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Kink in tail


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Posted by EllasMommie on April 28, 2003 at 16:52:15:

In Reply to: Kink in tail posted by Colchicine on April 28, 2003 at 15:47:42:

Okie dokie, I will keep an eye on things. How will I know if it's parasite related? Any signs to watch out for?

I've stopped worrying about Freckles and the lack of growth. It seems to be eating well and moving around more than before so perhaps there's a growth spurt on the way. We shall see.


:Remember that an animal with a calorie limited lives longer. The kinked tail could be from trauma to the tail, or the result of a parasite. Keep an eye on it, thats the phrase for today. Do not worry about the other not growing legs, IT'S OK!





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