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Singinghorse
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May 11, 2015
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Tarbrax in South Lanarkshire
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Singinghorse

PetForums Junior, from Tarbrax in South Lanarkshire

Singinghorse was last seen:
May 11, 2015
    1. vivien
      vivien
      It is so sad to lose them so young. I too have had my fair share of young uns going to the bridge. Toby a black and white kitten. The kids brought home one day years ago. The vet thought at first he had cat flu, but he didn't respond to treatment. It turned out is lungs weren't growing properly and although he was a moggy they suspected inbreeding. He was 12 weeks old. I lost my first Ragdoll to the dreaded FIP at a year old.i didn't know at the time that he was from a byb the lovely Chinablue told me and she helped me get Tiga.
    2. buffie
      buffie
      As long as you still remember having them you're okay,its when you forget you're having them you need to worry ;) :D
      1. Singinghorse
        Singinghorse
        Sorry, haven't been around for a few weeks ... there's been too much going on and I haven't had a minute. I lost your dang phone number again!!! My senior moments have become weekends then weeks then months!
        This site is all different now ... wot's happened?
        May 7, 2015
    3. vivien
      vivien
      Morning. Buffies Afghans were gorgeous. I have seen her pictures. I have had GSDs and JRTs most of my married life. 43 years :eek: will be 44 in September :eek: :eek: :) I have a year old GSD at the moment and a 5 year old JRT . Steve bought Gemma for my 60th birthday last year as we lost our girl last January she was just a couple of days from being 8. She was a. Lovely gentle girl. She battled spay incontinence we had just got the right medicine to get her almost dry and she got a aggressive cancer of the rectum there was nothing they could do for her. X
    4. buffie
      buffie
      We all still have "senior moments" wouldn't be the first time I've wondered why the person I sent a message to hadn't replied ,just to realise that I had sent it to myself :rolleyes:
    5. vivien
      vivien
      Thank you. It is a wonderful site. Chinablue introduced me to this site. And I have made some wonderful friends. Buffie, Ellen (ellsbells ) and Sarah (sarahecp) they have all been there through some very tough times :) I have met Sara, Ellen and Lynn the moderator at the supreme cat show. I have not met Buffie though. I have an aunt doesn't live too far a way from Buffie though the black and white cat in my avatar is no longer with us. We lost her at 4 to renal failure. But I cannot change my avatar as I feel I would be saying goodbye for good. At least I get to see her every day either on here or on FB :) it's probably silly of me but she was a fantastic little girl. X
    6. vivien
      vivien
      Morning. Just come to say hello Your cat is gorgeous. X
    7. buffie
      buffie
      You were talking to yourself again :D
      Should have said,left click on the pic from your album first to enlarge it(is that a word) then right click etc.

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    8. Singinghorse
      Singinghorse
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      I see ... I think? :confused:
    9. buffie
      buffie
      I usually down load pics from my photo bucket account , I assume you were downloading from your "members album".
      If you right click on the pic you want to put into a post click "copy" go to your post you want to add the pic to,click reply.Along the top of the reply box you will see yellow square,click on that,a box will open.Remove the htpp:// that shows,then right click where it says enter the URL of your image ,then click "okay"Hope you understand that.
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    10. buffie
      buffie
      Your mission is now complete ;) :D I never venture into "horse chat"as I've nothing to contribute :)
    11. buffie
      buffie
      Enjoy it while it lasts you'll be a "senior member" soon enough ;) :D
    12. buffie
      buffie
      I see you found the smilies :yesnod:
    13. buffie
      buffie
      Morning :D ,will try to explain but I'm rubbish at doing that when I have to type it,but here goes.
      Before you answer this message click on the "view conversation" button.This will open a small box to reply in,but if before you type you then click on the "go advanced" button it will open a larger box to reply in and where you can add smilies.
      Once you have finished replying just press post message ,job done ;) :D


      Below the smilies there is a [more] sign if you click on that it will give you lots more smilies.
      Hope you understood all that :)
    14. buffie
      buffie
      You did the same thing as Jane,remember when you reply to a visitor message click on the "view conversation" icon first ,type your message in the box then post message otherwise you end up talking to yourself and you havnt been on here long enough for it to be having that effect on you yet ;) :D
    15. Singinghorse
      Singinghorse
      Took the snow plough 20 mins this morning to clear our road. Hope it's gonna be ok for me going to pishy Wishy tomorra as it's Jane's birthday ... an' you think I live at the back of beyond???
    16. buffie
      buffie
      Morning(ish) not a flake :D did have on wed/thurs but it didn't last,bet you have , being at the ar*e end of the back of beyond.
    17. buffie
      buffie
      Hope you are finding your way around okay :D
    18. BouncingBramble
      BouncingBramble
      Howdee-doo-dee :)
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    Home Page:
    http://www.jensinginghorse.com
    Location:
    Tarbrax in South Lanarkshire
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Retired Riding Instructor/Stud Groom/RDA AB Whip. Published poet. Ex Afghan Hound/Whippet exhibitor and judge.

    Writing, Mah Jong, Bridge, Photography, U3A. Am writing a children's book.
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