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Excellent job! I've had one of these setups for about a year now, and the cats tolerate it. I bought a 4 liter plastic CD box from Office Depot for the bowl and added a piece of plastic tubing so that it draws water from the very bottom. The cats took about a month to "trust" it enough that I could leave it as their only source of water. Other than the breaking in period, they have never given me any grief about it. I scrub it clean every month or so and replace the filter every other month (or so) and it has worked faithfully (and silently) with no issues whatsoever. Thanks!
I can appreciate what you are saying. The low carb thing was suggested as a shortcut to drop the fat and it definitely is working out great. I do miss the carbs. And I have a vacation I'm taking next weekend so I'll be back to eating for a week. The caloric deficit is what I plan to do after cutting a bit more. Its the only way to maintain after low carb. While I may have alot to learn, this is working. I do 5 low carb days below 30 grams and weekends are a free for all. But I try to behave moderately at least. I also agree I'd have more energy if I had more carbs. What would you change if you where in my spot? I probably have a bit less fat that your pre cycle pic. And my stomach feels rock hard underneath my fat. And trust me. I've had way more fat. Before my Pre first cycle I was a fat man in the making at 220lb. I was soft all over. And in my opinion everything came together at exactly the right time in life. I'm 203lb now and my body is completely built differently.