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Sweetie Pie needs some purrs by Mike Mayers
She vomited in the litter box on Sunday and hasn't eaten since then. I took her to the vet this morning after chasing her around the house for over half an hour. She got an antibiotic shot and 100cc of saline solution for dehydration. I took her home with a bottle of medicine to give her twice...
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September 1st 14 11:44 PM
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Interesting dichotomy during The War For Southern Independence by французький mangeur de viande de cheval
Interesting dichotomy during The War For Southern Independence (1861-1865): During some time of The War US Gen US Grant owned slaves after Gen Robert E Lee CSA had freed his slaves "...Julia Dent Grant (wife of Gen.US Grant*) came from a slave-owning family and was an apologist for slavery...
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Sweetie Pie goes to the vet again tomorrow - if I can catch her. by Mike Mayers
She is eating small amounts of Fancy Feast but not enough. She is still hiding under my bed. I have been able to get her out for her medicine so far but she is not herself. I am very concerned.
September 1st 14 09:18 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Every way the 'wind' blows... by Mark Edwards
I was cuddling with Little Feet, when he let out a loud *braaaap*! I said, "Little Feet, you farted!" Senyah heard me and started laughing. She told me it was not the first time. Hugs and Purrs, Mark
September 1st 14 12:25 AM
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get your cats fixed already jeezE! by Matt Ferrari[_4_]
sad really, I hope they get adopted. http://start.localnet.com/article.php?category=offbeat&article=0daf2cb18b374258b84bb229930236e1 Person drops off about 100 tuxedo cats at shelter The Associated Press NOVATO, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco Chronicle (http://bit.ly/1Bm6coH ) reports that...
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August 31st 14 08:01 PM
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Impatient tiger by Mark Edwards
I'm cooking shrimp linguini for supper, and Little Feet informs me that shrimp linguini would suit him very well. Vocally. At the top of his lungs. For half an hour. So I ladle out my and Senyah's portions and put the pan in the sink. Little Feet is on the counter next to the sink, gingerly...
August 31st 14 06:30 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Melisande at the vet - unknown illness by EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque)
She's had blood in her stool for a couple of weeks, now. Except for sleeping a bit more than usual (but shes 16 years old,and quite arthritic), she's not acting ill. She and Cendrillon still chase each other around the apartment, and she's certainly right there eager for her dinner when I feed...
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August 31st 14 06:26 PM
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Stocked up by Mark Edwards
I think we are stocked up on a few vital items. And Apache (The Flash!!!) decided she needed to be in the picture. Little Feet just looks around to see what I'm...
August 31st 14 12:43 AM
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Breakthrough! by Joy
As I've mentioned, I recently adopted Koala, a four-month-old feral cat. He needed medication for the first couple of weeks, so he saw no reason to be trusting. He's been spending most of his time under the bed, and never coming out of the room where I first had him sequestered. I've been...
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August 28th 14 12:10 AM
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All About the Princess Rita by Jane[_3_]
Rita has her own BCT now. Remember way back when I mentioned that she didn't like any food in gravy, that she preferred the pate type of food, AND I had to mash it with a fork? Yeah, she's over that now. Suddenly she decides that she doesn't like pate all that much and she'd rather have gravy. ...
August 27th 14 04:07 PM
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I think the badboycat is gone by Christina Websell
Phew. Boyfie seems safe meatloafing on his freezer now. He just loves the freezer so he has a nice quilt on top of it. but a bad tomcat came in and attacked him, which is not nice since he was minding his own business in his own house. Cost me 50 quid at the vet. I think that cat was passing...
August 26th 14 06:42 PM
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Rhett is doing better by Cheryl[_3_]
The lysine is doing the trick. It never occurred to me that this was viral. I really thought it was something stuck in his throat. Anyway, he was vomiting a little so I stopped the antibiotics and will let the vet know tomorrow. He's almost finished with them anyway. He has been getting his...
August 26th 14 06:15 AM
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Sadness: Persia's Cremains are at the Vet by jmcquown[_2_]
They called and told me the service they use for cremation returned her ashes to them. I said I'm sorry, I cannot bring myself to come pick them up just yet. They completely understand. Four years ago, when she was allergic to the medication for hyperthyroid, I purchased a small funerary urn...
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August 26th 14 02:16 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Dave's dream by Lesley Madigan
Is this a sign? I popped out today (as of when did I stop celebrating payday by having a hedonistic spree and start celebrating it by treating myself to a very good toaster? I've got a cheap 2-slice model that works just fine but we eat a lot of toast and I've got sick of doing some for Dave and...
August 25th 14 08:44 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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being welcomed back by Jack Campin
We were away for a week at Whitby Folk Week and had friends from London looking after the house and the furballs. The fluffs were all well enough, but we woke up the morning after we got back with all three of them peering at us from inches away and purring. And as soon as Marion had emptied her...
August 25th 14 08:32 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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." If you want to be aggressive, we're going to be aggressive...We'vegot the biggest, baddest gang in town...a committed group of citizens and acommitted government." Who dun sayed dat? by французький mangeur de viande de cheval
"If you want to be aggressive, we're going to be aggressive...We've got the biggest, baddest gang in town...a committed group of citizens and a committed government." Who dun sayed dat? It's googleable
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Second fiddle by Mark Edwards
Normally, when I come home from wherever, I open the door and announce, "I'm hooome!". Apache usually greets me at the door, and vocalizes a meow that sounds an awful lot like "I'm home too!" Yesterday, I came home from the store, and nobody was there to greet me! Senyah was feeding Fancy...
August 24th 14 09:10 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Boyfie & Tigger hit the road.. by Christina Websell
this afternoon, on the way to TED's for their annual booster injections and health check. It was a cat's chorus of meows all the way there. Those meows sound liKe "NO,NO,NO" quite different from ordinary meows. We saw Alison-the-vet, so called because once there were 3 Alisons working there. ...
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August 24th 14 12:14 AM
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Rhett and cat viral disease by Cheryl[_3_]
Poor Rhett has been coughing strangely, and he has coughed so much that he lost his voice. To the vet yesterday and she had a hard time seeing into his throat but did manage to see a large white abscess. She said it was pretty far down his throat. She has initially diagnosed it as viral,...
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August 23rd 14 09:42 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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A rare event - holding Bonnie by Cheryl[_3_]
Yes, still feral after all these years. I guess feral is the wrong word now after 10 years, but I still can't pick her up. It is necessary at times though, mostly to check her body for problems, her claws in particular. She's had a history of claws growing so long they curl over and get stuck...
August 21st 14 05:23 AM
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