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    Quote Originally Posted by riotvan View Post
    everyone should expose themselves again to macrolandscape
    Since he read all the threads, he would have came across our exposings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riotvan View Post
    everyone should expose themselves again to macrolandscape
    yes. everyone should. but if i were to use that same analogy as my mom catching me naked, then you guys exposing to me would be like my... ok lets not go down that road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macrolandscape View Post
    yes. everyone should. but if i were to use that same analogy as my mom catching me naked, then you guys exposing to me would be like my... ok lets not go down that road.

    naked is okay

    at least not doing something naked.


    hahaha you read all the threads right, you must have seen all of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowmera View Post
    Since he read all the threads, he has seen our exposings.
    but it wouldnt hurt to see more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macrolandscape View Post
    but it wouldnt hurt to see more.

    who do you wnat to see?

    i'll expose them for you

    i have most of their pictures

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    Did you take a video of yourself naked with your D90?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowmera View Post
    Did you take a video of yourself naked with your D90?

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    Oh Hai~!

    Ahh ... fwesh meat I see!

    Harlooo Macrolandscape!

    Can't show more at the moment.

    Sammyboi borrowed my sequined g-string bikini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Oh Hai~!

    Ahh ... fwesh meat I see!

    Harlooo Macrolandscape!

    Can't show more at the moment.

    Sammyboi borrowed my sequined g-string bikini.



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    Quote Originally Posted by riotvan View Post
    Shhhhhhhhh...

    Donch spread de secret!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Oh Hai~!

    Ahh ... fwesh meat I see!

    Harlooo Macrolandscape!

    Can't show more at the moment.

    Sammyboi borrowed my sequined g-string bikini.
    no problem. expose when u get that bikini back. will save the pic and give my gf a scare. would be fun to let her wonder if i was leaning the other way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macrolandscape View Post
    no problem. expose when u get that bikini back. will save the pic and give my gf a scare. would be fun to let her wonder if i was leaning the other way.
    Awww hell, gimme yr addy and I'll send IT to you, with lotsa hearts pasted round the perfume soaked package and Sammy's name on it!

    THAT would really get her wondering!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Awww hell, gimme yr addy and I'll send IT to you, with lotsa hearts pasted round the perfume soaked package and Sammy's name on it!

    THAT would really get her wondering!
    i only want her wondering. not convinced.
    my cat coughs furballs every day. at least twice a day. is there something wrong with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by macrolandscape View Post
    i only want her wondering. not convinced.
    my cat coughs furballs every day. at least twice a day. is there something wrong with it?


    YOU GOT CAT


    *jealous*

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    Quote Originally Posted by riotvan View Post
    YOU GOT CAT


    *jealous*
    one cat. one dog. one big mistake. realised HDBs arent zoos.
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    Depends.

    Your cat is (obviously) taking in too much fur, which means it is licking itself more than usual, or excessively.

    The excessive licking could be caused by various underlying reasons, ranging from stress and anxiety to skin disorders or irritations or infestation.

    Without comprehensive histo, it's hard to tell.

    What kind of cat (breed is it)?

    What breed is your dog?

    What is your household cleaning regime, and what chemicals, if any, are used?

    Has there been ANY changes in your household at all?

    Any areas of fur loss on your cat?

    Any construction nearby, or an increased level of dumping nearby?

    Is your cat an indoor only, or outdoor cat?

    Any changes in it's diet?

    Any possibility of household members or guests feeding your cat indiscriminately?

    What is your cat's total diet as far as you're aware?

    Any history of mites, infestation or pre-disposition to skin problems?

    What is the condition of it's fur? Any visible or physical changes that you have observed?


    Ask yourself these questions and also conduct a close examination of your cat's skin (overall body) and you could at least narrow down probabilities.
    Last edited by Dream Merchant; 17th January 2009 at 04:36 AM.

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    Your cat is (obviously) taking in too much fur, which means it is licking itself more than usual, or excessively.

    The excessive licking could be caused by various underlying reasons, ranging from stress and anxiety to skin disorders or irritations or infestation.

    Without comprehensive histo, it's hard to tell.

    What kind of cat (breed is it)?

    its a pariah cat.

    What breed is your dog?

    chowsky

    What is your household cleaning regime, and what chemicals, if any, are used?

    cleaned twice a week. simple mopping solutions and vacuum.

    Has there been ANY changes in your household at all?

    no.

    Any areas of fur loss on your cat?

    no.

    Any construction nearby, or an increased level of dumping nearby?

    contruction yes. right outside my house.

    Is your cat an indoor only, or outdoor cat?

    indoor and corridoor.

    Any changes in it's diet?

    no.

    Any possibility of household members or guests feeding your cat indiscriminately?

    no.

    What is your cat's total diet as far as you're aware?

    dont know. lol. eats as much as it can before the dog eats the rest.

    Any history of mites, infestation or pre-disposition to skin problems?

    no.

    Ask yourself these questions and you could at least narrow down probabilities.

    gosh. u a vet? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by macrolandscape View Post
    Your cat is (obviously) taking in too much fur, which means it is licking itself more than usual, or excessively.

    The excessive licking could be caused by various underlying reasons, ranging from stress and anxiety to skin disorders or irritations or infestation.

    Without comprehensive histo, it's hard to tell.

    What kind of cat (breed is it)?

    its a pariah cat.

    What breed is your dog?

    chowsky (Hmm ... never heard of this one. A cross between a Chow Chow and something else?)

    What is your household cleaning regime, and what chemicals, if any, are used?

    cleaned twice a week. simple mopping solutions and vacuum.

    Has there been ANY changes in your household at all?

    no.

    Any areas of fur loss on your cat?

    no.

    Any construction nearby, or an increased level of dumping nearby?

    contruction yes. right outside my house.

    Is your cat an indoor only, or outdoor cat?

    indoor and corridoor.

    Any changes in it's diet?

    no.

    Any possibility of household members or guests feeding your cat indiscriminately?

    no.

    What is your cat's total diet as far as you're aware?

    dont know. lol. eats as much as it can before the dog eats the rest.

    Any history of mites, infestation or pre-disposition to skin problems?

    no.

    Ask yourself these questions and you could at least narrow down probabilities.

    gosh. u a vet? lol


    You're already got your answer.

    Most industrial materials including but not exclusive to the materials used to BIND such as cement, plaster etc, are highly irritant to most canids, felines and even humans on contact, or inhallation and ingestion.

    IF there is some other possible form of reactive causes, like the ingestion or seafood or seafood products, which are known to be the cause of many feline problems, you best bet is to eliminate those factors immediately. Cats learn FAST. A good, LOUD SHOCK when your cat approaches the dog's feeding bowl several times will be remembered. Or a squirt from a water gun works very effectively to deter the cat from eating from your dog's bowl again.

    The MORE likely cause - the construction, is something likely to be outside your purview, so the options are 1) Confinement till the construction is over and 2) Removal of as much possible irritants from both the surroundings (floors*, corridoors, beddings etc) AS WELL as from your cat's body - wipe your cat frequently (several times a day or as many times as possible with a WARM, damp cloth to remove as much dust as possible. Then gently wipe dry. Do this is a quiet, dark environment so that your cat is not freaked out.

    You might also want to read this FYI and future reference:

    http://www.kingcounty.gov/safety/Ani...velicking.aspx

    Hope this helps.

    Add: Note: Mopping with just plain water, or if you do not have marble or parquet flooring, use diluted natural vinegar with plain water is effective to clean floors, and MORE IMPORTANTLY, do NOT leave behind harmful residual chemicals.

    ALL commercial cleansers CONTAIN chemicals, and while touted as 'safe', residual effects may build up over a long period of contact and lead to skin irritation or trigger hyper-sensitivities and / or allergies. I do not know of any pet owners using these 'safe' chemicals to ever rinse their floors repeatedly to remove residual chemicals simply because it takes too much effort, and most cleansers have been touted as being safe enough to not require rinsing ... but they leave behind residues over time.

    Babies, toddlers as well as animals spend a huge amount of time on floors.

    Most pet owners (especially dogs) in Singapore are clean freaks, or at least parents and in-laws are, and most of their pets have chronic skin problems. Go figure.
    Last edited by Dream Merchant; 17th January 2009 at 04:57 AM.

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    hey thanks. personally i tink its the construction outside my place. but thats something i cant prevent.

    anyway, its a cross btw chow chow and husky.

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    Jesse's such a cutie!!!


    Thankls for sharing the peek of her ML!


    [QUOTE=Dream Merchant;4716755]You're already got your answer.

    Most industrial materials including but not exclusive to the materials used to BIND such as cement, plaster etc, are highly irritant to most canids, felines and even humans on contact, or inhallation and ingestion.

    .... options are 1) Confinement till the construction is over and 2) Removal of as much possible irritants from both the surroundings several times a day (floors*, corridoors, beddings etc) AS WELL as from your cat's body - wipe your cat frequently (several times a day or as many times as possible with a WARM, damp cloth to remove as much dust as possible. Then gently wipe dry. Do this is a quiet, dark environment so that your cat is not freaked out.

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