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Squinting: We will miss Mojo 2008-10129204 Today is National Cat Day. ๐Ÿ˜บ . It's also a bitter sweet day because exactly 2 years ago today our beloved Mojo was taken from us suddenly due to cardiomyopathy. He was only 6. ๐Ÿ˜ฟโค๏ธ. In his memory and in honor of National Cat Day, we'd like to emphasize the importance of taking action the minute you notice odd behavior from your pets. They are so tough and good at hiding pain, by the time they show symptoms it's often too late with some of these diseases and illnesses. This was the case with Mojo. Playing that morning, labored breathing that night with an enlarged heart and fluid throughout his chest. He peacefully crossed the rainbow bridge but left a hole in our hearts as we really didn't think we wouldn't be bringing him home that night. ๐Ÿ˜ฟ ๐ŸŒˆ. We almost lost Venus in 2013 from a urinary tract infection turned full blockage, (blockage almost unheard of in females). The only "off" thing we noticed was one of the 3 cats was peeing in random places but we thought it was behavioral because of foster kittens in the house. Learning from experience, if we could go back in time we would have taken all 3 in to be checked. We assumed it was territorial marking & we were wrong! Never assume, always get them checked. We were fortunate that we found her when we did & her vet saved her life after 4 days in the hospital. ๐Ÿ™ This mentality was helpful with Halo just recently who had a watery eye that she was squinting. We didn't waste time even though we could've assumed it was just an allergy or something that got in her eye. We got her to the vet the same day. It turned out to be glaucoma & was causing her excruciating pain though she was hiding it well. In honor and memory of Mojo we wanted to share these stories with you on nationalcatday in the hopes that it will spread awareness, saving you and your furbaby an emotional and painful experience that might be avoidable if you know how serious the slightest-mildest looking symptom can be. Their stories are detailed on past posts. Halo's is 9-2016, Mojo 10-2014, and Venus 10-2013 Give your kitties an extra treat and extra chin scratches today. ๐Ÿ˜ฝ missyoumojo twoyearsgone foreverinourhearts knowthesigns nationalcatday
Squinting: We will miss
 Mojo 2008-10129204
Today is National Cat Day. ๐Ÿ˜บ . It's also a bitter sweet day because exactly 2 years ago today our beloved Mojo was taken from us suddenly due to cardiomyopathy. He was only 6. ๐Ÿ˜ฟโค๏ธ. In his memory and in honor of National Cat Day, we'd like to emphasize the importance of taking action the minute you notice odd behavior from your pets. They are so tough and good at hiding pain, by the time they show symptoms it's often too late with some of these diseases and illnesses. This was the case with Mojo. Playing that morning, labored breathing that night with an enlarged heart and fluid throughout his chest. He peacefully crossed the rainbow bridge but left a hole in our hearts as we really didn't think we wouldn't be bringing him home that night. ๐Ÿ˜ฟ ๐ŸŒˆ. We almost lost Venus in 2013 from a urinary tract infection turned full blockage, (blockage almost unheard of in females). The only "off" thing we noticed was one of the 3 cats was peeing in random places but we thought it was behavioral because of foster kittens in the house. Learning from experience, if we could go back in time we would have taken all 3 in to be checked. We assumed it was territorial marking & we were wrong! Never assume, always get them checked. We were fortunate that we found her when we did & her vet saved her life after 4 days in the hospital. ๐Ÿ™ This mentality was helpful with Halo just recently who had a watery eye that she was squinting. We didn't waste time even though we could've assumed it was just an allergy or something that got in her eye. We got her to the vet the same day. It turned out to be glaucoma & was causing her excruciating pain though she was hiding it well. In honor and memory of Mojo we wanted to share these stories with you on nationalcatday in the hopes that it will spread awareness, saving you and your furbaby an emotional and painful experience that might be avoidable if you know how serious the slightest-mildest looking symptom can be. Their stories are detailed on past posts. Halo's is 9-2016, Mojo 10-2014, and Venus 10-2013 Give your kitties an extra treat and extra chin scratches today. ๐Ÿ˜ฝ missyoumojo twoyearsgone foreverinourhearts knowthesigns nationalcatday

Today is National Cat Day. ๐Ÿ˜บ . It's also a bitter sweet day because exactly 2 years ago today our beloved Mojo was taken from us suddenly...

Squinting: What is the laziest thing you've ever done? I was once on a US military ship, having breakfast in the wardroom (officers lounge) when the Operations Officer (OPS) walks in. This guy was the definition of NOT a morning person; he's still half asleep, bleary eyed... basically a zombie with a bagel. He sits down across from me to eat his bagel and is just barely conscious. My back is to the outboard side of the ship, and the morning sun is blazing in one of the portholes putting a big bright-ass circle of light right on his barely conscious face. He's squinting and chewing and basically just remembering how to be alive for today. It's painful to watch. But then zombie-OPS stops chewing, slowly picks up the phone, and dials the bridge. In his well-known I'm-still-totally-asleep voice, he says "heeeey. It's OPS. Could you... shift our barpat... yeah, one six five. Thanks." And puts the phone down. And then he just sits there. Squinting. Waiting. And then, ever so slowly, I realize that that big blazing spot of sun has begun to slide off the zombie's face and onto the wall behind him. After a moment it clears his face and he blinks slowly a few times and the brilliant beauty of what I've just witnessed begins to overwhelm me. By ordering the bridge to adjust the ship's back-and-forth patrol by about 15 degrees, he's changed our course just enough to reposition the sun off of his face. He's literally just redirected thousands of tons of steel and hundreds of people so that he could get the sun out of his eyes while he eats his bagel. I am in awe. He slowly picks up his bagel and for a moment I'm terrified at the thought that his own genius may escape him, that he may never appreciate the epic brilliance of his laziness (since he's not going to wake up for another hour). But between his next bites he pauses, looks at me, and gives me the faintest, sly grin, before returning to gnaw slowly on his zombie bagel. Mention The Laziest Thing Youโ€™ve Ever Done
Squinting: What is the laziest thing you've
 ever done?
 I was once on a US military ship, having breakfast in the
 wardroom (officers lounge) when the Operations Officer (OPS)
 walks in. This guy was the definition of NOT a morning person;
 he's still half asleep, bleary eyed... basically a zombie with a
 bagel. He sits down across from me to eat his bagel and is just
 barely conscious. My back is to the outboard side of the ship,
 and the morning sun is blazing in one of the portholes putting a
 big bright-ass circle of light right on his barely conscious face.
 He's squinting and chewing and basically just remembering how
 to be alive for today. It's painful to watch.
 But then zombie-OPS stops chewing, slowly picks up the
 phone, and dials the bridge. In his well-known
 I'm-still-totally-asleep voice, he says "heeeey. It's OPS. Could
 you... shift our barpat... yeah, one six five. Thanks." And puts
 the phone down. And then he just sits there. Squinting. Waiting.
 And then, ever so slowly, I realize that that big blazing spot of
 sun has begun to slide off the zombie's face and onto the wall
 behind him. After a moment it clears his face and he blinks
 slowly a few times and the brilliant beauty of what I've just
 witnessed begins to overwhelm me. By ordering the bridge to
 adjust the ship's back-and-forth patrol by about 15 degrees,
 he's changed our course just enough to reposition the sun off of
 his face. He's literally just redirected thousands of tons of steel
 and hundreds of people so that he could get the sun out of his
 eyes while he eats his bagel. I am in awe.
 He slowly picks up his bagel and for a moment I'm terrified at
 the thought that his own genius may escape him, that he may
 never appreciate the epic brilliance of his laziness (since he's
 not going to wake up for another hour). But between his next
 bites he pauses, looks at me, and gives me the faintest, sly grin,
 before returning to gnaw slowly on his zombie bagel.
Mention The Laziest Thing Youโ€™ve Ever Done

Mention The Laziest Thing Youโ€™ve Ever Done

Squinting: when you're checking someone out and they catch you JUST SQUINT YOUR EYES AND BE REALLY INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ON THE CEILING, THEY'LL NEVER SUSPECT ANYTHING (Tw: @girlposts)
Squinting: when you're checking someone
 out and they catch you
JUST SQUINT YOUR EYES AND BE REALLY INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ON THE CEILING, THEY'LL NEVER SUSPECT ANYTHING (Tw: @girlposts)

JUST SQUINT YOUR EYES AND BE REALLY INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ON THE CEILING, THEY'LL NEVER SUSPECT ANYTHING (Tw: @girlposts)

Squinting: What is the laziest thing you've ever done? I was once on a US military ship, having breakfast in the wardroom (officers lounge) when the Operations Officer (OPS) walks in. This guy was the definition of NOT a morning person; he's still half asleep, bleary eyed... basically a zombie with a bagel. He sits down across from me to eat his bagel and is just barely conscious. My back is to the outboard side of the ship, and the morning sun is blazing in one of the portholes putting a big bright-ass circle of light right on his barely conscious face. He's squinting and chewing and basically just remembering how to be alive for today. It's painful to watch. But then zombie-OPS stops chewing, slowly picks up the phone, and dials the bridge. In his well-known I'm-still-totally-asleep voice, he says "heeeey. It's OPS. Could you... shift our barpat... yeah, one six five. Thanks." And puts the phone down. And then he just sits there. Squinting. Waiting. And then, ever so slowly, I realize that that big blazing spot of sun has begun to slide off the zombie's face and onto the wall behind him. After a moment it clears his face and he blinks slowly a few times and the brilliant beauty of what I've just witnessed begins to overwhelm me. By ordering the bridge to adjust the ship's back-and-forth patrol by about 15 degrees, he's changed our course just enough to reposition the sun off of his face. He's literally just redirected thousands of tons of steel and hundreds of people so that he could get the sun out of his eyes while he eats his bagel. I am in awe. He slowly picks up his bagel and for a moment I'm terrified at the thought that his own genius may escape him, that he may never appreciate the epic brilliance of his laziness (since he's not going to wake up for another hour). But between his next bites he pauses, looks at me, and gives me the faintest, sly grin, before returning to gnaw slowly on his zombie bagel. รœber Humor 'm afraid I just blue myself. Lazy Navy Officerhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com
Squinting: What is the laziest thing you've
 ever done?
 I was once on a US military ship, having breakfast in the
 wardroom (officers lounge) when the Operations Officer (OPS)
 walks in. This guy was the definition of NOT a morning person;
 he's still half asleep, bleary eyed... basically a zombie with a
 bagel. He sits down across from me to eat his bagel and is just
 barely conscious. My back is to the outboard side of the ship,
 and the morning sun is blazing in one of the portholes putting a
 big bright-ass circle of light right on his barely conscious face.
 He's squinting and chewing and basically just remembering how
 to be alive for today. It's painful to watch.
 But then zombie-OPS stops chewing, slowly picks up the
 phone, and dials the bridge. In his well-known
 I'm-still-totally-asleep voice, he says "heeeey. It's OPS. Could
 you... shift our barpat... yeah, one six five. Thanks." And puts
 the phone down. And then he just sits there. Squinting. Waiting.
 And then, ever so slowly, I realize that that big blazing spot of
 sun has begun to slide off the zombie's face and onto the wall
 behind him. After a moment it clears his face and he blinks
 slowly a few times and the brilliant beauty of what I've just
 witnessed begins to overwhelm me. By ordering the bridge to
 adjust the ship's back-and-forth patrol by about 15 degrees,
 he's changed our course just enough to reposition the sun off of
 his face. He's literally just redirected thousands of tons of steel
 and hundreds of people so that he could get the sun out of his
 eyes while he eats his bagel. I am in awe.
 He slowly picks up his bagel and for a moment I'm terrified at
 the thought that his own genius may escape him, that he may
 never appreciate the epic brilliance of his laziness (since he's
 not going to wake up for another hour). But between his next
 bites he pauses, looks at me, and gives me the faintest, sly grin,
 before returning to gnaw slowly on his zombie bagel.
 รœber Humor 'm afraid I just blue myself.
Lazy Navy Officerhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com

Lazy Navy Officerhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com