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Awww Thats so sad Dom to you both.
Thankyou so much everyone Im not so worried now. . Why do we allways think the worse with our pets. I seem to worry even more since the girls went. I was just thinking something awfull was going to happen to her. Sounds to me that Samantha is just a normal cat( not really cause she is mine and twist...
Hi Lisa I didnt expect to get any answers to this I do apprieciate it. Yes she goes out for 5 mins in the morning or so but not very much in during the winter ( dont blame her) and all of a sudden she will scramble over the fence to go to the loo either in my garden or in doors to her litter tray. T...
Thankyou so much for answering. No keep trying differant ones and she eats them for a couple of days then turns her nose up. She drinks from the bird bath if I dont put in clean water. Ive not had a cat for years and after having to give up the chooks and the Guineapigs have all gone I decided a cat...
Just wondering if anyone can help. I have had a rescued cat who is !!yrs old, for nearly a year now. She causes me so many problems with feeding. She will eat dried food but ive been told she should have wet as well as she doesnt seem to drink a lot. I keep wasting money i reallly cant afford to on ...
Hi Wendy shame your not in Sussex I have just taken the roofing off my run and is sitting here cant find anyone to take it. I had plastic corrigated roofing on my run and worked very well with netting under it. Marianx
Hi Anne I had fun with scalley leg. You can get sprays for it but the other way is to cover ALL the hens legs with vasilene. Must be all over legs and feet and do all hens and do it at dusk so you can pick them up easily for 7 days, and it will sufficate the mites.
Hi Tina, yes our little darlings can turn to monsters but as you say thats nature. And to be honest Id put up with a lot just to have my girls back. Ive been sitting here looking at my run that was . Its so good to be able to come on here and try and help other peps with their chooks. Did you have a...
I agree with you Willow. I found blood on my feeder a couple of years back and couldnt find where it came from and came on here worried, and got the answer, Mice!! my lovely girls had caught a mouse. I thought not My Girls they wouldnt do a thing like that. Then a couple of days later I caught them ...
When I got my first girls the breeder I got them from made me a feeder/waterer. The onle way I can explain it was; A wooden box with I seperator in the middle to take two 4 pinter milk bottles laying on the narrowest edge. he cut holes in the bottles at the bottom of the sides so you had the handles...
If I were you id do what I was told on here and put down loads of Sharp Sand. Its easy to poo pick scatter it, with Stalazon which disinfects and dries any poo you miss, rake it over once a week or so and you dont need to change it and its one big dust bath.It works best or did for me.
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