hi radgirl i have a chilerose and she is about 2 years old but for the last 4 months she's not...
been eating and she seem's to stay in one spot do you now what could be wrong with her as i dont want to lose her with thanks martin
I am so sorry I didn't get back to you! I didn't even know about this feature until just now! I hope everything is alright for your rosie!
by Zoe Boo 9 years ago
Hi Bob! My name is Zoe, about 4 mo. ago you helped me; much to my chagrin have not been able to...review your advise. Could you kindly send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. By the way, when you get to Miami, FL, shoot me an email, will gladly show you spots of interest. It is always a...
by chandu08 8 years ago
HI, I am facing pigmentation for the last 4 years. I am male 28yrs old.I've black patch covering on my forehead and right cheek(half) and side of right eye. About 3+yrs I've used Flucort skin lotion but not able to remove it completely. Houston dermatology doctor suggested to apply Tretinion Cream...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
There is talk about living to a 1,000 years old. There are scientists &geneticists who are workingon eliminating age-related diseases & ailments. It seems fantastical to some but others believe it to be quite possible some day. Would you want to live to be a 1,000 years old? Why?...
by Annie 6 years ago
Should you allowed children under 12 years old to walk home alone from school?Are we moving forward, when it comes to crime, or are we moving backward?
by Jessica Peri 6 years ago
Would you get surgery for your pet rat in this situation?I have a pet fancy rat named Patches and she is about 2 and 1/2 years old. We took her to the vet today concerning what has been confirmed as a mammary tumor. Tumors are frequent in older rats, especially females, and most often benign....
by cruelkindness 8 years ago
What is your earliest human memory?
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