I found a baby mouse in a field when they were clearing a lot of trees, and I brought it home and fed it warm milk, tiny bit of honey and dipped the end of a clean washcloth in the milk. I kept the mouse in cotton in a deep box. I also gave the mouse water the same way I gave it milk. It's a baby so it won't be moving around too much. The other poster gave you some good hints and it would be wise to at least take the mouse to the vets to be sure it doesn't have a disease (I highly doubt it) or it isn't suffering. If the vet gives it a clean bill of health then just follow the above instructions. Once the mouse has grown hair and it's starting to gnaw the cardboard box (don't need a lid on it if it's deep enough then it's time to set it free in a field to fend for itself. Yes, it may be diseased and you may have been exposed. I'd take the animal to a lab and find out if I've been exposed to anything. There is a very good reason that people kill mice. The diseases that they carry can be dangerous to humans.
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Proper treatment for breast-feeding difficulties depends on the cause of the problem.
783.3 - feeding difficulties and mismanagement ("feeding problem")
This could be a venting problem or a blockage somewhere in the line.
So long as the basement is dry, no problem. If you've ever had a water problem, forget it. The tile won't stick. if you have had a water or dampness problem you could use a dpm(damp proof membrane) which will stop water penetration.usually a two part epoxy mix.
Yea, why not, you could have beforehand too. the only problem is that if your house is too old then you could have a problem in your basement that causes cancer. A halogen heater emits infared radiation which is worse for you if you hang out in a basement, I know people that have died from that. But if it's not a halogen heater then absolutely!
Clogged drain line downstream of basement sink or possibly problem with venting.
Absolutly nothing. Its perfectly natural.
The greatest danger in a hurricane is not wind, but flooding. Most of the people who die in hurricanes drown. By going to your basement you increase your risk of drowning.
It all depends on what is wrong. You can check out a great web tool I found for troubleshooting wet basement problems. It will help you figure out what is causing your problem and also, give you the available remedies. You will also fing some good advice to lessen your problem or to prevent it. It is called the Wet Basement Analyzer. A link is below. Good luck!
Fin nipping is a symptom of poor feeding. Fix the problem by feeding the fish a bit more or more often or better food and the fins should recover.
Your most likely problem is that your home is not diverting water properly. Check to make sure the gutters drainage are moving the water away from your house. If this isnt the problem then you probably have a condensation issue. In that case, check all your pipes for leaks and if your washer and dryer is in the basement check that too.
It could be caused by moister in the air, this is why you should keep your basement at a regular temperature. During winter you should not have a problem but during summer you will need to fix it.
You could ask them to please stop feeding the cat. It also depends how many cats she's feeding? And how you sure that it's the whole neighborhood that the whole problem is for or just you and a few other people? You could ask the city if she's got a lot of cats that are causing a problem for the whole neighborhood.
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I had this problem too. Just pour bleach in toilet and flush.
No! Are you burping the baby properly after feeding? That should help alleviate the problem. Also, breastfed babies have less gas than bottlefed babies do. Bottle-feeding could be causing the problem.
Excessive fluid feeding cause damage to the host plants
Brush on latex basement paint will cote the area without problem if the tar is stable and not subject to high temperatures.
Carpet tiles are the best kind of carpet covering for your basement floor. The main reason they are better is because they can be replaced easily in sections if water or mold becomes a problem.
The musty smell of moisture and possible water marks would indicate that there is a problem with water.
Definately, if the water is not fresh it will breed flies. Dry out the area & be rid of them.
Moss in a lawn is a problem. It is an indicator of lack of feeding, poor drainage or not enough light.
Normally when a basement is poured, there are no provisions for putting a roof on top of it. Structurally, it isn't a problem to build a basement larger than the main floor. But if you don't build on top of it, you have a major issue to deal with. You will need to determine how you will keep ground water, critters, dirt, etc from entering the basement from the uncovered side and coming into your home. If you properly seal the top of the uncovered side of the basement, I don't think you will have any problems.