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Moving states 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? I am looking into Sirva movers but I would like to hear someones first hand review of their services. Let me know if you have used them! My main criteria is that they move pets. I...
February 18th 12 10:51 AM
by mickrio Go to last post
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cat toileting outside litter tray by Thumper
Recentlly I had to re-home my male cat due to moving. I found a home for him, but the owner said that he would hide away and only come out at night to eat. Wasn't very affectionate, which is unusual for him . Would growl if any one went near him and he had a very bad habit of toileting...
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February 18th 12 10:48 AM
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My kitten by The Doctor
Got neutered today. One testicle did not drop so the vets had to go looking. He is sown back and came out of anastestics at 1 p.m. MDt. Hopefully he will be happy to come hope. -- Member - Liberal International This is Ici God, Queen and country! Never Satan...
December 16th 11 03:43 AM
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Beware of introducing a new cat to your old cat by John Doe
Many years ago, I had a long time female house cat (that had been taken from outside, as always). She was with me for about 10 years before I let another cat inside. That did not work out. She hated him. I know she was jealous. The situation was worse than I realized. It caused her lots of...
December 15th 11 06:32 AM
by DanielCasey25 Go to last post
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Catproof Office Chair? by Rhino[_3_]
I'm looking at replacing my main office chair for my home office and would like to find a replacement made of materials that are cat-proof. Just to be clear, I'm not looking for a chair that will _repel_ cats; I'm perfectly fine with them sleeping on that chair. I just want a chair that they...
December 10th 11 03:29 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Tuesday's Special: Free Nail Trim with Bath
December 6th 11 04:10 PM
by Caudle Vet Go to last post
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John Doe? Not really. by chili
Mark Bender using the alias John Doe pretends he is a cat lover. See Mark Bender's dossier and arrest record. SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION Our office found Mr. Mark Bender's current address is 509 Frost, SATX 78201, to be owned by Ms. Gloria Trevino. There are many rental homes in this area. Mr....
December 1st 11 07:19 PM
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Kitten with mean streak by The Doctor
Mean streak is just a way of saying wither the kitten is feeling we are not giving it enough attention or we might not be looking after its hygenic needs properly. We have had this 'street' kitten since mid-September. For the most part he has been a kitten with a good distemper. This morning...
November 29th 11 07:09 PM
by Rene[_2_] Go to last post
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How Can I Keep My Cat Off Kitchen Counters? by Persian
Q. My cat is always jumping up on tables and kitchen counters. When I think about where those paws have been, I know he needs to stay on the ground. What can I do? A. If pressed on the issue, many people will admit that their cats walk all over them, and that includes walking wherever they...
November 26th 11 04:16 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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7-year-old cat with "smoker's cough" ! by Eddy[_2_]
Does anyone recognise the following? Puss will be sleeping happily and then he'll start "coughing". It seems he's trying to move something. He keeps on coughing but whatever it is doesn't move or stop aggravating him and so he gets anxious and gets quickly down onto the floor and into the crouch...
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November 23rd 11 05:29 PM
by Eddy[_2_] Go to last post
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Trying to rescue a mature female cat from the cold by The Doctor
We have an old stray female in our neighbourhood. It might be pregnant. It comes for food and water. Because we are having cold days the water does tend to freeze quickly but the food is good. How can one get a said cat indoors and start earning its trust? It might have kitten to rescue. --
November 20th 11 10:02 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Male cat getting underfoot by John Doe
My first male cat has been around for five years. Sometimes, I am walking around, maybe in a hurry doing stuff, but not really paying attention to him (in other words... not causing it stress by keying on him or anything). Sometimes he darts in front of me to get to another location. Taking a...
November 17th 11 03:01 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Curious re-united behavior! by Lord_Alex
Hello everybody. A while back I adopted two cats from the pound at the same time, a female kitten and a 2 year old male. The male is super laid back, the female had obviously been traumatized. Even though they spent some time together at the animal shelter she was pretty cautious about him and the...
November 10th 11 09:44 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Cat does not like "cat" toys. [slightly morbid] by Lord_Alex
No surprise, kitty loves to chase a toy tied to a string. Fetch, or cat fishing, if you will. Toy mice, bundles of feathers, pretty much anything that moves they will chase. They like those Ty toys; beanie babies. Except for one. Beanie baby tiger (specificly "India" of the Beanie Buddies...
November 10th 11 09:11 PM
by Lord_Alex Go to last post
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Do your cats get enough stimulation? by John Doe
Can you imagine being an animal stuck inside all day, especially when your manager leaves for work/whatever, and the place is lifeless? I make neat things for my cats, not because I love them more than you, but because I enjoy designing and building needful things. One fairly easy to use...
November 9th 11 06:51 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Astroturf, almost as useful as a litter box by John Doe
Maybe even more important than their skyway, Astroturf is amazing stuff. Especially for around the litter box. Also for bedding. For bedding, I put paper towels on top of it (replaced regularly), and they love it to sleep on. Takes some getting used to, but even my feral female uses it. Just...
November 9th 11 09:01 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Continuing saga of the hard-core feral female... by John Doe
Looking at a house cat and realizing that it's not really a house cat is kind of weird. Lately, she has been meowing softly when hungry and food is on the way. Otherwise, things do not fundamentally change. I just wonder if keeping her is like taking in any other adult wild animal. She has...
November 9th 11 08:52 AM
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Fresh Step Natural Scoop, the dust returns by John Doe
Still using it. Works well for one cat. The other splashes the litter all over (in her covered litter box, an amazing device), so that one is significantly more difficult to clean especially since the Essentials does not clump well. Still like it better for the lack of dust. --
November 9th 11 07:56 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Cats too fat. by Bill Graham
I recently acquired a male cat from a friend who is going RV'ing for the next couple of years, and needed a home for him. He weighs around 30 lbs, which is over twice what my other 4 cats weigh. they all have an infinite bowl of kibbles to graze on, and I also open cans for them whenever they...
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November 9th 11 03:09 AM
by adiposestem Go to last post
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My cat is starting to bite by Dick Adams
My cat is 11 years old and has now started biting. Last week, while sitting on my lap, she turned and bit my on th wrist. Last night she bit me on the leg. Is this common in cats as they get older? Is there a cure (other than hitting her) for biting? Dick
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November 4th 11 02:17 AM
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