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6 Attachment(s) Cat predation studies by Alison
Hi , Does any one have or know where I can find or read copies of Professor Robert May's cat predation study in the English village of Felmersham , Bedford and the Churcher and Lawton study. There are lots of references on Google to the C&L study but not the real thing. I'm not trolling , I have to...
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February 5th 04 04:17 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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How far away can ferals smell scent of food? by Sheri
Hi --- I have been getting all cats in my neighborhood neutered and vaccinated (yes, some belong to irresponsible neighbors who are oblivious to what I'm doing --- but hey, they let their cats come in my yard to fight & spray). Three of these cats are feral strays and had stuck around so I put...
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November 1st 04 06:07 AM
by Ashley Go to last post
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Iris flowers and cats: toxicity? by [email protected]
Hi, I'm trying to find out whether the iris plant is dangerous for cats. I'm talking about cut flowers in a vase, not flowers growing in the ground or in a flower pot. Does anyone here know the answer? I bought a small iris bunch yesterday on impulse. I've never had any flowers or plants in...
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September 30th 11 10:01 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Cats & Gingerbread by Cat Protector
Does anyone know if gingerbread is safe for cats to eat? I am going to be making gingerbread cookies and I know my cats will be curious because they are always interested in what is being made in the kitchen. This will be the first time I'll be baking gingerbread cookies so I know all 3 cats...
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December 23rd 04 01:05 AM
by J Gillen Go to last post
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CHLORPHENIRAMINE (Chlortrimeton) for Cats? by Mowzer
My cat Noodles has asthma an allergies to various things. She gets steroid shots at long intervals, and I take the usual precautions by keeping the windows closed, air filters on, duct vacuumed, etc. We have identified foods that cause her the least trouble, and she is on them. However, she...
September 6th 05 02:47 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Is it wrong to want another purebred? by Brian Link
Going through old photos today, and came across a directory filled with pics from when we were thinking about buying a Bengal (which we did, and he's wonderful). Most are from this site: http://www.tibcs.com/petcorner/photos.php After having been through an ordeal with a stray, and knowing...
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April 8th 05 09:48 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Feeding and Relief of mouth sores in cat with oral cancer by Camilla Cracchiolo
My cat has inoperable mouth cancer. I need advice on getting him to take in more food and if there is any topical pain killer that I can use on the sores in his mouth. I know I can't use human products like benzocaine or benzyl alcohol. He's doing pretty well right now aside from weight loss. ...
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July 18th 04 09:28 AM
by MaryL Go to last post
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2 Attachment(s) Hill's Feline S/D, Hill's Feline CD-S by Albert Pike
This food was prescribed for my cat who just had a urinary blockage removed. Does anyone know if my other cat (who is in perfect health) will develop problems if he also starts to eat the Hill's S/D and Hill's CD-S food as well ? Thanks.
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November 5th 03 02:28 AM
by Steve Crane Go to last post
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Best food for colitis by John Tomasi
Hi everyone, My cat (1.5 years) has had recurrent problems with blood on her stool. My vet says, in the absence of other symptoms, it's probably low-grade colitis in reaction to her food. He recommended a low-residue cat food. Can anyone suggest a brand I might try? I've looked on the Web sites...
February 4th 13 10:10 PM
by NancyCr Go to last post
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RFD: rec.pets.cats.breeds by BarB
On Fri, 05 Sep 2003 07:01:57 -0700, Misty9999 wrote: Obviously , you are not familiar with the cat groups. I rarely bother with them anymore. Check out rec.pets.cats.health+behav.They have flamefests that would put an Outlaw Biker's group to shame. The only way such...
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October 6th 03 05:58 PM
by ~*SooZy*~ Go to last post
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Repellent: Methyl Nonyl Ketone? by Juls
I'm getting ready to order one of those laser mice toys from Drs. Foster and Smith (our Pet Smart is out of stock until the holidays) and am tempted to order some of that spray cat repellent that contains Methyl Nonyl Ketone. They have a can for about five dollars. Has anyone used this, does it...
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April 23rd 16 08:33 PM
by My2Kitties Go to last post
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cat meows with no sound? by UseNet
My cat recently started making silent meows , where his mouth goes thru the motions but I barely hear anything., especially when guests are present. Is this normal for a cat? CR
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September 12th 06 02:14 AM
by JohnR66 Go to last post
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cat coughs while purring by Gail Futoran
Did the google search, found zip, so: My 7 month old, spayed (month ago), FeLV+ otherwise in apparent good health (all vaccinations up to date except FeLV) female Burmese has a strong tendency to cough during heavy petting sessions. (That sounds weird but you know what I mean...) She doesn't...
December 21st 04 10:59 PM
by Gail Futoran Go to last post
9 7,136
Stop my cat from pounding on the door all night by [email protected]
I've got two cats, age 10 1/2, and I'd like to keep it that way. My wife won't let them sleep with us, and, after an inappropriate urination incident, also requires that they spend the night in the spare bedroom. The problem is that one cat insists on banging on the door at night. It's not a...
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February 1st 07 02:49 AM
by Lynne Go to last post
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Cat Scratching Face Raw (pics) by IDzine01
I'm having problems with Dave, my cat. The history is, last March I brought him to the vet because he was scratching the outside of his ears raw. His ringworm test came back negative and the vet gave me drops for his ears. They are intended for the inside, but have a mild steroid so they reduce...
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January 23rd 07 06:06 AM
by Elizabeth via CatKB.com Go to last post
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New Kitten in House - Now Older Cat Won't Eat! by Ted Argle
Hi, Just over a week ago, we got a new kitten (still no name for him!) from the Humane Society so that our existing cat Gizmo would have a friend. A couple of days later, we saw that the kitten had stopped eating. A few trips to the vet for the kitten and now he's fine and eating...
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May 24th 04 07:10 AM
by k conover Go to last post
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Tasteless use of cat in advertising by RobZip
I can only hope that the Brits use standards of not harming animals in production of advertising like this. Still - address your outrage to Ford for even protraying it. http://dpkgi.free.fr/files/ka2.mpg
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April 15th 04 05:49 AM
by Mary Go to last post
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BENGAL cats by Philip
Has anyone here owned a good Bengal or ... even a Bengal mix? I've met some Bengals at Jean Mills cattery in Covina (CA) and was taken by the handsome markings and their highly active nature. But I'd like to hear from those who have lived with one (or more) about their personalities ......
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April 29th 05 06:18 AM
by Philip Go to last post
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Pros and Cons of Maine Coons by Bruce Maguire
I'm thinking of purchasing a Maine Coon and would appreciate any tips on care, grooming, indoors vs outdoors, etc., as well as caveats. The no.2 on my list is a Bengal, and so I would especially appreciate comparisons between the two in terms of personality, habits, and the like. For example, my...
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January 31st 05 02:49 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Upside down packaging tape, no more chewing on electrical cords by John Doe
My first critical application of upside down packaging tape was to keep my cat off of the windowsill in a cat-hostile apartment complex. Now that I'm temporarily fostering three kittens... They start chewing on a group of electrical cords in a very small area on the floor. Put two pieces of 4...
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September 17th 13 05:56 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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