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  •  Don't be; we're fine on that front (1+ / 0-)
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    In fact, we have a great piece of land with even better water (I used to make dialysate out of it) and the house isn't subject to black mold or anything like it. As Driver B writes, it's a breed problem, not our house. And of the three other members of Raven's immediate family that died of cancer before her, two didn't ever live here. Bonehead died of an autoimmune disease that one expert in the field told me was likely to have been brought on by a  reaction to a specific flea product.

    Bitty's from a different breed and is 11 1/2. The only thing up with her, besides slowing down a bit in old age (as do most of us) is that she always regurgitates a little water every time she drinks, but usually keeps it all down. It's a bit like doggy acid reflux. She's been doing it for a year, and nobody knows why, and it doesn't seem to bother her, and it has not gotten any worse. We've also had kitties live to old age here (Shadow died at 16). We've lost more to coyotes than anything else.

    It's not toxins, it's Flatcoats.

    Organ donors save lives! A donor's kidney gave me my life back on 02/18/11; he lives on in me. Please talk with your family about your wish to donate.

    Why are war casualty counts "American troops" and "others" but never "human beings"?

    by Kitsap River on Wed Nov 21, 2012 at 08:06:27 AM PST

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