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Is there such a thing as "cat whistle"? by RPSinha
I have been asking a lot of questions, but please bear with me! My latest is: Is there such a thing as "cat whistle", something cats can hear and humans can't. (Similar to what's available for dogs.) Sometimes we have to go looking for our cat, who may be hiding who knows where. It is quite a...
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June 16th 14 12:15 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Food Question by Christina
I give my two kitties (almost one year old) dry cat food....is this okay or should I be giving them canned? Thanks! Christina -- http://www.geocities.com/christinamarie29/ourpage.html
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February 16th 04 04:34 PM
by Cathy Friedmann Go to last post
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declawing by kaeli
In article , 1234 @org.com.net shared the illuminating thought... Is there anyone her that this that declawing is something that I should not have done? Only pretty much everyone who posts to this group. *G* http://www.stopdeclaw.com
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August 26th 03 07:25 AM
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Teeth falling out normal? Cat is 13. by [email protected]
Hi all. My cat George has lost a tooth. He was meowing into my wife's face, and she noticed that his usual Four Big Teeth smile was down to three. My wife took George to our family vet, who gave George his shots (he was due) and pronounced his teeth okay. The vet gave no explanation why his...
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November 11th 05 07:37 PM
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Need to know if a cat has had kittens by MacCandace
How can I tell for sure? What should I do? I'm sure a vet could tell. Is she trying to get out desperately. Usually, if they have kittens, they don't want to be away from them very long. How long have you had her inside? Candace (take the litter out before replying by e-mail)
July 11th 04 09:06 PM
by MacCandace Go to last post
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Do cats *really* keep mice away? by Peter Jason
I am thinking of buying a cat because of all the mice in the house. I trap them but they just keep coming. Is it true that all the mice will vanish once the cat arrives? Is it true that if you feed the cat too much, it will ignore the mice?
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June 16th 08 10:29 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Help with Lattice Balls? by Rhino
One of my two cats, Bebop, loves to play with lattice balls. (See http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000633ROW/002-2987693-6220846?v=glance) if you're not sure what a "lattice ball" is.) I have two related problems: 1. Bebop only likes lattice balls that contain a plastic "pea" (or...
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October 28th 05 10:58 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Can catnip cause urinating? by Steve84
I have 2 cats. They are brother and sister and about 15 1/2 years old. The male has been diabetic for about 8 years and other then being fat is doing pretty good. I give him two shots a day. The female has shown very early signs of kidney disease but nothing bad yet. Here is the problem. ...
October 25th 05 05:41 PM
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Costco's Kirkland Cat Food = Premium Cat Food? by [email protected]
All the books I read say that feeding your cat "premium cat food" is essential. Would Costco's Kirkland brand cat food qualify as "premium" cat food? Would my cat be better off with a brand name, like Iams? What is the definition of "premium" cat food anyway? What should I be looking for and...
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January 20th 05 06:48 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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fast, shallow breathing by Rick Vigorous
I have a 4 1/2 month old female kitten that's been with me for six weeks. Aside from coming home with a tapeworm, which has now been eliminated, she seems the picture of health. Enormous appetite, weed-like growth, and possessed of astonishing energy and strength (she'll jump 5 feet straight up to...
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July 14th 04 11:27 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Best wet food for keeping cystitis away? by Brian or Sharon Beuchaw
Hello, First, let me thank y'all for the wealth of information that's been in here and archived - it's a *wonderful* resource. It's very much appreciated.... And hopefully this will be an easy question for y'all - our 5 year old female recently developed cystitis w/o crystals (and from what I've...
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October 10th 03 08:53 PM
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Facial Twitching in elderly cat by Kelly
Hello, I have a 15 year old cat. A year ago her bloodwork came back with mildly elevated urea, creatinine, and T4 levels. The doctor said she was indicative of chronic renal failure. Since then, the urea and creatinine have been controlled with a special diet (Medical Reduced Protein canned...
February 22nd 05 07:49 PM
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Is it ok to feed my cat olive oil? by Joelberg
Sometimes I put tuna juice on my cat's dry food and he eats it up faster than normally. However, I don't always eat tunafish and that means I don't always have tuna juice available. Is it safe for my cat (or any, for that matter) to be fed olive oil or is this dangerous? What other oils are good to...
June 3rd 08 04:39 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Is mayonnaise bad for cats? by blkcatgal
My year old cat got into some mayonnaise that was on the kitchen counter and ate some of it. About a hour after he ate the mayo, he threw up and you could see some of the remnants of the mayo. Is mayonnaise bad for cats? I read the ingredients and they included dried garlic and dried onion which...
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October 8th 04 12:44 PM
by blkcatgal Go to last post
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Any success treating a cat with a "straddle" blood clot? by [email protected]
My cat while hospitalized for congestive heart failure threw a blood clot that cut circulation and paralyzed his hind legs. Has anyone here had a cat with a similar problem that they were able to treat and help recover from? Thanks.
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December 20th 15 03:24 AM
by Erika Awakening Go to last post
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Tom Cat won’t breed with in-season queen!?? by dontcountstars
I recently got a Queen to breed with my 3 year old tom cat. He is an exceptional little guy in great health and I have guarenteed homes for up to 7 kittens (just so you know im responsible!) He often calls for a mate...howls etc whatever you like to call it, yet now the queen is in season he is...
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July 11th 08 02:58 PM
by Janet Boss Go to last post
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Low sided litter box? by blkcatgal
My cat is having some difficulty getting in and out of the litter box. The ones I currently have are large with higher sides. Does anyone have any recommendations for a larger box but with lower sides? I think I read somewhere here about a dog litter box that is really low on one side for easy...
January 2nd 06 05:08 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Indoor cat..quality of life? by blair thompson
I recently lost my guy to the coyotes. I live adjacent to a forested area where they are active, so I am thinking my next best friend should be confined to quarters I have been reading the many compelling arguments in favour of keeping a cat inside---the safety angle, longevity cf to...
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September 14th 04 11:46 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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My Cat Keeps Pawing at his mouth =( by Riki-Lee
I am desperately hoping someone can help me with my cat Spotty. Back in February this year, Spotty was pawing at his mouth almost as if there was something lodged in there, and tore his mouth up with his claws. I rushed him to the 24 hour animal hospital where they said he seemed fine and sent...
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May 14th 07 04:55 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Normal for a cat to vomit a tapeworm vs the worm coming out in thestool? by Cat Guy
We recently gave one of our cats a deworming pill (milbemax) and later found a worm (sorta looked like a tan-colored rubber band) in a pile of vomit. I thought that tape worms reside or attach to the intestinal wall (and not the stomach wall) and therefore when the worm leaves the cat it's by way...
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April 21st 08 02:04 PM
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