763. Myrtle’s sadness


Myrtle took India-Mae to see the specialist. India-Mae had fragile bones, stiffness of the joints, osteosclerosis, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, dyspnea, salivation, abdominal pain, fever, paresthesias, nystagmus, optic neuritis, polyuria, stomatitis, albuminuria, nettle rash, skin, tooth and kidney damage and cardiac arrhythmias.

The specialist gave an injection.

It’s always sad to have to put down a pet rat.

28 thoughts on “763. Myrtle’s sadness

  1. noelleg44

    Okay, you sucked me in. Must have been a mentally strong rat to have survived that long with all those disabilities and diseases. My daughter had a pet mouse that lived in a cage in her bathroom – it lived twice as long as a normal mouse. Must have been all the treats we gave it.


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