Oh my frick. Gabriel is adorable!I was treated by a veterinarian once, believe it or not! But this was over 35 years ago, and maybe they weren't as strict about such things.
I was in Phoenix during the summer (hot) and was trying to adjust something in the engine compartment of my car, which had been running for hours, so the engine was really hot. I got my hand caught and couldn't get it out right away. I burned it, and knew I needed an ice pack NOW. There was a vet's office right across the street. I ran over there and they treated me for the burn and gave me an ice pack. They were nice about it and didn't even charge me for the materials, because they said they weren't really supposed to treat humans, but could not refuse to help me because if they were ever in the same position, they would want help. I didn't live in Phoenix at the time, or I would have used their services for my animals after that, because that is the type of people a person needs around them.
OK, now for tax. Here is Gabriel at 3 weeks, two days (first picture) and again a few weeks later.
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You probably put several hundred of them in a building with no other source of heat, measure how much warmer it is than an empty building, and do arithmetic. Or put one chicken in a small enclosed area and measure what happens to the temperature there over a certain amount of time.how on earth do you measure a chicken to produce a figure of 12 watts!?!?