My rabbit ate too many strawberry leaves and his stool are soft. What do I do ???
Have you considered eating the rabbit? I myself have never eaten a rabbit, but I know people who raise rabbits for food, and I hear they are quite tasty.
by mejane 8 years ago
Have you ever eaten a meal and then discovered what you ate is not what you thought it was? (e.g., my mother once served us rabbit and told us kids it was chicken)
by free4india 8 years ago
I am generally a veggie but I love chicken. I am not hefty built person and generally my food intake is poor. I have a sedentary life style and usually have some slight GI problems that cannot be called a disease.Now I got too much greedy and ate half of a full chicken in two parts,...
by shlrdlph 8 years ago
will powdered coffee creamer hurt my dog, a quite abit fell on floor and he ate it befor i could...get to him
by Susan Holland 6 years ago
What are some strange things you have seen your dog eat?
by Miossotys 7 years ago
My bunny rabbit eat some poinsettias leavesWhat should I do?Extremely worried ..Can't afford to pay vet.
by gracenotes 8 years ago
Aagh! I was terribly busy trying to publish a hub, and my miniature schnauzer was off getting into mischief. I walked into the living room to find a few fragments of a newsletter that I'd received from my old workplace.Where did the rest of that newsletter go? Into her...
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