Jawzx2 last edited by Jawzx2
#207 Blue, aka Delia "Kind of a big deal" was feeling poorly. We think it was watery mouth, aka rattle belly, which is a over growth of e-coli in her digestive system that causes bloat and also illness due to the bacterial toxins. First night we brought her in, hit her hard with antibiotics and electrolytes, we actually weren't sure she would survive. It has taken her two days to get back to eating and pooping like a regular lamb, but she is still a little under the weather and will probably spend a third night in the house. She also seems to have really gotten used to being able to lie in front of the fire and chew on interesting things like paper shopping bags. Spoiled little brat
WhoIsTheLeader last edited by
@jawzx2 Are you sure it's not you that's spoiled by having these adorable fuzzballs around?
Jawzx2 last edited by
@whoistheleader ask that question again after cleaning up all the pee, the nasty sick-poo and keeping the lamb in a giant rubbermade box by the bed all night while you try to sleep but have to comfort the sad lamb every hour or so. Its is much like having a sick human baby, and I don't think I know a single parent who would claim to enjoy dealing with sick children.
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@jawzx2 and you get a whole new batch every year to clean up after! That being said, so CUTE!