I'm guessing no...but let me explain first.
One of my cats (which has since wandered off) seemed to be oozing a bit of liquid. I would have thought seriously bad things, but a few days prior when I moved it, it seemed to "vomit" a bit of green liquid on me.
Well, this oozing (not sure if it's from the mouth or elsewhere) happened again a few days later, and it stained a few leaves, so I took a couple of pics of it:
The first pic, I'm not sure if either let alone both leaves are from the same cat...but the second one I know was from the one that disappeared....so any ideas as to what the deal is? Was the cat "bleeding"?
On another note, I was getting a bit sad about the lack of activity on this message board, as it seems to be a fine place. But then it dawned on me....being in South Florida, there really is no "wintering period" for the Monarchs. Sure, we get occasional cold snaps, but it rarely gets to freezing temperatures, and even when THAT happens, it rarely lasts more than a day or two. For just about anyone north of me, there's a time of year where the monarchs are nowhere to be found...when plants can't grow and just maintain to stay alive.
In summary: I guess I understand the lack of activity. Well, soon the season will be upon you all...and I'll see if I'm right.