My brother, currently in the 4th year of his degree, often deal with cases brought to the medical centre of their college. For those who are new here, he too is studying veterinary science like my sister.
One fine day, there came a case of ‘shivering chicks’. Four little chicks, drenched in water, immobile by cold, were brought to their medical centre for vaccination. The owner, totally lacking in experience, in an assumption that only clean animals should be brought to doctor, washed the poor chicks with surf – twice. Brother, taken aback by the condition of those little creatures, had to dry them in the sun. The owner was told to bring them again for vaccination once they regain their health, and of course not to give bath to the already sparkling chicks
Laddu and Dogs
My sister sometimes has to answer a lot of coplicated queries. Just the other day she got a call, in the middle of the night, by a worried owner of a Pommerian,
“Can I feed laddus to my dog?”
Sister, totally confused, “yeah sure, what does he usually eat?”
“Laddus. He only eat laddus.”