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And a fact to top B67's:

Monitoring weight in a cat....one thing you can do is lightly knead or run that furry flap through your fingers. It should feel like a skin fold or a jelly-like half-full water balloon, and should sway back and forth when the cat walks. It shouldn't be firm and relatively immovable--that would mean your cat is overweight.

So there, B67!!
Fantastic! Now we are going to have a fat cat contest?

I have a fat cat!

I'm in!

What's the anty?

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Fantastic! Now we are going to have a fat cat contest?

I have a fat cat!

I'm in!

What's the anty?

What's the Prize, think positive SP.
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What's the Prize, think positive SP.
Do I have to?

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I have never had a fat animal.

A fat me, yes, but not a fat pet.

Much easier to just limit how much an animal gets to eat than to keep myself under control. I can open the refrigerator all on my own.

But so long as HDD and I get our 2-4 mile brisk hike in every day (or every other day, with agility practice on the off days), I figure I'm doing OK.


And a tale to tell on myself....for the last month or so, for some reason, I'd been thinking that I would turn 63 on my next birthday. When that birthday went by a few days ago, I looked at the age DT displayed on my profile (it wasn't 63) and figured it just hadn't been updated yet. So I actually did the math, and guess what--I AM only 62 now, just like DT says!!!

That's a positive thing!

It's not everyone who can grow a year younger on their birthday.

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LMAO!

Back to the fat cat subject? Screamer was a fat cat when I pulled her out from under a house at 6 weeks old. I am assuming it's just genetics.
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We had quite a few overweight kitties, until we went to meal feeding instead of free feeding, and feed wet food exclusively. Our current three are all at a perfect weight - they actually have a waist, and look fantastic. It's a change, that's for sure. We never had OBESE cats...most were reasonable, a few were definitely plump, but the difference between prior cats and our current three is definitely clear. It makes sense to me, of course - controlled portions, and for my cats wet food works better.
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I've had a few pudgy cats but never a truly obese one. One of the California cats was best described as "almond shaped" for most of her life.

Leon--the rescue cat who turned out to be allergic to food (try that for a genetic defect) and who had to eat meals and could not be free fed because he eventually ended up on a prescription (fully hydrolyzed kibble) diet which is expensive enough that I didn't care to feed it to all the feline residents.

And working in the vet clinic and seeing the amazing number of very overweight kitties that came in led me to monitoring weight and condition--so now although Clark (who is a huge cat--in size only not in weight) would like to be a fat cat he stays at around 15 to 16 pounds (his choice would be 20 + pounds and wouldn't be able t pick him up).

And if anyone has a fat cat that they are trying to "shape" up--feed wet food only--no kibble. MeadowCat already knew that trick but it really works. A couple of our client cats who got put on meal/wet diets who were actually diabetic improved so much after loosing several pounds that they no longer needed o be o insulin.

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Do you think I'm doing something wrong? The bushes in my yard keep on losing their leaves.





You'd almost think he was prego if he didn't have them things sticking up out of his head.

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If you want to talk almond shaped, you'd have to go with a pet rat. And I can't find the picture I was looking for.

But I found this instead:

Single-minded unrelenting persistence is every rat's middle name.

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Do you think I'm doing something wrong? The bushes in my yard keep on losing their leaves.


I am thinking you are doing ok its just a Lycophyte
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I am thinking you are doing ok its just a Lycophyte


Yay! You stumped me. I had heard the word (probably had to learn it for a test at some point), but I had to go look it up this time.

Congratulations!!!!

I guess I'll have to pass the title on to you.
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Yay! You stumped me. I had heard the word (probably had to learn it for a test at some point), but I had to go look it up this time.

Congratulations!!!!

I guess I'll have to pass the title on to you.
Ha - I had to look up pedantry to just make sure I knew what it was as well

I wasn't sure if it was a good thing or a bad thing
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Apparently that is a matter of opinion.
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Well if i said it looked like a Tassel Fern you could have confused it with Polystichum polyblepharum and i would not have made sense!
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Whew! I had to catch up to several days of the chicken thread again, lots going on!

Mocha and I did our early morning hike again today; somewhere behind us on the trails there was a dog going off about something, barking like mad...and I just love Mocha's expression in this pic, like she couldn't believe someone would be that rude to make that kind of noise when we were trying to get a nice quiet early morning hike in LOL

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Well if i said it looked like a Tassel Fern you could have confused it with Polystichum polyblepharum and i would not have made sense!
LOLOL

Perhaps it's a Staghorn Clubmoss????? I'm thinking maybe a Lycopodiella cernu. Or maybe just an ordinary Staghorn Fern and you're way off in the wrong phylum.

Just throwing out ideas off the top of my head.


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Or perhaps it's a Staghorn Clubmoss????? I'm thinking maybe a Lycopodiella cernu.

Or maybe just an ordinary Staghorn Fern and you're way off in the wrong phylum
Now... That's pedantic! Yeah I know. Takes one to know one. LOL

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Now... That's pedantic! Yeah I know. Takes one to know one. LOL

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I was thinking cernuum.



Platyceriums are staghorns , Microsorums are elkhorns. Polypodiums are bears paw and it goes on and on.
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Whew! I had to catch up to several days of the chicken thread again, lots going on!

Mocha and I did our early morning hike again today; somewhere behind us on the trails there was a dog going off about something, barking like mad...and I just love Mocha's expression in this pic, like she couldn't believe someone would be that rude to make that kind of noise when we were trying to get a nice quiet early morning hike in LOL

I always wonder if they can tell exactly what the other dog is saying.

Remember the Twilight Bark in 101 Dalmatians? Always one of my favorite parts.



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Whew! I had to catch up to several days of the chicken thread again, lots going on!

Mocha and I did our early morning hike again today; somewhere behind us on the trails there was a dog going off about something, barking like mad...and I just love Mocha's expression in this pic, like she couldn't believe someone would be that rude to make that kind of noise when we were trying to get a nice quiet early morning hike in LOL

That's why you got to keep up every day or just jump in when you get back!

I know.

It's a madhouse around here.

No wonder Sam ran away! But Thanks for sticking with us, Franky!

Coco seems to be hanging in there.
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LDi has an email from Beau...(Word Document)
- RubyRed Recap- Let the Games begin !!
You know Beau... I could have put up the '99 step side against RR. I would call her "Red Baby"

I was driving it this morning and a guy had a VW Westphalia van '87 in perfect condition. He asked how old my red baby was. I told him 21 yo in Feb.

He was very surprised.

So Red Baby:

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Quick and rugged.

Only a couple of thousand made.

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I was thinking cernuum.



Platyceriums are staghorns , Microsorums are elkhorns. Polypodiums are bears paw and it goes on and on.
Bear Paws? Or did you mean Bear Claws???



Now you've really got me confused. And hungry.

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I always wonder if they can tell exactly what the other dog is saying.

Remember the Twilight Bark in 101 Dalmatians? Always one of my favorite parts.



With a cat added for DB and MC:
Crap Ma!

Now I have to go buy that movie?

I vaguely remember 101 Dalmations. I think I watched it on our fancy, new, color TV on one of the The Wonderful World of Disney weekly shows. (I was the remote)

I do believe they talk like that.

Why not? I hear coyotes in one direction from me and then others, in the other direction. Eventually, I can hear they all got together in the middle.
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