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the eternal poop scoop by John Doe[_2_]
I've had this poop scoop for at least 20 years. A testament to modern plastic. It's scooped tons of heavy clay litter. I recall buying it from the local megastore. It's huge and made entirely with one type of plastic. The background is a standard size paper...
August 18th 15 12:08 PM
by whisky-dave Go to last post
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good cat toys by my
where can i find a good strong strong cat toy that the cats cant tear up
August 16th 15 04:25 AM
by MaryL[_2_] Go to last post
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cat hissing by my
how do i stop cat hissing at people
August 12th 15 10:00 AM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Rubber mat to attach to 2x4s? by John Doe[_2_]
I'm convinced that there is a better material than carpet for attaching to 2x4s for climbing. For example, I have a ribbed rubber doormat that looks close if it were cut lengthwise and hot melt glued to the 2x4. Something longer would be better. Some ribbed rubber mat, maybe something used for...
August 12th 15 04:23 AM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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Sudden Weird behaviour by The Doctor
Just got our cat back last night into the house. For about a day or so, he was avoiding our property for 24 hours. He was more or less out for 72 hours. Recently at the start of June 4 kittens and their parents have taken a small area of our property to just raise the kitties. I wonder if our...
July 26th 15 04:46 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Cat herding, it is possible by John Doe[_2_]
After about one month experience... With very limited use, and not actually shocking anything (of course), just the sound of a stun gun can be an extremely effective tool for convincing your cat to do something or stop doing something. Currently one of my cats is on the porch. She can also...
June 29th 15 08:22 PM
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Cat has scabs on his back by Baldoni[_10_]
I have adopted a cat that was left in my street he belonged to a girl who moved out and left him behind. I have treated him for worms and fleas several times over the last couple of years and that's not a problem. He has however several scabs that run along his spine and I am hoping someone can...
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June 27th 15 09:39 PM
by Buddy's Mom Go to last post
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My outside cat has an electric blanket by John Doe[_2_]
I was thinking of ways to keep it warm during the winter. You know, boxes or whatever. I bought an electric blanket and it hasn't left the area since that day. The weather hardly gets below freezing, so I'm hoping for a cold night :) I think it will work at least down to 0F. One night was about...
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June 26th 15 04:32 PM
by Mack A. Damia Go to last post
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Mats? by Rhino[_3_]
My male cat, who is 15, has longish hair and it is prone to getting mats. This year is especially bad and he's getting a bit testy with me as I try to deal with them. He's never really been a fan of brushing or combing - unlike my mother's cat who INSISTS on at least five or six brushings a day...
June 24th 15 05:14 AM
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Feeding schedule for cats at home alone by Rhino[_3_]
I may have to go out of town periodically in the coming months to deal with my mother's health issues. I used to bring my cats with me (in a carrier) when I had a car but I've got financial issues that keep me from being able to afford a car for the time being. That means I'm likely going to...
June 24th 15 04:51 AM
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June 21st 15 02:17 AM
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New study links schizophrenia to cat ownership by whisky-dave
If you've not heard. http://www.alphr.com/science/1000973/new-study-links-schizophrenia-to-cat-ownership The other voice in my head doesn't agree.
June 19th 15 03:29 PM
by whisky-dave Go to last post
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wrestling by John Doe[_2_]
I've always enjoyed wrestling (real wrestling, not professional wrestling). The newcomer female is bigger than my male. And she is a bully. Now they are warming up to each other, they are frequently wrestling. Most of it is friendly, but sometimes they get rough. He is probably in it for the...
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June 13th 15 06:46 AM
by Zob Go to last post
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Cat Vision by John Doe[_2_]
My Fenix HL-50 (I guess that's the number) headlamp lets me see cats at night. I was ready to feed the neutered outside cat. The only way I could tell it was there (two yards away) is by the bright reflection of my headlamp on its eyes, without even pointing the lamp directly at the cat....
June 12th 15 04:55 AM
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After 8 years, my feral is using the Skyway! by John Doe[_2_]
The hard-core feral cat has been here for eight years. It has a loft in another room that's connected to their Skyway. Stays there most of the time. But when it exits to eat and use the box, it always takes the shortest route to the floor. But over the last several weeks or so, perhaps having...
June 7th 15 05:23 AM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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Peeing in corners by Sylvia M[_3_]
I've been out of town, visiting my daughter and her family, and attending my granddaughters university graduation. . . that's the good part. My daughter's cat, Cleo, started peeing in corners of the room with her litterbox, and on the rug in the foyer. This may have started when they acquired a...
May 20th 15 05:26 AM
by Sylvia M[_3_] Go to last post
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Usual, daily foods have surprising beneficial elements by [email protected]
Knowing what components go into your diet and you will better realise a healthy lifestyle. Most regular foods contain surprising beneficial elements. You are what you eat! So know what you eat and what your food gives you. For this you need Nuutti - nutrient calculation software which...
May 14th 15 07:02 AM
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Best manual litter box by William Vetter
John Doe wrote: The local megastore is selling Sterilite 70 and 90 quart "EZ Carry" boxes, the kind with the milky clear smooth sides. Never needs cleaning. Probably there sturdiest plastic boxes. Including handles for easy manipulation. The 70 quart model might be best for most...
May 5th 15 07:14 PM
by William Vetter Go to last post
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holding cats by 4petcats
what is the best way to hold cats i heard holding cats like babies is wrong
May 4th 15 08:52 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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My hard-core feral by William Vetter
John Doe wrote: It's the weirdest thing. If anything in its area is changed, takes weeks getting used to it. It's the only cat that has not used their skyway. The only exception is for getting up to and down from its loft. There are two exit/entry directions it can go on the skyway, left...
May 4th 15 07:06 PM
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