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Offline Ally <3's Sammie

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At a loss of what to do with the girls
« Reply #50 on: May 07, 2009, 07:52:59 PM »
So we had to re-home 6 of our rats a few months back because of my allergies/asthma.  We only have 4 left , and my allergies and asthma seem to be raging out of control.    We love them to death but we can't even play with them outside of their critter nation anymore because they give me horrible hives and I will have to use my inhaler.   My wife always gets stuck with cleaning the cage because I am literally not even capable of doing it without going to the Emergency room  ( it's happened before).  We are torn about what to do, and would be willing to let them go if they went to the right home/homes.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated.  We are located in Manchester, NH but can travel to MA as well.  If anyone has any advice to give, or has any place in their heart or home for any of the girls please respond thanks so much.  2 of our rats especially need somewhat of special care ( one has a chronic mycoplasmosis and one has  a small tumor so she needs to be kept comfortable and loved in her last months)  We just don't think it's fair to them.  :-\
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« Reply #51 on: May 08, 2009, 03:48:19 PM »
I am trying to adopt one of Sunsetv's babies...I would like to see if I can get a train from there to anywhere close to me. Anyone willing to help?
Thank you.

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How much Suebee's at once?
« Reply #52 on: May 09, 2009, 12:07:19 AM »
I'm FINALLY switching over to block/suebee's.

So how much do I give of the Suebee's at once for two rats?

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Slight weight fluctuations?
« Reply #53 on: May 09, 2009, 12:08:59 AM »
Okay, so one of my rats, Wendy, was 240 grams when they weighed her at the vet a couple of weeks ago. I just weighed her right now and she's 227 grams, and she has been looking a little skinnier. I haven't really seen her eat as much, but she still eats and has the same amount of high energy she always did. I notice that instead of eating her food, she stashes it, but I can never be sure if she actually eats it because when I lifted one of their houses there was a ton of food in there from the last meal. Is this anything I should be concerned about, or just typical rattie behavior? I know about the stashing, but usually she would eat more before stashing. Also, I haven't had the same ingredients that I used to have with their food- I just switched them to a staple diet of Blue Buffalo senior formula dog food with some veggies/grains. They don't seem to be liking it, so that may be part of the problem. Thank you in advance.  :)

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« Reply #54 on: May 09, 2009, 01:44:24 AM »
Hey everyone, I hang out in the rat section most of the time but decided to show of my brood of kitty cats ^^

First up is the youngest, Delihla, she was rescued from the streets at 3 weeks along with two of her brothers after her mother got hit by a car. She's about 1 or BEARLY not and loved dunking her toys, which include rubber bands, bottle caps and small D&D figure into the water dish. My family play Dungeons and Dragons and she has a bad habit of picking up the minitures, walking over to the edge of the table and dropping them...major homicide fan huh lol we have to constantly tell her not to pick on the little people.



Next is the queen of the house, Alice Heart, named after the character from Alice in Wonderland and Looking Glass wars. She was adopted from a local cat rescue called nine lives, a rescue AND book stor in one ;) she's about 5ish and is a true love bug and princess. We think she's a siamese mix but aren't sure.






Last is Jerrick a annoying loud mouth who loves to complain...alot. He's very talkative and very picky about his treats. We got him when he was about 8 weeks old, when he got thrown out of a moveing car. I was on my way home from my volunteer job and someone threw something out the window, I thought is was trash untill it moved and meowed. Jerrick is about 2 and is a large fuzz but, we call him a squat, which is half squirrel half cat because he trys to climb walls.


Not long after we got him, about 5 months old.

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« Reply #55 on: May 13, 2009, 05:42:44 PM »
I just received a call from an old friend.  There is a male black hooded (?) Dumbo with a blaze at the El Dorado County Animal Control.  I'm told he is an adult, but not elderly and, other than a little porphyrin on his nose, he appears to be in good health.   :BlueDumboBigEyes:

We currently don't have any available foster homes in the area.
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Where to buy a wheel?
« Reply #56 on: May 13, 2009, 05:44:30 PM »
So the wheels at our pet stores are terribly expensive. Anyone have a recommendation as to where I could order one online for a decent price?

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My boys!!!
« Reply #57 on: May 19, 2009, 01:14:12 AM »
They won't be coming home for another three weeks, but the breeder i'm working with has put up individual pictures of them on the website:

Introducinggggggggg


Owen! (BHR Lookin' For A Good Time)
American Blue Berkshire, standard ear and coat



Stanley! (BHR Out Of This World-- what an appropriate name!!)
Blue Beige Bareback w/ Headspot, standard ear and coat



Aaand Callum! (BHR Charles In Charge)
Black Variegated w/ Headspot, standard ear and coat



=D! I couldn't be more excited!! Now I just have to wait the three grueling weeks til they come home.


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Do ratties have favorite people?
« Reply #58 on: May 19, 2009, 01:17:52 AM »
My rat, Thelma, dislikes me, and the feeling is totally mutual as she bites me constantly. I had her out of the cage tonight and she  started bruxing when my mom started scratching her head. I went to pet her and she tried to nip me, then proceeded to hide her head in the crook of my mom's arm. Thelma has NEVER bruxed in her life!  :shocked2: She kept moving her head towards me to get a chunk out of me but let my mom hold her with no problems.

Pfft, seems even rats show favoritism.  ::)

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My boys!!!
« Reply #59 on: May 19, 2009, 01:22:26 AM »
They won't be coming home for another three weeks, but the breeder i'm working with has put up individual pictures of them on the website:

Introducinggggggggg


Owen! (BHR Lookin' For A Good Time)
American Blue Berkshire, standard ear and coat



Stanley! (BHR Out Of This World-- what an appropriate name!!)
Blue Beige Bareback w/ Headspot, standard ear and coat



Aaand Callum! (BHR Charles In Charge)
Black Variegated w/ Headspot, standard ear and coat



=D! I couldn't be more excited!! Now I just have to wait the three grueling weeks til they come home.

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Herps in Norway
« Reply #60 on: May 19, 2009, 02:51:53 AM »
Melina posting pictures of her adorable Lucky finally pushed me to go do a websearch as a first baby step toward thinking about maybe getting a gecko or two or a cornsnake...  I'm shocked to find out that one of the first things I ran across is that apparently it's completely illegal to own -ANY- herps (reptile or amphibian) in Norway!!  >:(  I never knew this!  Our food/animal control department apparently has the right to allow dispensations to people who can demonstrate an allergy to animal hair, but in the entire country they've given fewer than 1,000 dispensations and -only- for turtles, never snakes, geckos or other herps.

I'm completely shocked.

Did anyone else know about this?!  Now I'm all fired up and ready to start my own crusade.  I really didn't need another crusade.. but wow. 

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Summer comes to my Lady
« Reply #61 on: May 23, 2009, 03:19:13 PM »
Lady, my once-feisty, one-eyed older gal, has been very depressed without her Pinn, who passed a couple of weeks ago.
Sadly my little lass, has an inguinal tumour that is starting to grow and a mass under her sternum as well. :(

Most of my groups are pretty established, and I needed the right type of gal to match up with her.  A passive, older but still relatively active girl…one who would allow pinning if Lady got a bit feisty (she did)

Summer came to me as a “foster” but once I saw her sweet older cagemate had PT, I decided to keep them both.  Summer used to be nervous around people and handling but she bonded well with certain members or the Mini-Horde and was happy unless I tried to pat her.  LOL.


Sadly the sweeter members of the Mini-Horde left us one after the other…Precious, then Aki, Tucker and finally Bronwen.  Poor Summer was left with rude Suri, and 4 young’uns who weren’t very kind to her.  Lately there’s just been too many beatdowns, so I thought I would try Lady with Summer today.

Summer used to be very fat when I got her, but has lost weight but now has lots of loose skin and looks splodgy.  She is older, we are thinking around 24-25 months old…and she now is very sweet and cuddly…in fact pic-taking is a bit of a challenge…if I am near she runs to me…lots of blurry close-ups of her back…hehehe





She does have “fantastical” ears





And this is how it all  ended up  :heart: :heart:


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Putting rats on a diet.. Any advise would be great!
« Reply #62 on: May 25, 2009, 07:42:19 PM »
So I decided to put my rats on a diet. Does this sound ok? I'm planning to give them two full sized (or four halfs) lab blocks of Harlan 2014 every day, one when I wake up, the other just before I go to bed. I'm not sure how much veggies and fruit they should get.. Any advise? =D I just want them to live as long as they can.. and having them on an all you can eat diet won't help them. :(
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Corn on the cobb?
« Reply #63 on: May 25, 2009, 08:00:28 PM »
My mom made corn on the cobb tonight and I was wondering if I could give Anastasia some? 
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First things to do with new laptop?
« Reply #64 on: May 25, 2009, 11:30:25 PM »
I finally went ahead and got my new laptop today! I went to Best Buy this afternoon and came home with this one: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=9164012&type=product&id=1218040478391.  It seemed to be the best one in my price range with reasonable battery life and an external volume wheel. (I have always liked them, and it drove me crazy when my last laptop didn't have one.)

So I've just spent the last two hours uninstalling unnecessary things and installing programs I use, like Firefox, Thunderbird, OpenOffice, iTunes, and Pidgin. I've finally just sat down to admire my shiny new machine, so I figured I would ask my fellow Goosemoosers:

What are the first things you like to do when you receive a shiny new laptop? Do you have any programs you always make sure to install? I would love to see what things other people find useful.
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Watermelon??
« Reply #65 on: May 26, 2009, 04:16:11 PM »
Hi all I have a couple questions about feeding watermelons.

Okay when I give them some watermelon can I leave seeds in or do I have to take them out????

Also IF they can have seeds can I keep the seeds from when I eat it and give it to them???
Also IF they can have the watermelon seeds do I need to do anything to them before giving them to my guys???
Drying out or anything????
Just some questions since I have watermelon and wanted to give my guys some but wasn't sure about seeds .
Thanks rhsm

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« Reply #66 on: May 26, 2009, 07:37:22 PM »
I have three girls up for adoption. One is a 14 month old seal point siamese irish dumbo girl, named Bessie. I adopted her to be a breeder, but she doesn't like my boys. She gets picked on and I have her seperated from my main girls cage, and I'd prefer not to have so many cages. She is a very licky girl and has a wonderful personality. I have the ok from her breeder to adopt her out as a pet only.


The second girl is a 10 month old black irish dumbo female, named Ruth. She too was bought as a breeder, but it hasn't worked out for her to be a mommy (false pregnancy). She resides with Bessie and gets along great. Bessie is actually her aunt. I also have the ok from her breeder to adopt her out as a pet only.


The third girl I have up for adoption is the only one left from an April litter I had. Her name is Crush and she is a black berkshire rex. Crush is 7 and a half weeks old.


If anyone wants more info or pics please reply or email me at bluestonesiamese@yahoo.com. All are NARR registered, and I have pedigrees for them.
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How to pack weight onto a sick rat?
« Reply #67 on: May 26, 2009, 10:58:06 PM »
My poor Fiona :( My  :heart: girl, one of the 2 orignals, the reason for my love of rats, is very sick :( Two trips to the vet later, and I'm heart sick over her. Last Saturday, I rushed her to the vet because overnight she went from being her active self, to being a lump of rat, breathing a little fast. The vet said her lungs sounded just a tiny congested and said we caught it early and put her on Baytril. She weighed 270 grams that day. For a few days, she seemed to be improving, then she stopped improving and over the weekend, started getting worse. I took her back in today, and my poor sweet girl has lost 100 grams! in a week. She's all skin and bones. She's very dehydrated and you can hear her breathing from a few feet away. Vet added Doxy to the mix. gave her some sub-cu fuilds and suggested giving her all her favorite foods.
My question is, how do I get her to put weight back on? I'm taking her out of the cage every 2 hours and giving her baby food by hand and she eats about a teaspoon before turning up her nose.
I've never dealt with a sick rat before, I'm at such a loss.
My other concern is that her skin on her feet and on the tip of her tail is blue...The vet says her heart sounds strong and heatlhy and that her fermol pulse is great. Is it normal for an URI to cause her skin to turn blue? She's about 1 year and a few months old.
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My FN has been defeated :(
« Reply #68 on: May 27, 2009, 07:08:05 PM »
I swear I love my girls, but I kind of want to strangle them.

I've had male rats for years and never had a damaged cage and only very rarely ever had so much as a chewed hammock or liner.  I've had these girls for nearly 6 months go and they destroy EVERYTHING that comes within a 6' radius of them.  Their latest victim is their level of my FN.  The bottom pan, the shelf liner and the zip ties holding on the hardware cloth all look like they have gone through a weed-wacker. 
Even though I hate it, I dragged my FF out of storage and moved them into it.  They are actually a bit less destructive in that, maybe because the FF has more room than a single level of a FN--who knows.
Thought I'd post some pictures of the FF since it's back in use again:

Top Level:


Bottom Level:


Toki waiting for me to turn my back so she can rip up all the liners and eat the hammock:


I was thinking about opening up the middle level of the FN so one of my male groups could make use of the girl's old level, but my cats decided it's now their favorite spot for their mid-morning naps.

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Updated pics of the eternal quest to tame down Natals/ASF's
« Reply #69 on: May 28, 2009, 06:49:50 PM »
Did some cage cleaning today and thought I'd post some pics.  I am making a concerted effort to handle all the babies daily from day 1 and am only holding back the friendliest.  I'm getting mixed results; I think I am just working with some very aggressive lines.  When I get an opportunity, I'm going to try to find some other breeders to get some new blood from.

**after some comments on another forum, just wanted to say:  That is aspen they are on, not cedar and the little black bits are not poop.  They are sunflower seed casings.  They each get a dish of seed mix a few times a week and they like to scatter them everywhere****

Here is a good example of the color variety I'm getting.  I've got RED's with the yellow cast like the one on the far left, RED's with a blue cast shown on the other two as well as the cinnamon-agouti on the last one.


Another one of my RED's--they are obnoxiously cute sometimes


Newborns for anyone who has never seen them.  Natal's are born with fuzz


This male just cracks me up.  No matter where I put his wheel, he drags it close to the wall then stands on the outside of it and paddles it with his front legs.  He seems to enjoy being squished against the wall and it makes his ears look like he's a dumbo.

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« Reply #70 on: May 28, 2009, 06:52:07 PM »
Ok, long story short. My fiance hurt his back at work, when he couldn't perform work anymore due to a disk bulge, they fired him, now its been nearly 3 months, and he's still in pain. They finally done an MRI and found a Mild Disk Bulge on L4 and L5. Now, his family doctor was shocked at how his back cracked all the time and the Disk bulge and was adamant about him needing back surgery.

Today, we went and had a consultation with the surgeon...and I am ready to rip his head off. He proceeded to tell us that my fiancé’s disk bulge is normal.  :doh: Umm...no its not. I realize that its normal in older people from natural aging, but my fiance is 20 years old. This was caused by an accident, NOT natural aging. My aunt has had a disk bulge for a while now in almost the exact area at the exact severity, and her doctor is ALWAY trying to get her to have surgery on it before it turns into a herniated disk. But, not only that, the surgeon kept on telling us not to sue the company, to be grateful for what workman’s comp. is doing for us (Paying for the pills and doctor visits but NOT paying us money.) We've had to get unemployment now and our wonderful lawyer we just got, tells us workman's comp. should have been paying him a percent of his pay since day one! Its no doctors place to be telling us who we should or should not sue. He works for workman’s comp. and just seems to be trying to help THEM more than us. He kept talking down to us like we were ignorant and didn't know anything. (I do my research. I know this is NOT normal.) So, yes, we're going to get a different opinion from a back specialist who does NOT work for workman’s comp. and see what he says.

Now...does anyone have any experience with anything like this? Disk bulge wise and quack doctors? Am I right to be this upset over this? And do you think he shouldn't have said anything about us not suing? (To me, that just tells me that he doesn't care about my fiance. He's more worried about his payers getting sued.)

Thanks guys. I'm sorry its long, its just SO frustrating to have to see my fiance go through pain everyday then find out it can be fixed just to turn around and learn that the only surgeon we can probably afford right now, is a loon.  :-\

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« Reply #71 on: May 28, 2009, 06:53:09 PM »
Ok, long story short. My fiance hurt his back at work, when he couldn't perform work anymore due to a disk bulge, they fired him, now its been nearly 3 months, and he's still in pain. They finally done an MRI and found a Mild Disk Bulge on L4 and L5. Now, his family doctor was shocked at how his back cracked all the time and the Disk bulge and was adamant about him needing back surgery.

Today, we went and had a consultation with the surgeon...and I am ready to rip his head off. He proceeded to tell us that my fiancé’s disk bulge is normal.  :doh: Umm...no its not. I realize that its normal in older people from natural aging, but my fiance is 20 years old. This was caused by an accident, NOT natural aging. My aunt has had a disk bulge for a while now in almost the exact area at the exact severity, and her doctor is ALWAY trying to get her to have surgery on it before it turns into a herniated disk. But, not only that, the surgeon kept on telling us not to sue the company, to be grateful for what workman’s comp. is doing for us (Paying for the pills and doctor visits but NOT paying us money.) We've had to get unemployment now and our wonderful lawyer we just got, tells us workman's comp. should have been paying him a percent of his pay since day one! Its no doctors place to be telling us who we should or should not sue. He works for workman’s comp. and just seems to be trying to help THEM more than us. He kept talking down to us like we were ignorant and didn't know anything. (I do my research. I know this is NOT normal.) So, yes, we're going to get a different opinion from a back specialist who does NOT work for workman’s comp. and see what he says.

Now...does anyone have any experience with anything like this? Disk bulge wise and quack doctors? Am I right to be this upset over this? And do you think he shouldn't have said anything about us not suing? (To me, that just tells me that he doesn't care about my fiance. He's more worried about his payers getting sued.)

Thanks guys. I'm sorry its long, its just SO frustrating to have to see my fiance go through pain everyday then find out it can be fixed just to turn around and learn that the only surgeon we can probably afford right now, is a loon.  :-\

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Updated pics of the eternal quest to tame Natals/ASF's
« Reply #72 on: May 28, 2009, 07:00:53 PM »
Did some cage cleaning today and thought I'd post some pics.  I am making a concerted effort to handle all the babies daily from day 1 and am only holding back the friendliest.  I'm getting mixed results; I think I am just working with some very aggressive lines.  When I get an opportunity, I'm going to try to find some other breeders to get some new blood from.

**after some comments on another forum, just wanted to say:  That is aspen they are on, not cedar and the little black bits are not poop.  They are sunflower seed casings.  They each get a dish of seed mix a few times a week and they like to scatter them everywhere****

Here is a good example of the color variety I'm getting.  I've got RED's with the yellow cast like the one on the far left, RED's with a blue cast shown on the other two as well as the cinnamon-agouti on the last one.


Another one of my RED's--they are obnoxiously cute sometimes


Newborns for anyone who has never seen them.  Natal's are born with fuzz


This male just cracks me up.  No matter where I put his wheel, he drags it close to the wall then stands on the outside of it and paddles it with his front legs.  He seems to enjoy being squished against the wall and it makes his ears look like he's a dumbo.

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« Reply #73 on: May 28, 2009, 07:01:27 PM »
Ok, long story short. My fiance hurt his back at work, when he couldn't perform work anymore due to a disk bulge, they fired him, now its been nearly 3 months, and he's still in pain. They finally done an MRI and found a Mild Disk Bulge on L4 and L5. Now, his family doctor was shocked at how his back cracked all the time and the Disk bulge and was adamant about him needing back surgery.

Today, we went and had a consultation with the surgeon...and I am ready to rip his head off. He proceeded to tell us that my fiancé’s disk bulge is normal.  :doh: Umm...no its not. I realize that its normal in older people from natural aging, but my fiance is 20 years old. This was caused by an accident, NOT natural aging. My aunt has had a disk bulge for a while now in almost the exact area at the exact severity, and her doctor is ALWAY trying to get her to have surgery on it before it turns into a herniated disk. But, not only that, the surgeon kept on telling us not to sue the company, to be grateful for what workman’s comp. is doing for us (Paying for the pills and doctor visits but NOT paying us money.) We've had to get unemployment now and our wonderful lawyer we just got, tells us workman's comp. should have been paying him a percent of his pay since day one! Its no doctors place to be telling us who we should or should not sue. He works for workman’s comp. and just seems to be trying to help THEM more than us. He kept talking down to us like we were ignorant and didn't know anything. (I do my research. I know this is NOT normal.) So, yes, we're going to get a different opinion from a back specialist who does NOT work for workman’s comp. and see what he says.

Now...does anyone have any experience with anything like this? Disk bulge wise and quack doctors? Am I right to be this upset over this? And do you think he shouldn't have said anything about us not suing? (To me, that just tells me that he doesn't care about my fiance. He's more worried about his payers getting sued.)

Thanks guys. I'm sorry its long, its just SO frustrating to have to see my fiance go through pain everyday then find out it can be fixed just to turn around and learn that the only surgeon we can probably afford right now, is a loon.  :-\

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« Reply #74 on: June 01, 2009, 11:25:15 PM »
I know there are a lot of "Twilighters" here so here is the new trailer...
Jacob Hotness


I am actually really excited to see this movie even though the first one wasn't that great.  I really liked this book.


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