Just rescued Kumquat officially on July Fourth. Am officially too attached and was convinced to make a separate account for him. @kumquattheteacupkitty is the account. If you want to see his recovery journey, follow it, he’s severely malnourished and is too old to be so small. Only 1 1/2 pounds and should be 5. Let’s get this recovery started!!🐾🐾 #rescuedkitten#newaccount#thankyouall#loveyou
This is one of my triplets. If you are in Washington State Skagit County area please be on the lookout for him and let me know. He’s missing and there’s no body or trail. It’s looking like someone took him. I am beyond messed up, I’ve never had a goat, baby or otherwise, be taken or killed. I don’t understand and his mom is extremely stressed out. I really need him back because I can’t stop thinking about where he is or what’s going on and I’ve been looking for hours. Please let me know immediately if you find anything. He’s mostly black with a large white stripe down his side and two white spots on the other side, not very defined spots. He’s a lot older than in these photos, he’s almost four months so a bit bigger than this. He’s the closest one in the photo with two kids, not the one with the white tipped tail. Thank you.
My geese have hatched three goslings so far and one of them possibly has Wry Neck. It’s not able to hold up it’s head etc, all the normal symptoms but it had a bit of a difficult hatching, mom was attacked during its hatching, and the issue could be genetic as well. Any help and advice on Wry Neck is appreciated. We are getting the needed minerals to treat it but any other tips would be great as I really want it to make it of course, since I’m now attached and invested. It’s name is Rover. Thanks
Happy to announce; Chicks!! Out of seven eggs, six have hatched thus far. I am not hopeful about the last egg, it doesn’t feel right, but we will see! P.S. in the second photo there are two chicks, see if you can spot them😂