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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
by Parma Feral Cats Go to last post
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Hyperthyroid cat by JEP
My 13 year old male cat Harpo was just diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. His node is palpable and his T4 is high (4.7), but his blood pressure and all other blood work are fine, and he's not really showing any symptoms yet. He drinks water a bit too frequently at night, but not during the day,...
October 4th 09 03:25 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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3 Part Animal Communication Series by Animal Echoes
Penelope Jensen 3 part Seminar (5,12,19) The essentials on how to telepathically get in touch with animals. How you are already in communication with animals. How to expand your receptivity, increase your awareness and open your heart. Telepathic communication with animals is natural ability all...
October 3rd 09 10:43 PM
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Give Birds a Break. Lock Up the Cat. by chatnoir
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/29/science/29angi.html?_r=1&em=&pagewanted=all headline: Give Birds a Break. Lock Up the Cat. excerpt: Peter P. Marra, a research scientist at the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center at the National Zoo, pointed out that cats were the only
October 3rd 09 05:15 PM
by No Name Go to last post
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laxatone & hairball Q's by ensoul[_2_]
Moe and Rudy have super long hair to the point that when wake up they're clumps of their hair all around the rug and it even gets into my cupboards in the kictchen (they can't get into them!) so regular hairball stuff doesn't work on them though they're brothers and almost identical Moe has more...
October 3rd 09 12:25 PM
by MaryL Go to last post
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Hilarious by Phil P.
http://www.break.com/index/dumb-cat-cant-figure-out-how-to-drink.html Enjoy.
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October 3rd 09 03:35 AM
by cyberpurrs Go to last post
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New outdoor kitty - seeking advice by Zorin the Lynx
Good morning folks, it's been a while since I've posted here. Few remember me I bet, but I got some much-needed advice back in 2002 when Lynxie was a kitten and I was lost as a new cat owner. Thank you again, those who are still here. I've always fed a few stray cats. They have always been feral,...
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October 2nd 09 09:04 PM
by FirstHit Go to last post
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What happened to this group? by MLB[_2_]
It seems to have expired. MLB
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October 2nd 09 11:08 AM
by Petzl Go to last post
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Your cat's image of himself (herself) by jmc
http://icanhascheezburger.com/2009/10/01/funny-pictures-of-the-sofa/ Only in my cat's mind, she's a black panther :) jmc
October 1st 09 04:04 PM
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Roly-poly pets: Overweight animals at risk for diseases, death by Barb[_3_]
http://www.suntimes.com/lifestyles/pets/1774140,HOF-News-EasyFat17.article Roly-poly pets: Overweight animals at risk for diseases, death September 17, 2009 BY CELESTE BUSK Staff Reporter If your pooch is packing on the pounds or the cat waddles when she struts, it may be time for a diet.
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September 30th 09 10:01 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Is it my service or is it just quiet in here? by jmc
I've seen no messages in here all day - just testing to see if my netnews service is having problems, or if it's just slow here. jmc
September 30th 09 09:24 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Fudin', Fussin' and a fightin' by Granby
O T , every now and then gets on a kick of ambushing Willow and Piglett as they come around a corner. Well, I hope today was his last time with Willow. She weighs about 5 lbs at most and he was 16 at his last vet trip. Today as she came out of the kitchen, he landed on her. You could hear the...
September 30th 09 09:17 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Trap, Neuter, and Release: Bad for Cats, Disaster for Birds (HD) by chatnoir
http://www.youtube.com/abcbirds
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September 30th 09 08:37 AM
by Netmask[_2_] Go to last post
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Chilled canned food ok to serve to cats by Rick Ulrich[_2_]
Hi. What is everyone's opinion on giving canned food out of the refrigerator? Does it have to be at room temperature? My three cats eat it chilled and at room temperature. I do this because I don't give them a full tin of food and have to store in frig until next serving. Thanks Rick
September 22nd 09 01:56 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Owners horrified after cat shot 13 times and survives by Netmask[_2_]
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/09/22/2693465.htm
September 22nd 09 11:19 AM
by Netmask[_2_] Go to last post
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salt water bathing for cat eczema by No Name
how much salt would one put into a pint of warm water to make a salt water bath? Part of treatment for skin problems. vet said weak salt water bathing, rinse dry skin, then apply cream. I forgot to ask how much salt. I'm sure it's not to be to strong it might sting him, and if any gets left on...
September 21st 09 11:22 PM
by Netmask[_2_] Go to last post
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One eye darker than the other? by jmc
There's nothing actually *wrong* with Meep's eyes, at her last physical they tested her vision and looked at her eyes, but I've noticed a curious thing: One eye appears darker than the other in certain light (always the same eye) - is it possible for the tapus luteum (sp? the reflective bit...
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September 20th 09 03:05 PM
by MaryL Go to last post
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My cat doesn't like me drinking coffee!? by Netmask[_2_]
When I finish drinking my coffee (very strong Italian black with no milk or sugar) he wants to "bury" the cup with the typical scratching ritual. In fact any plate that has had food on it but especially coffee.... Any thoughts? BTW my doctor is not the least concerned at my coffee intake...
September 20th 09 01:40 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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One cat put down and the one left behind is suffering by June[_2_]
I always thought cats had short memories about other cats; sort of nature's way of handling life for them. I had to have one of my cats put down to stop the suffering. I still have another cat inside who is missing the first cat. It's only been a week but it he knows things aren't right. ...
September 19th 09 11:32 PM
by Rich Go to last post
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