02-18-2006, 01:22 PM #1781
Remember, too, that I posted about that MIRACULOUS DENTAL SPRAY up thread: http://www.lebalab.com
Originally Posted by Maveno
I'll be using that spray for THE POMERANIANS' teeth, and it's been in use up in Canada -- safely -- for more than a decade, so I know I can trust the stuff.
02-18-2006, 03:39 PM #1782
would rather be cruising!
Pom, that looks great. Abbie's teeth have some plaque on them.
I'm heartbroken about the Whippet that escaped his crate after Westminster
02-18-2006, 08:11 PM #1783
I've fallen in love. And not with my sweetie.
The local cat fancier's club was at the mall today promoting their upcoming show at the conference centre. They had a variety of beautiful kitties. A HUGE Maine Coon, a beautiful white rex, an oriental shorthair, a Russian Blue. But my heart has gone to the silver and golden SIBERIANS. Awwww. Heavy sigh. I got to hold them. Snoozy, gorgeous, purring bundles of love .
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02-18-2006, 08:32 PM #1784
my cat is uses his grappling hooks on me whenever he starts to fall from my lap. and it hurts!
02-18-2006, 10:05 PM #1785
My Mom just called me to tell me that one of two 16 year old calico cat sisters that my brother & SIL have had since kittens became very ill today (throwing up dark brown whatever) and was taken to the vet, needed to be put to rest. needless to say we are all upset and grieving. So to all of my FORT friends- PLEASE hug your dog, cat, ferret, bird or whatever critter God has placed in your care, because time is too short on this earth.
02-18-2006, 11:42 PM #1786
I'm sorry to hear that gabriel. your're right, our time with our pets is precious as I know from just last month with my special min schnauzer that's gone on ahead of me. To you and yours, all the forters, and our pets...
02-19-2006, 03:11 AM #1787
02-19-2006, 04:39 AM #1788
In My Nest
Rosie - I cannot imagine what it must be like to have a calm JRT..... Our Simon is 12 and last week I caught him standing in the middle of our dining room table. I've had him since he was a puppy so I'm used to his antics but it sure would be nice if he calmed down a bit. I laughed at your posts about your dogs chasing each other because Simon and our Dachshund mix, Henry, do the exact same thing. We call it "Sissy-Fighting" because they stand up on their back legs and bat at each other with their front paws - hilarious.
Has anyone watched "The Dog Whisperer"?
Gabriel - after I read your post I gave Henry an extra hug and I would have done the same for Simon if I could catch him...... Condolences to you and your brother and SIL on the loss of that sweet cat.
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02-19-2006, 07:08 AM #1789
Thank You for your words of kindness. Unfortunately my guess is that Jingles won't be too far behind Holly, I've seen it happen all too often with not only our critters but humans as well.
02-19-2006, 07:24 AM #1790
You're right, gabriel. Sometimes two souls become so intertwined that when one goes, it tugs the other to follow. 16 years is a long life for a cat. I would wish a swift, painless end to any person or creature over a long, painful illness. That doesn't make it any easier for those of us who love them and are left behind. A warm ether hug to you, gabriel.
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