Sunday, November 29, 2009

Ted's Pet Care Corner

Only in your super, soaraway Eastcliff Richard! Each week our animal loving expert Ted solves your pet-related health problems!

Dear Ted, our three day old gerbil Gary was recently playing in the kitchen when he accidentally fell into the deep fat fryer. He does not seem anywhere near as lively or playful as he was before. I enclose a picture. Is there anything we can do to restore him back to health?

Hoping you can help. T.

Ted writes: Nah, he's a gonner. Chuck 'im outside.

Do you have a pet that's feeling poorly? Email your problem, preferably with a photograph, to Ted@richardeastcliff.co.uk

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ted
I sent you a serious problem to solve,but the email bounced

is it correct?

I hope Ted from Pet Care Corner has been collared by the Beaks

Anonymous said...

That is gross!

Veronica said...

Ted,
my pussy has little brown things crawling around in it. What should I do.

Anonymous said...

have you tried stroking the things crawling around, be careful they dont spit though

Anonymous said...

I have two old dogs called Sandy and Roger.
They are both showing signs of old age forgetting things and attacking Iris the nice cat from down the road.

Would it be better to go for the lethal injection now as their quality of life does not seem that good

Anonymous said...

Ted

Your advice re the neighbours sick kitty was invaluable and the way to raise funds for its flea treatment.

"You know what ? Raffle its owner's mare over margit"

mark said...

stephenfry

Oh joy. Part One http://tinyurl.com/yahqgpt Thank you, the blessed Robert Popper, aka Robin Cooper. hello richard i think you will like this

mark said...

stephenfry

And here's Part Two - but listen to Part One first... already tweeted. http://tinyurl.com/yk4n93x

mark said...

sorry had no email for you all the best

Anonymous said...

8:21 Its an old code and much more difficult to read - how many hamsters and kittens died getting this message to the Pirates!!!

Cpt Defstar

Tony Beachcomber said...

Eastcliff fritters, it could catch on.