September 5th 06, 07:04 AM
No drugs at all :) and it was diazepam no problems on the blood panels
either last time Thanks the Gods
You are doing a wonderful job with them fosters.
Since the shelter closing here and I am able to be back on my feet fully. I
am seriously thinking of going back into another organization. There is a
local lady here in Orlando that does great work like you. I am looking to
do something again since now I am retired and the stores are run by the
Good luck Phil thank you once again for all the advice which did the
wonders on Rumble
"Phil P." > wrote in message
> "Matthew" > wrote in message
>> It has been one month and Rumble is doing fine. I am praying for many
>> months and years to come.
>> He will be 8 next month and still acts like a kitten
> No insulin or phenobarb? Great news! I hope he continues to do well.
> I've added two more to my roster a couple of months ago! They started out
> as fosters until I have them socialized.... but... well, you know how that
> They had a rough start in life. They're brother & sister 1 1/2 years old.
> 'Spent their first year in a basement with little human contact and the
> six months in a cage.
> 'Got 'em eating out my hand already: