Hi everyone. Squeak update - no change. He came to us very thin and never really gained, even after worm pills. Over these last two years, we have tried the very large dog cage, carriers, and a few homemade traps, but he has never ventured into one, even for the 3 cans a day plus dry food he used to eat.
We would have to literally grab him and try to get him into a carrier. The only vet willing to take an unhandled feral is the 88 year old that saw Bud. We waited an hour in the waiting room with Bud crying, and that is typical for his practice. For the very first time in two years, he stayed all day. Budman kept him company. I got within 5 feet and he would try to get up so I left him alone and just offered food and drink, which was not taken. Today, he ate a few mouthfuls and left, hasn't returned yet.
I would like your suggestions for a magnetic board to hold charts. I use LoRan but it's not large enough at 8 x10 to hold the complete page. I have to readjust if I need to make a note in the margin which I do often. I have the LoRan stand and like it, but before I order the 12x18 size, I checked online for options. I'm fairly sure Mark can cut the board in half and sand the edge which would give me two 9 x 12. Perfect. Is there a product you like better? I found several nice options but all were on international Ebay. I wonder why DMC's magnet board is only sold overseas?
Anyway, I really like the Magma from Knitter's Pride (comes in two sizes). It folds and snaps shut and there is a pocket and pen loop on the backside. Very nice looking. The only places that featured it were yarn shops and I don't know why.
They have two models, the Simplex doesn't fold and has an easel back.
This other (Prop-it) looks nice too but I don't think you can adjust the angle for viewing. I'll probably get the LoRan large size and the large folding Magma. Haven't found much else but I remember seeing other options on your blogs. Of course I made note of the product, but notes vanish. Always.
Please let me know of anything else you feel is a handy dandy upright chart holder, large enough for a full page. Remember when charts used to be on heavy stock full size leaflets instead of regular paper? Ah. Days of old.
Have a great day!!