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  1. Wynona's Avatar
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       #211

    CountMike said:
    Except some gold fish I never bought a house pet. It's always a rescue cat or dog but mostly they came by themselves. Twice my dog Snoopy brought in a kitten he found on the street, one he actually brought it in his mouth and once alerted me to it. He just loves cats and some even slept on him.
    Same here, Count. The closest I ever came to "buying" a pet is when I rescued Gracie from a no-kill pound. She chose me; won't let anyone else close until they prove they're harmless, but she jumped right into my lap when I was looking for someone to take my late Princess Yorkie's place. She just loves kittens for some reason. Your new kitty looks a lot like her Bobby that we lost very early in his life.

    CountMike said:
    Last year one of my cats called Auntie died but she helped me raise at least 20 kittens in last 10 years that were too small to raise by hand although she never had her own. Real "nanny cat". I don't know nothing about this guy's history but judging by his shape, slightly thin but otherwise clean and in good shape and unbelievably lovable, must have been left or kicked out somewhere around here from a home. He's about 6-8 month old so I doubt he got lost because of "February urges".
    Kitty Lucy rode home from church on my grandson's car battery. He had enough kitties so my daughter gave her to Gracie. She raised her, and taught her everything she knows, including how to navigate the doggie door. If Gracie sees/hears something outside and heads out to investigate, Lucy's right there with her, helping to investigate. If Lucy finds something in the bushes, Gracie's right there to help her dig it out.

    I think you're right because no matter how far a cat goes, they can always find their way home. I remember when I was a kid, we had a tabby cat that we took to my aunt's house about 350 miles away. She wanted a mouser and we had one too many cats. Cat nearly beat us home; don't ask me how she did it, but she did!
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  2. Wynona's Avatar
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       #212

    CountMike said:
    Feeling at home
    Attachment 326335
    So sweet.
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  3. A Guy's Avatar
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       #213

    CountMike said:
    Not Alaska, not even Quebec or Vermont, but Belgrade in April
    Looks more like Australia

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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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       #214

    A Guy said:
    Looks more like Australia

    A Guy
    Just a suburb about 18KM from Belgrade center.
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  5. jumanji's Avatar
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       #215

    Today Wednesday the eighth April 2021, I took an auto to a nearby nursing home and took the first dose of Oxford/Astra Zeneca Covid 19 vaccination. After half-an- hour observation, I walked back to my residence ( about one and a half mile).
    Had no reaction so far. In rare cases AstraZenaca can cause CVST ( Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis) within two weeks of vaccination.
    European Medicines Agency reports:
    "EMA’s safety committee (PRAC) has concluded today that unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should be listed as very rare side effects of Vaxzevria (formerly COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca).


    • Cases of unusual blood clots with low platelets have occurred in people who received Vaxzevria (formerly COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca).
    • The chance of having this occur is very low, but you should still be aware of symptoms so you can get prompt medical treatment to help recovery and avoid complications.
    • You must seek urgent medical attention immediately if you have any of the following symptoms in the weeks after your injection:
      • shortness of breath
      • chest pain
      • leg swelling
      • persistent abdominal (belly) pain
      • neurological symptoms, such as severe and persistent headaches or blurred vision
      • tiny blood spots under the skin beyond the site of the injection.

    • Speak to your healthcare professional or contact your relevant national health authorities if you have any questions about the roll out of the vaccine in your country."


    This is the UK report:

    "Up to and including 31 March 2021, the
    MHRA had received 79 UK reports of blood clotting cases alongside low levels of platelets following the use of the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca:

    • 44 of the 79 cases were of CVST with thrombocytopenia
    • 35 of the 79 cases were of thrombosis in other major veins with thrombocytopenia
    • 79 cases occurred in 51 women and 28 men, aged from 18 to 79 years. It should be noted that more women have been vaccinated with COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca than men.
    • Sadly, 19 people have died out of the 79 cases – 13 females and 6 males. 11 out of the 19 people who died were under the age of 50, 3 of whom were under 30. 14 of these 19 cases were of CVST with thrombocytopenia and 5 were of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia.
    • All 79 cases occurred after a first dose of the vaccine.

    So.people, if you don't see jumanji after two weeks, he is gone for ever .
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  6. A Guy's Avatar
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       #216

    Seems to affect younger people more...so you have that going for you

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  7. Barman58's Avatar
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       #217

    The risk factor is around 1 in 1000000 (one in a million), which is around the same chance dying in a car crash when when driving 200 Miles - those sort of odds are not really something I am going to worry about .

    Also the underlying chance of the rare blood clots was the same as this before the Astrazeneca virus was given to anyone

    Compared to the risk of contracting covid (which varies dependent on location and measures taken personally about - 1 in 360 in England at present ) and then dying from it

    I have health issues that make me more susceptible to covid so I know which option I prefer
    Last edited by Barman58; 4 Days Ago at 04:42.
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  8. Fabler2's Avatar
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       #218

    I have health issues that make me more susceptible to covid so I know which option I prefer
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  9. z3r010's Avatar
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       #219

    Yep, the chances are so tiny it's not worth worrying about.
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  10. kado897's Avatar
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       #220

    Barman58 said:
    The risk factor is around 1 in 1000000 (one in a million), which is around the same chance dying in a car crash when when driving 200 Miles - those sort of odds are not really something I am going to worry about .

    Also the underlying chance of the rare blood clots was the same as this before the Astrazeneca virus was given to anyone

    Compared to the risk of contracting covid (which varies dependent on location and measures taken personally about - 1 in 360 in England at present ) and then dying from it

    I have health issues that make me more susceptible to covid so I know which option I prefer
    I had my 2nd AZ shot last Saturday. I have no worries about it either.
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