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Crazy cat with long memory by [email protected]
I have sleep apnea so I have a breathing machine with a humidifier. A couple of months ago I opened a new gallon of distilled water and gave 'Inky' the little blue seal ring. He took off with it and had a dandy time playing soccer. Now, every night as I refil the humidifer he is waiting. Tonight I...
March 31st 05 03:46 PM
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Need Info by CatNipped
Does anyone know of a low-cost spay and neuter clinic near Mandeville, LA or Picayune, MS? I have a friend to live near there who took in her two granddaughters, their puppy and their two *unneutered* cats - one male, one female. She didn't have the money to get them fixed right away and the...
April 11th 05 02:06 PM
by CatNipped Go to last post
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Almost lost Kami, but she's tough!!! by MaryL
"Brandy Alexandre" wrote in message news:[email protected] Way back when Kami was diagnosed with CRF, her vet said not to get to upset about it because it's manageable, and he said her heart or asthma would likely get...
April 12th 05 12:40 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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Followup to howling kitty by Clyde Ferndock
Thanks to all that replied to my original posting. After skolding us and bringing their shots up to date, both of our cats were givin a clean bill of health. That was big bucks to me, givin the amount of medical expenses I've had so far this year. After some discussion about many things she...
April 13th 05 11:34 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Allergies by [email protected]
I have had cats around for decades, and until the past couple years never had a cat with an allergy. Now I have two, unrelated cats, different ages, with allergies. About 1 1/2 years ago one cat, Speedy, began loosing hair. Two different vets said the same thing, flea allergy. Speedy got a shot...
April 14th 05 05:38 AM
by Karen Go to last post
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Steroid frequency - cats by [email protected]
I have two cats with allergies. Today one had an injection of a steroid, Depo Medrol. When I asked the vet how often it would be safe to get these injections, he said if necessary, every 3 - 4 weeks would be ok. He said it's pretty safe. One internet site states, "continued or prolonged use is...
April 14th 05 05:42 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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another aggressive cat by Ed Christie
Third cat in the house. Indoor outdoor cats. The third cat will chase the others until the only option is to wait by the door to be let out. Sometimes the other two don't even get time to eat. The third cat has been in the house about five months now. They are all neutered males.They don't actually...
April 19th 05 10:38 PM
by Alison Go to last post
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this saved my kitty! by pattys
My kitty was so sick and I didn't have the money to cover the costs. Now I'm making THOUSANDS thanks to this opportunity READING THIS COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, very stressed because I couldn't come up with enough money...
April 20th 05 02:48 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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one picture, big download, difficult to get by John Doe
Kiki and Kitty up on their (his and her) lofts near the ceiling. They get up there without help or encouragement. See group: alt.binaries.pictures.animals Subject: cats aloft - 1 attachment (~/2) medium/high resolution, 378 kb
April 20th 05 02:37 AM
by Mary Go to last post
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Oowweee, My Toes! by Nick
Why, oh why, doesn't the kitty-cat realise that my toes under the blanket are the same ones that are attached to my body? Last night, I must have moved in my sleep and got a wide-awake (= bored) cat attacking the greeblies in the bed. I can remember the teeth sinking into the flesh... Ouch! The...
April 12th 05 10:01 PM
by Ray Go to last post
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Do these need shots? by Teddy
I am kitty-sitting for 2 declawed 8 yr. old cats who are indoors only. But I have 5 in/out cats with all shots up to date. So can the indoor cats cach anything from my cats or need shots for any other reason? Their owner went to Kuwait and I will have these till Nov. Thanks
April 7th 05 07:04 PM
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Why is Amber doing this? by ---MIKE---
During the last week, Amber has started pulling out tufts of hair - mostly from her belly. Amber is 10 1/2 years old, spayed, a little pudgey but not fat. She is a typical domestic short hair, orange with white paws, vest and belly. Nothing has changed except a slight moderation in the weather. ...
March 31st 05 07:01 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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OMG.........Terri Shiavo's Feeding Tube Being Auctioned on eBay by Priscilla H. Ballou
Roy Smith wrote: In article , The Magnificent ******* wrote: Sad to see that they are trying to profit from her death in this distasteful way. I'm guessing that the proceeds will go to pay for some of the legal...
March 31st 05 07:52 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Herpes/calici infected - Do they need Distemper shot? by Mike
I have one indoor only cat (7 y/o) that is healthy and is in the process of getting updated on his FVRCP vaccination. But, I've decide to bring in a few very friendly strays (11 months old) that were abandoned. They're in the process of getting their vaccinations, various tests, and...
April 1st 05 11:25 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Proposal Would Allow Killing of Wild Cats by Bill
http://abcnews.go.com/US/print?id=634690 Proposal Would Allow Killing of Wild Cats Proposal to Legalize Killing of Wild Cats in Wisconsin Sparks Criticism By ROBERT IMRIE The Associated Press
April 2nd 05 10:25 AM
by BrandyAlexandre Go to last post
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Kitty Sniffles by Mary
My asthmatic and allergic little tabby was sneezing a lot and showing signs that her nose was sore (e.g. snarling and stiffening if we went anywhere near it while petting her.) Just an FYI: the vet told me to give her Chlortrimeton (that is the brand name, there are generics available) at the rate...
April 2nd 05 09:08 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Need advice AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR by Toni&Nate
Yesterday our vet came to the house to treat our cat for an allergy and he had to confine her to give her a injection. She has become very aggressive to me,I wasn't even in the room. Not to my wife,when she sees me she makes terrible sounds and runs to hide.Help what can we do.
April 3rd 05 07:55 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Question about Frontline by Calvin Rice
I've been using Advantage to get rid of my cats' fleas for years, but I've never used anything for ticks. When I see or feel a tick I just pull it off, and that has done the job so far. My cats are indoor/outdoor by the way. But one of my cats has a tick close next to his eyelid near the outside...
April 5th 05 03:17 AM
by Calvin Rice Go to last post
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Wet food in UK? by Caryl
I have heard much (all good) about Wellness food, but can find no trace of it in the UK. Can anyone recommend a good wet cat food available here?
April 5th 05 10:25 PM
by Alison Go to last post
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Justin, Mary - declaw the cats, not the humans by Mel
"Mary" wrote in message news:[email protected] "Justin L" wrote in message ... On Wed, 20 Apr 2005 03:43:42 GMT, "Mel" wrote: ...
April 22nd 05 05:41 AM
by Mel Go to last post
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