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Old 11-30-19, 07:19 AM
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It's looking like, for the third year in a row, we might have a holiday season pet casualty.

Jack, our oldest cat and the first pet that my wife and I got together, took a very sudden and unexpected turn. He was his displaying typical, occasional pickiness with food until he just stopped eating altogether a few days ago. About a month ago, we'd noticed that he'd gotten a little leaner his coat was a little more scraggly, but we chalked that up to his advancing age (~17). When he stopped showing up at meal time, we noticed a more dramatic drop in weight (he's never been much of a lap cat and only accepted affection on the occasions when he sought it out), Looking back, we think that he'd been eating less and less but that was masked by his chubby little sister, who'd been cleaning up his bowls after him. We took him to the vet the day before Thanksgiving and he's been on antibiotics and steroids since, but he hasn't turned a corner yet, and it's looking less likely that he will.

We're obviously upset about the prospect of losing him, but there's the kids, as well. The girl is still too young to wrap her head around it, but this is tough sledding for the boy. Lucy two years ago, Ivy last year and now Jack is ailing. Years ago, when the boy was a toddler and the animals were all in good health, I remember voicing this concern to my wife, that all of the animals were within two years of age with each other, and that they go quickly when they started to go. It's not something that I like being right about.
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Am I ready to LCF?

My brother wants me to sell him my ancient Honda Element and I am much conflicted. One one hand, I am putting < 5K/yr on it, the several hundred/yr we pay for insurance, maintenance, and registration would almost certainly cover alternative transportation, and I have my wife's car for the very rare off-hours work emergency. On the other hand, Ad hoc cabs take forever to show up, Uber can't come within half a mile of my workplace, and it sure is convenient to have a jalopy to go to places in when the wife is out.
None of my business but you asked. The minimal cost of ownership far outweighs the PIA of being short a car when you need it. Don't know about your brother's situation but if he needs some cheap transportation maybe help financially in some other way. You seem to be a man of means. Plus, you might need an organ donor some day.
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None of my business but you asked. The minimal cost of ownership far outweighs the PIA of being short a car when you need it. Don't know about your brother's situation but if he needs some cheap transportation maybe help financially in some other way. You seem to be a man of means. Plus, you might need an organ donor some day.
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Of course its your business! He wants the vehicle to replace the open-bed pickup he currently has for his business. You make some good points on the keep it side.
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It's looking like, for the third year in a row, we might have a holiday season pet casualty.

Jack, our oldest cat and the first pet that my wife and I got together, took a very sudden and unexpected turn. He was his displaying typical, occasional pickiness with food until he just stopped eating altogether a few days ago. About a month ago, we'd noticed that he'd gotten a little leaner his coat was a little more scraggly, but we chalked that up to his advancing age (~17). When he stopped showing up at meal time, we noticed a more dramatic drop in weight (he's never been much of a lap cat and only accepted affection on the occasions when he sought it out), Looking back, we think that he'd been eating less and less but that was masked by his chubby little sister, who'd been cleaning up his bowls after him. We took him to the vet the day before Thanksgiving and he's been on antibiotics and steroids since, but he hasn't turned a corner yet, and it's looking less likely that he will.

We're obviously upset about the prospect of losing him, but there's the kids, as well. The girl is still too young to wrap her head around it, but this is tough sledding for the boy. Lucy two years ago, Ivy last year and now Jack is ailing. Years ago, when the boy was a toddler and the animals were all in good health, I remember voicing this concern to my wife, that all of the animals were within two years of age with each other, and that they go quickly when they started to go. It's not something that I like being right about.
Ugh, sorry to hear this. Not only your cat but dealing with the kids reaction. Now is the time you earn your parenting stripes so to speak. My wish for you is have wisdom to make things play out with a good balance in a healthy emotional way.
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It's looking like, for the third year in a row, we might have a holiday season pet casualty.

Jack, our oldest cat and the first pet that my wife and I got together, took a very sudden and unexpected turn. He was his displaying typical, occasional pickiness with food until he just stopped eating altogether a few days ago. About a month ago, we'd noticed that he'd gotten a little leaner his coat was a little more scraggly, but we chalked that up to his advancing age (~17). When he stopped showing up at meal time, we noticed a more dramatic drop in weight (he's never been much of a lap cat and only accepted affection on the occasions when he sought it out), Looking back, we think that he'd been eating less and less but that was masked by his chubby little sister, who'd been cleaning up his bowls after him. We took him to the vet the day before Thanksgiving and he's been on antibiotics and steroids since, but he hasn't turned a corner yet, and it's looking less likely that he will.

We're obviously upset about the prospect of losing him, but there's the kids, as well. The girl is still too young to wrap her head around it, but this is tough sledding for the boy. Lucy two years ago, Ivy last year and now Jack is ailing. Years ago, when the boy was a toddler and the animals were all in good health, I remember voicing this concern to my wife, that all of the animals were within two years of age with each other, and that they go quickly when they started to go. It's not something that I like being right about.
I hope he turns around.
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Metoprolol is great for flutter but man it will make you performance on the bike suck.
It started working in less than 1 hr. Also have "marked inferior repolarization disturbance" and "large negative T in a VF with negative T in II and III" (which, I believe, refers to two lines on the readout). Don't think I will be riding in the foreseeable future.
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It started working in less than 1 hr. Also have "marked inferior repolarization disturbance" and "large negative T in a VF with negative T in II and III" (which, I believe, refers to two lines on the readout). Don't think I will be riding in the foreseeable future.
Good luck with your recovery. Do you think you will be back riding by spring? Don't you have a big tour planned for next year?
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Somebody please post good news. I am getting bummed out.
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It started working in less than 1 hr. Also have "marked inferior repolarization disturbance" and "large negative T in a VF with negative T in II and III" (which, I believe, refers to two lines on the readout). Don't think I will be riding in the foreseeable future.
If you want to send me a picture of your EKG I can give you a better answer but in any case see what cards says. Flutter is not a life threatening heart problem, but it can be an annoyance. Let me know if you want an opinion.
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@datlas, safe travels. @WhyFi, I hope he turns around.
@everyoneElse, a nice pleasant Saturday. Increasing workload, kids changing weekend schedule has me confined in the garage for some time. Zwift makes indoor rides bearable, warts and all. Im not at a point a structured workout would benefit more, so Im just riding along whatever the first route pops up.
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Somebody please post good news. I am getting bummed out.
We had a great time in Spain!
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We had a great time in Spain!
kudos. Did the rain fall mainly on the plain?
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Good luck with your recovery. Do you think you will be back riding by spring? Don't you have a big tour planned for next year?
This is all new. It started acting up on Monday and got worse during the week. I just happened to have a clotting level check scheduled for yesterday. Told my nurse what was going on and she got me to see someone in 20 min. He consulted with a cardiologist in another location. Also funny is that my cardio appointment on Monday pre-dated this incident. I am supposed to have an echo every year but haven't been keeping up with that.
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If you want to send me a picture of your EKG I can give you a better answer but in any case see what cards says. Flutter is not a life threatening heart problem, but it can be an annoyance. Let me know if you want an opinion.
I can scan it, but you'll have to PM me an email address as you cannot send attachments with PMs. My biggest concern is that an irregular heart beat is the first symptom I had leading to the valve replacement. I have had this thing since 1990. That's a while. I will surely have an echo on Monday.
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Two of our four Thanksgiving desserts. Just a fond farewell to everyone's favorite glutfest. That lemon cake is so good, it is hard to believe.
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It's looking like, for the third year in a row, we might have a holiday season pet casualty.

Jack, our oldest cat and the first pet that my wife and I got together, took a very sudden and unexpected turn. He was his displaying typical, occasional pickiness with food until he just stopped eating altogether a few days ago. About a month ago, we'd noticed that he'd gotten a little leaner his coat was a little more scraggly, but we chalked that up to his advancing age (~17). When he stopped showing up at meal time, we noticed a more dramatic drop in weight (he's never been much of a lap cat and only accepted affection on the occasions when he sought it out), Looking back, we think that he'd been eating less and less but that was masked by his chubby little sister, who'd been cleaning up his bowls after him. We took him to the vet the day before Thanksgiving and he's been on antibiotics and steroids since, but he hasn't turned a corner yet, and it's looking less likely that he will.

We're obviously upset about the prospect of losing him, but there's the kids, as well. The girl is still too young to wrap her head around it, but this is tough sledding for the boy. Lucy two years ago, Ivy last year and now Jack is ailing. Years ago, when the boy was a toddler and the animals were all in good health, I remember voicing this concern to my wife, that all of the animals were within two years of age with each other, and that they go quickly when they started to go. It's not something that I like being right about.
Aargh! So sorry to hear it. But your thoughtful approach is likely to pull the family through it.
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kudos. Did the rain fall mainly on the plain?
Prolly. We saw zero rain while we were there.
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Two of our four Thanksgiving desserts. Just a fond farewell to everyone's favorite glutfest. That lemon cake is so good, it is hard to believe.
Ill take a big slice of the first one!
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Somebody please post good news. I am getting bummed out.
I'm having panettone and coffee for breakfast!
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Gatwick has a large waiting area that is similar to a medium size shopping mall. There are several restaurants on the second floor and the quality/prices are not bad considering we are in London and the places have a captive audience. There are also tons of stores here for those who are inclined to shop. No bike shops, though. We are boarding our plane in less than an hour.
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Gatwick has a large waiting area that is similar to a medium size shopping mall. There are several restaurants on the second floor and the quality/prices are not bad considering we are in London and the places have a captive audience. There are also tons of stores here for those who are inclined to shop. No bike shops, though. We are boarding our plane in less than an hour.
Most large airports these days make layovers almost fun, unless it's the middle of the night.
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It's looking like, for the third year in a row, we might have a holiday season pet casualty.

Jack, our oldest cat and the first pet that my wife and I got together, took a very sudden and unexpected turn. He was his displaying typical, occasional pickiness with food until he just stopped eating altogether a few days ago. About a month ago, we'd noticed that he'd gotten a little leaner his coat was a little more scraggly, but we chalked that up to his advancing age (~17). When he stopped showing up at meal time, we noticed a more dramatic drop in weight (he's never been much of a lap cat and only accepted affection on the occasions when he sought it out), Looking back, we think that he'd been eating less and less but that was masked by his chubby little sister, who'd been cleaning up his bowls after him. We took him to the vet the day before Thanksgiving and he's been on antibiotics and steroids since, but he hasn't turned a corner yet, and it's looking less likely that he will.

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Of course its your business! He wants the vehicle to replace the open-bed pickup he currently has for his business. You make some good points on the keep it side.
I'm a "keep it" guy too.
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It started working in less than 1 hr. Also have "marked inferior repolarization disturbance" and "large negative T in a VF with negative T in II and III" (which, I believe, refers to two lines on the readout). Don't think I will be riding in the foreseeable future.
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I made an extra pot of coffee this morning, something I literally never do. Trying to reduce the pile on my desk.
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