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  1. Hello, This poor girl has poop stuck to her butt and her owner cannot manage to remove it. Same thing happened two weeks ago and she was able to loosen it to remove at that time. She is barely eating and moving around as of last night. She has tried unsuccessfully for two days to get the poop out and she started to bleed from the effort.She does not have the money to take her to a vet - I would jump in and help but I just paid my rent for next month and have put out $680.00 in vet bills for one of my own pigs in the past two months and I just can't afford to help right now, and I feel terrible that I cannot.I have urged the neighbor to take her to the Humane Society and have her put to sleep today or tomorrow - if she makes it that long. I have Metacam at home and wondering if this med is OK for bunnies and if so how much to give her - I know absolutely nothing about rabbits. I also do not know the rabbits weight but can find out. Just wondering how much Metacam I can give her to at least keep her somewhat comfortable. Please help I didn't find the right solution from the internet. References: Creative video services Thank you
  2. Search Floor time with rabbits?

    Hello, I have a friend who I do most of my guinea pig-related things with. We have shared floor time between my two pigs and hers (all male and they get along fine, don't worry). I try my best to keep her educated since I browse Cavyspirit and GL a lot and she does not, and for the most part she is amenable to my advice. Lately, though, she's taken to allowing her two pigs to have shared floor time with her roommate's rabbit. I keep telling her that it's not a good thing to do, but she claims she searched the Internet and found out there's nothing wrong with that. Does anyone have any anecdotes or particular sites that advise against that sort of thing? How strict is the no-rabbit-around-guinea pigs rule, anyway? I assumed that they shouldn't ever really have contact, but I suppose the only info I've ever found was against housing together. Please help I didn't find the right solution from the internet. References: Creative video production quote Thank you
  3. Hello, I got a 7 month old cat in May that has been absolutely wonderful. She the most awesome cat I could imagine. We moved to Nigeria and have been here almost two months and life is good.A friend here had some kittens in July that need homes and I brought one over yesterday. My cat apparently hates her. I've never seen her hostile or mean but she clearly doesn't like this new cat. They haven't had any physical contact, but there's a lot of hissy, spitting, growling, raised hair. The little one is scared shitless, literally shaking with fear. I've gotten her to warm up to me and she was eating a little bit last night and was purring, but she's hypervigilant and understandably very very skittish and scared. She cries a lot and I'm not sure if she's just scared, lonely, missing mom, or what.This is a trial visit but I don't want to force something that isn't going to happen, and I'm nervous that they'll start pissing and shitting outside the box because they don't want to be around each other. I've already had some turds on the carpet and have no idea where the piss is. My friend said that she's mostly housebroken but didn't use the (now shared) litterbox that I introduced to her.Should I give them more time or just recognize that this is not a match? Please help I didn't find the right solution from the internet. References: Creative production agency Thank you
  4. my cat came home missing a part of his ear...

    Hello, My cat has always been an outdoor cat but we've never had any problems. There are a few other outdoor cats in my neighborhood but other than some loud screeching, I've never seen evidence of actual fighting. Tonight however, my cat came home and the left side of his face was all bloody. When I cleaned him up I saw that the very tip of his ear was missing (literally the very tip, enough to bleed and for me to notice a less than perfect pointy top). The area around it looks a bit raw and skinned, but it's hard to tell bc there's still some matted blood on it (my cat's kind of pissed off right now... hard to clean him!)so.... do I take him to the vet asap? Am I overreacting? Should I just do my best cleaning him up and wait and see? also - how in god's name do people deal with injured children - I'm freaking out over an injured cat? Please help I didn't find the right solution from the internet. References: video production company Thank you
  5. When to put a dog to sleep?

    HI. My dog is about 12 years old, blind, deaf, has skin problems, and is incontinent. Still, he eats well and can move around easily apart from knocking into everything especially with his plastic collar on to keep him from biting his own flesh. I always thought that I'd put him down only when he's in obvious pain, like when his hips give way and he can't stand up easily from a lying position. Still, I'm travelling more now and so he's on his own quite a lot except for someone who walks and feeds him once a day in my absence.So I'm not sure how happy he is anymore, and whether it will be kinder to put him to sleep even though I can't bear that thought of doing that. Giving him away is not an option because he is blind and will find it hard to adapt to a new home, plus I adopted him so he's already been abandoned once by the previous owner and I won't do that to him again.So, when do you know it's time? Please help. I did not find the right solution from the internet. References: Creative marketing service Thanks!