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Old 21st June 2022, 06:29   #165611
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Morning all, Sunshine & clear skies here, Looking like another hot day on the cards. Up early as one of our cats isn't good, We've booked an appointment with the vets after I've been to see the urologist this morning.
Morning Ian and all.

Sunny here but temp hasn't hit double figures yet.

Hope your urologist visit goes well and that puddy tat gets sorted at the vets.
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Morning. Ging is dayshift so up at 5am Rain overnight and still spitting a bit this morning.
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We've booked an appointment with the vets after I've been to see the urologist this morning.
Don't get the appointments mixed up or you might end up being neutered
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Old 21st June 2022, 07:41   #165613
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Good morning everyone.

Nice sunny start to the day.

Defrosting the freezer this morning.
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Morning all, lovely and sunny on the south coast this morning.

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Ging was nipping my head yesterday, her garden fertiliser sprayer was leaking. Probably the "O" ring on the hose connector so got a tiny screwdriver and started to prise the "O" ring off, screwdriver slipped and speared my finger Need to keep an eye on it, getting bl00dy sore and a bit swollen.
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Lovely day here today. Had a call from daughter yesterday as her hubby had changed the oil in her Volvo V40 and the car had "told" her that it needed another 1/2 litre of oil. Hubby was away on business but messaged to see if we could check for a leak. No leaks, so duly topped up with "instructed" 1/2 a litre. Checked electronically (no dipstick) and still saying it was low by 1/2 a litre!!! It seems that the car has to travel 30 km to "learn" the new level, so now it may be overfilled. Not good on a car that can "diesel" and run itself to death if overfilled! What was wrong with a dipstick? All well and good to fit a fancy level sensor but why get rid of the actual dipstick? She has borrowed hubbies car from the works car park and he may have to start all over, drain and refill to correct level (after he has checked the engine numbers as it seems that there are two different oil capacities for the D4 engine of 5.2 or 5.9 litres depending on year of manufacture!) GRRRRRRRRRRR !
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Old 21st June 2022, 15:43   #165617
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Morning Ian and all.

Sunny here but temp hasn't hit double figures yet.

Hope your urologist visit goes well and that puddy tat gets sorted at the vets.

Not good news but not the worst news, I had another prostate examination & the consultant said the same thing as my doctor, It's very hard & abnormal, I couldn't manage a urine sample to save my life . The PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood tests results were 6.7 whereas they should be 3.0 so they're booking me in for a biopsy & a MRI scan after that, He said I'll have to stop the apixaban blood thinners prior to the biopsy appointment.
They will replace the apixaban with another medication that I need to inject in my stomach myself, Gets better & better



Tansy puddy tat had a steroid injection & enema as she's not been eating or doing toilet for a few days.
She went straight to the litter tray as soon as she was home & seems a bit perkier









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Morning. Ging is dayshift so up at 5am Rain overnight and still spitting a bit this morning. Don't get the appointments mixed up or you might end up being neutered

LOL I think my prostate is in neutering territory.





Bleddy wood pigeons! After the last pigeon fell down the chimney which I managed to get out the other two cats were going nuts at the fireplace in the back bedroom, Sure enough more flapping of wings behind the drywall


I cut another hole in the drywall to reach up & grab the begger only for it to die as I put it on the table outside
But alas there's another bleddy one further up the chimney flapping to gt out but it's out of reach, I'll have to wait until it comes down to the hearth, The cats are going nuts to get at it
One down One to go, I'll have to get the chimney capped as I cant keep doing this.
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Get a few pigeons here but starting to have trouble with crows as well as the magpies. Old boy next door puts scraps out that attract everything with wings and they appear at the feeders here as well. The magpies deliberately collide with the feeders then go for the seeds that fall out, watched a crow lift one of the feeders off the hook and drop it on the ground I've had to cable tie the two lighter feeders to the hooks, makes them a pain to refill, the other feeders are heavy enough that the crow can't lift them.

Getting parent and junior woodpecker here frequently, several times a day. Quite comical, Junior is the same size as the parent, stands at the top of the feeder pole screeching while the parent is up and down to the feeders like a yoyo stuffing sunflower seeds in its gob
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Old 21st June 2022, 19:37   #165619
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That other wood pigeon is still flapping it's wings but still out of reach to grab it, I hope it's not going to keep me awake tonight.



Tansy puddy tat has perked up a bit more & been for a wander around in the garden, First time she's moved in over two days.

Ping meals for tea tonight, chicken korma & rice with a cold apple juice.
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Another lovely sunny start to the day here
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