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Here is my 10 month old Akita, Rogue. And this is her new ski jacket :)
Here's a couple pictures introducing my baby chin, Chandler. There's also a video of his new trick.( Sleepy baby chinnieCollapse )
my mom took our three-month-old kittens to the vet this morning to have them fixed and the receptionist told her that the only pain medication they will give to them consists of one shot before the surgery and one shot afterward. my mom didn't ask any questions as she has never actually been the one to take care of any of our animals after they have been fixed (i do). when my mom called me to tell me what time to pick the kittens up, i asked her what medication they were giving the kittens and she told me about the shots. the reason i'm posting this is because this is a new vet for me and this is different than what my other pets had to go through when they were fixed. my old vet gave me pain medication to give to my pets every few hours to ease their pain, but all this new vet does is give those two shots, and i would think they would still be in a lot of pain afterward when that medication wears off. i'm wondering if there any pain medication i can go buy and give my kittens when i bring them home tonight? i just really hate to see them in pain and i don't know what to do. :-/ any advice?and so this isn't all text, here are pictures of my new babies. :o)
It seems like the only time I ever have anything to add here, it's because I've lost a pet.This time It's my Ginny.
At the moment I have three roborovski hamsters, a cat and a tortoise. I'm considering getting some mice, but nothing definite yet...
The hamsters are called Steve, Patrick and Jeff and I have had them for maybe six weeks now. Patrick is a lot more laid-back than the other two and Jeff is by far the most skittish. They live in my bedroom (cat-proof!) and make a dreadful racket at night, teehee.
The cat is called Pippa. We've had her 14 years now. She was nearly two when we got her. She'd been found as a stray and taken in by a couple who took in cats to re-home. She's tame, but not really house-trained and prefers to live outside, just coming in to eat or if the weather's really grim. She kills a lot: shrews, mice, rabbits, moles, rats (she's not a big cat either), but she's always left our pets alone. Used to have a rabbit, whom Pippa never tried to harm, and she leaves the ducks alone and the same for all the other poultry we've had.
The tortoise is called Tammy. My brother got her (? - we were told by one vet it was male and by another that it was female) from an elderly lady who felt she could no longer look after her. As far as I know, the lady had had Tammy for almost 50 years and was very sad to see her go. My brother now lives in a 5th storey flat, so the tortoise is here at the moment until he's living somewhere more suitable. We have wire all round the edge of the garden, so during the summer she just potters about out there at her own pace.
My dad also has a couple of ducks (all the ducks got killed by foxes while sitting last year, so there are just two drakes now) and some doves. There are also geese nesting on the pond at the moment, but they just turned up one day and will probably leave again once the goslings are big enough.
i'm buying soft paws tomorrow at the pet store to put on my kitty. problem is...he's REALLY...not hyper...but that's the only word i can think to describe him. he's wild, i guess would be a word to use. anyway, i was wondering if anyone could give me some tips. my boyfriend is going to help me, but i've never done it before so i was wondering if some of you that might use them could tell me what you guys do. i don't want to get him de-clawed, so i figured this was the best thing. any ideas?( two pictures of my kittyCollapse )
A little humor ;)
My two boys, Rowdy (l) and Clyde: