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clumping litter stuck in paw! by boot's mom
ack. a few questions and thanks in advance. I noticed miss boots limping a bit yesterday and being after checking her back feet, I saw that she has dried clumping litter stuck all in between her toes and her pads. yuck.
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April 20th 04 02:33 AM
by teri Go to last post
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long hair cat - tail got thin over the weekend by robro
I have an indoor cat here at the office, he's just over 8 years old. I've had him since he was 2 weeks old. He's a big, long hair, never had health issues other than weight. We had to move him out of the house when he bit my 1 year old. His diet has been purely Innova reduced fat adult cat food...
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September 6th 08 06:08 AM
by Stampir Go to last post
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Outdoor cat poisoning - report back by Ashley
OK, as promised, I quizzed the vet, who was most helpful. His response: Antifreeze poisoning simply isn't an issue in New Zealand. He has never seen a case. That's never. However, it is an issue in the UK, where he has also practised, and where it is the leading cause of cat poisoning. It...
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April 12th 05 05:58 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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How do you get a cat off a power pole? by Candace
Another freaking cat crisis in my 'hood. Of all the zillions of outdoor cats I now feed that have been dumped (discussed here previously so I won't bore everyone)--literally 9 regulars, 3 semi- regulars, and several other occasional drop-ins (those have homes, for the most part)--tonight while...
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January 12th 09 09:36 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Gold Bond Medicated Foot Powder by Meranda
Hello Dearest Group, I am typically lurker and enjoy the great wealth of information this group offers. =) I have a question (that I was not able to find an answer for) and also want to send out a warning to other beloved cat owners. I once used Gold Bond Medicated Foot Powder for itchiness I...
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December 1st 08 07:10 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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What Price For Kitty? by Glarb
I've been thinking about this. I have spent huge sums of money on the cat I have had for the past seven or eight years. But I have money, and I don't think about it. But if I didn't have money -- let's say living from paycheck to paycheck -- and the vet came in and said, "$850 for labwork...
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February 23rd 05 02:47 AM
by Ashley 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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Help ! Cat ate a vicodin by Julie
I need some help quick! Long story made short. My 1 year old cat ate a Norco. Actually, Hydrocodone. 10/325. I called my vet immediately and he said that he should be okay, If anything ,just really sleepy. also, I could give him a tsp. of hydrogen peroxide to made him throw up. Any...
May 27th 05 11:13 PM
by Charlie Wilkes Go to last post
7 6,087
@#*%)^@ Cats! by paghat
You can't just leash a cat into your yard like a dog. Though the greater part of me laments the days when every neighborhood had dogs & children & cats & chickens running loose without fences or supervision or cages or leashes, short of cutting back the human population by...
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August 28th 03 04:55 AM
by Shell91 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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Cats with yellow diarrhea smelly also by mekohler
We have brought in several kittens from some local strays/ferrals that we have been getting trapped and fixed and release back to my area for a year or so. Recently the young cats 9 months to 15 months are having very liquid yellow diarrhea that is very smelly. These cats have been fixed and they...
April 24th 04 09:50 PM
by frlpwr Go to last post
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Spayed Female & Un-neutered Male... Would it work? by John Ross Mc Master
Spayed Female & Un-neutered Male... Would it work? Or would they fight all the time? Would the male be aggressive? Let me know if you've ever been in this situation. Thanks as always!
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February 4th 05 07:28 PM
by Helen Miles Go to last post
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Bumps on cat's back by [email protected]
Hello ! I have a 16 year old tabbie. Along the top of her back or spine, each vertebrae has a bony lump on it. These extend up to about 3/8 " or so. The bigger ones toward her tail - feels like there's a ball bearing under the skin. The bumps do not move, they are bone. So when I pet her back...
July 17th 06 02:54 PM
by 22brix Go to last post
8 5,628
Cat Safe Ink by Cat Protector
Does anyone know of any cat safe ink out there? I'm hoping to capture one of my cats paw prints and put it on paper.
June 11th 08 02:40 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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cat has popping sound coming from one ear....constantly itching both ears by SD
For over 2 years now.....my cat has has a poping sound coming from one ear with brown stuff that gathers and her other ear is irratated with the brown stuff as well. I have tried cleaning them both with hydrogen proxide; alcohol; even warm water with epson salt. This brown just seems to...
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June 28th 06 07:58 PM
by Buddy Go to last post
11 5,595
oh no, my cat ate string! (long) by tonks
Hi group, Frequent reader, infrequent poster here. I need some advice, and hopefully some encouraging words that my boy will be ok. Let me say first that I've already spoken to my vet this morning about this, and it's basically a wait and see situation. Anyway, here's what happened This morning,...
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May 20th 04 01:06 AM
by tonks Go to last post
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my oldest cat won't look at me by David Mooney
Velvet is a 5 year old cat (she was my first cat) and she won't look at me in the eyes. When I pet her, she averts her gaze and keeps her head turned away from me. She has only begun this a few months ago Does anyone have any ideas what the problem may be? She has always been a loving cat but...
August 8th 07 06:04 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
9 5,548
Help! Kitten swallowed teat from hand-feeding bottle by Yaeli
I have been hand-rearing a set of 3 feral kittens whose mother died. The kittens are now 3 weeks old. I had been using a syringe to feed them formula with until I found a baby animal feeding kit with bottle and replaceable latex teats. One of the kittens however instead of suckling from the teat...
June 5th 06 01:57 AM
by Gail Go to last post
8 5,536
Homemade cat gravy by laslas
I'm trying to find a recipe for homemade cat gravy that I can store (refrig) and use as needed for a picky cat who only eats the gravy from canned food. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
April 5th 14 02:01 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
4 5,532
Wysong vs. other Rx foods for a cat with CRF by Artificial Silence
My cat was diagnosed with CRF. He is between 7-8. He has mildly elevated creatinine levels and kidneys that are about 10% too small. He has eaten dry Wellness Lite for most of his life, which as many people know, is one of the few cat foods that doesn't have by products in it and is made with...
October 9th 06 12:39 AM
by Mary Weatherford Go to last post
5 5,515
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