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Rabies Vaccine-Feline Tumors Study by Kris L. Christine
Research Updates: Investigating the Impact of Vaccine Administration Site Changes in Cats DVM360 October 1, 2009 by Erika Meler and Barrak Pressler http://veterinarymedicine.dvm360.com/vetmed/Medicine/Research-Updates-Investigating-the-impact-of-vacci/ArticleStandard/Article/detail/632167 "The...
October 18th 09 08:29 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Heated Outdoor Kitty Mat by Terry
Need a recommendation for the above. Google had many, but I don't know one from the other. The cat is a stray and I can't take it in for several reasons the first of which is my house cat who hates the stray. Thanks.
October 17th 09 06:28 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Catfoods by Kelly Greene
Which dry cat foods have the highest content of meat? I looked at many bags at PetsMart this week and the second ingredient is always corn or some other grain. Cats are not grainavores. I did pick up a bag of Purina. She gets a meaty canned food in the evening but I don't like leaving canned...
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October 16th 09 01:51 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Good news! by John Ross Mc Master
They are all eating a bit, and they all had bowel movements in the last 24 hours, even Archie. I am at a loss to understand this. When this started I thought they were in danger of a quick death. Now they are getting better.
October 16th 09 07:03 AM
by Kelly Greene Go to last post
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New Cat Tearing Up Drapes by FirstHit
I brought home a 1-1/2 year-old neutered male from the shelter two days ago. Tonight he went bananas and tore up the living-room drapes. He jumped from the loveseat (which was in front of the drapes) onto the drapes. The drapes now have two big rips in them, which we repaired for now with duct...
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October 15th 09 04:47 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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I don't like the look of Pretty Girl's nose by dgk
Prettty Girl, one of the outside cats (Scooter's wife if you're following the other thread) is a pretty small white/grey cat - almost emaciated. I feed her and other neighbors do also, but she eats very slowly and not very much. Her nose, at least the part going up from the actual nostrils...
October 15th 09 02:33 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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I put the snatch on Scooter and he's at the Vet by dgk
Since I was off Monday I took the opportunity to take Marlo to get her annual checkup and shots. While there I asked the vet what I could do about Scooter, the outdoor cat I've been feeding. Scooter has been very busy overpopulating the neighborhood. We discussed the fee and for $200 I can get him...
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October 15th 09 02:15 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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It's coronavirus by John Ross Mc Master
It hit them all at once. It could become FIP which is fatal. I must have tracked it in somehow.
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October 14th 09 10:14 PM
by John Ross Mc Master Go to last post
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Ping Cybercat by Phil.P.
I have 2 'lil darlings for you- they're not Siamese- they're better http://maxshouse.com/Rescues/Oct-2009/pages/Jasper+Jordan_DSC_0010470.tif.htm
October 14th 09 02:12 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Question about hairball stuff by Cheryl[_3_]
Shamrock is horking up hairballs again so I'm starting him on the hairball stuff. There was a bit of dried hardened stuff around the opening and it pulled off in a solid piece. Scarlett ate it in one bite. Is it as effective dried as it is goopy? I'm starting an experiment by drying some on...
October 14th 09 12:15 PM
by Petzl Go to last post
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Mr Cat is now an eunuch !!!! by Netmask[_2_]
Mr Cat is now an eunuch! poor pussy.. the vet who does a door to door pickup and delivery service said it all went well and he is running jumping, climbing up the lattice cat room and still biting the hand that feeds him! and silly me thought deknackering would calm things down.... LOL Still I...
October 14th 09 08:40 AM
by Gandalf Go to last post
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Help with cat chewing on wires by Dlynne
I have a one year old Birman cat that likes to chew on headphone wires. He has already chewed right through 4 pair. I am worried with Christmas coming up and him chewing through the Christmas light wires. I tried vinager on the wires, but that did not work. I need suggestions as to what to try...
October 14th 09 04:35 AM
by MaryL Go to last post
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Ping Cybercat by Phil P.
Can't get much better than this! http://maxshouse.com/Rescues/Oct-2009/pages/Jasper+Jordan_DSC_0010470.tif.htm
October 13th 09 02:05 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Ping Cybercat by Phil P.
Can't get much better than this! http://maxshouse.com/Rescues/Oct-2009/pages/Jasper+Jordan_DSC_0010470.tif.htm
October 13th 09 05:46 AM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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Vaccine Data on Facebook/Rabies Challenge Fund by Kris L. Christine
For those of you interested in information on veterinary vaccines, The Rabies Challenge Fund now has an official page on Facebook and so do I (under Kris L. Christine), where I have posted a number of articles and studies under "discussions" and "notes ...
October 12th 09 09:20 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Anyone try the CatGenie by dgk
Apparently it was shown on TV yesterday since two friends told me about it: http://www.catgenie.com/ Looks pretty complicated and I can't say I like the idea of "cat-safe" sanitizer. It is a clever idea but the reliance on water and waste hookup relegate it to a bathroom or laundry room. Plus, it...
October 10th 09 07:41 AM
by dejablues[_4_] Go to last post
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Ping Phil All the cats in the house are sick by John Ross Mc Master
They have been to a vet and he's running blood and stool tests. The vet doesn't have a clue yet. I get the blood results today and the stool tests in 5 days. I'm posting here to discover if anyone else has had the problem. I am syringing chicken broth down their thoats all the time as well as...
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October 9th 09 10:17 PM
by John Ross Mc Master Go to last post
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Litter box in unsuitable place.... by Debbie[_4_]
We have a litter box behind our wet bar. Cats were previously relieving themselves back there, so we put the litter box there. However, this is a tight space, hard for us to get to to clean it, etc. How can we get them to stop going back there? We've tried gradually moving the box, but they...
October 5th 09 02:45 PM
by Rene S Go to last post
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won't take hairball onitment by ensoul[_2_]
yes pit in small amnt of their canned food, now Rudy will just take from my hand or spoon Moe hates it, Laxatone is thier any other way than rubbing into their fur? it's hard to hold them down cuz big guys I really do appreciate all replies ensoul
October 5th 09 02:42 PM
by Rene S Go to last post
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Feral Cat Newsgroup by Parma Feral Cats
There is a new newsgroup to discuss Feral Cats and the possibility of domestication. Go to http://groups.google.com/group/ParmaFeralCats
October 4th 09 09:58 PM
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