Thursday, February 16, 2006

Is is friday yet?

Really I think I'd rather it was Saturday. At work, I keep finding old screw ups and making new ones. Had another one of THOSE conversations with T. you know, the kind where I end up crying inside and wishing I could just let go so that it stops hurting. round and round and round I go.

I'm looking forward to spending time tonight working on my businesses.

Last night I discovered that if I have kids, I will likely tease them inssesently because I like thier reaction. I was having a blast tickling my friend's dog's foot last night. I didn't know dogs could be ticklish. She's cute. so is her sister. you can see them here: http://www.rebturtle.com/our_dog_pics2.htm they're nice dogs.

Jack has BOTH the e.cuniculi parasite AND pasturella. the Vet wants to start treatment for the e.cuniculi. I want to give up on bunnies alltogether, no matter how cute he is. there really isn't a CURE for the parasite, just stablization. I don't know if he will have to be on meds forever, I do know that I don't want to have to ask someone to take care of him again. (feeding is one thing, meds are another)

Homestly, if I had known today was going to be like this, I would have stayed home. It could be worse though. Much, much worse.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

A nice stew is always good. But, parasites can get into your blood and that's no good.

Do you have bunny insurance?

Ginamonster said...

No. This is the first time I have ever considered needing it. Who buys insurance for a $4 bunny?

Cooking generally kills parasites. I have friends who have been trying to get me to cook him for months. Before he was diagnosed. But I can't eat something I have kissed and snuggled.

Get your mind out of the gutter, sicko.

Sensei Ern said...

GIna, you cannot afford to go into major debt for an animal that has a life span shorter than your high school education.

Instead, give him a good home to enjoy his life, and should you find someone who is willing to pay for the medical treatment, let them take care of him.

You could put a picture of him on the web, with his own site, www.therabbitdies.com and say that if you do not get donations the rabbit will die. To work extra hard on the sympathy, take a picture of you holding him by the ears ove a large kettle.

Ginamonster said...

yeah, someone else already did that.
I don't want to go further into debt. sigh.