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Date Posted: 20:40:46 08/17/07 Fri
Author: Connie and Rain
Subject: Re: Baby update part 2
In reply to: Mary 's message, "Baby update part 2" on 13:23:55 08/17/07 Fri

>I love to check in to see what is going on! So sad you are having a hard time w/this baby. My thoughts with you and the "little fellow!" Take Care, and We are thinking about you both. He may rally!! Rain was a skinny little thing, but made it! There is always HOPE! Hello again. Baby update -- Ms. Bubbles decided that
>she didn't want the littlest baby anymore. I am now
>trying to raise him. He is still so very tiny and
>weak. I am feeding him every three to four hours and
>he finally seems to want the food. It looks like he
>might have a problem with his hindquarters...he scoots
>along, but he can't really walk yet. I don't know if
>this is from lack of nourishment, or a birth
>abnormality of some sort. Also, I am thinking he
>might have a cleft palate or something going on in the
>oral cavity. When he laps up the formula every now
>and then a little comes out the nose. I just hold the
>syringe and let him lap it up as opposed to inserting
>it into his mouth. His fur has not really come in
>nicely either; he still has just a fine covering. His
>two brothers are growing nicely, they come out of the
>nest box on their own and explore the cage. The size
>difference is really noticeable; three of the little
>guy make up one of his brothers. I am hoping with
>feedings every three to four hours he might possibly
>catch up or at least do well enough to live a happy
>life.

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