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Posted by jess b on May 07, 2003 at 11:30:37:
In Reply to: In support of Kim... posted by Bigtattoo on May 06, 2003 at 20:45:53:
I assume this is another response to my post- give me a break. Kim asked for advice on constricting toe bands, which I and others replied to. My advice in trying to set up a relationship with an exotics vet still stands (***for everyone with a pet***) having the relationship before the true emergency is very helpful, as well as for general care- doing a fecal on a poorly kept rescue is a GOOD idea. If there are no good vets in town and no transportation to elsewhere, I am sorry- but I am not a mind reader. And yes, I know that Kim did not cause the constricting toe bands- where did you read that I thought that?
I don't tend to cut people slack- I ask questions when I have them, and I give advice if I think my knowledge may be useful.
:I second that Sheri. This is not the first lizard that Kim has had to rescue in the last two months. She is also caring for an abandoned Veiled Cham that some folks left behind when they moved. It a very short time Kim learned as much as she could and brought this Cham back from the brink of death, at no small expense. Thanks to her valiant efforts this Cham Zoe is now doing much better when only a month ago we all thought he was a goner.
:I'm sure with the help of the members of this forum Kim will again prevail and save Dill. Keep in mind Dill's condition is not the result of anything that Kim did it is how she found him/her. Cut her some slack and give her some praise and guidance.