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#21
They don't do rabies shots in the stomach any more, nor do they have to daub the sera into the iron maiden.
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#22
(07-26-2019, 01:53 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 01:28 PM)Mmmmkay_ultra Wrote: She is amazingly sweet. I have mentioned her before. I named her Darlin. I think she is one of the baby squirrels I rescued from my dog a few years ago that were hiding in a rain gutter. She actually was the initiator of our friendly relationship when she was about a year old. I did not see her for over a year after our first season of her being very tame with me and was worried she  might have been killed by a human who she may have approached but she found me earlier this year in the back yard as I was taking pics of new terracing I had completed next door..


ANYHOO...She clearly has a bot fly situation going on in her left shoulder.

Does anyone know if it is possible for me to treat her to help her get through it?

She comes to me like a puppy looking for a treat, so nabbing her would be easy.

Will she let you squeeze it out and put some hydrogen peroxide on it?

You're a lucky guy to get that close to one.  Maybe you need a new nickname..."squirrel".  Like the guy on the Hillbilly show that used to be on TV.

https://youtu.be/7Q8GacPHZ2M

@Mmmmkay_Ultra From now on your Delta Tau Chi name is Squirrel! Why?.... Why Not?



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#23
(07-26-2019, 09:41 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 01:28 PM)Mmmmkay_ultra Wrote: She is amazingly sweet. I have mentioned her before. I named her Darlin. I think she is one of the baby squirrels I rescued from my dog a few years ago that were hiding in a rain gutter. She actually was the initiator of our friendly relationship when she was about a year old. I did not see her for over a year after our first season of her being very tame with me and was worried she  might have been killed by a human who she may have approached but she found me earlier this year in the back yard as I was taking pics of new terracing I had completed next door..


ANYHOO...She clearly has a bot fly situation going on in her left shoulder.

Does anyone know if it is possible for me to treat her to help her get through it?

She comes to me like a puppy looking for a treat, so nabbing her would be easy.

I have befriended wild animals to help them with injuries and sickness.

Do not allow your emotions for the animal to cause you to not take personal safety precautions

If the squirrel will allow you to pick it up, make sure you wear gloves that go way up your arms.  Past your elbows.

One bite and you may be getting rabies shots injected hypodermically into your stomach.

Just be careful.  I have cared for wild animals before.  And saved a number of beautiful lives in the process.

Heartflowers

I have kick ass industrial professional Kevlar Animal handler gloves.
Up to my elbows they go.
They were $$, but best investment I ever made.
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(07-26-2019, 10:19 PM)CatONineTails Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 09:41 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 01:28 PM)Mmmmkay_ultra Wrote: She is amazingly sweet. I have mentioned her before. I named her Darlin. I think she is one of the baby squirrels I rescued from my dog a few years ago that were hiding in a rain gutter. She actually was the initiator of our friendly relationship when she was about a year old. I did not see her for over a year after our first season of her being very tame with me and was worried she  might have been killed by a human who she may have approached but she found me earlier this year in the back yard as I was taking pics of new terracing I had completed next door..


ANYHOO...She clearly has a bot fly situation going on in her left shoulder.

Does anyone know if it is possible for me to treat her to help her get through it?

She comes to me like a puppy looking for a treat, so nabbing her would be easy.

I have befriended wild animals to help them with injuries and sickness.

Do not allow your emotions for the animal to cause you to not take personal safety precautions

If the squirrel will allow you to pick it up, make sure you wear gloves that go way up your arms.  Past your elbows.

One bite and you may be getting rabies shots injected hypodermically into your stomach.

Just be careful.  I have cared for wild animals before.  And saved a number of beautiful lives in the process.

Heartflowers

I have kick ass industrial professional Kevlar Animal handler gloves.
Up to my elbows they go.
They were $$, but best investment I ever made.

@CatONineTails show them how to feed properly then,,,sheesh

https://the-fringe.com/thread-a_silent_f...#pid929488
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(07-26-2019, 10:21 PM)9mms Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 10:19 PM)CatONineTails Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 09:41 PM)phxsparks Wrote: I have befriended wild animals to help them with injuries and sickness.

Do not allow your emotions for the animal to cause you to not take personal safety precautions

If the squirrel will allow you to pick it up, make sure you wear gloves that go way up your arms.  Past your elbows.

One bite and you may be getting rabies shots injected hypodermically into your stomach.

Just be careful.  I have cared for wild animals before.  And saved a number of beautiful lives in the process.

Heartflowers

I have kick ass industrial professional Kevlar Animal handler gloves.
Up to my elbows they go.
They were $$, but best investment I ever made.

@CatONineTails  show them how to feed properly then,,,sheesh

https://the-fringe.com/thread-a_silent_f...#pid929488

Chuckle
Stop being a doody head.
I got them for small wildlife and feral cats.
I caught a squirrel once using them.
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Godzilla Rules
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Sometimes, the only way to heal our wounds is to make peace with the demons that created them 。
~ 芹沢 一郎
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#26
but seriously never seen a person
with so many infections of this botfly thing
is she a street dweller
begging for cash at the stop light
with a dog or animal
to make you compelled to give some cash...
and sleeps at the river bank
with no clean water
or shower source

wtf gives
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#27
(07-26-2019, 10:24 PM)9mms Wrote: but seriously never seen a person
with so many infections of this botfly thing
is she a street dweller
begging for cash at the stop light
with a dog or animal
to make you compelled to give some cash...
and sleeps at the river bank
with no clean water
or  shower source

wtf gives

During the video she mentioned getting some out herself at the airport. Bet she was in Mexico or some other shithole, 3rd world country.
Getting off the beaten path puts your soul back on track
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#28
I appreciate all the suggestions!
She clearly has one in her. I hope to get some gnarley pics.
I am not sure what I am going to do ...or try to do, but I want to help her and not watch it get worse and festery for her..and likely get a bit painful.
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#29
(07-26-2019, 10:19 PM)CatONineTails Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 09:41 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(07-26-2019, 01:28 PM)Mmmmkay_ultra Wrote: She is amazingly sweet. I have mentioned her before. I named her Darlin. I think she is one of the baby squirrels I rescued from my dog a few years ago that were hiding in a rain gutter. She actually was the initiator of our friendly relationship when she was about a year old. I did not see her for over a year after our first season of her being very tame with me and was worried she  might have been killed by a human who she may have approached but she found me earlier this year in the back yard as I was taking pics of new terracing I had completed next door..


ANYHOO...She clearly has a bot fly situation going on in her left shoulder.

Does anyone know if it is possible for me to treat her to help her get through it?

She comes to me like a puppy looking for a treat, so nabbing her would be easy.

I have befriended wild animals to help them with injuries and sickness.

Do not allow your emotions for the animal to cause you to not take personal safety precautions

If the squirrel will allow you to pick it up, make sure you wear gloves that go way up your arms.  Past your elbows.

One bite and you may be getting rabies shots injected hypodermically into your stomach.

Just be careful.  I have cared for wild animals before.  And saved a number of beautiful lives in the process.

Heartflowers

I have kick ass industrial professional Kevlar Animal handler gloves.
Up to my elbows they go.
They were $$, but best investment I ever made.

You know what I am talking about. Yeah3
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#30
(07-26-2019, 10:33 PM)Mmmmkay_ultra Wrote: I appreciate all the suggestions!
She clearly has one in her. I hope to get some gnarley pics.
I am not sure what I am going to do ...or try to do, but I want to help her and not watch it get worse and festery for her..and likely get a bit painful.

Let us know how it goes. This really gets you some karma points.
Heartflowers
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