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Cats and Carbohydrates by Kiran
I am confused about cats and carbohydrates. Many posters here have stated that cabs are not good for cats who are carnivores anyway. However, this is from an article at...
August 24th 05 12:21 AM
by ~*Connie*~ Go to last post
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If you have a kitty with a face that only a mother could love... or if you have a kitty who behaves hidiously... Please POST or SEND me pictures for my BRAND NEW website: Hideous Kitties (www.hideouskitties.com) Thanks in advance Kittious Hideous
August 23rd 05 10:33 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Gnats? by oscargrouch
some kind of tiny fly-looking things won't leave the wet food alone...all other food and stuff they'd be interested in is put away, but you obviously can't put the cat food away or spray it with bug spray...how to get rid of them?
August 23rd 05 05:22 PM
by -L. Go to last post
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Kitty Cannon Game by Cat Protector
Someone forwarded me this game link and apparently we have another game that promotes the abuse of cats. The person who created this is obviously a sick minded individual. http://www.ebaumsworld.com/kittycannon.html Games like this should be shut down. -- Cat Galaxy: All Cats! All The...
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August 23rd 05 04:20 PM
by Ollie Clark Go to last post
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Diphenhydramine Cream (2%) for Itchy Skin? by Charlotte
Hello, all! I have a cat four years old with itchy skin. He goes to the vet regularly and gets cortisol shots for allergies. But his skin is still itchy, mostly the part in the place in front of his ears where the fur is thin. He has little bumps there that he scratches until they bleed. The vet...
August 23rd 05 04:47 AM
by Karen Go to last post
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Mini-blind cord ties? by Karen
in article , Diane at wrote on 8/21/05 8:37 PM: I've got mini-blinds. Currently, I leave them up (Hodge literally chewed up aluminum ones; these are vinyl, so I'm sure he'd have a field day if he could reach...
August 23rd 05 01:14 AM
by Spot Go to last post
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Strange behavior! by Bonnie O
My nine year old, male cat does something rather odd once in awhile. He has a little stuffed animal that he will haul around the house (but we never see him doing it) and leave it in different rooms, then he will meow very loudly, kind of like a crying, mourning meow. When i go to see what the...
August 22nd 05 11:50 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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Cat Bites & Tetanus Shots by Cat Protector
I have heard that if you get bitten by a cat that you might need a tetanus shot, is this true? I have the opportunity to get a tetanus shot for free so I thought I would ask. -- Cat Galaxy: All Cats! All The Time! www.catgalaxymedia.com Panther TEK: Staying On Top Of Your Computer...
August 22nd 05 06:23 PM
by Barb from before Go to last post
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chronic constipated cat; low-residue diet by Elizabeth Blake
On August 4th I brought one of the cats at work, Harriet, to the vet because she was having trouble going to the bathroom. She would end up going outside the box, and her feces were very large. She had the same problem last year, May 2004. Last year she had been kept overnight at the vet, given...
August 22nd 05 02:39 PM
by JQ Go to last post
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I found my best litter, box, liner combo! by [email protected]
It has been two months since my last post on this subject and some of that text describing the setup is repeated below. I just want to update that it has been five weeks since I last made a complete litter change and the box, liner, and litter look like what the old setup did after a week (I've...
August 22nd 05 05:33 AM
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Does a newly neutered male cat need to be kept separate by Lucrezia Borgia
from any unspayed females for any period of time post-neuter? I've heard that viable sperm may remain in the male's plumbing for a period of time and as a result, the cat should be maintained separate from a female in heat. (The female will be spayed as well. This is a timing question...
August 21st 05 04:13 PM
by vancats Go to last post
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3 cats & a new parrot... by Jim
Hello, I have three cats, two of them 3 yrs old, and the other just under 1 yr. The cats are 90% house cats, they have access to the back garden supervised a few times per day. Now...I really want to buy an African Grey Parrot, a young one too - maybe a bird aged 2 - 4 months. Can anyone give me...
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August 21st 05 01:59 PM
by angus Go to last post
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Food question for Phil P. by Robert
Phil, I recently got a cat and I've been scanning the cat newsgroups on Google for info on what canned foods to feed for long-term good health. I found one of your posts (quoted below) very informative, but I would like to know which specific foods (brands and 'flavors') actually meet...
August 21st 05 10:33 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Home where Jim Willis lives investigated in animal abuse case by MaryL
Self-styled "animal welfare advocate" Jim Willis ignored animal abuse in the home where he resided (on a front porch!) for six weeks. Animal control officers investigated more than 70 animals that were living in deplorable conditions. One of the articles below indicated that he "justified"...
August 21st 05 10:12 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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test by Judy
August 21st 05 06:36 AM
by Judy Go to last post
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How to slow down my cat's eating? by Newbie
My cat eats too fast. No, She is not starving, she just eats everything fast. :-) I am told this could be behind some of the vomiting. Any experience with trying to slow down a cat's eating?
August 21st 05 06:35 AM
by Knack Go to last post
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Are fat cats taking over? by mystro
Looks like Pete and Fred are both at least 2 lbs over-weight (vet) each are 12+ lbs,they both eat when they want from the same autofeeder/waterer so I don't really know how much they consume but they like to *snack*..but never long feeding sessions.The food started out to be nutro indoor,then I was...
August 20th 05 10:15 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Flax oil or Olive oil for CRF cat for calorie supplement? by [email protected]
Greetings ~ This just occured to me - can I give Fatass flax/olive/vegatable oil mixed with her wet food when I syringe feed her? Instead of using water to get the consistancy right, I can use oil and juice up the cals at the same time. I know Flax oil is about 100 cal per tablespoon, so...
August 20th 05 07:22 AM
by Knack Go to last post
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Perimeter Inspection by BrandyAlexandre
It doesn't matter what time I go to bed (different every night), but Kami does a perimeter insopection about fifteen minutes before I hit the sheets. Does anyone else notice this with there cats? As an Aries, she tends to be a little militarialistic, but it doesn't escape me notice that she does...
August 20th 05 07:17 AM
by BrandyAlexandre Go to last post
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Raw egg update by Knack
The two arguements against feeding cats raw eggs are the same as for feeding humans raw eggs: 1) The glycoprotein named avadin in the uncooked "white" part binds to and prevents absorption of the biotin found in the yolk. It is a known fact that this not only results in nonabsorption of the yolk's...
August 20th 05 06:24 AM
by Knack Go to last post
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