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Discussion in 'Cats - all breeds / types' started by Mary_NH, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Mary_NH

    Mary_NH New Member

    haven't had a foster since D'Arcy (formerly Billy) went home to Montreal 3 weeks ago. He is doing great BTW although was diagnosed with extreme peridontal disease (most likely genetic due to poor breeding since he's only 11 months old). And Chess...the adopter has stopped wiping his gums with gauze, gone back to his old diet, continued with the lysine paste and D'Arcy is doing well. No more runny stools, he's very playful.
    Anyhow---I get bored easily and I am addicted to knitting. When I have a foster added to my pets I'm usually fairly busy and only do easy knitting projects.
    So no fosters to take up my extra time I decided to take on my toughest project to date...had the pattern and yarn for years.
    Finally it is finished.
    I need fosters...I'm already knitting for Christmas
  2. halaroo

    halaroo New Member

    wow! That's amazing work! A gift for yourself or for someone else?
  3. Chessmind

    Chessmind New Member

    Beautiful work, Mary_NH. My cats would love to knead on those! Hey, maybe that's what you could give Zeus for his birthday? :wink:

    Glad D'arcy is doing better. Is the L-Lysine actually helping? If so, I am very surprised.
  4. Mary_NH

    Mary_NH New Member

    the lysine is basically only to give his immune system a boost. Since he's probably had this untreated condition since birth his vet feels he probably needs some help to stave off any potential infections which might develop. It's probably not doing much to help his peridontal disease, but the hope is it'll put off any kidney issues that could develop early.
  5. sunset05

    sunset05 New Member

    Beautiful work, Mary.
  6. vene

    vene New Member

    Beautiful sweater! *drools* :eek:
  7. Bente

    Bente New Member

    What a beautiful sweater! You are very talented :D
  8. bellack1

    bellack1 New Member

    I took a knitting class last yr and I'm amazed. It takes so much practice I already forgot! Thats awesome though :eek: Good job :y_the_best:
  9. tuttifrutti

    tuttifrutti New Member

    wow. that is amazing. i've always wanted to knit...and never made it past crocheting.

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