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Old May 24th 21, 10:56 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not nearly as much as
she had been. I literally picked her up and set her in front of the
food. Nope. Yesterday she didn't eat. She did use the litter box
(there was poop and pee to scoop both morning and before I went to bed)
but she's mostly stayed out of sight since Sunday morning.

When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under the dining
room table. I gave her scritches, told her to eat! I had hoped she'd
come out and eat while I was at work today. I found her in the back
corner of the closet when I got home. She ate a little bit of the
gooshy food while I was at work but not much. All she wants to do is
sleep.

My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile, I need to make
another vet appointment. The predisone appeared to be making her feel
better but now... sigh

Jill
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Old May 26th 21, 10:21 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

On 5/25/2021 4:25 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article ,
jmcquown wrote:
Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not nearly as much as
she had been. I literally picked her up and set her in front of the
food. Nope. Yesterday she didn't eat. She did use the litter box
(there was poop and pee to scoop both morning and before I went to bed)
but she's mostly stayed out of sight since Sunday morning.


When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under the dining
room table. I gave her scritches, told her to eat! I had hoped she'd
come out and eat while I was at work today. I found her in the back
corner of the closet when I got home. She ate a little bit of the
gooshy food while I was at work but not much. All she wants to do is
sleep.


My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile, I need to make
another vet appointment. The predisone appeared to be making her feel
better but now... sigh


Jill


Hi Jill

How is Buffy today? I do hope she's feeling a bit brighter. Would she take
food if you offered it from your fingers? Is she allowed anything lie
cream cheese. Sweep (RB) and Sophie (RB) both loved to lick Brie cheese
from my fingers. It's messy but just a thought that something different
and creamy might tempt her taste buds.

Mega purrs and prayers from here and I'll post to our FB friends too.

Hugs

Judi

Sorry for the late reply. I got home from work yesterday only to find
my internet connection was out and it didn't come back until just before
bedtime last night.

Unfortunately, Buffy isn't doing much better. I dropped her off at the
veterinary clinic before work today (her appointment was for 1:40pm, I
work 10-4). This time she saw the vet who did the teeth extractions.
Even without the biopsy, her blood work shows a higher elevation of
calcium than the last blood panel. He is certain the mass in her upper
jaw is a malignant tumor. He gave her a super duper steroid shot and
told me to discontinue the steroid drops I've been adding to her food.
He also gave her a 72-hour pain shot and sent me home with a week's
worth of pain meds to be given by mouth, every 12 hours starting on
Monday evening.

The oral pain medication comes in pre-measured doses in individual
syringes. When I expressed concerns about giving it to her he said,
"You don't have to pry her mouth open, just get it near her mouth and
squirt it. She'll get it."

My boss (yes, he's a keeper!) shooed me out of the office as soon as
they called to say Buffy was ready for me to pick her up.

When we got home Buffy immediately went to her water bowl to take a nice
long drink of water. Meanwhile, I dished up some fresh gooshy food and
when she finished drinking her fill she ate a few bites.

She's curled up on a pillow on the sofa behind me now. She's not hiding
and she did sleep curled up next to me last night. She sure wasn't
thrilled when I popped her into the carrier after I got dressed for work
this morning.

Unfortunately, I think time is slipping away. This time next month...

Jill
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Old May 27th 21, 10:53 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

On 5/27/2021 3:29 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
On 5/25/2021 4:25 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not nearly as much
as she had been. I literally picked her up and set her in front of
the food. Nope. Yesterday she didn't eat. She did use the litter
box (there was poop and pee to scoop both morning and before I went
to bed) but she's mostly stayed out of sight since Sunday morning.

When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under the dining
room table. I gave her scritches, told her to eat! I had hoped
she'd come out and eat while I was at work today. I found her in the
back corner of the closet when I got home. She ate a little bit of
the gooshy food while I was at work but not much. All she wants to
do is sleep.

My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile, I need to
make another vet appointment. The predisone appeared to be making
her feel better but now... sigh

Jill

Hi Jill

How is Buffy today? I do hope she's feeling a bit brighter. Would she
take food if you offered it from your fingers? Is she allowed anything
lie cream cheese. Sweep (RB) and Sophie (RB) both loved to lick Brie
cheese from my fingers. It's messy but just a thought that something
different and creamy might tempt her taste buds.

Mega purrs and prayers from here and I'll post to our FB friends too.

Hugs

Judi

Sorry for the late reply. I got home from work yesterday only to find
my internet connection was out and it didn't come back until just before
bedtime last night.


Unfortunately, Buffy isn't doing much better. I dropped her off at the
veterinary clinic before work today (her appointment was for 1:40pm, I
work 10-4). This time she saw the vet who did the teeth extractions.
Even without the biopsy, her blood work shows a higher elevation of
calcium than the last blood panel. He is certain the mass in her upper
jaw is a malignant tumor. He gave her a super duper steroid shot and
told me to discontinue the steroid drops I've been adding to her food.
He also gave her a 72-hour pain shot and sent me home with a week's
worth of pain meds to be given by mouth, every 12 hours starting on
Monday evening.


The oral pain medication comes in pre-measured doses in individual
syringes. When I expressed concerns about giving it to her he said,
"You don't have to pry her mouth open, just get it near her mouth and
squirt it. She'll get it."


My boss (yes, he's a keeper!) shooed me out of the office as soon as
they called to say Buffy was ready for me to pick her up.


When we got home Buffy immediately went to her water bowl to take a nice
long drink of water. Meanwhile, I dished up some fresh gooshy food and
when she finished drinking her fill she ate a few bites.


She's curled up on a pillow on the sofa behind me now. She's not hiding
and she did sleep curled up next to me last night. She sure wasn't
thrilled when I popped her into the carrier after I got dressed for work
this morning.


Unfortunately, I think time is slipping away. This time next month...


Jill


at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers. Hopefully you'll
have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I woke up
she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any sort
of pain. She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and feeling better
thanks to the pain meds. I'm giving her hugs and scritches every chance
I get. Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm going to pop her back into
the carrier and take her to the scary place where they poke and prod and
stick her with needles. When I go anywhere near where it's stored she runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. I have a liquid appetite
stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of a lot of good
if she won't eat. What she doesn't understand is if she eats she'll
feel better and I *won't* pop her into that carrier and take her to the
scary place any time soon. sigh

Jill
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Old May 28th 21, 10:26 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

On 2021-05-27 7:23 p.m., jmcquown wrote:
On 5/27/2021 3:29 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers. Hopefully you'll
have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you.* Last night she slept curled next to me and when I woke up
she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any sort
of pain.* She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and feeling better
thanks to the pain meds.* I'm giving her hugs and scritches every chance
I get.* Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm going to pop her back into
the carrier and take her to the scary place where they poke and prod and
stick her with needles.* When I go anywhere near where it's stored she
runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. * I have a liquid appetite
stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of a lot of good
if she won't eat.* What she doesn't understand is if she eats she'll
feel better and I *won't* pop her into that carrier and take her to the
scary place any time soon. sigh


It's so impossible to explain to them that "this is for your own good!"
I'm glad she does seem to be feeling a little better and sleeping with
you instead of hiding away. Each day can be something to enjoy. I've
often thought that cats, unlike humans, don't spend time anticipating
the worst. They just live each day as it comes.


--
Cheryl
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Old May 28th 21, 11:35 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

jmcquown wrote:

On 5/27/2021 3:29 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
On 5/25/2021 4:25 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not nearly
as much as she had been. I literally picked her up and set
her in front of the food. Nope. Yesterday she didn't eat.
She did use the litter box (there was poop and pee to scoop
both morning and before I went to bed) but she's mostly
stayed out of sight since Sunday morning.

When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under
the dining room table. I gave her scritches, told her to
eat! I had hoped she'd come out and eat while I was at work
today. I found her in the back corner of the closet when I
got home. She ate a little bit of the gooshy food while I
was at work but not much. All she wants to do is sleep.

My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile, I
need to make another vet appointment. The predisone appeared
to be making her feel better but now... sigh

Jill

Hi Jill

How is Buffy today? I do hope she's feeling a bit brighter.
Would she take food if you offered it from your fingers? Is she
allowed anything lie cream cheese. Sweep (RB) and Sophie (RB)
both loved to lick Brie cheese from my fingers. It's messy but
just a thought that something different and creamy might tempt
her taste buds.

Mega purrs and prayers from here and I'll post to our FB
friends too.

Hugs

Judi

Sorry for the late reply. I got home from work yesterday only to
find my internet connection was out and it didn't come back until
just before bedtime last night.


Unfortunately, Buffy isn't doing much better. I dropped her off
at the veterinary clinic before work today (her appointment was
for 1:40pm, I work 10-4). This time she saw the vet who did the
teeth extractions. Even without the biopsy, her blood work shows
a higher elevation of calcium than the last blood panel. He is
certain the mass in her upper jaw is a malignant tumor. He gave
her a super duper steroid shot and told me to discontinue the
steroid drops I've been adding to her food. He also gave her a
72-hour pain shot and sent me home with a week's worth of pain
meds to be given by mouth, every 12 hours starting on Monday
evening.


The oral pain medication comes in pre-measured doses in individual
syringes. When I expressed concerns about giving it to her he
said, "You don't have to pry her mouth open, just get it near her
mouth and squirt it. She'll get it."


My boss (yes, he's a keeper!) shooed me out of the office as soon
as they called to say Buffy was ready for me to pick her up.


When we got home Buffy immediately went to her water bowl to take
a nice long drink of water. Meanwhile, I dished up some fresh
gooshy food and when she finished drinking her fill she ate a few
bites.


She's curled up on a pillow on the sofa behind me now. She's not
hiding and she did sleep curled up next to me last night. She
sure wasn't thrilled when I popped her into the carrier after I
got dressed for work this morning.


Unfortunately, I think time is slipping away. This time next
month...


Jill


at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers. Hopefully
you'll have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I woke up
she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any
sort of pain. She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and
feeling better thanks to the pain meds. I'm giving her hugs and
scritches every chance I get. Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm
going to pop her back into the carrier and take her to the scary
place where they poke and prod and stick her with needles. When I go
anywhere near where it's stored she runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. I have a liquid
appetite stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of a
lot of good if she won't eat. What she doesn't understand is if she
eats she'll feel better and I won't pop her into that carrier and
take her to the scary place any time soon. sigh

Jill


Sorry to hear this Jill.

Meantime, I embark on a new mix with 2 dogs added here. They are
13YO's. 1 was a late spay with cancer already and not long for this
world. We give her a final real home instead of a cage. Her brother
is low vision due to cataracts.
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Old May 29th 21, 10:57 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

Judith Latham wrote:

In article ,
cshenk wrote:
jmcquown wrote:



Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I
woke up she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any
sort of pain. She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and
feeling better thanks to the pain meds. I'm giving her hugs and
scritches every chance I get. Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm
going to pop her back into the carrier and take her to the scary
place where they poke and prod and stick her with needles. When
I go anywhere near where it's stored she runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. I have a liquid
appetite stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of
a lot of good if she won't eat. What she doesn't understand is
if she eats she'll feel better and I won't pop her into that
carrier and take her to the scary place any time soon. sigh

Jill


Sorry to hear this Jill.


Meantime, I embark on a new mix with 2 dogs added here. They are
13YO's. 1 was a late spay with cancer already and not long for this
world. We give her a final real home instead of a cage. Her
brother is low vision due to cataracts.


It's lovely that you've taken in these dogs. May I thank you on their
behalf. I know they will have love and excellent care.

Judith


We are still working integration with our cat Luko. The girl is fine
but he's a bit of a problem.
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Old May 31st 21, 12:41 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

On 5/28/2021 6:35 PM, cshenk wrote:
jmcquown wrote:

On 5/27/2021 3:29 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
On 5/25/2021 4:25 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not nearly
as much as she had been. I literally picked her up and set
her in front of the food. Nope. Yesterday she didn't eat.
She did use the litter box (there was poop and pee to scoop
both morning and before I went to bed) but she's mostly
stayed out of sight since Sunday morning.

When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under
the dining room table. I gave her scritches, told her to
eat! I had hoped she'd come out and eat while I was at work
today. I found her in the back corner of the closet when I
got home. She ate a little bit of the gooshy food while I
was at work but not much. All she wants to do is sleep.

My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile, I
need to make another vet appointment. The predisone appeared
to be making her feel better but now... sigh

Jill

Hi Jill

How is Buffy today? I do hope she's feeling a bit brighter.
Would she take food if you offered it from your fingers? Is she
allowed anything lie cream cheese. Sweep (RB) and Sophie (RB)
both loved to lick Brie cheese from my fingers. It's messy but
just a thought that something different and creamy might tempt
her taste buds.

Mega purrs and prayers from here and I'll post to our FB
friends too.

Hugs

Judi

Sorry for the late reply. I got home from work yesterday only to
find my internet connection was out and it didn't come back until
just before bedtime last night.

Unfortunately, Buffy isn't doing much better. I dropped her off
at the veterinary clinic before work today (her appointment was
for 1:40pm, I work 10-4). This time she saw the vet who did the
teeth extractions. Even without the biopsy, her blood work shows
a higher elevation of calcium than the last blood panel. He is
certain the mass in her upper jaw is a malignant tumor. He gave
her a super duper steroid shot and told me to discontinue the
steroid drops I've been adding to her food. He also gave her a
72-hour pain shot and sent me home with a week's worth of pain
meds to be given by mouth, every 12 hours starting on Monday
evening.

The oral pain medication comes in pre-measured doses in individual
syringes. When I expressed concerns about giving it to her he
said, "You don't have to pry her mouth open, just get it near her
mouth and squirt it. She'll get it."

My boss (yes, he's a keeper!) shooed me out of the office as soon
as they called to say Buffy was ready for me to pick her up.

When we got home Buffy immediately went to her water bowl to take
a nice long drink of water. Meanwhile, I dished up some fresh
gooshy food and when she finished drinking her fill she ate a few
bites.

She's curled up on a pillow on the sofa behind me now. She's not
hiding and she did sleep curled up next to me last night. She
sure wasn't thrilled when I popped her into the carrier after I
got dressed for work this morning.

Unfortunately, I think time is slipping away. This time next
month...

Jill

at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers. Hopefully
you'll have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I woke up
she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any
sort of pain. She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and
feeling better thanks to the pain meds. I'm giving her hugs and
scritches every chance I get. Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm
going to pop her back into the carrier and take her to the scary
place where they poke and prod and stick her with needles. When I go
anywhere near where it's stored she runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. I have a liquid
appetite stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of a
lot of good if she won't eat. What she doesn't understand is if she
eats she'll feel better and I won't pop her into that carrier and
take her to the scary place any time soon. sigh

Jill


Sorry to hear this Jill.

Meantime, I embark on a new mix with 2 dogs added here. They are
13YO's. 1 was a late spay with cancer already and not long for this
world. We give her a final real home instead of a cage. Her brother
is low vision due to cataracts.

Thank you for taking them in, Carol. You are a kind person.

Jill
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Old June 2nd 21, 01:06 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Default Buffy's Hiding Again

jmcquown wrote:

On 5/28/2021 6:35 PM, cshenk wrote:
jmcquown wrote:

On 5/27/2021 3:29 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
On 5/25/2021 4:25 PM, Judith Latham wrote:
In article , jmcquown
wrote:
Buffy started hiding again. Saturday she ate but not
nearly as much as she had been. I literally picked her
up and set her in front of the food. Nope. Yesterday
she didn't eat. She did use the litter box (there was
poop and pee to scoop both morning and before I went to
bed) but she's mostly stayed out of sight since Sunday
morning.

When I left for work this morning she was on a chair under
the dining room table. I gave her scritches, told her to
eat! I had hoped she'd come out and eat while I was at
work today. I found her in the back corner of the closet
when I got home. She ate a little bit of the gooshy food
while I was at work but not much. All she wants to do is
sleep.

My poor Buffy girl could use some more purrs. Meanwhile,
I need to make another vet appointment. The predisone
appeared to be making her feel better but now... sigh

Jill

Hi Jill

How is Buffy today? I do hope she's feeling a bit brighter.
Would she take food if you offered it from your fingers? Is
she allowed anything lie cream cheese. Sweep (RB) and
Sophie (RB) both loved to lick Brie cheese from my fingers.
It's messy but just a thought that something different and
creamy might tempt her taste buds.

Mega purrs and prayers from here and I'll post to our FB
friends too.

Hugs

Judi

Sorry for the late reply. I got home from work yesterday
only to find my internet connection was out and it didn't
come back until just before bedtime last night.

Unfortunately, Buffy isn't doing much better. I dropped her
off at the veterinary clinic before work today (her
appointment was for 1:40pm, I work 10-4). This time she saw
the vet who did the teeth extractions. Even without the
biopsy, her blood work shows a higher elevation of calcium
than the last blood panel. He is certain the mass in her
upper jaw is a malignant tumor. He gave her a super duper
steroid shot and told me to discontinue the steroid drops
I've been adding to her food. He also gave her a 72-hour
pain shot and sent me home with a week's worth of pain meds
to be given by mouth, every 12 hours starting on Monday
evening.

The oral pain medication comes in pre-measured doses in
individual syringes. When I expressed concerns about giving
it to her he said, "You don't have to pry her mouth open,
just get it near her mouth and squirt it. She'll get it."

My boss (yes, he's a keeper!) shooed me out of the office as
soon as they called to say Buffy was ready for me to pick her
up.

When we got home Buffy immediately went to her water bowl to
take a nice long drink of water. Meanwhile, I dished up some
fresh gooshy food and when she finished drinking her fill she
ate a few bites.

She's curled up on a pillow on the sofa behind me now. She's
not hiding and she did sleep curled up next to me last night.
She sure wasn't thrilled when I popped her into the carrier
after I got dressed for work this morning.

Unfortunately, I think time is slipping away. This time next
month...

Jill

at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers.
Hopefully you'll have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I
woke up she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.

I do hope we will have more time together without her being in any
sort of pain. She is sitting on my lap right now, purring and
feeling better thanks to the pain meds. I'm giving her hugs and
scritches every chance I get. Unfortunately, she also thinks I'm
going to pop her back into the carrier and take her to the scary
place where they poke and prod and stick her with needles. When
I go anywhere near where it's stored she runs.

Unfortunately, she's still not eating much. I have a liquid
appetite stimulant to add to her food but it doesn't do a heck of
a lot of good if she won't eat. What she doesn't understand is
if she eats she'll feel better and I won't pop her into that
carrier and take her to the scary place any time soon. sigh

Jill


Sorry to hear this Jill.

Meantime, I embark on a new mix with 2 dogs added here. They are
13YO's. 1 was a late spay with cancer already and not long for this
world. We give her a final real home instead of a cage. Her
brother is low vision due to cataracts.

Thank you for taking them in, Carol. You are a kind person.

Jill


Unfortunatly it didn't work. The male was barking and rushing Luko (up
to baby gate). We tried but they took them back.
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Old June 2nd 21, 09:53 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On 6/1/2021 8:06 PM, cshenk wrote:
jmcquown wrote:

On 5/28/2021 6:35 PM, cshenk wrote:
jmcquown wrote:


at least she's more comfortable now. Purrs and prayers.
Hopefully you'll have more quality time together.

Hugs

Judith

Thank you. Last night she slept curled next to me and when I
woke up she did upside-downy-head and purred and made me smile.


Jill

Sorry to hear this Jill.

Meantime, I embark on a new mix with 2 dogs added here. They are
13YO's. 1 was a late spay with cancer already and not long for this
world. We give her a final real home instead of a cage. Her
brother is low vision due to cataracts.

Thank you for taking them in, Carol. You are a kind person.

Jill


Unfortunatly it didn't work. The male was barking and rushing Luko (up
to baby gate). We tried but they took them back.

I'm sorry to hear this. Perhaps only one at a time if there's a next
time. You never know how animals might (or might not) get along.

Jill
 




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