New Day With the sound of Lions getting closer.
Wateringhole Chat, Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Ok, that baby wildie was a whole different story. His foot was so beyond repair that we all knew for sure what the outcome was going to be. That was very tough to watch. Thanks for reminding me, Lana.
Aquila, thank you for the video of the Mongoose Invasion, it was so great to see them!
And I agree, it was painful to watch the zebra today, I had to go do something else for a while when I saw how she had to lie down. :-( The information from Marblehead helps, thanks! Mustn't lose hope yet.
Thanks MH. It just looks so painful when she walks. I just remember watching that poor baby wildie last year.
Hi Lana. Don't be so sad about the Zeb. For what it's worth, studies have shown that animals are less distracted and bothered by pain than are humans, due to their lower-down brain function. Animal frontal lobes are smaller and less developed than humans. Animals in the wild also tend to heal faster. I have high hopes for our momma zeb.
samsher, you have another PM.
Karin, I had to turn off the cam today when I saw the mama zeb walking. Just breaks my heart.
Thanks Karin! I, too, constantly look for the baby wildie count and so appreciate that you are doing the same. Thank you!
LOL, it's ok to tell a wee little itty bitty white lie (only once, though) when it comes to wishing a leopard or cheetah come to the water for a drink.
samsher...I answered it Wish I could help more
I pm'd you lady as to not bore everyone.
samsher, what kind of problems do you have at home with the forum?
Hello All. Appears I just need a new laptop and that's it! I found out because we have sattelite at work here, I have limited streaming time and that is why I got cut off. Something about fair access somethin or other. And at home I still haven't worked out the replying to forum issue..... so sad . I'll be on for a few minutes. I've looked around. Looks like I've missed some mongoose, what other goodies have I missed?