From: "Sukie Crandall"
Date: 2007-11-29 14:02:27 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Worried about Mike
That is not far fetched at all.
Actually, it is seen pretty often, not one of the most
common signs, but not unusual, either.
It also could be juvenile behavior being reverted to, and that
can signal pretty much any illness in a creature. That happens
in humans, too. Just think how whiny and in need in comfort
many of us get when sick.
--- In email@example.com, "Joan" <jevanci1@...> wrote:
> This may be far fetched as a consideration, but my Chance took to
> "loving" on my patient Desi: licking him and chewing gently, when
> Chance became adrenal for the second time.
> Chance didn't show many outward symptoms at first, the odd behavior
> put up a flag.
> How old is Ike? Showing any baldness about the tail or hind area?
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