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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by BBQJOE, Jan 23, 2016.
I had to give the cat Kentucky Whiskey or as he cause it Kentucky Whiskers.
Did the cat keep them warm in his tummy?
I heard that cat was a vegetarian.
I do... I think it is best you stop nursing them before the baby teeth come in...
But let me refer you to this post.. She is an expert on chick nursing..
How is it an important thread like this has slipped under my radar for 3 days and I never even knew it was here?
This is one of those threads I should be involved with from the start!
Blooie sorry about stealing your answer, I posted mine before I read yours...
BUT now that you will read this,, what type of heating pad do I need to make one of your chicky igloos?
I am too lazy to try and find the answer where I should....
NorthFl... When I prepare a cat that lives as a vegetarian for sunday dinner, do I have to fix it differently than a regular cat? Does it affect the meat taste and quality?
Do I have to roast the cat longer?
What's going on up there in MN anyway Ralphie?
It's winter, we drink a lot this time of year..
Vegetarian cats are only ever stuffed with tofu. No meat stuffing allowed. And I'd recommend a crock pot so you don't have to worry about a tough tom.
Thanks, I never thought of crock potting my kittens before!
I was out this morning once again checking my chicken's breasts, and still no nipples have developed. I'm afraid if they start hatching out chicks at some point they will all starve.
And as to Ralphie's posts, I understand heavy drinking in MN winters. That's about all there is to do, except maybe riding your nicely heated snow mobile. Are you familiar with snowshoe grog?
If you see Ollie and Lena, say hi for me!
Also feel free to stuff your cat with anything you want, it really doesn't matter, he'll be dead anyways.