Thread: No, Buffy!
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Old February 4th 18, 06:01 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default No, Buffy!

On Monday, January 8, 2018 at 6:31:04 PM UTC-8, MaryL wrote:
On 1/8/2018 8:59 AM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article ,
MaryL -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote:
On 1/3/2018 4:41 AM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , MaryL
On 1/2/2018 7:35 AM, jmcquown wrote:
I guess I'm basically talking to myself here. Everyone else seems to
have fled to Facebook. Sorry, not a fan.

Anyway... I put away the holiday decorations, one of which was a red
glass bowl on the table in the living room. Filled with fabric
ornaments. I put the holiday cards on the table around it.

When Buffy first came to live with me I had to tell her NO, those
aren't cat toys! I sometimes found them on the floor in the morning.

I put all that stuff away and put my usual decorative pitcher back on
the table. Just caught Buffy sitting on the table next to it. NO!
Get down!

She's not usually one to jump up on tables but since things just
changed I think she decided she had to inspect it close up. LOL


Hi, Jill. I still read RPCA regularly, but I haven't posted as often
since my little Duffy died. I'll try to do better in 2018. I really
enjoy reading about Buffy, but I refuse to have anything to do with
Facebook. I did injure my back (muscle spasms) when my swivel chair
threw me when I started to sit in it to use the computer. I described
the incident in rfc.


MaryL I hadn't picked up that you'd injured your back. How is it now?


Thanks, Judith. I'm doing much better now and have a doctor's
appointment today for a follow-up exam.


How are you feeling and how did that follow up appointment go?


I'm fine now. The medication caused me to stumble around so much that I
could hardly walk, but it did cure the pain. Now that I don't need the
medication, I am doing much better. Of course, one of my long-standing
problems (going back several years and not associated with the fall) is
that I have vertigo. That's a major problem.


I check in now and then , sometimes post, more active as Pit2nya on rpcc.

About vertigo, I assume that you had an ENT doctor do the maneuver? Maybe mine was milder, but a couple of times it cleared a case of vertigo up. Is it Heinlicht? Or am I way off base?

Sylvia M