A cat forum. CatBanter

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Go Back   Home » CatBanter forum » Cat Newsgroups
Site Map Home Register Authors List Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Web Partners

Post New Thread
Threads in Forum : Cat health & behaviour Forum Tools Search this Forum Feed Icon
  Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Reverse Sort Order Replies Views
Please slow down by Brian Link
Horrible night last night. I was trying to sleep after pulling four 16 hour shifts. I heard a horrible "thump-meow" out my window. When I looked out the window, the neighbor's cat was in his death-throes. Some asshole was speeding down the street and freaked out the cat, who made an attempt across...
July 25th 09 10:46 PM
by Confused Go to last post
4 328
And here I thought we were through with this... by jmc
First, Meep hopped into the tub this morning, hopped straight out shaking wet feet and I laughed... I didn't realize she was trying to tell me something. When she tried to pee in my "shred box" I got a clue, checked the litterbox - couple of good pees, but on top, two or three quarter-sized...
July 25th 09 11:57 AM
by jmc Go to last post
5 538
Idiopathic cystitis by jmc
So, even after seven years of dealing with this, I still learn new stuff. In the past, I've alway whisked Meep off to the vet whenever she has an attack. Gradually, though, I've realized this hasn't really been in her best interests - although for a while she'd always get an antibiotic, my...
July 25th 09 03:27 AM
by jmc Go to last post
3 338
Mixing an FIV+ cat with FIV- cats by brad
Hi there, I have three wonderful female kitties (ages 3,6,14) that I adore. All three have been spayed and all are healthy and negative on diseases. A few years ago I placed an FIV+, neutered, solid white male with an older lady. A few weeks ago she passed away. The kitty is now nine years...
July 24th 09 03:46 PM
by dberrycat Go to last post
3 265
"Painless ending for a cat by Granby
I don't want to post right now but have to tell you something. I just got back from having my Sadie dog PTS. This vet, a new one to me, did the two step method. They gave a shot in the hip area to relax her. It did in just a very few minutes. They he administered the second shot. I told him...
July 22nd 09 04:14 AM
by Granby Go to last post
7 335
Nebby to be operated on for Patellar luxation - Both back legs! by chatnoir
It is going to be done at the VRCC Center in Denver! The surgery does not sound serious; but then too I had not had a good experience on cat survival from the VRCC! Three went in, one came out alive and he died a month later! Their situations were of course very serious! Still, I have some...
July 21st 09 08:15 PM
by Granby Go to last post
1 317
When 1 is a bully? by ensoul[_2_]
they're brothers, indoor & neutered...both the same size, Rudy is the bully if they're in the same room (my place is a small 2 bdrm apart.) he will stop Moe from what ever he's doing; using the straching post, playing w/a toy,looking out the window etc...Rudy goes over & wacks him w/his paw, ...
July 20th 09 09:54 PM
by chatnoir Go to last post
3 508
Pooping on the floor by Deuteros
I posted about this here several months ago: I have a 7 year old male cat. He's had no behavior problems since we've had him but several months ago he started pooping on the floor in random places. He still poops in his litter box sometimes and he is still peeing in the box (as far as I can tell)....
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 20th 09 07:26 PM
by jweeks Go to last post
14 495
Flutd food problems by Jo
My 11 y/o cat is prone to calcium oxlates stones. He had been eating Hill's x/d dry when he developed a food allergy. He was switched to Hill's k/d dry but is allergic to that too (same main ingredients - rice, corn, and chicken). The vet wants to put him on Hill's z/d dry or (I think) on Hill's...
July 20th 09 07:16 PM
by jweeks Go to last post
4 602
feral cat relocation question by bob[_3_]
I had 3 feral cats, all siblings, all 5 yrs old, all with microchips Had them for 5 years living in a wooded area behind my apartment. Fed, vaccinated and "fixed" them all. 1 yr ago I moved to a home that had a very large preserve in the yard. 1 of the 3 cats left the 1st day - never came...
July 20th 09 07:10 PM
by jweeks Go to last post
4 429
I FINALLY MOWED THE FRONT LAWN by sativasam
oh yes, your just the kind of chap I like to Spike with LSD (http://url2it.com/snf) and experiment with...
July 20th 09 03:54 PM
by sativasam Go to last post
0 368
Question - What does my cat sit under the fan? by CleggandCompany
Under it, behind it, next to it, but never in front of it. Is there a catty reason he likes the fan?
July 20th 09 01:28 AM
by MLB[_2_] Go to last post
6 1,623
Airline comfy travel for Cats and other Pets by SUNNY
Hi, Check this Post http://digg.com/d1qzLS Sunny
July 17th 09 09:20 AM
by SUNNY Go to last post
0 528
Smoking Around Pets is Bad, its hurting them by SUNNY
Hi, Check this informative post. http://digg.com/d1CHlm Sunny
July 17th 09 09:12 AM
by SUNNY Go to last post
3 364
The Magic No 5- How To Cure Hemroids by co.man
In some cases, natural therapy is actually better than modern medicine. Hemorrhoids are ugly expressions of an ailment. I learned how to cure hemroids. Here 5 of the most recommended simple home remedies can help hemorroids cure 1. Get more fiber in your diet. 2. Get regular. 3. Lose weight. 4....
July 17th 09 07:51 AM
by Netmask Go to last post
1 225
These cats look Bad! by chatnoir
http://www.squarestate.net/viewRating.do?rateCommentId=39833
July 16th 09 02:09 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
1 304
Espy in hospital (Phil, you around?) by dgk[_2_]
Bad. He was limping yesterday, rear left leg. It didn't appear to be a saddle clot since it was warm and looked more like it hurt than that he couldn't use it. Off to the specialty vet. By way of review, he wouldn't eat two weeks back, the vet found abnormal liver enzymes and a huge blocked...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 16th 09 01:23 PM
by dgk Go to last post
16 683
for Rosie cat by ensoul[_2_]
first sorry I didn't get your name along w/projecting anxiety, Rosie knows when her 2 humans go in the bathroom w/her what will since they take her in there all time ...I'd regulary change the room you use I can't cut my cats claws (they go spaz then I get maybe 1 or 2 & don't which I've done)...
July 16th 09 12:06 AM
by ensoul[_2_] Go to last post
2 221
Billy - TrendNet cam is up! by dgk
I tried it out last night and it's working fine. The only tricky part was that the default address of the camera is 192.168.0.20, and my subnet is not 0. The nice people in India told me to temporarily change the subnet on my computer to 0 and it was then able to talk to the camera. Everything is...
July 15th 09 01:39 PM
by dgk Go to last post
5 260
I Think My Kitten Has Cerebellar Hypoplasia by Poe
I have a 6-week old foster kitten. He is from a litter of four, with two dying at birth, and one dying about one day old. He is the sole survivor. I've been increasingly worried about his motor skills. At 4-5 weeks I expected to see him grow stronger, and by week 6, stable on his feet. Instead,...
July 15th 09 12:37 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
7 388
Post New Thread


Display Options
Showing threads 981 to 1000 of 17136
Sorted By Sort Order
From The
Forum Tools Search this Forum
Search this Forum :

Advanced Search

New posts New posts More than 15 replies or 150 views Hot thread with new posts
No new posts No new posts More than 15 replies or 150 views Hot thread with no new posts
Closed Thread Thread is closed  
 
Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump


All times are GMT +1. The time now is 04:51 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2004-2018 CatBanter.
The comments are property of their posters.