used this concept again in a Digimon pet, specifically the Digimon Twin released in 2007. If a Digimon's weight went over 80G on the Twin, it would evolve into Burpmon,
and you would have to train to bring him back to his true form.
LittleChocoWolf - Tentotchi is actually a ladybug, so don't worry, he's not eating dung.
Teddybear<3 - What Choco said. You actually raised a Masktchi, not a Gozarutchi. This is somewhat nostalgic for me to see one in this hatch, as my first character from a modern Tamagotchi (On the V1) was a Masktchi.
Bico - Congrats on getting Devil Memetchi!
natmanclax - Sorry to hear that your Imotchi isn't doing as well as expected.
Andromon is continuing to do well, with no care mistakes, over 30 battles, and at least a 50% win ratio. If I remember correctly, his win ratio was 52% to 54% last time I checked. His evolution meter is almost full, so the chances of me getting HiAndromon within a day or two seem to be pretty high right now (No pun intended!).
I will be editing this post with pics of Andromon later today, as I am going out to dinner shortly. Among these pictures I will also include some of the other Digimon that Andromon has faced. I especially like the fact that he goes into a little recharge station (Or stasis pod, whichever term you want to use) when he goes to sleep.
Ukitchi is also doing well. Again, I allowed care calls but I answered them immediately. His evolution meter is full now, so we'll see if it's going to be Hanitchi or Mammotchi within the next day or so. If I get a Hanitchi, I will be going for Dogutchi afterward.