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Feral Cat News - April 3, 2008 by LFC
April 4th 08 01:10 AM
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New Puppy. Need Help. Separation anxiety. by MS
We don't want the dog to learn that she'll get her way by barking, scratching, and banging on the door. She needs to learn to sit patiently. I don't think I'm expecting a lot. My childhood dog just played outside as long as we left her out. We have a plethora of toys for our dog, both inside...
April 3rd 08 11:01 PM
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Goils .... by cybercat
I resent! However, I sent to the right emails in the first place, so I have no idea if these will to through ... Loosen those spam filters! :) -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
April 3rd 08 05:41 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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22 Y.O. Siamese Cat Losing Balance by Richard[_2_]
My cat is very old, maybe even 23. She still eats and drinks ok, but takes longer to drink water. The problem has been going on for a few months. And it is really bad now. She can't seem to walk straight and lisps over to the side. Even when she attempts to clean her legs, she will sometimes...
April 2nd 08 09:39 PM
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Menu Foods announces settlement by MaryL
Menu Foods Income Fund announced it has agreed to settle lawsuits with pet owners. I'm skeptical of the process, and this can never make up for the loss of all the cats and dogs that were sickened or died, but I'm glad to see that there will be at least *some* level of accountability. One...
April 2nd 08 12:34 AM
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urinary blockage by Wendy
Is it necessary to use prescription wet food for a cat who's blocked or will any quality wet food do as well? The cat has been to the vet, been unblocked and sent home on antibiotics and anti-spasmodics. W
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April 2nd 08 12:09 AM
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House torn apart to get cat trapped in ceiling by stonej
Hope this video comes through OK. http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2008/03/28/vetscher.cat.in.wall.KNXV
April 1st 08 07:15 PM
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What? You're Still Stinking The House Out With Cat Litter? Are YouNUTS? by Guru Spy
According to a recent survey, 69% of cat owners report that their cat's litter tray is the worst part about actually owning a cat. Hard to argue with that. This statistic also explains why a further 45% of cat owners find the presence of a cat litter tray to be embarrassing when having...
April 1st 08 06:15 PM
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Rough morning by dabanana1
So I awoke this morning at 6:00 am to Lucky meowing and scratching at my door and the surrounding carpet to my bedroom. He does this every morning and this is his way of telling me that he is ready for breakfast. (however, never THIS early). I am not to keen on this though. He can't sleep in my...
April 1st 08 02:25 PM
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Help converting outside cat to inside cat by Talker
Two weeks ago I lost my 11 year old cat, Lucky, to an infection which led to organ failure. She wandered into our yard one day and stayed. She wasn't reaaly an outside cat. It was obvious she was an inside cat that someone dumped at the school next door. She was so skinny and malnourished -...
April 1st 08 04:07 AM
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Spinal Injury (long) by [email protected]
I'm a first time poster, but a long time reader of this group. I was hoping to know what you all think about this situation. Galt, my year and a half year old rescue cat, has occasionally fallen off my entertainment center (as she looks out the window). She has always been fine, except this last...
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March 31st 08 08:57 PM
by Ginni Go to last post
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Stomatitis and Hill's Prescription Diet T/D by [email protected]
My senior male has been diagnosed with stomatits, and I've been trying to read up on it. I'd appreciate any tips, advice, etc. Does anyone have opinions on Hill's Prescription Diet T/D? This hasn't been recommended to me yet, but I read about it and was wondering if it might be beneficial. I also...
March 31st 08 08:41 PM
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Royal Canin Green Peas and Lamb by cybercat
Okay, so Gracie has ESG (allergy syndrome) and asthma. She had been getting Depo Medrol shots as rarely as twice a year, and was doing well, no lesions on the backs of her legs, no "rodent ulcer," little itchiness. But recently she has needed shots every three months or so. We want to keep them...
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March 31st 08 07:20 PM
by CatNipped[_2_] Go to last post
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Kitty's hungry, won't eat by Monte
11 year old male, neutered. He was diabetic for a couple of years, but at the first of the year his diabetes cured itself. Since then, he's lost a couple of pounds, and doesn't seem to want to eat. He went to the vet yesterday, and a series of blood tests and urinalysis showed normal. One liver...
March 31st 08 05:14 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Tuck and St Louis by [email protected]
HOWEDY diddler you pathetic, semi-litterlate daughter of a English teacher, you miserable stinkin rotten lyin animal murderin punk thug coward active accute chronic life long incurable malignant maliciHOWES MENTAL CASE and PROFESSIONAL dog trainin FRAUD, SCAM ARTIST, BACKYARD PUPPY-MILLER, and...
March 31st 08 04:33 PM
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100% cure for heart diseases by [email protected]
You should always keep in mind that whatever actions you do today can either help to prevent, delay or minimize the effect of heart disease or worsen it. The key is to control risk factors. Granted that you cannot control every risk factor for heart disease such as family history but you can...
March 31st 08 12:16 PM
by kazza Go to last post
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Maintain your health by Gungun
Have a look at the link on how to take care of your health: http://www.tech2mgr.com/business/health.htm This is a lovely link with articles being updated nearly daily. Found it pretty interesting.... Enjoy Reading........ Thanks, Gungun.
March 31st 08 11:51 AM
by kazza Go to last post
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liver full information by swetha123
Liver Transplant http://medicals-shop.blogspot.com/2008/03/liver-transplant.html Treatment of Liver Spots http://medicals-shop.blogspot.com/2008/03/treatment-of-liver-spots.html Causes and Risk Factors of Liver...
March 31st 08 09:00 AM
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6 Ways to Prevent Destructive Chewing by [email protected]
On Mar 31, 12:44 am, Mark Shaw wrote: FurPaw wrote: Melinda Shore wrote: In article , Judith Althouse wrote: I believe our encylopedia was EB also,...
March 31st 08 05:59 AM
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6 Ways to Prevent Destructive Chewing by [email protected]
Of curse, the fastest way to get ANY child or dog to NATURALLY WANT TO DO ANY THING is to tell them THEY CAN'T DO THAT {}: ~ ) Perhaps your daddy wasn't the ignorameHOWES you thought?? Naaaah... BWEEEAAAHAAAHAAA~!~!~! On Mar 30, 10:49 pm, "tiny dancer" wrote:
March 31st 08 05:44 AM
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