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Author Topic: Establishing dominance/Pecking Order  (Read 1929 times)
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iowahawkeye
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« on: January 23, 2012, 09:30:36 AM »

Hi gang, can you pls direct me to the forum on pecking order?  I'll post an update on Santi too if anyone's curious, thanks! Belated Happy New Year to all of you too!
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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2012, 04:45:03 PM »

Although I cannot find any one place where the issues of dominance and pecking order exclusively, I did find that if you do a search by entering "cat hierarchy" and "dominance" in the Search box on the Index page of the forum, you will get results that tell you where those terms were used and discussed in various threads.  You could also start a thread and pose your specific question or case at hand, and others here will answer with their experiences.

Yes, I think we would love to have an update on Santi!   Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2012, 09:42:32 AM »

Thanks for info! Well, the wound never healed as planned, even went next step and tried Medi Honey. Nada. Entered him into hospital for wound prep 3 weeks ago this Wed, for eventual skin graft. They nixed skin graft b/c they would've needed to cut up by his nipple and the it's all so close to his private parts too. So Doc brilliantly made several incisions to stretch skin and close wound. Kept him there an additional week and a half to ensure sutures healed and stayed close. Doc generously donated much of his time and discounted more than half the bill, amazing. So grateful for all that he does for the animals.  The staff treated Santi like one of their own. He's home, still with e-collar til Thursday at the earliest. Still doing home cooking, he threw up his very last pill, probably due to lack of food prior.  (We had to wait 30 mins to give medication due his throwing up the first pill while in hospital). We're getting there!  Still home cooking and adding vitamins, need to soon find something OTC that he'll eat, i hope! Did try Wellness Chicken, he'll barely touch it, tho he will drink chicken water around it of course!
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« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2012, 01:49:19 PM »

I'm sorry I missed this yesterday! I'm glad to have the update on Santi and send hopes for his recovery.
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