Panther has a broken femer!

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YES!! I texted my client that I'm close to, that used to be a nurse, said that's a good option.
Very good!
As for the herbals, no endorsement on them from me -- just searched and this came up. Of course, ask 10 people and you'll probably get 10 opinions, none of them definitive, since each individual is, well, an individual. But the doctor's recommendation sounds excellent if it fits with what you want and need.
 

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Panther is a BRAT---said lovingly!!:redheartpump::redheartpump::redheartpump:

Geoffrey does the same thing. I think it is a MALE thing. I do not know how to get him out of it. It happens when he is kind of overstimulated and wants no more of me.....
I just do not let up.. I should, so it is my own fault. But I push his buttons, to see how much he will tolerate.. hoping to increase his tolerance~~. enough is enough, in HIS world
 

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Panther is a BRAT---said lovingly!!:redheartpump::redheartpump::redheartpump:

Geoffrey does the same thing. I think it is a MALE thing. I do not know how to get him out of it. It happens when he is kind of overstimulated and wants no more of me.....
I just do not let up.. I should, so it is my own fault. But I push his buttons, to see how much he will tolerate.. hoping to increase his tolerance~~. enough is enough, in HIS world
Yeah, it's like that. We can't stop. Which is absolutely THEIR fault. :crackup::insertevillaugh:
 
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Yep! Little stinkers!! He's such a rough & tough boy, like if it were possible (& it's not!) He should have another male to wrestle with, instead of my hand!
.....but then there's this, around 9:00-9:30 pm most nights. I mean.......๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•
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Yep! Little stinkers!! He's such a rough & tough boy, like if it were possible (& it's not!) He should have another male to wrestle with, instead of my hand!
.....but then there's this, around 9:00-9:30 pm most nights. I mean.......๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•
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I know, I know! And you just CAN'T resist! :heartshape::redheartpump::bigeyes::redheartpump::cloud9: Elvis can be a lummox and a bratboy and then, yeah...
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*I mean, could YOU resist?*
 
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Oh, & I got a call this week, & am scheduled to see the specialist on the 14th, so will go from there to see when the D&C will be scheduled. I will schedule it on a Friday of my hardest WK, so I'll have the long wknd, through Mon. To rest & recoope, before going bk to work on my easier week on that Tues. (& That will be the previous nurses house too). ๐Ÿ‘
I'm ready to be done with all of this! Between Jan. & This mo. I had it more days than I didn't!! Also getting about 2-3 hot flashes each night, on top of Panther waking me up around 5:30, crying & merring in the window above my bed! So I'm losing good sleep every early morning. My alarm doesn't go off until 7:10. On days off, I get up to feed them, then try to go back to bed. I'm off today, but have a couple of errands to run, & have to take Wolverine here for his nail trim!!
Of course, NOW he's sleeping!! ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿคจ
Well, I've got to make the bed so....
 
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What an angel! Does Honey come inside to see Panther? She must be lonely out there alone.
No, I just have been able to pet her for the first time about 2-3 wks ago. It took 2 yrs just to get to that. I'd also have to treat her w/ Advantage or Revolution first. There are a lot of reasons I can't. Not sure if you've read any of the thread, but I was not supposed to have pets, & if I did, was going to be a nonrefundable $200! Plus an extra $25/ mo. Which I could not afford. Especially now that my rent is going up in April another $25. On its own. (& I'm down 2 clients, which has put a serious void in my income right now).
So, I ended up getting a letter from my NP for an emotional support animal, so I wouldn't have to pay. Especially after his amputation.
Anyway, last mo. We had a couple of wknds that were very cold for us here in NC, got down to 20's at night. She has the house I bought them a cpl Christmas's ago outside, & it's made up w/ blankets & a pet heat pad I keep plugged in when cold. As well as a big square piece of styrophme on ea. side w/ a piece of cardboard in front of them, to help insulate the sides more. I also wrapped a tarp around it before it got cold, to help keep any drafts out from under the eves.
BUT, I did try to bring her in one wknd night, & she made it bk to my bathroom, & she freaked out! I was badly scratched, etc..
Not to mention, it stressed Panther out so much, that a few hrs later, after I let her bk out, (& he was in his room w/ door closed when all this happened, because I couldn't leave the door open for her w/ him inside.)
but a few hrs later, he threw up all of his dinner! He has never thrown up before!
It was to stressful for us all! She's one of those kitties that is just happier outside
She's really feral. More than I thought after that. But again, she just freaked out!
she'd have to be groomed & treated before coming in anywhere, & she'd have to be sedated. I just can't afford 2. I take the best care of her that I can. She also gets fed twice a day. I Also am afraid that Panther could be territorial if she came in, & he's so big & really strong, he could seriously hurt her. Even though I'm 98% sure she's his mom.
That's it in a kinda nutshell, but you can search bk in the thread a few pgs & see When that happened, as well as pictures of the house, & all of that.
 
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We've had some unusual warm days for this time of yr. It's been in the 60's, 70 a cpl days ago, & actually got to 80 yesterday!! So I put a towel out on the chair for Honey, because she was laying up on the hill in the dirt/ pine straw. So now she's been laying in the chair, most of the time. ๐Ÿ˜Š As soon as it cools off again, I'll take it up, so she'll go in her house, instead of lay there.
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