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Are sigs allowed here? by Slo' Poke
I jumped the gun and posted without finding the charter.
September 23rd 12 12:44 PM
by ---MIKE--- Go to last post
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Paws by Botolo
Interesting stats. Do you collect them manually or you use some sort of software or online tool?
September 17th 12 11:59 PM
by Kelly Greene[_6_] Go to last post
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gaint litter box by Gail
Many years ago I purchased what was called the Potty Jo litter box. It is huge (25 feet long, 17 feet wide, and 14 feet high). Does anyone know where I can purchase this box or one like it? Thanks in advance. Gail
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September 7th 12 01:47 AM
by LR Gibson Go to last post
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Cat haters... by John Doe
https://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=s_cJ9IFDEtA&page=1 Apparently a cat died from drinking antifreeze. Notice the first comment "At least she will not be ****ting in anyones garden"
September 6th 12 02:49 AM
by Kelly Greene[_5_] Go to last post
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A lasting tribute to a companion and friend by FragSinatra
"Bill Graham" wrote in : Yes. IOW, you use your common sense to avoid problems. I do much the same thing. When there is something that doesn't, "smell good", I just delete it and move on. But there are many who don't...
August 30th 12 10:48 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Welcome in our Health Care blog by [email protected]
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August 24th 12 04:22 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Trauma/Chylothorax/Lymphoma? by Stepanova
Hi everyone! My name is Katya, I'm from Ukraine. I looked for info on Russian vet forums, asked question trying to find out what actually happened with my pour kitty, trying to find some logic in all that nightmare but in vain. So, now I'm here and hope you guys have some strength to tolerate my...
August 23rd 12 03:54 PM
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Master to the rescue by The Doctor
Our tabby Boots deciced to go exploring just before a major thunderstorm moved through. I thought cats can sense said impending danger. Anyways we were hoping he would find his way back on his own. Maybe , maybe not. I found him in the tree line just scared.
August 22nd 12 03:58 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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reasons for drinking/peeing other than diabetes? by Liz
I've noticed that one of our office cats has been drinking & peeing more often. Other than that, I see no difference in her behavior or her eating habits. I have Type 1 diabetes and I've checked her blood sugar a few times. It's always in the 70s (74/75 range). I saw a web site that showed a...
August 15th 12 06:54 PM
by Liz Go to last post
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My cat won't stop begging for food by Dom
It's all in the subject title. To give you a feel for things, my cat will beg (cry, poke at me, search the trash for food) as soon as I get home. I give him a 3oz can of gravy-lovers food, and a bowl of hard food, and he licks up all the gravy in the first and takes a nibble from the second, then...
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August 9th 12 08:10 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Jake got his purr back by Joe King
Hope nobody minds me posting this. It seems kind of strange replying to a posting after 9 years, but I think it may be cathartic ... You can find the original thread, from Aug 2003, he http://groups.google.com/group/rec.pets.cats.health+behav/browse_thread/thread/01c2db4470b8be18 Jake is a...
August 7th 12 03:21 PM
by Joe King Go to last post
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Time Is Running Out For 8 yr Old Declawed Kitty by [email protected]
See Mister Mistopheles' info and photos in his album at http://picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/1022328 It's so awesome that Megan and those who donated for his care were able to save his life! What you've done is truly amazing. Cats and their toes are NOT disposable!
August 6th 12 10:46 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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swat! by The Doctor
USenet lives or the internet dies!! From http://groups.google.com/group/rec.pets.cats.health+behav/about Top posters This month 20 11 7
August 3rd 12 08:35 PM
by FragSinatra Go to last post
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chronic licking on each side of tail has caused loss of hair. by Deb Arsenault
Could this be worms? Vet office recommended trying Benadryl or cortizone shot. deb
August 2nd 12 09:38 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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kidney cancer treatment? by [email protected]
On Friday, May 3, 2002 10:13:36 PM UTC+5:30, Gary C wrote: Our 19-year-old cat was diagnosed with kidney cancer. The vet did an ultrasound and had a specialist look at it also. He says that surgery won't help, and there really isn't anything they can do. They did not do a biopsy because...
August 1st 12 07:43 PM
by MaryL[_2_] Go to last post
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Depo Medro and Personality Change by JazzyPurrs
Hi everyone. I am new and came here because I am so upset about the reaction my sweet Himalayan cat has had to a recent Depo Medro injection. Jaspurr received 20 mg 4 days ago for a skin condition and since then I have lost the happy cat I knew. All I can think of to describe him now is "flat"....
July 26th 12 03:31 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Feline humor? by FragSinatra
Why is it that cats think playing hide and go seek is fun or funny? Everyone is looking for you, calling your name, thinking you're hurt and you don't bother to reply or come out. Then you just suddenly show up like nothing happened. Very funny. Or how about waiting to go up the stairs until a...
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July 14th 12 08:30 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Feline jealousy by FragSinatra
Mage, a medium sized orange tabby, is very jealous. He doesn't like it when anyone pets Zero, a more lithe black cat. He'll deliberately get up and go over to where anyone is petting Zero as well as come from anywhere in the house if he hears someone petting Zero. This means Zero doesn't get a lot...
July 14th 12 04:23 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Trackers for cats? by Rhino[_3_]
Is anyone of aware of any products that can be attached to a cat so that it can be tracked if it doesn't come home on its own? I'm thinking of various TV shows in which the cops track the bad guy via a GPS chip in the bad guy's cell phone. Is there anything equivalent that I could put on a cat...
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July 9th 12 02:36 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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First time Summer Grooming by Sylvia M[_5_]
I'm a first time poster, and need your advice... Would it be wise, or too dangerous, to have my 9 year old long haired cat professionally shampooed, Summer-lion-cut, and nails clipped? Might it be too traumatic, since she's never even had a bath, hates to have us clip her nails and has never been...
July 9th 12 08:33 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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