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  1. Jeannette - Chlorhexidine is also a good ear cleaning solution, but definitely ask your vet about it. It comes in different strengths, and you don't want to put anything not suitable in those baby ears. Sometimes you also need some other medication with it - our old dog used to have ear problems back in the day, and he needed a good cleaning with Chlorhexidine (flush, rub and dry), then an oily medicine (can't remember what it was) to be left in - twice a day. And, please do get more eye drops from the vet - eyes can heal very fast with the right help, but they can also get worse very fast without it! Paula - I'd put another litter box next to the other one - and leave it open, not covered. I have a cat that won't poop in the same box he just peed in, so I have two right next to each other. And congrats on having kept her going so well up to such an old age! I sure miss my ol' MamaCat. Hi Paul! Nice seeing you here!! Whereabouts are you nowadays? Ziggy you're overestimating our riddle solving skills...LOL
  2. Holy moley, Jeannette, those poor kittens! Thank You for helping them! Just keep your lines open to the vet, you want to consult them for the fleas as you can't give any flea medication to either very young kittens, weak cats/kittens, or ones ill or sick in any way as it could kill them. The baths are the best way for now, as long as you dry them off well and keep them warm - kittens can also get a cold after a bath. Keep clean any surfaces they sleep on - vacuum well to get possible flea eggs out. Some people use diatomaceous earth sprinkled on floors etc. and then vacuumed for flea control. Look that up. (I can't really use that because I have no carpets in the house.) Fingers crossed up to the elbows for their eyes to get better. Pamela - certainly you mean a Bernese Mountain dog?
  3. Absolutely agree with the above, also with what Paul said.
  4. Terry - stock images are supposed to be clinically clean, impersonal, and most of the time boring. Sure, there are exceptions, but they still have to be technically correct above all else.
  5. Yeah, that's stupid.
  6. I think I've only taken Benadryl once in my life, and all it did was make me need to pee....LOL Granted, I took it just before bedtime, so I can't say anything about being drowsy or not (couldn't tell any difference), but I had to get up and pee in two hours, which is VERY unusual, as I don't ever need get up during the night for that.
  7. Disclaimer - I didn't read the linked source -- But yeah, if you haven't figured out yet what the title says, you better get your head straight in a hurry. Nah, not for stock. All it needs to be is somewhat usable.
  8. Haha, Sheila Mocha loves to chase her tail, too - I think her tail triggers her more because she has a light/ orange spot towards the end on an otherwise dark tail, and it's something that'll grab the attention. BTW, you can also get Benadryl as topical - it's usually pretty good for itches. If you have an allergic reaction like that, however, the tabs might be better.
  9. Sheila would Benadryl (tabs) not help with it? The boys were flying small RC planes last night, and the best entertainment was when Bob the Pup was chasing them, trying to jump after the low flying ones. Hopefully they get to do it again (it's raining now, YAY!) some day so I can try to get video of the silly pupper.
  10. Sheila would Benadryl (tabs) not help with it? The boys were flying small RC planes last night, and the best entertainment was when Bob the Pup was chasing them, trying to jump after the low flying ones. Hopefully they get to do it again (it's raining now, YAY!) some day so I can try to get video of the silly pupper.
  11. You should also thank The Fairie She's the one doing all the hard work!
  12. On the first page of "popular" in my port there are DOZENS of images that are new or newish, that have never sold. Yet, I have images that have sold thousands of times and you can't find them in my "most popular" 500 images as determined by SS. The order they show has nothing to do with popular, for most part. It's just a result of an utterly weird algorithm they use.
  13. Thank You kindly, Dearest EL Fairy
  14. this will help you - just add what's relevant, remove what's not --- submit.shutterstock.com/portfolio/suggestions.mhtml Also, don't think the titles as titles, but as descriptions - tell what's in the image as accurately as you can - not one or two words, but complete sentence(s). For example - "Brown tabby cat chewing on a yucca plant leaf outdoors, wearing a pink harness and leash"
  15. Another new victim that's never had a harness on before this I got some more colors (cats) to go through