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What is the best way to poison a cat? by Dave W.
Mad Hatter Bad pussy would rather do that, than speak those words face to face to any cat lover. Ironic, he really is a pussy. Dave W. Portsmouth UK. snipped why don't you try it out on yourself first, and let us know how it
August 20th 04 03:24 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Ping: Phil. Kenzie by Gandalf
"Phil P." wrote in message ... "Gandalf" wrote in message ... Kenzie, my 14 year old Calico cat, has been on Clavomox (ammoxicillin) since the...
March 12th 10 11:40 AM
by Gandalf Go to last post
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Sharpening nail clippers? by ensoul
Can this be done? My set of trimmers are about a year old, they're for cats..duh : ) they're losing there sharpenss, I have knive and scissors sharpners and being a cook by training I know how impaortant is for them to sharp a dull blade is more dangerous because it can slip, then you do have...
May 7th 07 02:28 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Cat Litter Question by Rockinghorse Winner[_5_]
Shopping for cat litter, I notice that there are two basic kinds of the non clumping kind (the cheap kind!): regualar and scented (multi-cat). I am confused as to why it is marketed this way. wouldn't the highly scented kind be the preferable type for MOST cat owners, whether they have 1,2,...
April 13th 11 03:21 AM
by Gz Go to last post
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Cats and soy products by [email protected]
Cat health experts: Does anyone know if soy is good/bad/harmless for cats? This would include edamame, tofu, and maybe soy milk. Not soy sauce, though. And I'm not referring to soy mixed into cat food for bulk. I'm asking this question for a friend, so I don't know all the details. But she...
March 5th 09 10:43 AM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Is De-clawing a US thing? by Jeannie
I was just wondering but is de-clawing cats particular to the US? I live in the UK and until I subscribed to this newsgroup, I didn't even know that you COULD have your cat de-clawed! Needless to say, I am totally against the idea but I have never heard of anyone here who has ever come across...
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December 13th 03 10:36 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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My Cat Won't Enter Half the House by gamincat
I have an adopted female 3 year old cat, Mandy, that I have owned since Jan.. 1st of 2012. She reportedly was an outdoor, feral cat (her ear is notched) but is very socialized to people - very sweet. They told me she would be shy to explore the house and to let her take her time. So it has been 8...
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October 10th 12 09:16 PM
by gamincat Go to last post
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Cat Claw Ripped Out by Bgarland2011
Is there anything that can be done for a cat that has ripped out one of his front claws? My cat seems to have ripped out one of the claws on his front left paw. Until last night he had seemed fine even after this happened. He wasn't limping, was still very playful, and still continued to jump...
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August 21st 06 05:01 PM
by yngver Go to last post
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Can Canaural Ear Drops be used to treat inflamed / infected chin? by Cat Guy
The ingredients in Canaural Ear Drops seems ideal for most types of skin irritations like moderate to severe chin acne in cats. Does anyone know any reason why it can't or should be used for such a purpose? Diethanolamine Fusidate 5 mg Framycetin Sulphate 5 mg Nystatin 100,000...
June 19th 11 05:11 PM
by MaryL[_2_] Go to last post
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Declawing etc Illegal in Rome by PawsForThought
Rules aimed at protecting animals' rights are praised by activists, but can the city really enforce them? By Tracy Wilkinson Times Staff Writer November 9, 2005 ROME * In the greater animal kingdom, the plight of the little
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November 24th 05 12:59 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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IVD for struvite, any experience? by Patricia
My Farfou has been diagnosed with struvite crystals. After 5 days at the vet he came back home. I am supposed to feed him Hill's c/d prescription diet but he refused to touch it and it has been 3 days now ... He is hungry and would actually eat his normal dry and wet food. I try to lure him with...
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June 19th 04 03:06 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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Surprisingly Aggressive Behavior by Older Kitten Towards New Kitten by Jonny R
We currently have a 6 month old ragdoll cat (Hummy - male) who's been with us for 3 months now. On Monday we brought back home a 3 month old ragdoll cat (Normy - male) that we purchased from the same breeder. We were expecting for things to go fairly smoothly given that: *Hummy is only 6 months...
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June 25th 04 02:39 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Woman Let's Go Of Cat To Survive by Cat Protector
A woman in this story due to the floodwaters caused by Hurricane Ivan actually let her cat's cage (yes with the cat inside) go so she could survive. This is horrible. It just goes to show you that some people care more about themselves in a crisis situation. Her response about the whole situation...
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September 21st 04 08:08 PM
by Bluesman Go to last post
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Getting cat to use scratching post? by [email protected]
I'm the one who has considered bringing in a stray, and did not want to declaw her. Before I commit to letting her in full time, I've been letting her in for short periods (an hour or so), supervised. I bought a sisal scratching post, and one of those cardboard horizontal scratching pads. When...
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November 24th 03 09:10 AM
by Marek Williams Go to last post
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Cat pooping on floor but peeing in litter box by Myannoyingcat990
I have a 13 year-old cat who up until 2 months ago would always poop and pee in her litter box but then suddenly she began to only pee in her box. And now sometimes she even pees on the floor. She doesn't even poop near her litter box. What can I do?
April 21st 06 08:39 AM
by Ajanta Go to last post
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"Science Diet" Hairball Control Sensitivity by Alaininsd
Hello All! We've got two tabbies, Spirit and Angel, each is about 3 years of age. They both eat the same food but Angel has an on-again, off-again sensitivity to the above food. Sometimes she'll go two weeks without vomiting, another time it's twice a day! It always comes up yellow...so we presume...
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October 26th 03 04:42 PM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Unbelievable price for litter by John Doe[_2_]
http://www.chewy.com/tidy-cats-scoop-247-performance/dp/105877 A 40 pound box of Tidy Cats litter with free shipping for $11 (US). They have got to be kidding. It's been unbelievably low before, but that's just ridiculous. There is no way on Earth they can make a profit. So what are they doing?
July 24th 16 06:54 AM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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cat has dandruff and oily fur at the same time?? by Peg
Hello everyone - I have a cat with fairly long hair. I have to comb her frequently to get the knots out of her fur, especially on her back. I have had to take her to the vet to have her shaved twice, when the fur became so matted I feared I was going to rip her skin right off if I tried to comb...
September 8th 07 04:54 PM
by Peg Go to last post
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Whipped Cream by bjdavis
I have a three (3) year old Tabby cat that loves whipped cream! He expects to eat it every evening as a 'treat'. Is whipped cream safe for cats?
May 21st 07 03:51 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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PENNSYLVANIA: Rabies Medical Exemption Action Alert by Kris L. Christine
PENNSYLVANIA: Rabies Medical Exemption Action Alert -- Pennsylvania pet owners have initiated an effort to get a rabies medical exemption clause inserted into the Pennsylvania Rabies Code. Below is a copy of the letter I have faxed to the Pennsylvania State Veterinarian and below that is a copy...
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July 10th 13 10:53 AM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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