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post #31 of 117 (permalink) Old 06-29-2011, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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lol well we havent directly handfed them... but the mother was feral so we kept a good eye out on them. she was nice enough to let us hold them and weigh them etc.. until one started to cry..
sigh... clicking.. he was clicking already before i got a hold of him. rememebr when i said he got 'flushed' out with water? i think thats what happened. we feed him with a thin paintbrush so it cant choke him with too much food..

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Oh I see. I think we raised anywhere frOm 1-20 litters. A few premature-those were seriously hard.
I didn't read he got flushed with water? Can you re write it?
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oh.. oops looks like i didnt mention that he was flushed with water... 0_0 okay umm people were cleaning the floor, and as they were watering it down he got flushed out from one of the cracks... quite frankly im surprised he didnt aspirate right there and die!

my scaley babies:

~ kanda: male wild type traditional plakat
~ tamaki: male blue/orange delta crowntail
~ natsu: male orange veiltail

The cat troupe :

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Panda: bicolor black/white
- Meme: bicolor black/white
- Gypsy: tortoiseshell
- Turtle: spotted tabby
- Fang: blue
- Yuki: lynx point saimese
- Mei: marble tabby

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Oh..yeah..he's probably got water in his lungs.

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post #35 of 117 (permalink) Old 06-29-2011, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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do u think it will clear up? my gut feeling is that its... probably not. D: baby anythings are really delicate..

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~ kanda: male wild type traditional plakat
~ tamaki: male blue/orange delta crowntail
~ natsu: male orange veiltail

The cat troupe :

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Panda: bicolor black/white
- Meme: bicolor black/white
- Gypsy: tortoiseshell
- Turtle: spotted tabby
- Fang: blue
- Yuki: lynx point saimese
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It might if he is still doing okay and eating, even though it's just a little bit. Don't give up! There are miraculous recoveries all the time :)

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There is a medication that helps with treating URI.
Don't call me crazy - it's for avians.
It's calling Ornyacycline/Tetracycline. You can find it at the petstore I believe.
I'd give the pup next to nothing of it, but it may help it out.

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post #38 of 117 (permalink) Old 06-29-2011, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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ohh tetracycline... okay ill see if i can find it :) thanks! do you think it would resolve on its own though?

my scaley babies:

~ kanda: male wild type traditional plakat
~ tamaki: male blue/orange delta crowntail
~ natsu: male orange veiltail

The cat troupe :

-
Panda: bicolor black/white
- Meme: bicolor black/white
- Gypsy: tortoiseshell
- Turtle: spotted tabby
- Fang: blue
- Yuki: lynx point saimese
- Mei: marble tabby

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A minor case might.. but this is a pup.. I doubt it.

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And like I said - next to nothing.
Maybe mix a little in its formula.

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