As incredibly adorable as they are, I strongly advise against breeding “finger monkeys”. They are most happy in the wild; being tree monkeys, not living in civilization. Like us, they also bond with their parents, siblings, friends. They are often incredibly close to them; more so than some of us are to our mother’s and father’s. Separating them from their families; tribe traumatizes them and raising them in captivity often shortens their lifespan and makes them feel rather depressed. I am not in support of “owning” creatures, no matter how much we may think we love them, for our sole benefit.
So, for the 15-20% who relapse you go on antibiotics for 10-14 days again, or you may find physicians using the tapering method. This is where your physician might ask you to go on antibiotics for a week or so, and slowly taper down the strength or amount of antibiotics over a month or so. You may also be asked to try a pulsing method which is similar except you might take antibiotics every other day while tapering down to lower levels of antibiotics. So, these methods will vary in time, so let’s assume it takes another 30 days. Now we’re up to what, 45 days?
Our investigation also begins to illuminate the economic toll for individual states. Louisiana has the highest gun homicide rate in the nation, with costs per capita of more than $1,300. Wyoming has a small population but the highest overall rate of gun deaths—including the nation’s highest suicide rate—with costs working out to about $1,400 per resident. Among the four most populous states, the costs per capita in the gun rights strongholds of Florida and Texas outpace those in more strictly regulated California and New York. Hawaii and Massachusetts, with their relatively low gun ownership rates and tight gun laws, have the lowest gun death rates, and costs per capita roughly a fifth as much as those of the states that pay the most.