Kato said:I can top that. When I worked at the vet clinic, someone brought in a litter of newborn piglets that "weren't doing well".
They had no bums! Nothing. Nada. Under their tails it was smooth pink shiny skin. A quick poke with a scalpel, and lo and behold, there really were bums under there. They'd just been closed off with the skin.
Words can't describe the smell of the room when we were done. :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol: :lol: We sent home some happy little piggies though.
HAY MAKER said:I sure thought about using my pocket knife on her, but damned thing is as wild as a *&%^^& rat, so I used one of them hava hart traps and caught her, that was a feat itself cause this old girl dont like cat food, if she aint hunting rabbits in the pasture she is hunting rats in the sheds and that is why i spent that much money on her she is a rat catcher deluxe and as you know that old gray horse of mine dont like rats, as a matter of fact neither do I, so I figgerd she probably catch 83 dollars worth of rats, might save me a broke rib or 2 .
HAY MAKER said:That baldy calf of yours saved you some brandin work, No that ole mama cat had cancer on her ear and it was geeting bad, so shoot her, or trap her and take her to the vet, had no idea that old thing was gonna cost me 83 bucks, but ever since she strayued up her I dont see ant rats/mice and thats a first, nuthin worse than havin a damn rat dig holes in your sacks of seed/feed....................good luck
HAY MAKER, your 83 dollar cat doesn't have anything over on my new baldy heifer calf. She was born very early this morning
with only one ear. It sure didn't freeze off, as nice as the night was.