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Cat eating cat litter by M[_3_]
I have found my cat occasionally nibbles at new unsoiled cat litter. Is there a reason for this, perhaps something missing in her diet? Thanks
July 31st 11 07:29 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Kitten Keeps Pooping On The Carpet by Bill Graham
manjiyu wrote: Hi folks. this is driving me crazy so I'd appreciate some tips please. Our 10-weeks old Kitten Crystal started pooping on the carpet at the top of our stairs last week. She uses her litter tray to both wee and poop but more often than not she is pooping on this particular...
July 28th 11 05:11 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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When should I put my cat down? by Brian[_2_]
My cat has sugar diabetics, a Kidney problem, and cancer on his ear. The vet treated him for his kidney problem but did not think it was worth while treating him for diabetics as this is not his only problem. He has been operated on twice for cancer on his ear but it has appeared on his ear again...
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July 20th 11 11:42 AM
by Klusner Go to last post
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Fresh Step Natural Scoop, the dust returns by John Doe
I will probably go back to the Arm and Hammer. And I have. It might be more difficult to use, but I don't like my cats breathing dust.
July 18th 11 02:11 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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IAMS vs Whiskas? by Suzie-Q[_3_]
In article , Lord_Alex wrote: Hello all, I'm new to the group and somewhat new to raising cats (I had cats as a kid 10 years ago). At the end of April I decided my house was too empty, so I went...
July 16th 11 07:14 AM
by Sylvia M[_3_] Go to last post
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Pain medication for cats? by at
On Sat, 25 Jun 2011 13:19:34 -0500, jigo wrote: My previous cat was 18 and in obvious pain toward the end. The vet said he could not use morphine or other pain medicine because cats might have a bad reaction. Other books I've read said that they can be used in cats. Does...
July 14th 11 08:20 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Exclamation
KILLEEN, TX 3 Year Rabies ALERT by Kris L. Christine
TEXAS: Killeen City Council will hold a workshop July 5 to discuss adopting a 3 year rabies ordinance for the city. They will vote July 12. What You Can Do to Help: Contact the City Council members to vote in favor: Scott Cosper (254) 526-2167 Larry Cole...
July 13th 11 12:48 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Woman has dead pet cat made into a diamond by Sjh452
Diamonds are forever, and now so is Angus the cat Portland woman has the remains of her beloved pet made into a half-carat stone By JANINE ROBBEN Tue, Dec 9, 2003 The Tribune It would be an easy thing to make jokes about: Hey, Harry, did you hear the one about the dead cat that was turned into a...
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July 9th 11 08:27 AM
by Otto C. Konicki Go to last post
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Must Discuss the Kitties' Welfair by Shylock
Hello, It has been announced the spill-well cannot be fixed. Soon there will be a stampede of human flesh. How are you going to handle your kitties. The water willnot be drinkable and the grocery stores will have no food. Are you ready for that? The evacuation has already begun - very secretively...
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July 3rd 11 12:59 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Snuggles is not pooping by tbenner
Snuggles is 13 years old and had to have her 6 lower back teeth pulled last Friday. I've been feeding her Perscription Diet a/d food since. She has not hardly pooped since last Friday. I'm wondering if the a/d food has so little waste that she just doesn't need to go? Have other people seen...
July 2nd 11 12:54 AM
by jmc[_2_] Go to last post
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Update by Roo
Well folks, thanks for all your advice - it's worked, and they seem fine ! They were carefully introduced as suggested, and I kept Bella, the new cat, separate for a short while in her own room to make her feel 'safe' and welcome, at least by us humans. Then, she was gradually let out and...
June 20th 11 01:45 PM
by Rene[_2_] 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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Triple Antibiotic ointment by Cat Daddy
I took house cat to the vet for a scratch on her neck that got infected. They gave her a shot of antibiotic. She's getting better but I wonder if I put some Triple antibiotic ointment on her neck and she licked it off, if it would hurt her? Any thoughts? When I clean her neck with hydrogen peroxide...
June 18th 11 08:44 PM
by Cat Daddy Go to last post
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In memory of a friend. by Bill Graham
I am very sorry to have to report that my favorite cat, "B-K" that I picked up as a yearling in a Burger King parking lot on the day before Thanksgiving in 2004, passed away last night at 11 PM. He died of liver failure from something poisonous that he ingested, probably last Tuesday. Cats keep...
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June 17th 11 04:09 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Another danger to outside cats. by Bill Graham
I am normally an "Outside cat" person, and my five cats are all outside/inside cats. (they have two cat doors through which they can get outside the house) I have gone around and around with inside catters several times now, and I don't want to renew that discussion. However, recently one of my...
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June 16th 11 05:56 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Cat-proofing my mattress? by Rhino[_3_]
I have a conventional box spring and mattress that I am looking to replace because it is just too hard. I'd like to know if anyone knows any ways that I can reliably cat-proof the new mattress so that my two cats, both of which have their claws, don't sharpen their claws on it the way they did...
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June 16th 11 05:45 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Triple Antibiotic ointment by Cat Daddy
I took house cat to the vet for a scratch on her neck that got infected. They gave her a shot of antibiotic. She's getting better but I wonder if I put some Triple antibiotic ointment on her neck and she licked it off, if it would hurt her? Any thoughts? When I clean her neck with hydrogen peroxide...
June 16th 11 04:54 PM
by Rene[_2_] Go to last post
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For Phil by JEP
Phil, Thanks for replying to my question. I tried emailing you directly, but I suppose the address displayed here isn't your real one. So here are some follow-up questions. Since data on grams/100 kcal isn't readily available or easy to calculate, let me ask a simpler question. If one food has...
June 16th 11 11:42 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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IAMS vs Whiskas? by dgk
On Fri, 10 Jun 2011 18:46:48 -0600, jmc wrote: On 6/10/11 11:53 AM, Rene wrote: I agree on the premise that all animals should consume what they've evolved to process... Variety is pretty important though. Keeping in mind the digestive system of most animals is...
June 15th 11 04:52 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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purrs please for a dog by Michael Lane
Purrs on the way for Badger . Hope his health improves . Via Con Dios Michael Lane
June 14th 11 11:58 PM
by Michael Lane Go to last post
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