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Bloody vomit - is it related to HCM/Atenolol? by Stacy
Hello all, I'm having trouble tracking down information online about my cat's symptoms, and I stumbled across this forum and thought somebody here might have some advice or information. My 3-yr. old female cat, Mya, was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) last December. Since then,...
November 7th 05 06:44 PM
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Cat shakes her head a lot by [email protected]
My 6 year old cat had a dental cleaning with 6 extractions about 6 weeks ago. Everything seemed to go well except I notice that she seems to shake her head quite a bit as if there is something in her mouth that is annoying her. It's not constant but she wasn't doing it before the procedure. It's...
August 31st 13 04:27 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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SEE PIC of My Great EYE EYED KITTY :) by CuteKittys
Look at a pic of my cute One eye Kitty Girl, Born 6/17/03 with only one eye. She's the best, friendly, does everything and more than cats with 2 eyes (including roaming around rafters in barn, 25 feet up, at night in the dark, and never has any problems). She has always looked after other cats and...
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March 23rd 04 05:38 AM
by Sandy Go to last post
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Stress Induced Blindness - Effects Of Emotions On Glaucoma by The Puppy Wizard
From: Ray Bonar ) Subject: Angle-closure Glaucoma - Clinical types Date: 1997/12/27 Angle-closure Glaucoma - Clinical types Robert Ritch Ronald F. Lowe
August 15th 03 02:48 PM
by The Puppy Wizard Go to last post
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We Gotz Baybeez!!! by RobZip
I'm hoping that 5 new kittens is the final count. All healthy, active, noisy and feeding well. For some reason, my wife, Heidi, couldn't sleep last night and was up at 3am. I was watching the 24 Hours of LeMans coverage and was still up anyways. I had a feeling today was going to be the day the...
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June 15th 04 01:25 AM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Feeding Raw by Jesse
I'm rather new to Usenet and I am a member of several raw feeding groups on Yahoo! and the like and was wondering how many people in the usenet community are also raw feeders. If you are a raw feeder what are the most common things you feed to your feline friends? Cheers, Jesse
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February 18th 13 06:07 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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PBS funny cat by possum
On PBS, show called How we got to now, about sound, there was a segment showing firemen sliding down multiple poles, side by side, a cat ran to a pole and slid down alongside the firemen. It was the funniest thing.
November 13th 14 11:37 PM
by possum Go to last post
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NAME'S PLEASE FOR B'S WONDERFUL LITTLE KITTY(PHOTO PROVIDED) by sheelagh
http://picasaweb.google.com/bigbadbarry/Solarsystem/photo#5014274312484492882 B has taken a shot of one of his little baby's, & he is wonderful. Unfortunately I am not clever enough to copy and paste It for you.(I tried really hard, but my mousey wouldn't allow me to).However, If you go into...
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January 2nd 07 07:00 PM
by bookie Go to last post
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Stuck myself with the cat's lancet by Richard Evans
The cat and I are both diabetic. I check my own sugar 6-8 times per day, I check his twice. We have separate glucometer kits. Today, while preparing to check the cat's sugar, I had a brain fart and instead of lancing the cat I lanced my own forearm with a lancet that had been previously used on the...
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June 23rd 08 10:19 PM
by Trinkwasser Go to last post
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Cystitis won't go away by DrLargePants
Our 2 year old tom has starting having trouble peeing and when he does manage it he seems to use anywhere but the tray. He's constantly trying go and wondering around the house crying. He was previously diagnosed with cystitis (he was passing small amounts of blood in his urine) and given...
December 17th 04 11:26 AM
by Séan Connolly Go to last post
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Antihistamine for cats? by 5cats
One of my cats apparently has allergies. I recall being told years ago that antihistamines didn't work in cats, but now I'm reading some things that suggest that they do work. But I haven't found anything very specific. Are there veterinary antihistamines available or are people just using human...
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December 2nd 05 04:04 AM
by 5cats Go to last post
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Why I think Scottie died by Candace
I don't think Scottie's esophageal stricture was caused by cancer. This is what I think happened and how I inadvertently had a hand in sealing my poor cat's fate. As you may recall, Scottie was hospitalized for a week with a fever of unknown origin, lethargy, and inappetance. He was on IV and...
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March 15th 06 07:33 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Homemade cat food by meee
I have been wondering about making my cat's food myself. I would like to feed her something that is fresh, nutritious, and with no additives or unknown ingredients. Here is a list of ingredients I was thinking of using. Pearl barley, Fish entrails & scraps from the wholesaler, chicken by-products...
September 28th 05 05:16 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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OT - was The meat industry by Cathy Friedmann
"GAUBSTER2" wrote in message ... From: "Cathy Friedmann" When Saddam was captured, with the cry of "We got him!", all I could think was, "Well, good. I'm glad. But how about Bin Laden & his ...
January 3rd 04 09:12 PM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Advice needed, worried about my cat (Sherry, Cheryl, protector etc) by Mr Nangla
Hey Guys, I need your advice; my my kittie 'Bee' indoor/outdoor, spayed female about 1 and 1/2 years hasn't eaten or drunk anything the entire day. 1. She came back last night about 2300 and wasn't playing/joining us in her favourites games. 2. 0930 in the morning she threw up brownish vomit...
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February 27th 04 03:09 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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stupid stupid people by Lynne
I just got a call from my son's best friend who lives about 1/2 a mile from here. She wanted to know if Levi was in the house (of course he is). There is a cat who looks just like him who, according to her mother, has been there for 2 days. The daughter just saw him and freaked, thinking it...
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August 9th 07 12:26 AM
by Sheelagh >o Go to last post
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Cats Suddenly Picky About Food by noone
Have 2 cats, male & female. All of a sudden, like a screeching halt, after months of eating any hard food of any price level I gave them, they suddenly refuse to eat anything at all except soft food. A few days ago we couldn't find the stash of hard food we had on hand, and picked up a small can...
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April 21st 06 08:36 AM
by Ajanta Go to last post
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older cat with possible arthritis by Glitter Ninja
I swear, when it rains it pours... just as we might be getting one cat's conjunctivitis under control, another cat gets happy time with the vet ;) My cat Spam is about 13 years old. When he was a kitten, he had apparently been left outside in the cold and it caused some damage in his hind legs. ...
October 31st 05 06:59 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Accident at work compensation claims - are some sectors inherently risky? by Jennifer Alice
Some people who are considering bringing industrial accident claims forward think that their industry is inherently dangerous and that they accepted some degree of risk by virtue of their employment. Welders, chefs, carpenters or metalworkers might take a few burns on their fingers in their stride...
July 18th 13 08:39 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Scapegoats and Feral Cats by James Marz
Scapegoats and Feral Cats Working on the wheatbins at Mingenew, in the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia, in the early 80s, I witnessed the systematic slaughter of feral cats by high-powered guns. At an age where I'd grown out of the need to prove my passionate interaction with...
May 29th 04 03:06 AM
by Arjun Ray Go to last post
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