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Posted by Sybella on May 03, 2003 at 01:44:52:
In Reply to: I'm sorry! posted by eyeryshis on May 02, 2003 at 19:28:09:
Gosh, that really stinks!! How sad!! It sounds like she'll have to be just be a pet from now on so that you don't risk losing her again. That poor girl!!
PS. Thanks for not making me wonder anymore...I hate suspense. :)
:The vet aspirated the egg closest to her vent and massaged her
:but the eggs did not come down. I took her home and waited 24 hours hoping that she would pass the smaller egg and hopefully the remainder of them. She is currently spending the night at
:the vet's office after having surgery to remove the remainder
:of the eggs. I am so bummed, I was really excited about her clutch. I wish I knew what happened. She is a big girl the biggest ruthveni I have ever seen so I know size was not the
:issue and the eggs were indeed fertile. RATS!
:Thank you for your concern.