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Thread: Hanging on in there .....
4th May 2012 #21
I do apologise. I thought it was just a bit of light humor. You let me know what's acceptable and I'll do my best.
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4th May 2012 #24
- Join Date
- Jul 2004
- Flying through your bedroom window at night time
My cat had her vaccination last night and now her front near side paw is badly swolen - whats the cause. There is plenty of tread on her pads on the paw.
She can walk ok but limps slightly - but as shes 17 yrs old has done that for a while anyway. Has meds for stiff joints as well every other day. It doesnt seem to hurt her/bother her.
The other cat has been diognised as the same condition as his DAD - A FAT BUGGER as is now on a diet as well.NOT logging in every and each visit now.Going to have to BITE someone soon.Amicabili Lamia
4th May 2012 #25
You too Vlad? Our oldest retriever reached the unwise weight of 47 kilos, mostly due to Mrs Mike's generosity with sweet biscuits.
Pulling myself up to an impressive five feet eight inches and puffing out my chest I confronted her and laid down the law, which she took in surprisingly good spirit, and now the diet is in full swing. The old fella has lost six kilos since Christmas and looks like a new dog. Even my lady agrees it was a good move and she has forgiven me for having an opinion.
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4th May 2012 #27
How about just getting a cheaper cat? Apologies to those who have difficulty considering all the options . . .
4th May 2012 #28It's not your destination that counts, it is the glory of the ride. (apologies to Edward Monkton)
4th May 2012 #29It's not your destination that counts, it is the glory of the ride. (apologies to Edward Monkton)
4th May 2012 #30
Ta CB, ill stick with the local vets they do offer a good service, a monthes worth is £30 and yes they do give a free check up every other month, so I dont think its a bad deal, and they tell me Squeak is there favourite cat, so easy to look at