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Re: Re: Cal

  • To: gardenchat@hort.net
  • Subject: Re: Re: Cal
  • From: "Pam Evans" <gardenqueen@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 20:39:20 -0500
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Zem - I am so terribly sorry about Cal.  That breaks my heart for both of
you.  Prayers coming and holler if I can do anything!

On 3/21/08, Melody <mhobertm@excite.com> wrote:
> Zem:  I am so sorry to hear about Cal...my prayers are with you both
> tonight.
> Blessings in Christ's mercy,
> Melody
> Work for the Lord:  the pay isn't much but the retirement is out of this
> world!
> --- On Fri 03/21, Zemuly Sanders < zemuly@comcast.net > wrote:
> From: Zemuly Sanders [mailto: zemuly@comcast.net]
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 19:40:09 -0500
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] what kind of   >tummy
> I came home tonight to realize Calhoun is dying. He is so weak he cannot
> <br>get up from his bed. I do not believe he will last the night. I have
> known <br>for a few days that he was going down quickly. I think it's a
> result of the <br>FIV. James was the same -- sudden dramatic weight loss
> and lethargy. Cal <br>only lost his appetite this week. He responded to
> me when I came home this <br>afternoon and "held" my finger while I
> rubbed him.. This cat's death is <br>extremely sad for me because he has
> been such a faithful friend -- even when <br>he moved around the corner.
> I'm so glad I brought him inside before the <br>coyotes got
> him.<br>zem<br>zone 7<br>West TN<br>----- Original Message -----
> <br>From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net><br>To:
> <gardenchat@hort.net><br>Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 10:20
> PM<br>Subject: Re: [CHAT] what kind of >tummy<br><br><br>> this is the
> first yr my Jack has a had a furry tummy since I can remember. <br>> But
> he's pretty sick and has
> lost a lot of weight, probably doesn't have <br>> the energy to lick it
> off.<br>><br>> Kitty<br>> neIN, Zone 5<br>> ----- Original Message -----
> <br>> From: "Theresa G." <macycat3@sbcglobal.net><br>> To:
> <gardenchat@hort.net><br>> Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 10:29 PM<br>>
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] what kind of >tummy<br>><br>><br>>> OK- so I've been
> giving my cat CapStar daily and Advantage monthly- and <br>>> guess
> what!!! My cat has stopped licking his belly! The cat dermatologist
> <br>>> thought he had a flea allergy (even though he is an indoor only
> cat). <br>>> Turns out she might be right after all!<br>>>
> Theresa<br>>><br>>> Jesse Bell wrote:<br>>>> MY CAT DOES THAT TOO. She
> licks the hair off the back of her front legs.<br>>>> Looks like
> somebody shaved her. I took her to the vet. No mites, no<br>>>>
> allergies, no fleas....just anxiety. So they gave her a "kitty
> downer".<br>>>> That lasted about 3 days, and she was right back to
> doing it. She has<br>>>> "issues" and just
> gets her knickers all twisted up cause my 3 indoor<br>>>> dogs like to
> chase her. They would never hurt her...they just like to<br>>>> psych
> her out and make her run - because "they can..ha, ha, ha". So, I<br>>>>
> have created a room that she can get to, and the dogs can't...that
> way<br>>>> she can get away from them while I'm at work. It seems to
> help her some.<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>> Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> wrote:<br>>>> Theresa,<br>>>> Odd that you should mention this. Just
> this morning I noticed that Jack <br>>>> is sporting a lush, thick,
> tummy full of fur after years of nakedness. I <br>>>> tried everything
> including Valerian and Bitter Apple with little luck. <br>>>> My vet
> said it's just an anxiety sort of thing. Something was bothering <br>>>>
> him. He's older and calmer now.<br>>>><br>>>> It's not something really
> to worry about other than the increased fur he <br>>>> ingests creating
> hairballs. It's not like he has to be concerned about <br>>>> life in
> the frozen
> Tundra.<br>>>><br>>>> Kitty<br>>>> neIN, Zone 5<br>>>> ----- Original
> Message ----- <br>>>> From: "Theresa G." To: Sent: Tuesday, February 12,
> 2008 11:36 PM<br>>>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] what kind of
> mulch???<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>><br>>>>> Well- I can't afford more than 3
> inches, and I haven't mulched anything <br>>>>> in years- so i think I'm
> safe on both accounts. Didn't get to go look <br>>>>> at any mulch
> today- instead took the darn cat back to the vet. He's <br>>>>> licked
> the fur off his belly AGAIN!<br>>>>><br>>>>> Theresa<br>>>>><br>>>>>
> Kitty wrote:<br>>>>><br>>>>>>> doesn't cedar mulch do the same
> thing?<br>>>>>>><br>>>>>> Eventually. But cedar, redwood, cypress, these
> are all woods that are <br>>>>>> used for furniture, fencing, etc
> because they don't degrade quickly. <br>>>>>> Which is nice when you are
> building something, but not of any real <br>>>>>> benefit to your soil.
> People use these mulches for the very reason <br>>>>>> that they don't
> decompose, thinking they
> won't have to replenish it <br>>>>>> every year. Then they go ahead and
> add more every year anyway to <br>>>>>> "freshen" the color that has
> gone drab. Before you know it they've got <br>>>>>> a foot of mulch and
> they're killing their plants.<br>>>>>><br>>>>>> These aren't 'bad'
> mulches, they just don't provide one of the main <br>>>>>> benefits I
> look for in a mulch. If you use them, just try not to go <br>>>>>>
> thicker than 3 inches. Oh, one other thing, some of these will matt
> <br>>>>>> and actually form a moisture barrier. The rain hits and runs
> off <br>>>>>> rather than through the mulch. If this occurs, be sure to
> rough it up <br>>>>>> periodically.<br>>>>>><br>>>>>> Kitty<br>>>>>>
> neIN, Zone 5<br>>>>>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Theresa G."
> To: Sent: Monday, <br>>>>>> February 11, 2008 11:12 PM<br>>>>>> Subject:
> Re: [CHAT] what kind of mulch???<br>>>>>><br>>>>>><br>>>>>><br>>>>>>>
> doesn't cedar mulch do the same thing?<br>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>
> Theresa<br>>>>>>><br>>>>>>> Kitty wrote:<br>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>> bark
> breaks down and replenishes the soil. humus is important.<br>>>>>>>>
> Kitty<br>>>>>>>> neIN, Zone 5<br>>>>>>>> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Theresa G."<br>>>>>>>> To: Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 8:57
> PM<br>>>>>>>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] what kind of
> mulch???<br>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the
> offer, but don't think I need any extra #!@% right <br>>>>>>>>> now.
> There is shredded cedar mulch. I'm going to go by and give it
> <br>>>>>>>>> a look tomorrow afterwork. Added bonus, it is cheaper than
> the bark <br>>>>>>>>> nugget stuff. Now to try and guess how much I
> need...<br>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>> Theresa<br>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>> Johnson
> Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT wrote:<br>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> I've had really
> good luck with shredded bark, we buy it at the<br>>>>>>>>>> landscaping
> place by the cubic yard. It spreads easy, does a good <br>>>>>>>>>> job
> of<br>>>>>>>>>> holding water in the
> soil and looks nice for about 3 years. When <br>>>>>>>>>> we
> get<br>>>>>>>>>> it I spread it about 4" to 6" thick. I have heard that
> you get <br>>>>>>>>>> problems<br>>>>>>>>>> due to lack of nitrogen as
> it breaks down but I have not noticed <br>>>>>>>>>> that in<br>>>>>>>>>>
> my garden. If you have a lot of small plants you have to be
> <br>>>>>>>>>> careful not<br>>>>>>>>>> to smother them while you're
> spreading it.<br>>>>>>>>>> Spoiled hay with sheep manure is really good
> for your soil, but <br>>>>>>>>>> looks<br>>>>>>>>>> like, ummm, what it
> is and besides you might have problems finding <br>>>>>>>>>> it
> in<br>>>>>>>>>> your neighborhood. But I'd be glad to donate if you want
> to pick <br>>>>>>>>>> up.<br>>>>>>>>>> Free horse manure too, all you
> want. Give me a couple weeks notice <br>>>>>>>>>> and<br>>>>>>>>>> I'll
> throw in 50 pounds of chicken poo.<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>>
> Cyndi<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> -----Original
> Message-----<br>>>>>>>>>> From:
> owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]
> <br>>>>>>>>>> On<br>>>>>>>>>> Behalf Of Theresa G.<br>>>>>>>>>> Sent:
> Monday, February 11, 2008 3:53 PM<br>>>>>>>>>> To:
> gardenchat@hort.net<br>>>>>>>>>> Subject: [CHAT] what kind of
> mulch???<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> Spring is here! If they'd had tomato
> plants at Capital Nursery, I <br>>>>>>>>>>
> would<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> have bought them today :
> )<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> Anyway- I want to mulch my gardens well this
> year (trying to save <br>>>>>>>>>> money<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>> on
> the water bill!)- so looking for advice. What kind of much is
> <br>>>>>>>>>> best<br>>>>>>>>>> for water conservation, good for the
> soil, won't breakdown in only <br>>>>>>>>>> one<br>>>>>>>>>> season,
> etc.??? Shredded, nuggets, bark, cedar, redwood????? <br>>>>>>>>>>
> Anybody<br>>>>>>>>>> know anything about this?<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>>
> Theresa<br>>>>>>>>>><br>>>>>>>>>>
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