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    Dating a nurse

    If you really want to know what it's like to date a nurse, ask my husband. He would tell you that every single thing we want to do is determined by my schedule. For example, if I was working a night shift, we might not be able to go out for a nice dinner and have a glass of wine. We couldn't go to a movie because it might not be over in time for me to get to work. He rubbed my feet when they were hurting and stinky after a long shift. And he gets nagged about his health, like if he has a funny-looking lesion on his skin or forgets to wear sunscreen. I also once freaked him out during a candlelight dinner when I told him he had great veins. Dating a nurse is soooooooooo glamorous! LOL!
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    Dating a nurse

    Moving this out of Pets and Animals to Dating and Relationships.
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    Giving Hairball Gel Or Cream

    I need to get more aggressive with the hairball gel. The cat who is impossible to pill does not like this but the other cats might. My son's two cats are staying with us for the summer. One is a DSH tabby but I don't see him barfing up hairballs. The other is an Oriental Shorthair. She doesn't shed and she doesn't barf hairballs. Just watch, Miss Princess Oriental Shorthair, who doesn't need hairball gel, will probably love it and the cats who need it will hate it.
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    What do you do with your dog? (When your working)

    A friend who lives in California leaves his dog in a locked, fenced yard when he's at work. He has a doghouse in case it rains. His biggest concern is that someone might try to steal the dog but he's not going to leave a German Shepard in the house for 12 hours a day.
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    A Frustrating Morning...

    I'm sorry you and your husband were verbally abused by the receptionist at your vet office. That's really inexcusable and it should cost this employee her job. Had you been a new client, you probably would have found a different vet immediately! I watched something on Animal Planet about cats inappropriately spraying. If it isn't due to an organic issue such as UTI or renal failure and if it isn't due to insufficient or dirty litter boxes, it is likely a behavioral issue. A vet was treating cats with Prozac and finding that it decreased the spraying! One of our dogs was on Prozac periodically. I think she should have remained on it for the rest of her life but my husband disagreed. The dog was miserably crabby. She is in doggie heaven now but I'm sure she's found something to complain about...
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    Did anyone watch season 3 of HawthoRNe last night?

    The first season, HawthoRNe was the show I loved to hate. However, one of the episodes near the end of the first season was excellent and I got into the show. I liked the second season. I don't like violent TV shows and the violence of the premiere episode of the third season was distasteful enough that I won't watch the show again. For me, it jumped a whole school of sharks and I've lost interest. Really. Unless there's a disaster such as a bus accident or tornado, no CNO or chief of surgery would be called into work on their wedding night! Sorry, that was just ridiculous!
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    Makeup and Hair

    I use MAC Prep + Prime SPF 50. It's great primer. I have oily eyelids, too, so I use MAC Paint Pot (shade: Painterly) as a primer. But first I use a bit of MAC Blot Powder on my eyelids to soak up any oil. It really works!
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    Anthony Weiner and Twitter

    Sorry if the use of the term "junk" is offensive to some, but if a man's going to flash his genitals on the Internet, then he has devalued them. They ARE junk. I guess the whole discussion is moot. He admitted to sending the pictures and to having six inappropriate e-relationships with women in the past three years. Apparently he does not believe this will impact his marriage. :eek: That's REALLY offensive.
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    Anthony Weiner and Twitter

    That's just strange. Didn't the congressman ever hear about Bret Favre? You would think that when one man gets caught, gets fined or sanctioned, gets in trouble with his career, other men might get a clue that sending sexy pictures of their family jewels on a phone, email, FB, twitter is NOT a good idea. Sorry, I don't want to see anyone's junk on Twitter!
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    What Can Poison Your Dog?

    Yup. Everyone here gets renal diet, too. The dog is still trying to get into the cat food.
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    What Can Poison Your Dog?

    I feed my kittehs on the dining room table, too! Darned dog managed to climb up in a chair and get to the cat food anyway. And it was prescription cat food since our oldest cat has renal failure! Expensive snack!
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    What Can Poison Your Dog?

    Our dog knocked over the bowl of cat food the other day and ate the whole thing. The poor cats were starving! If looks could kill, that bowl of cat food would have been fatal to the dog. Times 4! :D
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    Who's the culprit?

    Well---quick update here. The cats are getting along fine. The hissing is down to a minimum, like when two cats want to be on my lap at the same time. All four of them slept with me last night. However, now the dog is perturbed. My husband's been gone for a couple of days and the dog has pooped on the floor a couple of times. Last night when I let her out to piddle, she ran down the block by herself and I ended up driving around to try to find her. I finally found her on the road, headed back toward the house, but then she turned and went into the school parking lot. Every time I got close to her, she took off running. Finally got her in the car. Oh, and this morning I had four really anxious and hungry cats because the dog had managed to crawl on the table and eat all their food! We put the cat food on a table (no we don't use it for our own food) because otherwise the dog would eat it. Apparently the dog is blaming me because her daddy is gone. We will both be glad when he gets home tonight.
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    Who's the culprit?

    I guess I need to tell my husband to use the litterbox next time! He's a D-O-G person but has learned to live with kitties! :lol2:
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    Who's the culprit?

    My son brought his two kitties home for the summer. He's going to be out of the country so his cats (2 year old male and female, both neutered) are going to be with us. Our dog doesn't notice but our two older cats are furious! The oldest cat hisses and strikes at the youngsters. The other cat growls, hisses, starts fights, chases them, and has been sulking all day long. So tonight my dear husband is headed to bed and he finds that a cat has used our bed as its bathroom. Ick! Urine and feces! Who do you think is the most likely culprit? My son's cats do not do this at his apartment. The oldest cat has kidney failure but I haven't caught her inappropriately urinating for a while. The other cat hid in our bedroom all day today. My son's cats and our other cats have co-existed in the past. They haven't seen each other since Christmas, though. I need to go to bed. I am sleepy and luckily I had a clean set of sheets! :yawn:

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