Isn't she pretty?
Uhm, with Pixie being a satin, I know satins are prone to a few diseases. What diseases could possibly be in her future? I can't wait 'till the morning so I can turn of that horrid flash and get some nice pictures.
- You can quote me
If you have some spare Christmas cash with nothing else to do with it (ha!), consider taking her to the vet for a baseline x-ray. If she develops calcium leaching later on, the vet will have something to compare to.
They are both beautiful and look to be in good shape. Again, thank you and bless you for helping them.
Ah, yes that's true! I don't remember one time actually purposely looking to adopt a pig, they seem to find their ways to me. Leaves me a lot of good stories to share. :)
Here's some takes of a photoshoot today with them!
Today I noticed Pixie was wheezing a bit, so I went to check the bedding they've been on for the past 6 months at their past home. It smelled very strong, much stronger than my kiln dried pine that I use for my bunbun. I could smell it clearly through the bag, whereas the kiln dried is hard to smell, even if outside the bag. I do have some antibiotics (got it early December), should I give that to her until I can get them to the vet this weekend? I'm afraid it could be a URI and Miss Dixie has shown no wheezing yet, I'd hate for them both to have it. If I give her the antibiotics and she does NOT have a URI, will it hurt her?
- Catie Cavy
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Honey has pretty much decided that the girls are "hers". So they will most likely be staying. They've become pretty social...
Dixie is more of a rockstar girl, who runs from me unless I offer her food, and she spends most of her time eating.
While Pixie just melts my heart...
It seems the girls have been in their forever home ever since the day they arrived, but I am still on the fence.