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Date Posted: 17:43:44 11/29/10 Mon
Author: Mary
Author Host/IP: dhcp24.bchnmimn.qtm.net /
Subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving
In reply to: Dennis 's message, "Re: Happy Thanksgiving" on 16:23:16 11/27/10 Sat

Happy belated Thanksgiving. Question for you Dennis. My Bubbles has become quite nest dependent this year, in part because I had to keep traveling back to the Detroit area to help take care of my sick mother who subsequently passed away, and then back and forth for my mother-in-law, who also passed away....tough year so far. Anyway, I digress. Since she has become nest box dependent, won't come out, I will drag her out but she doesn't seem like she can walk, she kind of scoots around, and then hides in a corner somewhere. She does walk backwards, but struggles going forward. I don't know if it is a lack of calcium,or possibly another mineral, and if so, how do I get some into her pronto; and if not that what else would cause this. She is the one that had the broken tooth and I take her every 4 weeks to the vet to have it ground down for her, she is eating plenty of nuts, but she can't crack the shells with her tooth the way it is. I put fresh veggies in the cage every other day, a wide assortment of fruits and veggies, she does seem to pick at them, but not like she used to. Any suggestions?

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