Ok somebody mentioned pineapple. I got tricked into eating a dried pineapple covered in cayenne today. They actually sell them in the mall o-o It wasn't too spicy, I cook with cayenne daily but fbdh;riufkjdsbgh Who thought of making cayenne pineapples!!!
I just poked more at Bunny's abscess, I have a needle but I'm going to pierce her tomorrow looking for pus. I cannot do it alone and Matt's at work. But she's running around now and I think there is a mass there, I'm not sure about the lump. Gah. This bunny. I took some pictures bc I'm calling the vet tomorrowcv nbh;euf nvm
-_- They're closed.
Either way, I'll get this straightened out.
Silver, still have java mossssss????
9 hour shifts suck. At least MoMo mouse keeps us company.
I'd like a short tailed boy betta next :)
My sister had to sympathy euthanize her betta today. She chose putting him in ice cold slush and then putting him back in the freezer. Sounds harsh, but that's humane..... Right? The shock from the initial ice slush kills them almost instantly ...
I wanted ice cream alllll day!! Never got any. Too much work. But my co-worker's lovely parents bought me an italian soda! :)
Making a veggie cheeseburger now too... It's 12am. Happy Canada Day to me?
ugh three of my girls look like they might have ich >.< in the 29 gallon of course, and not enough quarantine tanks! of course it could be whatever sand is floating around landing on them... >.> <.< u g h wat do
Olympia, I had a hunch they'd be sensitive being so small. I'm afraid the guppy in there would eat them. My LFS had chocolate gouramis! Poor things had such clamped fins that the tails looked like points.
Bekah, does it look like little grains of salt sprinkled all over them? For light-colored girls, you can look at their tails and their eyeballs to see if they have ich. Yes, ich parasites even go on the eyeballs. O.O If they do look like they are sprinkled with salt and they are darting or rubbing, then your best option is this: go to Wal-Mart and get a good-sized Rubbermaid bin, at least 6 gallons. (note: 25 liters is about 6.6gal). Make sure you have a good adjustable heater. Add 3 tsps of salt per gallon and set the heater to 86 F. Add girls. Once a day, do a pretty big water change, vacuuming the bottom of the container, and redose the salt. Be careful to only dose the amount of salt that you took out. So if you took out say 3 gal in the water change, redose 9 tsps of salt. Repeat until you no longer see ich on the girls and then continue for an extra day or two. After that, you can add them back into the 29.
EDIT: Silver, I'm so sorry about Amy. :( The two of you have really put up a good fight.