me threesiberiankiss wrote:Me tooRhi01 wrote:It's only been a couple of minutes but is anyone else refreshing like mad or is it just me?
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- Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:55 am
- Forum: Forum Admin and Help
- Topic: An overview of the new forum
- Replies: 235
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Kates post made me realise I needed a wee to... and I made it back in time via falling over 3 dogsCyber Ratty wrote:Go now, I'm sure you can get back by 12siberiankiss wrote:It's worse that I'm sat downstairs, I quite need a piddle - but am too scared of missing it to go upstairs.
I used it to create a padded cat carrier (like a rat version of a padded cell) the other day as one of my rats was having siezures and was thrashing around I know thats a horrible example but it helped her not to hurt herself.
- Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:30 pm
- Forum: Health
- Topic: The importance of staggering ages
- Replies: 13
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As a fair few of you know since the 1st of June I have lost 7 rats. I'm not sure whether this post is for my benefit (to offload) or whether it is to actually highlight the real issue of having a vet fund/staggering age groups/the issues surrounding rescue. I knew I was in for a string of losses due...
- Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:25 pm
- Forum: Health
- Topic: 10-12 Month Old Girly Blood Spotting From Vagina
- Replies: 9
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I'd like to highlight the importance of getting to a vet asap in the morning. I lost a girl today whom nearing the end was bleeding from her vagina. I lost her before I could get to a vet in time. My girl was started on ABs last Thurs as she was a little 'off' however only started bleeding today. Li...
I am currently in a 'pick a cage.. Any cage you like' phase. In the house I currently reside in there is 1 SRS, 1 single explorer, 1 double explorer, 2 furet plus, 2 freddy cages, 3 ruffys, 1 Mary, 3 tanks, 2 critters and 2 hammy cages ;) Doesn't help that I live with someone as rat mad as me :wink:...
- Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:16 pm
- Forum: Behaviour
- Topic: Help! New cage/fighting problems.. (Word heavy sorry!)
- Replies: 5
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Scrub the tiny cage out, pop all 5 in with nothing but food, water and substrate and leave them in there until they snuggle up together - don't feel mean! Then move them into a bigger cage and add cage furniature one item at a time, nothing closed, just open. You don't need the tunnel for the rats t...
- Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:48 pm
- Forum: Health
- Topic: Please help I'm really worried, blood in droppings!
- Replies: 3
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Have you given them anything red to eat over the past wee while?
How many does Amzy? Giving mine 2 wheels isn't happening till they're installed in the explorer - no way would I be considering it re space and things in the long chin. I wonder how Jemma does it, although I guess that is with only 4 rats.... Jemma, layout photo(s) with 2 wheels please! :lol: :D 14...
I have alot of young, feisty and lively girls in my explorer. They have a silent spinner and they love it. I am contemplating getting another one when I extend my explorer. I think it'd eat up alot of space in my current explorer =/ x
I was wondering whether a small pawprint type carrier could be 'modded' into a gas chamber. So they could be put into a small and familiar carrier with a familiar hammock in it which would stress them less and then if all the holes were sealed apart from one where you could feed the gas tube in hop...
For clarity myself and Jude used to use the same vets so the PTS's we've experienced were at the same practice. The two methods I saw were the same, but handled differently by each vet. 1st - the rat was put into a fairly large 'gas chamber' and she continued to gasp for air. It took a while for her...