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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
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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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Health-care insurance gaps affect all of us by coffeer
WASHINGTON -- Maria Gomez knows firsthand the devastation that can hit families who don't have health insurance. Gomez is chief executive of Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care in Washington, D.C. The clinic serves Latinos who have no insurance or are underinsured. The fact that 47...
March 31st 08 03:01 AM
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New Legal Status for Animals in NC by cybercat
This made me happy I live in NC. http://wral.com/news/state/story/2649115/ -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
March 30th 08 08:59 PM
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How the cat wakes you up in the morning by Noon Cat Nick
March 30th 08 04:03 PM
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hair comes out in chunks when pulled by robro
I have an indoor only cat (lives at my office after being evicted from the house by my wife almost 2 years ago). He's a long hair about 8 years old. I'm not normally in the habit of grooming him as he hates being brushed so I've just let him be for the most part. This past week though I decided...
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March 29th 08 08:02 PM
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Feral Cat News - March 29, 2008 by LFC
March 29th 08 07:39 PM
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Thanks - Plus more info request by [email protected]
Hey, Thanks for the information. This is top-notch. Can you let me know any free resources online where I can get some more info? Web 2.0 or quiz related sites would be great. Its for a thesis and site content ideas. Many Thanks. Mary Murphy Skin Care Search Engine
March 28th 08 09:02 PM
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Feral Cat News - March 27, 2008 by LFC
March 28th 08 12:36 AM
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Euthanasia experiences: Dry heaving? by David McCracken
My cat was put to sleep today and the vet first injected her with a sedative that was supposed to calm her. In a few moments, however, she began to dry heave. She did this again after they had returned to the room with the catheter installed. Finally, the euthanizing injection came and she...
March 27th 08 06:34 PM
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photos of Mr McGregor at Christmas (ok a bit old but only just roundto uploading them) by bookie
ok ok I know christmas was ages ago but i only really just finished the film and had it developed and got them onto a cd and then it took a while for me to get round to uploading them onto a Picasa site for all to view, but anyway here is the link to my photos of Mr McGregor the tabby puss in his...
March 27th 08 06:14 PM
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Icarus Going Back To The Vet by Cat Protector
It looks like Icarus may be going back to the vet for another possible urinary obstruction. I called the vet and left a message so hopefully I'll get a call back despite it being a Sunday. I've followed all of the vet's instructions and he gets canned food quite often every day and also gets...
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March 27th 08 06:08 PM
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allergies and zyrtec dark urine and diflucan difference betweenphentermine and phentermine by [email protected]
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March 27th 08 10:01 AM
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Foreclosures slam doors on pets, too by Gregory Morrow[_3_]
cyberrat wrote: Foreclosures slam doors on pets, too *http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/environment/2008-03-24-foreclosur.... By Sharon L. Peters, Special for USA TODAY They're arriving by the thousands every month, homeless, hapless victims of foreclosure. Family pets, their lives...
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Feral Cat News - March 26, 2008 by LFC
March 27th 08 02:50 AM
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polyps, steroids, average vet's capabilities by [email protected]
Have about a 10 year old cat. Last vet found an aural polyp that he thinks is mostly responsible for his chronic sneezing, and mucous. He also has a swollen nare that is erythematous, firm, round. It's not a nodule, is smooth and redness increases and decreases with small open sore that...
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March 27th 08 12:14 AM
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neck problems by inluvwith4cats
Hi everyone! I have a cat that is 14 years old and we noticed last night that she walking funny and her head was hanging down looking at the floor the whole time. We don't really notice if she has been eating or drinking water before this but I have been lifting the water bowl up for her so she...
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March 26th 08 11:38 PM
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Purrs for Tigger please by alisont
Tigger had been throwing up a little more than usual (every couple days) and we thought we had it traced to her drinking water in the shower and getting soap but yesterday she started throwing up all day and couldn't keep anything down. I called the emergency vet last night and they said to pull...
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March 26th 08 09:36 PM
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