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Cat Chatter / Re: What The Cat(s) Did Today...
« Last post by ThreeStep on August 13, 2018, 09:26:21 AM »
Neighbor called Thursday, asked if we will be home over the week end as they are going out of town. Yes! She was at the door with Jax. Dirty Jax to boot. The aunties ignore him while Izzi finds him fascinating.
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by Middle Child on August 13, 2018, 06:37:31 AM »
I think it's a male thing. They just want to cut down anything. And they won't be told what to do.

This guy, uses the yard care as an excuse to stay out of the house, in my opinion.  He was at it all day yesterday, both over here and at his own (across the road).  Every time I thought he was done I would wait a while, then finally open up the house again and let the cats out on the porch, and within minutes he would start again.

At 5:30 pm I was at my wits end.  He had come over with a weed whacker and was doing a bit of grass around some trees, right under my living room window with the noise and stench. Grass that was barely 3 inches high.  As I reached to close the window again I was shrieking (to ease my own stress feelings) and as I was saying very loudly stop it just stop it! the weed whacker turned off, just as I was shouting it again.  So he must have heard me.  And..miracles of all miracles, he did..  Instead he went back to his and started running all his power equipment in the garage, for what reason I do not know.

To asphyxiate his family and me, perhaps.
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by ThreeStep on August 13, 2018, 06:28:54 AM »
Unpleasant fellow!
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by Middle Child on August 12, 2018, 08:28:15 PM »
That's been done. It makes no difference.  He also mows down any wildflowers, including my daisy patch, unless I barricade them in a way that would take him more than a few minutes to get off the mower and move it.
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by ThreeStep on August 12, 2018, 05:48:50 PM »
Cutting spinach. Can you ask him to be more considerate or clean up?
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by Middle Child on August 12, 2018, 12:11:19 PM »
I'm glad you asked.  Silly7

Because, from a personal point of view, since he cannot mow without making a mess on my flagstone walkway, when the grass is wet and the sidewalk is wet, it is much more difficult for me to clean up. Much of it simply sticks to the flagstones and will not come up with a broom at all.
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General Discussion / Re: It seems obvious
« Last post by ThreeStep on August 12, 2018, 11:16:51 AM »
Now, why would you say that?
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General Discussion / It seems obvious
« Last post by Middle Child on August 12, 2018, 10:58:44 AM »
If you have to wear a raincoat to mow the lawn, it's too wet to mow.  Doh1
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Raw Feeding / Re: Jennie developing an intolerance to beef?
« Last post by Middle Child on August 12, 2018, 07:21:52 AM »
Last night I was so disappointed when Jennie, after having a pee, had another poop. A small single stool, very very bloody on the outside of it. After a few minute of thought I realized that, this must be the blood that she was passing in little blobs of poop before, so it accumulated? Maybe that's right, anyway.

Since all this started, Jennie always passes a stool after peeing. So she seems reluctant to pee very often which of course troubles me as well. (Her urine culture was fine for everything) So that one time she went 24 hours without pooping, it's important to note she also went 24 hours without peeing.

Now some good news.  This morning she peed again...and had NO POOP after!

10 more doses of antibiotic to go.
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Raw Feeding / Re: Jennie developing an intolerance to beef?
« Last post by Pookie on August 11, 2018, 05:08:12 PM »
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