On May 7, 4:54 am, email@example.com wrote:
Did a gas company ever say it's ok to drink condensate from
their gas? Somehow I think not.
But water from an AC is just moisture from the air and is
I guess you never looked in the bottom of a dehumidifier or
AC. They are never cleaned and accumulate years of dirt,
bacteria or mold. AC drains get clogged by algae or bacteria
causing them to overflow. You'd have to be an idiot
to give that to a pet as a source of drinking water. Are
they automatically going to get sick if they drink it? No.
But neither are they sure to die if you let them run around
outside and cross the street.
On Wed, 09 May 2012 07:00:54 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Fifteen is an easy age for an indoor cat to reach. My brother (a
veterinarian) has seen a number of 30YO cats. Cars, dogs, and disease are
what kill cats. Without those three, they can live a *long* time (as I said,
we had one make it to 21).
Go ahead an laugh! Recent research has shown that those who ate pickles
before 1910 are, today, either dead or have white hair and no teeth.
In attempting to discover the relationship, scientists at Rutgers University
force-fed five pounds of pickles to laboratory rats. Almost immediately, the
test rats developed distended bellies and became lethargic (the already had
Further research is ongoing.
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