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    May 2008

    My guinea pig is dying, help!?

    My guinea pig is on her side, can't walk.
    I took her out of her cage and she won't walk and can't get up.
    She still shakes her head and makes movement.
    She seems colder then usual.
    She is 7 years old.
    But yesterday she got a lot of intereaction with humans.
    Did we scare her to make her go to this point.
    It almost seems like shes paralzyed.
    She blinks too and I think she can movie her legs up and down.
    She can make noises too.
    I am forcing her to drink little water to keep her from dehydration.
    I have a warm towel over her body then wrapped her up in a regular non wet towel over the wet towel.
    Shes right next to me.
    I can't leave her to die.
    I change her towels every 5 minutes...

    HELP what do I do to save her or make her comfortable?!
    i want her to be in less pain as possible.
    Just turning 14 (its my birthday today) I can't do much.
    I can't take her to vet right now because everyone is asleep and i can't drive.
    I am staying up with her the whole night i 'm not leaving her side.
    anything else?

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    did it die?

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    mine is like that right now!! :''''''''(

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    My Fatty


    This is David, an englishman working in china. I just see this as I am still missing my little girl who died 6.15am on 15th August this year and i go to the internet to learn why every so often. She was just two but had become a big part of my life. & is a good age but don't make it any easier and your love and care for her brings a tear to my eye, i understand completely. My gf and i kept Fatty (her name) with us all night alos and never slept. Its been a few years now and guess your friend passed on. Fatty is buried under a bush outside our apartment block in Changzhou, China, and everytime i go home (I work in another city monday - friday) I say hi to her and hope she is somewhere nice. I hope you managed to eventually give a good home and love to another who needs it, I am not ready yet but will do one day. David

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