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Veterinary cat food recalled - thiamine deficient by buglady[_2_]
http://www.marke****ch.com/story/nestle-purina-voluntarily-recalls-single-lot-of-therapeutic-canned-cat-food-due-to-a-low-level-of-thiamine-vitamin-b1-2012-05-11 Product Name Can "Best By" Date & Can UPC ...
May 13th 12 08:24 AM
by Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Go to last post
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Innoculations by Mack A. Damia
Hello everybody! I have a female cat, Pookie, who adopted me on January 5, 2011. She was probably dropped off in our small community in a box full of kittens, and she managed to squeeze through two fences and get onto my enclosed porch. In March of last year, I had her spayed, and in April, she...
April 25th 12 02:17 PM
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When is the right time to say good bye... by packat
Aristo is a 14 year old cat with AIDS. He has been healthy and playful and quite active all his life. He caught mice and birds and flexes his muscle when a neighbor cat comes near our property. This past few years he began to lose more and more weight even though he has been eating and drinking...
April 20th 12 02:46 PM
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Grass by Kathy[_4_]
Our 17 year old cat, Tibb, is eating only about 1/16 of his normal diet. He won't eat any of his wet food (Science diet C/d). But if I take him outside, he wants to eat grass. Why would he eat grass and not food? I do believe he is dying soon, but still wonder about the grass.
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April 12th 12 01:34 AM
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Starch in catfood by Zy
Most of us know that all retail catfoods contain starchy ingredients, which are not normally a significant part of a wild carnivore's diet. But the Guaranteed Analysis shown on the package label always ignores the starch content of each brand. So for several dry catfoods, I did a little...
April 2nd 12 07:07 PM
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mother cats sharing parenting! by littlebit
I have two mother cats who just gave birth and believe it or not they are sharing the nursing. One cat had three kittens and the other had two. The second one to give birth couldn't wait till she had her own and started stealing the first one's babies. Once she had her own, though they found a...
April 2nd 12 09:11 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Low carb foods by JEP[_2_]
One of my previous cats developed diabetes towards the end of his life, and I'm sure all the carbs in his food contributed to it. Now that I have a new cat (woo hoo!), I don't want to make the same mistake, and I've been feeding him only Wellness grain-free wet food. No dry food at all. I'm...
April 2nd 12 02:01 AM
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AVMA Passes Rabies Waivers by Kris L. Christine
AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) EXECUTIVE BOARD PASSES ANNUAL RABIES VACCINATION WAIVER http://www.avma.org/about_avma/governance/hod/2012RegularWinterSession/Resolution_2_rabies_vaccination_Final.pdf "...AVMA recognizes some animals might require a waiver from rabies vaccination...
March 27th 12 12:19 AM
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INDIANA Medical Exemption by Kris L. Christine
INDIANA Medical Exemption Petition -- Pet owners are taking steps to put a medical exemption clause into Indiana 's rabies rules. If you are an Indiana resident, please sign the online petition and share the link: ...
March 14th 12 06:47 PM
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Hi! Question about Bengals.. by Brian Link[_2_]
Well, I'm back on Usenet after several years. Sad to see it's mostly been usurped by the web. Still some discussions going on in my old groups, though. We've got a 9-year old Bengal that developed inappropriate urination problems a few years ago, and he's also pretty neurotic. We've figured out...
March 13th 12 01:58 AM
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Female cat seems weird? by [email protected]
Hello cat lovers, I brought my female cat into the house several weeks ago as she was swollen a bunch. It looked like she was going to have kittens at any time. Several weeks have passed and she has no kittens that I can find. She still seems slightly swollen however. Now my two Tomcats...
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March 7th 12 02:03 AM
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NY Vaccine Seminar w/Dr. Schultz by Kris L. Christine
SCHULTZ SEMINAR NEW YORK: "The Vaccine Controversy" with Dr. Ronald Schultz, proceeds to benefit The Rabies Challenge Fund http://www.healthydogproject.org/Site/Healthy_Dog_Project.html hosted by The Healthy Dog Project on May 12, 2012 from 9:30-3:30 at the Fenimore Art Museum Auditorium in...
March 4th 12 02:57 PM
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MINNESOTA Rabies Vax Survey by Kris L. Christine
MINNESOTA: 88.8% of veterinarians responding to a rabies survey from the Board of Veterinary Medicine indicated they give a 3 year rabies vaccine; yet 53.3% fail to give pet owners a corresponding 3 year rabies certificate (36.2% issue a 2 year certificate, 17.1% issue "other"). When asked if...
March 1st 12 09:41 PM
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Behaving furballs!! 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 9 . 7 6 4
February 29th 12 10:45 PM
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Cats as mousers: nature or nurture? by Brian Link[_2_]
For the first time in the 12+ years we've lived here, we've got mice coming indoors. We've got a 16 year-old moggie adopted from a farm cat litter, and a 9 year-old F7 Bengal, both males. They've slain two mice so far (we found the carcasses on the kitchen floor), but we've seen a few more and...
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February 25th 12 09:06 PM
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Meghan the cat-lady? by Brian Link[_2_]
I met a fascinating woman in this Usenet group years ago who kept a ton of cats in her small apartment. She graciously adopted a stray that couldn't integrate in our household that included a neurotic F7 Bengal. If she hadn't adopted him, I expect he'd have to have been shifted out to the...
February 20th 12 05:54 PM
by Rene[_2_] Go to last post
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Tomato sauce with enough cheez. by Bohgosity BumaskiL
You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk. Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea -- seems to me that cats get...
February 18th 12 12:07 PM
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cats fight at feeding time by Joseph O'Brien
We have three cats that live fairly peaceably in our 1200 square foot apartment. There is one exception, though: when they get hungry, they fight. OK, maybe "fight" is too strong of a word. Very specifically, our older female cat beats up on the two male cats when it's close to feeding time. She...
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February 18th 12 12:03 PM
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Moving by ccclove499
I can't wait to make the move! I'm in the process of finding a moving company. Can anyone make any recommendations towards pet friendly movers? I am looking into Allied but I would like to hear someones first hand review of their services. Let me know if you have used them! What about my cats? Will...
February 18th 12 12:01 PM
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Aerokat and Flixotide, for feline "asthma" by Eddy[_2_]
Some of you were very kind with your views two months ago when Puss here developed serious asthma attacks. Since then the vet has been experimenting and the latest experiment was to give him a steroid injection. It worked brilliantly: instantly stopping the attacks. But then after five days they...
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February 18th 12 11:57 AM
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