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2012-09-21 09:08:24 PM
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2012-09-21 09:18:28 PM

gremlin1: [i877.photobucket.com image 300x300]


Eyes

Oh! On an October Night,
Do not take Fright.

Tis the Witch's Might,
Reflected in the Cat's Sight!

Dark and Light,
On this Night take Flight!

Open your eyes,
Witness what Flies.

Broom and Cat
Hat.

Stir the night,
Ghouls delight!

Witch holds the Balance.
Displays Talents.

All Hallows Eve.
Gifted to those who Perceive.


tigerose 9/21/12
 
2012-09-21 09:20:01 PM
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2012-09-21 09:26:04 PM

yobbery: [i211.photobucket.com image 129x200]


Oh now, that is evil. And Hysterical all in one...I think I will take the isle seat....
 
2012-09-21 09:35:32 PM

yobbery: [i211.photobucket.com image 129x200]


lulz
 
2012-09-21 09:37:10 PM
Only the finest china for this cat ;)

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-21 09:39:44 PM

valnt9: I am more than delighted to rescind my notice that
I had a deadline to contact me.
I had one wonderful Caturdayer offer to help last night, and
another very generous member of our family didn't wait to even hear what I needed, they
deposited funds into my PalPay account and my internet will stay up!!!
I am beyond flabergasted, I did not request help, I just wanted to let you know
I had a deadline coming.
The one who jumped in will be paid back, so the money can be used again to help
another family member down the road.
Gawd, I love this group of people.
Now, all who said they wanted BBBB's address will be getting an e-mail tonight.
(after I get my tear soaked chin off the floor)
Long Live Caturday!!!


This is a damn fine crowd :-D
 
2012-09-21 09:41:46 PM
We only have one enchilada left, but don't worry wheelchair

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2012-09-21 09:41:50 PM

in2it: Only the finest china for this cat ;)

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Must be from the Meow dynasty...
 
2012-09-21 09:45:13 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-21 09:46:08 PM

tigerose: in2it: Only the finest china for this cat ;)

[i.imgur.com image 800x600]

Must be from the Meow dynasty...


Meow LOL :)
 
2012-09-21 09:48:22 PM

tigerose: OlderGuy Thanks! I am so glad that you enjoyed it. I shared this with an author that I regularly email. She always answers. It will be interesting if she "takes" another email from me tonight. One of the unspoken rules is that she doesn't really want a conversation.

Still, I thought it was worth a share.

I am so blessed that I can share my muse with those who appreciate it here on Caturday. If I could not write or sing I think that I would go crazy. So, you know, thanks for reading. :) See, poetry isn't so icky is it?


Poetry shows an active mind and imagination.. the subject and language tell a great deal about the artist.. big time mood indicator also.. I got shot down at an early age on poetry.. had rhyming down pretty good, selection of words, not so much.. "through the lips and between the gums, look out stomach, here it comes" was not accepted as a proper Grace before dinner.. when you get 'that look' from both parents, you don't repeat the performance... also found out that being bored and having spinach (which I didn't like then) on the plate, ( clean plate rule in effect) and being a kid, can lead to novel ways to dispose of it.. like a big glob of it on the end of a fork and a moderate blow to the tines.. it did stick.. promptly referred to as 'spinach bugs'.. parents were out, older sister was 'babysitting'.. actually on the phone with her boyfriend.. younger brother and sister joined in.. plates were clean, incident was forgotten for the moment.. Dad discovered them the next morning... unhappy times.. also found out that the coloring in spinach soaks into plaster.. Family joke now, wasn't then...
 
2012-09-21 09:54:06 PM
This thread needs more boobies :)

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-21 09:56:06 PM
OlderGuy Spinach Bugs! Oh Lol! I can so see that! And as a person with "real" plaster walls, I can definitely see it making an interesting stain! I'll take your spinach if you'll take my beets..ick!

I do enjoy writing, and am just now getting brave enough to share it beyond Caturday and other family members. I think my poem count here is about 140. I think...I have archives from other Caturdites, as well as my own dropped text. Now if I could just learn how to move that to an email, I'd be all set. Did I mention I'm a techno-derp?

Lol! Thanks for the encouragement. It means a great deal to me.
 
2012-09-21 09:56:50 PM

in2it: This thread needs more boobies :)

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Bigger. Boobies and Moar Newbies!
 
2012-09-21 10:08:14 PM
Roger and Nibbler

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2012-09-21 10:09:28 PM
Roger and CPAP

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2012-09-21 10:11:11 PM
Roger getting comfy, cozy

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2012-09-21 10:12:57 PM

tigerose: OlderGuy Spinach Bugs! Oh Lol! I can so see that! And as a person with "real" plaster walls, I can definitely see it making an interesting stain! I'll take your spinach if you'll take my beets..ick!

I do enjoy writing, and am just now getting brave enough to share it beyond Caturday and other family members. I think my poem count here is about 140. I think...I have archives from other Caturdites, as well as my own dropped text. Now if I could just learn how to move that to an email, I'd be all set. Did I mention I'm a techno-derp?

Lol! Thanks for the encouragement. It means a great deal to me.


Tigerose, your poems are a staple addition to each edition of Caturday.
I truly hope someone has a complete file of all your gifts.
A book is definitely warranted.
Seriously, we would be at a loss without you.
 
2012-09-21 10:15:00 PM

akimbotoo: gremlin1: [i877.photobucket.com image 500x374]


Ughhh! I agree! I slogged through all four books because I have so many nieces and teenage patients who LOVED them. Bella reminds me so much of one of my nieces, it was pretty distracting.


What I don't understand is why Edward, who is over a century old and has lived through...OK, experienced an amazing amount of societal change STILL has so much teenage angst.
 
2012-09-21 10:21:38 PM
Poor Juno...

reneau.smugmug.com
 
2012-09-21 10:22:49 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:23:34 PM
i870.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:31:04 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:31:41 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:36:01 PM

OlderGuy: also found out that being bored and having spinach (which I didn't like then) on the plate, ( clean plate rule in effect) and being a kid, can lead to novel ways to dispose of it.. like a big glob of it on the end of a fork and a moderate blow to the tines.. it did stick.. promptly referred to as 'spinach bugs'.. parents were out, older sister was 'babysitting'.. actually on the phone with her boyfriend.. younger brother and sister joined in.. plates were clean, incident was forgotten for the moment.. Dad discovered them the next morning... unhappy times.. also found out that the coloring in spinach soaks into plaster.. Family joke now, wasn't then...


I approve of these shenanigans. ;) 

i870.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:36:40 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:37:15 PM
Been reading too long without saying aught. Spinach Bugs will have to move to the Permanent Verbiage List.
I've tried to keep up with tigerose's poesy, tho haven't moved any recents into a/the All Verse Alla Time files.
Move poesy to an e-mail? Besides copy, open an outgoing message form & paste in? Unless there's something else I'm missing --
Also draw a blank & am surely culturally deprived (or depraved) as I'm not a-tall familiar with the books under discussion that nieces & teenage patients were fond of.
Past time for me who doesn't stay up for CADtm anyway to call it a night. Even managed to get a nap this afternoon, which Piiki thought was a marvelous idea. She must like the Product our haircutter person uses, as she was all over my hair biting & tugging. Didn't manage to pull any out, which was good.
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credit to lysdexic. Could stand to use some of these more widely; know I've fetched this one several times. 
Am intended to rise at what passes for decent hour which is normally 8ish. Takes me longer to get to keybd & maybe brush Overlords off it. So Gd Night, & Gd Night FM.
 
2012-09-21 10:38:13 PM
i415.photobucket.com


warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blocker) to his diet (thank ceiling cat THAT is just a powder I can sprinkle on his food).

/ I also want to thank you all once again from the bottom of my heart for all the contributions I have received for my white boy - I honestly admit I could not have afforded the additional tests/special food/medication without you guise!
// meanwhile, the fuzzball is wondering when the hell he is gonna get a spicy chicken wing :o) 
 
2012-09-21 10:38:56 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 10:38:57 PM

tigerose: OlderGuy Spinach Bugs! Oh Lol! I can so see that! And as a person with "real" plaster walls, I can definitely see it making an interesting stain! I'll take your spinach if you'll take my beets..ick!

I do enjoy writing, and am just now getting brave enough to share it beyond Caturday and other family members. I think my poem count here is about 140. I think...I have archives from other Caturdites, as well as my own dropped text. Now if I could just learn how to move that to an email, I'd be all set. Did I mention I'm a techno-derp?

Lol! Thanks for the encouragement. It means a great deal to me.


You can always copy and paste to notepad, that can be emailed as an attachment.. or rewrite it on a word proccessor.. if you rewrite it on notepad, save it before trying to print.. I think you have to save it as a .txt file. I will experiment with it and get back to you with a solution..
If you were to call my brother or sisters and just say 'spinach bugs', they would know that you talked to me, and after the lols, you would get the whole story... my older sister didn't see the 'application', just the aftermath, the next day...thinking back, we were sitting at the breakfast table when my younger sister kicked me and rolled her eyes up.. at that point I was trying to figure out how to leave the table.. Dad finished his coffee and leaned back to stretch.. and looked up.. and then directly at me... jig was definitely up ! we also were served beets..we ate them.. still can't stand them... and no beet shenanigans... the painters had to carve out the stains and replaster..
 
2012-09-21 10:45:34 PM

akimbotoo: Yay! Caturday!
/and I gots the itchies for "talk like a pirate" day!


Yarrr, congratulations! Here's your Zovi-yax.

i870.photobucket.com

And remember, don't use your hook for scratchin' your scurvy bits, matey.
 
2012-09-21 10:55:15 PM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]

warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus bloc ...


Glad that Dragon is holding out.. and praying that the medication works.. wonder if the spicy coating on the wings could be an issue .. and if it could have an effect on the medication.... years ago I picked up a can of sardines to try on the cats.. didn't notice that it had jalapinos in it... took three days for the 'effects' to go away.. and a week to find and clean up all of the results... forgiveness took a while also....
 
2012-09-21 10:55:41 PM
sherpa18
:

i415.photobucket.com


warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blocker) to his diet (thank ceiling cat THAT is just a powder I can sprinkle on his food).

/ I also want to thank you all once again from the bottom of my heart for all the contributions I have received for my white boy - I honestly admit I could not have afforded the additional tests/special food/medication without you guise!
// meanwhile, the fuzzball is wondering when the hell he is gonna get a spicy chicken wing :o)


It looks like you've got some work on your hands with Dragon's treatment. When I can't get my animals to eat I used to make the wet food into a soup. Mix in a lot of warm water and really thin it out and they usually would drink it right down. It's only a suggestion and it might not work for Dragon or you could just put some hot sauce on his food. Good luck.
 
2012-09-21 11:01:13 PM

yobbery: akimbotoo: Yay! Caturday!

/and I gots the itchies for "talk like a pirate" day!

akimbotoo: Yay! Caturday!

/and I gots the itchies for "talk like a pirate" day!

Congrats!
I give you three butts up!
[i211.photobucket.com image 500x333]



Thanks! That is an absolutely adorable picture of kitty butts!
 
2012-09-21 11:08:21 PM
I can't really even remember what I just read. I really hope Dragon keeps holding his own!!! **Scritches** to the handsome white boy and **hugs** to sherpa18.


As a side note... It's been about a year (give or take a week or two) since we started Cassie on Glucosamine, and there haven't been any urinary problems at all!!! Quite the difference from being at the vet or giving multitudes of antibiotics to my poor girl all the farking time. Last year we were at the vet at least 7 or 8 times between the urinary and ear mite stuffs. Since we started the Glucosamine, we've gone in once for the well kitteh check and rabies shot. Hooray! I highly recommend trying Glucosamine if it seems like your cat is getting UTIs all the time. Turns out the problem wasn't infections, but inflammation in the bladder that led to infections. W/o fixing the inflammation, the infections just kept popping up. So glad the sainted vet here was able to finally figure out the real problem!
 
2012-09-21 11:09:14 PM

tigerose: OlderGuy Thanks! I am so glad that you enjoyed it. I shared this with an author that I regularly email. She always answers. It will be interesting if she "takes" another email from me tonight. One of the unspoken rules is that she doesn't really want a conversation.

Still, I thought it was worth a share.

I am so blessed that I can share my muse with those who appreciate it here on Caturday. If I could not write or sing I think that I would go crazy. So, you know, thanks for reading. :) See, poetry isn't so icky is it?



I love your gift sweetie! I am so glad it is Friday because I read that other comment of yours as "I can share my mouse". Oh well, at least it is Friday(did I already say that?) 
 
2012-09-21 11:10:35 PM

sherpa18: warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news.....


Sigh... Well, at least you know for sure now, and it sounds like you've got a good care plan in place for him. Hopefully Dragon will be happy and comfy and his good old self for many days to come.

If only love alone could heal them. He'd for sure be in perfect health then. :(

Big hugs to you and sweetie pie Dragon boy. ♥♥♥

i870.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-21 11:16:28 PM

OlderGuy: tigerose: OlderGuy Thanks! I am so glad that you enjoyed it. I shared this with an author that I regularly email. She always answers. It will be interesting if she "takes" another email from me tonight. One of the unspoken rules is that she doesn't really want a conversation.

Still, I thought it was worth a share.

I am so blessed that I can share my muse with those who appreciate it here on Caturday. If I could not write or sing I think that I would go crazy. So, you know, thanks for reading. :) See, poetry isn't so icky is it?

Poetry shows an active mind and imagination.. the subject and language tell a great deal about the artist.. big time mood indicator also.. I got shot down at an early age on poetry.. had rhyming down pretty good, selection of words, not so much.. "through the lips and between the gums, look out stomach, here it comes" was not accepted as a proper Grace before dinner.. when you get 'that look' from both parents, you don't repeat the performance... also found out that being bored and having spinach (which I didn't like then) on the plate, ( clean plate rule in effect) and being a kid, can lead to novel ways to dispose of it.. like a big glob of it on the end of a fork and a moderate blow to the tines.. it did stick.. promptly referred to as 'spinach bugs'.. parents were out, older sister was 'babysitting'.. actually on the phone with her boyfriend.. younger brother and sister joined in.. plates were clean, incident was forgotten for the moment.. Dad discovered them the next morning... unhappy times.. also found out that the coloring in spinach soaks into plaster.. Family joke now, wasn't then...



Ha! When I was 7 or 8 I tried getting rid of nasty over-cooked brussel sprouts by easing them out the window past the screen. Got discovered when a couple didn't fall through the bushes to the ground and were just sitting on top of the bush. After that, I would just swallow a piece of one whole and wash it down with a slug of milk!
 
2012-09-21 11:17:14 PM
i.chzbgr.com
 
2012-09-21 11:18:50 PM

syzygy whizz: akimbotoo: gremlin1: [i877.photobucket.com image 500x374]


Ughhh! I agree! I slogged through all four books because I have so many nieces and teenage patients who LOVED them. Bella reminds me so much of one of my nieces, it was pretty distracting.

What I don't understand is why Edward, who is over a century old and has lived through...OK, experienced an amazing amount of societal change STILL has so much teenage angst.



Oh come on! You KNOW that some guys just never grow up, right? ;D
 
2012-09-21 11:32:43 PM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]

warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blo ...



Hugs to you and dear Dragon! I know you will just take things as they come, but it is still so hard to face the other end of such a loving relationship.
 
2012-09-21 11:33:51 PM

akimbotoo: You KNOW that some guys just never grow up, right? ;D


Yeah. Perfect description of a former roommate. My son was more mature at 16 than roommate will be his entire life. Former roommate is firmly tied to momma's apron strings too.
 
2012-09-21 11:35:35 PM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]

warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blo ...


Glad to hear Dragon is hanging in there and stable. Heating up the food a little usually makes it smell more tempting to cats. Or mix a little of his favorite dry food in with it.
What brand are you feeding him? Usually vets sell very overpriced Hill's k/d, but Royal Canin makes a kidney diet too. Try a can of it and see if he likes it.
 
2012-09-21 11:38:08 PM
Still a few more hours to bid on the sign and Fark book combo. Auction is for Little Mews.

Link
 
2012-09-22 12:07:10 AM
 
2012-09-22 12:11:10 AM
Bathia_Mapes
not long... not long at all...
 
2012-09-22 12:14:20 AM

Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)


"Cats love it"? Yeah, I can tell just how much the cat in the ad loves it.
 
2012-09-22 12:18:19 AM

Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)


I wouldn't have it out of the box before my arse was history.

"Cats love it"? No, not according to the look on that cat's face.
That was a "for this, you shall die a slow, painful death" look if I ever saw one.
 
2012-09-22 12:20:06 AM

Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)


I think I would survive with no problem. This pretty much sums up what would be going on around here.

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