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Posted: 25/11/2009 at 18:27
Jj wrote (see)
Pizza Man, of course there was an alternative. A couple of doors down from you there's a vet. If they hadn't been able to treat the kittens, then quick, simple, distress-free euthanasia is one of the things they do every day.

no silly, this was in Greece in the 90's.

Obviously if it was here and now. I would be straight down the vets

btw you ever seen inside a vets freezer?


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 23:51
will do, thanks for the tips


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 22:50
Marty B 

Guinea pigs are good indoor pets, they do not require much space at all and shouldn't be kept outside in the winter anyway.


We've a couple of guinea pigs. They're just going into their 3rd outdoor winter. I thought they lived high up in the Andes and could cope with  a wet and windy temperate winter


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 22:46
Siance wrote (see)
Pizza Man wrote (see)
have to agree with you there Wilkie. I had to do that to a litter of kittens once, no noise. Horrible, horrible thing to do
Pizza Man, why was there no alternative? I couldn't do that.

Some friends of ours have rabbits, including a giant rabbit... and I mean giant. Bigger than a big tomcat. She lives indoors and uses a litter tray. Their kitchen stinks of rabbit urine and there's 'currants' around the rest of the house
they were in a knackered old storecupboard, half way up the stairs to a roof top bar we had. The mother was fine with them, the punters loved them. They were at their cutest, about 2/3 weeks old, eyes open, tottering about and mewing. Then they all got some kinda cat flu and the mum dissapeared. They'd be sitting by their cupboard mewing madly, bumping into things, sneezing, falling down the stairs and shivering. people tried to feed them but nothing seemed to work, One morning I found one dead and decided to put the rest out of their misery.


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 16:35
have to agree with you there Wilkie. I had to do that to a litter of kittens once, no noise. Horrible, horrible thing to do


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 16:30
Marty B wrote (see)
I think bunnies are higher maintanence than most other small pets, they do require a far amount of space and get bored easily. I looked after one for a week and it emptied it cage on the living room floor every day! also, it was imposible to catch, I still find rabbit poo under my furniture. GP's a low maintenance and very easy to please.

an indoor bunny?

mice, gerbils, hamsters, rats, snakes, lizards, tortoises, cats, dogs, even birds, but an indoor rabbit

where to go this summer

Posted: 24/11/2009 at 14:50
We went to Sandy Balls once


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 14:49

........................ perhaps they just sleep in the loft and live and feed in the rest of the house when there is no-one looking.

We had mice in the walls once and on another occassion under the floor. Poisoned the feck out of them on both occassions. 


Posted: 24/11/2009 at 13:27
yes, but not with a rabbit, surely

what would you do

Posted: 24/11/2009 at 13:08

I can't beleive how many don't give directions or don't even like to be asked. What kind of a nation are we turning into!!!!

Were you rude, too right you were!!!

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