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For Phil by JEP
Phil, Thanks for replying to my question. I tried emailing you directly, but I suppose the address displayed here isn't your real one. So here are some follow-up questions. Since data on grams/100 kcal isn't readily available or easy to calculate, let me ask a simpler question. If one food has...
June 16th 11 11:42 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Flea collar causing bald spot... by Hobbes
Hi everyone, My female cat - "Pepe" - has been with me for approx 15years (since she was a few months old). She has always been, to my eyes, a happy cat with her own way of doing things. She will always purr madly at the slightest stroke along her back, will treat everyone (of the human kind) as...
July 25th 05 07:15 AM
by Steve(JazzHunter) Go to last post
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Kitty Cat Litter Box Cake recipie by dgk
The cheesecake mini-thread reminded me of this one, which I probably pulled from here originally: Kitty Litter Cake 1 spice or German chocolate cake mix 1 white cake mix 1 large package vanilla instant pudding mix 1 package vanilla sandwich cookies Green food coloring
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July 8th 05 03:20 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Advice please? by Dooies B.B
Sorry to cross post but I have a bit of a dilema. My cat is now 15 and a half, and although she still eats, drinks, toilets, and sleeps, she does little else. I know she has some discomfort from her lower back, and probably kidney problems. Other than that and her increased laziness she seems...
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August 27th 03 06:00 PM
by Blob Drenchley Go to last post
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Might as well just buy the cheap stuff. by James
Over 40 brands recalled. If they're all made by the same manufacturer why spend money on brand names?
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March 23rd 07 07:30 PM
by Lynne 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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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 03:04 AM
by 5cats Go to last post
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euthanasia - anything I should know? by Gary Warner
Hello - I'm a somewhat frequent Usenet user, but never here. My parents have a cat that it's now time to put to sleep. He's about 14 years old and over the last month (or less) has ballooned up with fluid in the abdomen. The vet did a blood test (negative for any diseases) and then an...
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September 11th 03 04:25 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Recycled car tire rubber for climbing material by John Doe[_2_]
We been using recycled car tire rubber 1/4 inch thick mat since March 2015. It works very well for climbing and it doesn't shed onto the floor. It was cut in strips and hot melt glued to 1x4s with about 1/2 inch hanging over each side. They have some trouble climbing down, like cats do on...
July 17th 16 11:15 AM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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Help with caring for newborn kitten by [email protected]
Brandy Alexandre wrote: My cubicle neighbor found a kitten that is about two or three days old. She's going to try to raise it and if anyone has any advice or encouraging words, I'd like to pass them along. She said she saw the kitten in the grass and decided to watch for a bit in case...
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April 21st 05 03:51 PM
by BarB Go to last post
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Depression in Old Cat After 1st Vet Visit in Years by [email protected]
Hello. I've posted here once or twice before about an old cat I inherited. All I knew about her when I inherited her was that she had been spayed and given initial shots (rabies, distemper, leukemia) when she was saved from the streets by my sister in 1994. One of you was *so* nice and called my...
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March 5th 06 06:46 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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Feline bladder cancer by cindys
I noticed that my cat, Amanda, who is just shy of 14 years old and has cardiomyopathy and the start of CRF was recently spending an inordinate amount of time scratching around in her litter box. I also had noticed she wasn't grooming quite as well as she used to (but it wasn't significant, and I...
March 5th 14 04:47 PM
by [email protected] 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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Bengal Cats:are they hybrids or are they true domestic cats? by Hemmaholic
First, the Bengal Breed was developed by crossing the ASIAN LEOPARD CAT with a short haired domestic. That makes the Bengal both a hybrid as well as a domestic cat. The eat the same thing any other domestic breed eats and are subject to the same ailments as any other domestic breed. They are...
February 26th 05 07:02 PM
by Can Altinbay Go to last post
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Cat Won't Finish the Job-! YECHHH-! by bz
The Cat: Wanda the 4-5 yr old female tabby, 4-5 lbs, N Texas area, healthy and smart; prefers outdoors. Regularly checked at vet & current on shots. At last check, no intestinal problems. The Problem: will NOT cover her stool in her litter box. After she defecates, she will simply glance at the...
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October 30th 06 02:08 AM
by meeee Go to last post
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Special litter to detect blood in urine? by Catherine Recart
Hello, I read somewhere that there is a special litter that detects blood in the cat's urine (it changes colour). Does anyone know anything about it? I saw a sort of orange (kind of salmon) spot in my cat's litter tray, and it happend again (like 4 days later). Nobody else in my house sees the...
August 1st 06 12:32 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Funny funny feline video! by MGW
Funny funny feline video! http://home.ripway.com/2003-12/41223/funny_cats.wmv
March 10th 04 03:24 AM
by MacCandace Go to last post
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How to stop cats killing? by Ellie Bentley
I know all cats have a deeply ingrained instinct to hunt. I don't mind that. It's just the constant killing that I would rather have them avoid. Birds, voles, mice, shrews, weasels, and rabbits: I find them all waiting for me on the kitchen floor. Any ideas on how to stop them actually killing?...
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April 13th 06 04:02 PM
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swollen feet on cat by niko
My cat is about 12 years old, she has been in not great health as of late, she ran away a while back and must have been trapped somehwere for a quite a while, about a week. She finally made it home and she was obviously starving, she was skin and bones. We have taken her to the vet, and he has...
March 19th 06 02:26 AM
by Kelcey via CatKB.com Go to last post
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Need help choosing new cat by Wayne
My wife and I are retired and our cat recently died and we want to get another. We have had several in the past years and we really want an affectionate cat that will sit on our laps while we watch TV or read. Not all cats will do this, some are friendly but skittish and will not sit on your lap...
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January 28th 06 04:54 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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