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PostSubject: Re: And another one.   Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:28 pm

Remember the woodbines in packs of five, open ended, did my share of tab end hunting and smoking behind the shelters, but never took it up permanently.

As for ferrets, I had them from knee high and caught more rabbits in purse nets than I could count, the rabbit stew was rarely off the cooker.

Animals do not have the same threshold regarding pain as humans.

I have stitched up pigeons for friends with gaping wounds and they never even flinched when being stitched up.

The last pigeon I had hawked had it's back feathering removed and you could see the blood running through it's veins, I put some germaline on and it never flinched and within a few weeks it's feathers had returned, although all the skin on it's back had been taken off by the hawk, at no time did it show any discomfort.

I would condemn any abuse of any animal bit you have to consider them as animals and not humans.


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PostSubject: Re: And another one.   Mon Apr 02, 2018 4:02 pm

MISTY wrote:

Animals do not have the same threshold regarding pain as humans.

I have stitched up pigeons for friends with gaping wounds and they never even flinched when being stitched up.

The last pigeon I had hawked had it's back feathering removed and you could see the blood running through it's veins, I put some germaline on and it never flinched and within a few weeks it's feathers had returned, although all the skin on it's back had been taken off by the hawk, at no time did it show any discomfort.

I would condemn any abuse of any animal bit you have to consider them as animals and not humans.


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we agree on one thing any way lol animals handle pain different than we do . i had a pigeon come home the poor bastard was ripped from crop to belly. i read somewhere about using crazy glue to close wounds so i tried on that one it worked like a charm. it's amazing how fast they heal wasn't long at all before it was flying around the loft again
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