I like the IM feature.
I also found this:
"All you have to do is send an email to email@example.com inquiring about the reason that they disabled your account for (usually it’s a hater reporting your profile to be in violation of the EULA of Facebook) and explain your willingness to remove the violating content and if it was just a “clerical error” to reactivate your account.
Other accounts to “CC” in your email:
That usually does the job of getting your account back within a period of 2-5 days, depending on whether you actually had a violation or not, doesn’t that sound more like a country’s court system than a websites usage violation?
Most common reasons for Account disabling?
Showing too much cleavage if you are a women but men can almost get away with anything — love the commitment to the status quo of society!
Adding too many friends, too quickly, getting a warning for it and ignoring it.
You didn’t use your real name that is on your birth certificate!
Browsing too much of Facebook too often, mostly due to apps like Snap2Face and others like it.
and many many more!"
fromt his page:
http://blog.thoughtpick.com/2010/08/how ... count.html.
course there's nothing stopping you from just making another account...
A lot of rescues just don't have the resources in people and time to keep these guys really clean. When butterbean was at a shelter in Florida there was one volunteer who was caring for him, but she wasn't there every day. She'd come in to find his diaper unchanged for two days. ugh. Even a rescue that isn't a county shelter has limited time for everyone. I'm glad you have her
the rest of the gang is bound to get jealous, I try to give out extra treats, get some new toys (thank u dollar tree). Great that bob's old diapers fit her! I have a bunch of premie onesies I don't need, and actually never ended up using because Hopper grew out of them quickly. I like them because they are slim, whereas most of the onesies are made for fat babies so they hang off the kitten. If you'd like some, I can send some.
we need picts of the new gal
cat coats come in all lengths. It takes a longhair cat two years to really come into their full coat, if she is really fluffy now next year she shoudl be spectacular
Butterbean was at a county shelter, not really a rescue. He was a mess with scald and infection when he arrived poor guy.
I haven't read everything, but I absolutely would NOT use Dawn on his rash; it's terribly stripping of natural skin oils. Unless somebody is terribly messy, I seldom use shampoo at all. If I do, I use cheap, mild shampoo, and only about a teaspoonful in the bath water, then rinse well. Have you considered using shaving his butt and using Cavilon spray? It should last a couple of days, at least, between applications.krisrath11 wrote:I am in Missouri so we do have Wal-Mart. Is the stuff u were talking about the same as astringent? I think it was my mom read somewhere u could use that but we thought it would burn so I never did. I never thought a out trying to do things like that to make vet money, I most certainly will be starting. I have a Facebook that I me we use, I'll add u and use it if it helps him. I am also thinking about fostering a kitten who is incontinent as well until I can find him a home. The diapers we use are fancy pants for pets. A lady makes them and sells them and they r reusable. I had changed the cat food and actually the dog food as well (sometimes all the cats eat it too so u never know) that's when he started pooping actual poop balls on his own and caused the whole mess. The poop is good, the rash is bad. I changed to dawn dish soap original for washing him per the vet. It was gone when I was using it still so I doubt that would be it. His anus was all beat red and cracked bleeding in spots. It got to where he would scream (he has a terrible scream like his mom) and shake when I would even take him to the bathroom. He stopped that since it went away before but it came back and u can tell when it really hurts him. I change and express him 2 to 3 times after work and once in the morning when I get up to leave. I try to use paper towels soaked in dawn and water to clean him (I cut strips and put them in a baby wipe container. I had him in dollar General disposable diapers for a bit but it made no difference. I left his diaper off for 2 days and it didn't help (went back on when he woke me up loving at 3 am and hopped on the pillow and pooped). It's healed for the most part again now but he also just had a shot yesterday or the day before of cortisone which is a miracle drug for it apparently. I just got home from work so I used the peroxide to clean him to see if that does anything because he does have dead skin in places. I am putting them on blue buffalo kitten food now because better food is less poop (killing the pockets a bit but they r worth it). In all honesty I would rather change and express bob over cleaning the others litter box any day lol. If I get this diaper rash under control for good then me and him have it easy. I like I get to take him places (he is extremely mellow mannered) with only a leash and i never have to worry. He goes to the stores all the time and to visit my mom sometimes.
Tropiclean makes an excellent shampoo, but it's pricey. I definitley need some kind of shampoo for Bean and Cherry.
Glad you got the new girl smelling good
I use a portable pet playpen for butterbean when I can't watch him . He has some bad aggression issues so he cannot have unsupervised time out. You can find them on Amazon fairly inexpensively. I have washable pee pads (the kinds for people) I put in the bottom, then a bed and soemthing for him to chompie on. Bean has to chompie things, just preferably inanimate things.
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss ... et+playpen
I had to verify myself with Facebook, they didn't believe my name was real. I sent them copies of 10 different forms of ID every day until they fixed it.
they can be a real pain in the rear, but they've been great for networking with animal people so I deal, and it's free.