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  1. ANHEL123
    04-24-2014 12:55 PM - permalink
    Just saying hello!!! I hope you , family and all pet are doing good. Not on the forum much anymore , involve on FB with dog situation. Good luck , definitely will say hello again!
  2. ANHEL123
    02-25-2014 02:23 PM - permalink
    just worry about you, you didn't log in for a long time. Just say hello to make sure you good:)
  3. ANHEL123
    02-11-2014 12:35 PM - permalink
    Hey don't want to bother you, just saying hello! Trying not to eat meat. I hope everything is good with you and your loved one:)
  4. ANHEL123
    12-25-2013 12:18 AM - permalink
    Merry Christmas !!!!
  5. ANHEL123
    11-26-2013 09:08 AM - permalink
    Sorry about the adoption thing:( Good luck with school! I hope everyone is doing good:)
  6. ANHEL123
    11-21-2013 11:33 PM - permalink
    I know you busy but just want to drop and say hello! I hope everyone is doing good. And i hope your adoption went good. Will check on you later. Have a good day or good night!
  7. Bombalurina
    11-11-2013 12:44 PM - permalink
    Now, Jane has cancer, but seems to be responding to treatment, but my darling Lizzie, who has become very special to me, has also gone into respiratory distress, just like Richelieu. She survived last night, but I think by the end of the day I might have to make The Decision, depending on how she responds to nebulisation.
    That's my litany of woe! The trouble with adopting older rats is the constant heartache.

    My mouse boy is just fine, though. Tiny, fat and cheeky! :)

    How've you been on the non-animal front?
  8. Bombalurina
    11-11-2013 12:41 PM - permalink
    Unfortunately, a week after I had to say goodbye to Darty, and only 6 weeks after I bought them, Jack died due to the resulting respiratory distress, and we had to put Algy down a few days later. Then my tiny, precious heart-rat Darcy got ill. Nothing diagnosable, just extreme old age. He basically just lost all his motor functions, and spent all his time sleeping. I made the decision to put him down too - his death was very beautiful and peaceful, at least, and he was 3.5. So, I lost four rats within a month.
    Then Richelieu was by himself, but clearly lonely and pining, so I adopted a fat little cinnamon girl called Kitty for him. Then two more girls needed a home, so I adopted them (Lizzie and Jane). Sadly, Richelieu died a little while after, at the end of September - he went into respiratory distress and had a seizure, which was the worst thing I have ever seen. (cont - sorry this is so long!)
  9. Bombalurina
    11-11-2013 12:41 PM - permalink
    Yeah, it has been a while! I'm super-happy to hear about your little ones. That's a great age.
    Sadly, mine didn't do so well. I can't remember which rats I had last time I was here. I lost my beautiful boy Willoughby to a stroke - very sudden, mercifully, but a huge shock. I then adopted two boys from a petshop to save them from a) being eaten by a snake, which was their intended fate, and b) being kept in the terrible conditions they were in. Then d'Artagnan got very ill - he got a dental infection which prevented him eating and made him really sick really quickly, and I had to put him down. At the same time we realised that Jack and Algy, my new boys, had lung abscesses that we tried our best to cure. (cont)
  10. minanicole
    06-02-2013 03:35 PM - permalink
    no prob:) thanks for the acceptance!! (And all of your wonderful advice)

  About Me

  • About veggiegirl
    Queensland, Australia
    Caring for my pets, horse riding, breeding exhibition budgerigars, Aquariums, reading, art, photos
    Total Years Fish Keeping Experience
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  • Last Activity: 07-27-2014 11:47 PM
  • Join Date: 11-19-2012
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