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Tokyo cat cafes by calvin
http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/japan/090406/tokyos-cat-cafes
June 7th 09 10:33 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Question about a lump behind nipple by little vine
I have an abandoned 1yr old female scheduled for spaying on Monday, June 1st. This morning I was examining her nipples to make sure she had properly dried up after finishing nursing when I noticed a rather large swelling (growth/lump) behind one of her lower nipples. I tried calling the vet to see...
June 7th 09 04:27 PM
by little vine Go to last post
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8 month old maine coon diet by automaton2
My kitten Cupido is a doll /devil he had dietary problems food allergies when he was 3 months old he was on hills i/d yuck Finally hes on better food before grain chicken dry natural balance duck and peas can wysong nurture w pheasant as a daily treat I am just happy that hes tolerating these...
June 6th 09 06:42 PM
by automaton2 Go to last post
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Spaying incision length by John Hinson[_2_]
Hello, I had Daisy spayed today; I was shocked at the length ot the incision (about 4 inches) and now wonder about the credentials of the vet. I'm really upset about this and blame myself for maybe not asking enough questions about the surgery beforehand. When I adopted my first 2 cats the SPCA...
June 6th 09 03:40 PM
by John Hinson[_2_] Go to last post
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Intact Tom question by dragon[_2_]
We've been looking after a stray since last fall who is at least two years old. He's intact and I'm wondering what the chances are that he'll stop spraying once we get him fixed. We'd like to take him in this winter and will pay for the neutering if it will stop his spraying. Any experiences you...
June 3rd 09 01:51 PM
by Granby Go to last post
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ANTS! Yuck! by jmc
Well, once again, ants have found Meep's food. We keep spraying trails, sprayed border stuff on the outside of the house, but still they find her food. This time, I think they're coming from a nest in the neighbors house (we live in a townhouse) because I can't find a trail into the house...
June 1st 09 07:32 PM
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Pharmacy [email protected]@@[email protected]@@@ by sukrati
Pharmacy [email protected]@@[email protected]@@@ A pharmacy major was taking a course in Dispensing. One day they were discussing the various labels affixed to prescription containers, such as, "Take with food," and "Take with water." At the end of class, the professor passed out a few sample labels.
June 1st 09 10:35 AM
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Hey everyone! by Sarahsmile231
Just wanted to say hello! I just found this group and subscribed. Hope everyone is enjoying the weekend!
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June 1st 09 02:03 AM
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Kitten food for an 8 month old cat or switch to adult food? by mike
My cat is 8 months old. Should I feed her kitten food until she's a year old, or is it ok to switch to adult cat food if she'll eat it? What are the potential consequences if I switch to adult food? Thanks. Mike
June 1st 09 12:12 AM
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discouraging unwanted behavior in 1yo siamese by peter[_2_]
hi, i grow up with Siamese and we recently added one to our herd of two other cats. the new one, annie foghorn (annie because she looked anorexic and foghorn because she was in heat when we got her. she has been fixed), has taken to vigorously squalling and pawing our bedroom door at...
May 31st 09 04:42 PM
by Granby Go to last post
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How long have most of your cats.... by Netmask
Gloria wrote: lived? How many years? My first moggy felix born the same day as me lived for 18 years and he was tough, lived outside mostly and was my dog's best friend. Then many many years of overseas travel. Then my first Burmese, Sam only lasted 6 years, followed by Monki 23 years and...
May 31st 09 02:24 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Burmese cat wants to eat gravel by Netmask
My 14 year old Burmese is wanting to eat gravel - what does this mean? Is he lacking minerals or has an upset tummy? very strange..
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May 31st 09 08:47 AM
by Netmask Go to last post
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cat-proof latch by Hactar
We have sliding (pocket) doors connecting the "catty" and (ostensibly) "non-catty" sides of the house. The house is divided like this for two reasons: I have a friend who's very allergic to cat and rabbit dander, and the non-c side of the house isn't remotely catproofed. During the day they...
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May 31st 09 05:09 AM
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May 30th 09 11:18 PM
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woo hoo by Dad
meant to post a month or two before now... it's been 6 weeks at least, Lucy is walking, Great! she even trots, and jumps from small heights. she never lost her appetite. I did, do the swim therapy thing a little.
May 28th 09 10:24 PM
by cardarch Go to last post
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petting zoo by Dad
now, we have a Cockatiel, hwvr it's spelled and a bunny rabbit. a cinnamon colored one it's not brown! ok Jupiter and Wabbit looooves to run around and hide from each other they are IN LOVE! LOOKOUT Lucy is more of the spectator, but I saw her eyes light up when the Bunny proved to be a...
May 28th 09 10:12 PM
by Dad Go to last post
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Cat has CRF by Kolbard
Hi, I wouldn't even be posting about this, except Google Groups search is broken. My 16 year old cat was recently diagnosed with CRF (about 2-3 weeks ago). She isn't dehydrated, but her phosphorus levels are through the roof (19.7 at her last test). The vet didn't even mention anything about...
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May 28th 09 08:36 AM
by Kolbard Go to last post
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no takers on the annoying siamese behavior? by peter[_2_]
we have taken to keeping annie foghorn out side at night so she doesnt howl and paw at our doors at night, but we would really prefer to modify her behavior rather than doing that. any suggestions? peter
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May 27th 09 05:48 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Interesting Article... by Claude V. Lucas
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-taming-of-the-cat
May 27th 09 04:04 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Holy ****... by Candace
....this group is sucking bigtime now with all the spam, isn't it? Good thing I'm not so addicted to the cat ngs anymore or it would depress me. Too bad, though. **** off, spammers...yes, I know they aren't reading this.
May 27th 09 09:48 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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