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  1. #6891
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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
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    RIP Izzy. I'm so sorry little buddy. We will miss you so much but never forget you! Izzy sadly, but peacefully passed away Monday night while sleeping in his favourite spot, in my armpit. He was only 5 years old and full of energy.
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  2. #6892
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    Sorry for your loss zmikers. A really cute moggy.
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  3. #6893
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    @zmikers...sorry for you loss. What happened??
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  4. #6894
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal View Post
    @zmikers...sorry for you loss. What happened??
    We still have no idea. My wife was down south visiting her family and luckily I had to stay home because of work. He curled up in my armpit like every other night. At about 3:00 AM, him and our other cat woke me up playing on the bed like every other night. At 10:00 Am our other cat woke me up meowing, staring at me. I tried to move Izzy (he's usually pretty lazy and hard to move in the mornings) but this time was different. He just didn't wake up. So, I am glad that he went in his sleep, without pain and beside me. We assume his heart just stopped, still don't know why though.

    To be honest, I never thought it would be this hard. We are so very sad, but are trying to remember that we saved him from the streets of Taipei and he had a very happy life!
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  5. #6895
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    My first try at light painting... fun stuff!

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  6. #6896
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    Tad bit too warm this time of year. This little guy came out to look around.

  7. #6897
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    ^^ Wow. That is early. Looks like you have a Dekayi brown snake or Storeria Dekayi. They move from their winter burrows into summer burrows in the spring. If that is happening now a big freeze could be tough on the population.
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  8. #6898
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    I think my husband thought it was simple garden snake. It was at the base of our out door basement steps. He thought maybe it had been living in french drain and came out. It has been unseasonably warm here in PA! Tomorrow it is suppose to hit 72.

  9. #6899
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    That is an itereresting effect Nick and I think it works well on the lathe; highlighting the important parts.

    I hope that is not your lathe !

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    Thanks! That is my boss' lathe, it probably hasn't been used in 30 years but he has an emotional attachment to it. I've tried to get him to bring it home but he likes having it around. haha.
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