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RE: Speed

The secret to my speed is multitasking. I do NOT multitask, therefore I am slow. However, if I'm the PIC in a jet aircraft I go very fast,....while single tasking. Wise words.
LeChuck80 04/03/20 07:25am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Inlay restoration
LeChuck80 04/03/20 07:21am Around the Campfire
RE: Some ATV rules Help

I misread your post when I responded the first time. In Wisconsin, if your ATV or UTV is registered in another state, you must buy an out of state registration to use your off road vehicle in Wisconsin. That permit allows on road use where allowed. Most counties and townships are post roads as usable because they get paid to open the roads. Yes, indeed. According to the laws and various articles like this, you can drive ATVs and UTVs in Arizona without any problems if your vehicle has all the lights installed. Same with California, only age restrictions differ I guess.
LeChuck80 04/03/20 07:15am Toy Haulers
RE: Cat with Skin Issues and Hair Loss

Thanks for the responses. The cat was adopted as a kitten from a shelter. She has never had fleas and is a strictly indoor cat. She had feline acne as a kitten, but it is now much worse. Her ears appear to have some type of infection (cat shakes her head and scratches) and the tissue looks somewhat inflamed. She has been tested for ear mites. The area underneath the base of her tail is about an inch where she has licked the hair away - this is a recent occurrence. Her vet has declined to do blood work, saying it was not necessary. The cat's coat looks healthy and her eyes are clear with no discharge. She has no cough and her appetite is good. This cat is very dear to my sister and she is at her wit's end trying to find relief for the cat. Any thoughts are appreciated. Dr. Doug, any experience with these conditions? I had cats with fleas and your story is similar to mine. I guess every time I was 'lucky' to take a pet with issues. Once these fleas were causing my kitty dry skin and inflammation... Then I had a similar episode with the oldest cat, but after applying some flea control tips and with what I experienced already and quickly took care of it.
LeChuck80 04/03/20 06:51am RV Pet Stop
RE: Who can be the last poster?

Me.
LeChuck80 04/02/20 02:41am Around the Campfire
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