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Fundraiser - PLEASE HELP - My cat needs surgery by Jacqui Watz
The tips of Harley's ears are being destroyed by skin cancers, and we've been told he will need surgery to remove the affected parts. Early last year our other cat, Kitty, was diagnosed with stomach cancer. She needed surgery but sadly, she died shortly after. The vet bill we received was just...
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March 18th 15 10:14 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Upside down packaging tape, no more chewing on electrical cords by John Doe
My first critical application of upside down packaging tape was to keep my cat off of the windowsill in a cat-hostile apartment complex. Now that I'm temporarily fostering three kittens... They start chewing on a group of electrical cords in a very small area on the floor. Put two pieces of 4...
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September 17th 13 05:56 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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7-year-old cat with "smoker's cough" ! by Eddy[_2_]
Does anyone recognise the following? Puss will be sleeping happily and then he'll start "coughing". It seems he's trying to move something. He keeps on coughing but whatever it is doesn't move or stop aggravating him and so he gets anxious and gets quickly down onto the floor and into the crouch...
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November 23rd 11 05:29 PM
by Eddy[_2_] Go to last post
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Our cat will not stay inside. Why not? by jjg
I mentioned it briefly in another thread, but it is something I am quite worried about: our cat will not stay within the house. Well, he has always been an outside cat, and the weather is good at the moment, but still it is remarkable that he does not even want to stay in the house for more than...
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June 14th 08 08:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Depression from my cats death by [email protected]
I just lost my Cat, she was a siamese but looked more tonkanese to me, named Kiki. My mom bought her for me when I had just finished the first grade, so I was around 6 years old. I am now about to turn 28 and she has been with me the entire time, amazing when I reflect on it, she was around 21. She...
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January 31st 08 04:52 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Queer Eye andf Cats by [email protected]
I'm watching it right now and in this episode the cats in the home really destroyed the couch. While I would have liked to see a cat tree incorporated into the room, I was still very happy with what Thom the designer did! He said some people get cats declawed to save the furniture, but then...
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June 20th 04 03:57 AM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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Kitty skin breakout by Singer709
My big orange buddy RJ has a small group of "zits" on his forehead, just beneath his ears and above his eyes. They are like a small rash. He's not scratching them at all (other than his normal grooming), and he's otherwise in perfect health. His eyes and ears are all fine, too. I can pick them off...
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June 20th 04 07:39 AM
by minerva nine Go to last post
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Cat survives tumble in drier. by kaeli
PA voice This is a public service announcement: please check your appliances before turning them on if you have pets small enough to fit in them. ;) /PA voice http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/animals/newsid_3466000/3466731.stm Excerpt: A little kitten from Cornwall is lucky to be alive...
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June 21st 04 10:29 AM
by Lord Stiffmenot Go to last post
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My foster cat Hushpad by KellyH
Here she is! http://www.sarl-nh.org/cats/catHushpad.htm Hushpad is on the SARL website now. I thought some of you might be interested in seeing her, since I've posted so many questions asking for help with her. Megan, the schedule is working pretty well. She still cries after I leave the room,...
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June 22nd 04 02:47 PM
by Denise Clere Go to last post
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Goodish news for Jackie Cat by dgk
Jackie is the 5 pound 12 year old (or more) cat that I adopted last month. After more than three weeks on antibiotics she has gained 7/10 of a pound. The vet was very pleased and thinks that there is no need to try to get more blood out of her for testing. His thinking is that if she had any of the...
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June 18th 04 01:14 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Kitten peeing in her bed? How do I stop this? by Eden
My husband and I acquired a 4 week old kitten a few days ago. I am in the process of trying to litter train her, which is proving difficult. She seems to have a thing for towels (I think?) I have been making her a bed with towels, and she keeps peeing on it. I also put a towel on her litterbox...
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June 16th 04 02:31 PM
by Sherry Go to last post
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I have to decide to euthanize my cat by kspitfire
I just got back from my vet a few hours ago who determined that my cat has a large abdominal tumor, says it's definitely advanced and combined with other symptoms (loss of appetite - I could only get her to eat about a tablespoon of wet food this morning - fever and listlessness) is recommending I...
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September 19th 03 12:31 AM
by Linda E Go to last post
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tried everything for Yowling by Ensoul100
its not new, but it's worse I have used feliway gotten new toys and rotate them, play with her several times a day,,,making sure to do longer session in evening she's always feed before we go bed, has both dry and canned food & fresh water Sam is given lots of loving
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September 22nd 03 06:13 AM
by MaryL Go to last post
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Your opinion please. My upcoming holiday by Kuisse0002
Every year I return to our house in another state (2hrs flight) and spend a month there (X'mas and NY hols). Should I bring my cat with me. This will be the first time she flys. She's 5 yrs. I've had her for a few months already. She's in good health but very skittish. Vet said she personally would...
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September 29th 03 08:46 PM
by LAL Go to last post
33 444
is Zodiac safe to use for fleas by Lauralai
hi yesterday i posted about about my cat's having fleas the people who replyed said not to use OTC things. well i would NEVER use any hartz product for fleas but i was wondering if Zodiac is safe to use for fleas. I went to the website and it says that it's active ingrdient is methoprene while...
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October 3rd 03 07:53 AM
by -L. Go to last post
33 1,147
Question for Phil P. by [email protected]
Phil I automatically sort messages here and delete all but yours. My concern is, eventually, you will move on. Question is, could you give me any names of other valuable contributors to this group. Thanks indeed.
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October 5th 03 12:13 AM
by Joe Canuck Go to last post
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Alternative to Nutro Lite? by Gandalf
I read with much interest the thread on Nutro food(s). I have been feeding my now 7 YO indoor only cat Nutro Max Lite for several years. No problems yet; Kenzie has never been sick in any way in the 4 years or so since I got her, but I'd rather not find out the hard way. She was eating Iams...
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November 13th 03 08:11 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Duffy - champion climber by MaryL
My brother and sister-in-law are visiting this weekend. I live in Texas and they live in Pennsylvania, so this was my sister-in-law's first opportunity to See Duffy. She "oohed" and "awwed" properly over both of my cats, but they especially wanted to see Duffy climb the cat tree because they had...
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November 24th 03 03:49 PM
by Rene Go to last post
33 1,025
What Kitty Litter Works Best? by Christina
Hi I'm new here, although I've been "lurking" and reading the posts for a few days. I have two male cats (brothers) Scooby and Sylvester who will make a year on May 1st. I have tried all types of different litter, the scoopable, non-scoop, scented, unscented. I guess I'm just curious as to what...
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January 23rd 04 01:13 AM
by Knack Go to last post
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does anyone have a cat with a chipped tooth by Kuisse0002
My cat had one ugly grey/yellow incisor - looks like its rotting - but shes eating very well - wet food/ kibble and drinking well - as per normal. yesterday the tooth broke half way. Today I brought her to the vet and the vet said it looks like the tooth broke halfway only but did not touch the...
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September 14th 03 04:40 AM
by Kuisse0002 Go to last post
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