It was awkward, poor Oliver. He must have been neutered as a kitten and never had the 'chance'. As a result of this, his owner let him outside and I bet he just chased bugs all day.
I hate pet forums/issues where people don't have wiggle room. Obviously, it's easy to say "go to the vet" to someone over the internet while you're comfy and stress-free miles away and probably have a half loaded wallet. I remember being in a similar situation when Acacia developed abscesses every few months in the same spot. So, Summer 2012 (wow, has it been this long already?!) I sold off all my Dylan cd's, art, my Super Nintendo with games.. Anything of interest so I could get a few dollars to put towards her vet. This was lucky for me bc I know how to handle rabbit abscesses as they come but I knew she needed antibiotics. In emergency situations things get out of hand, irrational and on top of that you have to listen to the pet suffer, see him suffer and then the faceless internet is pestering you to see emergency vets. The thing I know about vets, at least around here, not all are equipped with the know-how for small animals (rats, rabbits, ferrets) so I can understand wanting to wait for the regular vet.
Had to separate the cats. They were play fighting too rough. Now they want to see each other again and are mewing nicely. "mom, we'll behave" "yea! we promise!"
I don't buy it.
What supplement can I give them to reduce furballs? Never had that problem with Oliver.