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Spayed female with enlarged nipples by Mike S.
I have a 2 y/o female cat that was spayed when she was 10 months old (she was a stray). Recently, I noticed that her back two nipples are bigger than the rest. If I didn't know any better, I'd say she was pregnant, but she can't be. She is slightly pudgy and has had weight problems since she was...
October 6th 06 04:54 PM
by cybercat 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
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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
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cat suddenly paralyzed by [email protected]
Yesterday my mom found my cat our inside/outside cat sitting by our aprtment in a daze. She could hardly stand or walk strait, and she was twitching/convulsing. We live in san antonio and It was a pretty hot day out, so my mom figured it was just heat stroke (alothough it had never happend befor...
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July 12th 06 09:00 PM
by Popsie's Mom Go to last post
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Cat's fur won't grow back by June[_2_]
My male cat age 7 had his tummy shaved last August when he had a urinary tract problem. The vet had to put him under to get crystals out of his bladder. The procedure was successful but the fur has not grown back. He only has like a peach fuzz on his tummy. He's an indoor cat so it's not...
June 12th 12 06:43 PM
by Sara Hix Go to last post
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Cat gets on the counter top by Rock Master
What should i do to keep the cat off the counter top i caught her laying on it many times i make her get down but when i leave the kitchen she will get back on the counter top again
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November 1st 16 02:33 AM
by A.J. Schepis Go to last post
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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
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What Can I Do To Help This Cat? by Luvskats00
I recently adopted a 5 year old dsh/declawed/spayed female who was taken from her home when the owner threatened to dump her in the street. She was put into a waiting shelter for one month before I adopted her. I've had 2-cat combos twice before with little problem...now, I have big problems. My...
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November 25th 03 01:00 AM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Calcium Oxalate stone - can't remove by Mike S.
The vet told me that my cat has a calcium oxalate stone but that it's located in a place where they cannot perform surgery. They're just gonna have to wait and see what happens with it and keep an eye on it. I can't remember the location of the stone but I think it was above or around the colon....
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October 28th 05 09:49 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Aerokat and Flixotide, for feline "asthma" by Eddy[_2_]
Some of you were very kind with your views two months ago when Puss here developed serious asthma attacks. Since then the vet has been experimenting and the latest experiment was to give him a steroid injection. It worked brilliantly: instantly stopping the attacks. But then after five days they...
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February 18th 12 10:57 AM
by mickrio Go to last post
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Hematoma by Perry Justus
Hi, One of my cats has a hematoma (very swollen ear). I really want to take him to the vet to have it profesionally cared for, but we're on such a tight budget that there's no way we could afford the procedure. What would you recommend doing? I just found out today that the wrinkly ear thing is...
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November 7th 05 04:47 AM
by Kitkat Go to last post
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Can cats smell cancer or injuries/infection? by katwoman
I was wondering if anyone has info on whether cats can detect cancer as well as dogs. My dog sammy had cancer of the nose and skin, and my two cats were constantly going up to him and smelling the affected areas even before we knew he had cancer- in fact - that is what led us to go to the vet to...
April 22nd 07 11:22 PM
by bec Go to last post
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Cat Won't Stop Pawing Doors by Jill
Hello, I have had my cat from over a year now. He's been declawed and neutered since I've owned him. He's never been affectionate towards me expect when I first come home from work (and thats for about 5 mins). Over the last 4 days, he's taken on a bad and very frustrating/annoying behavior. ...
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January 6th 07 01:56 AM
by bookie Go to last post
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PETA - People Exhibiting Terrible Attributes by Pifflove
PETA views human needs as unnatural but the needs of a chicken are not only natural, but paramount. KFC is now in the sights of the ever vigilant animal activists. PETA believes that KFC is cruel because it just gives enough space to the birds and feeds them too much causing the poultry...
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December 2nd 03 11:03 PM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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my cat's tongue turned purple! by kitkat via CatKB.com
My cat just got back from spending the weekend at the vet's because he needed SubQ fluids and antibiotics - I know my cat's tongue was red - now it's purple - think its the meds or a reaction to the meds? I'm assuming the vet would've noticed this before otherwise she won't have sent him home. ...
October 10th 06 08:30 PM
by Ron Herfurth Go to last post
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Alternatives to Pill Pockets by [email protected]
I thought the Pill Pockets would be great, but my cat won't eat them. Can anyone suggest some other food that would be okay to hide a pill in? Are there any cat treats, for instance, that are soft enough to push a pill into? (Hiding the pill in his regular wet food doesn't do the trick -- he...
March 20th 07 06:45 AM
by Rhonda Go to last post
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Calico cats - Bad temperament? by Richard
I just adopted a stray 8-10 week calico female kitten. I told the vet that she was very sweet and I was handling her alot to help her become socialized. The vet replied "Let's hope she stays that way. Most calico cats are quite ill-tempered." She had worked several years at a cat shelter. I was...
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July 22nd 06 01:55 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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My cat won't stop begging for food by Dom
It's all in the subject title. To give you a feel for things, my cat will beg (cry, poke at me, search the trash for food) as soon as I get home. I give him a 3oz can of gravy-lovers food, and a bowl of hard food, and he licks up all the gravy in the first and takes a nibble from the second, then...
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August 9th 12 08:10 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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IAMS vs Whiskas? by Lord_Alex
Hello all, I'm new to the group and somewhat new to raising cats (I had cats as a kid 10 years ago). At the end of April I decided my house was too empty, so I went to the local animal shelter and adopted two cats - a 6 month old female shorthair (Xerxes) and a 2 year old male Persian ragdoll with...
June 9th 11 08:53 PM
by Rockinghorse Winner[_6_] Go to last post
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Do cats get hot spots? by Corey Kaye
Juliet is a 9 year old DLH. She was diagnosed with IBD several years ago and was on z/d for years. Right now she's on Innova cat food, and has not had any digestive problems. She's an indoor kitty that doesn't go outside ever. I have several other cats that are also all indoor-only. Today I...
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December 25th 06 10:23 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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