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Faye posts on 4/17/2013 12:48:50 AM Hi everyone, I have read all of Deric's books and have purchased his dvd's through Amazon and constantly recommend both to anyone who will listen. I have had two people say thank you for passing him on. I don't have any cats at the moment, only two dogs through circumstances, but my daughter traps, spays and vaccinates ferals and strays and rehomes them, she currently has 13 in her unit and spends hours finding good homes for them and still manages to work full time and raise my beautiful granddaughter. Her entire back year is enclosed and has a cat jungle gym and plants everywhere for them to play. I was wondering if any lady would like to correspond with me, I live in Adelaide, South Australia and will be visiting Buckingham, Dorking and Chepstow in May and June, my ninth visit to the UK and it's not long to go now. Kind regards, Faye
Jenny posts on 4/16/2013 8:22:23 PM Thanks Audrey. Best wishes to all depression sufferers, all Deric lovers, and to Deric, Aileen and all their family.
Liz from Buxton posts on 4/16/2013 8:51:35 AM For what it's worth, my sympathy goes out to all who suffer with depression. I don't experience it in a major way, and usually only if I allow myself to become chronically tired, but it's horrible when it strikes even at that low level. I wonder whether the cats are licking the Deep Heat and Radian B because they get a buzz from it on their sensitive tongues? I can't think of any other reason for it. Love to all and to Deric and family.

audrey posts on 4/16/2013 6:12:24 AM hi, jenny I will try to find a way,hope you are all O.K. audrey
Jenny posts on 4/15/2013 8:33:46 PM We are quite a bunch aren't we! Audrey, thank you for such a kind offer to talk. Any idea how we can do that without publishing our email addresses on this forum (NO OFFENCE to anyone else - please, please, please don't take it. I am just paranoid about security.) 'Sugarbees', sorry things are not so good for you. Love to Deric and Aileen.
audrey posts on 4/14/2013 9:18:16 AM hi all,sorry to hear all your trauma's jenny wish I could help you I'm in the same boat, have been for years have you anyone that understands to help you? we could always email if it is private but don't feel under pressure to reply,sugarbees sorry about you sister but maybe she is more comfortable being in hospital at present I know I was, and it is hard to adjust when you come out! if I can help in anyway just ask.we are a funny lot us deppresants and talking can help. Love to you all and Deric
Jenny posts on 4/14/2013 8:44:54 AM Mine licks my trousers when iv used Radion B on my knees.
jim posts on 4/13/2013 7:12:43 PM why is my cat licking "deep heat" I have applied for a sore shoulder ?????
sugeebas posts on 4/10/2013 3:19:03 PM Oh Jim, that sounds familiar. Hi everyone. Haven't posted for a while, sorry, have been fighting my own demons. My sister back in hospital, we've had problems and stress a plenty, then to top it all Maddie has taken up 24/7 residence in our garden to be absolutely sure that Ginger does not get a paw into the garden or a meal. She really has it in for him. It's cloak and dagger stuff here. Us keeping a continuous lookout for him so we can sneak him a meal and him trying to sneak past Maddie. He is looking well fed, so he must also be fed elsewhere. Love to you all, Susan.
jim posts on 4/10/2013 10:25:25 AM He rubbed and nudged and eazed and squeezed with back and flank and cheek and chin ...
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