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Momma cat may already be pregnant by alien from planet x
The momma cat started hissing and raising hell toward her four month old kittens, then she went missing for seven days. Now that she's back she looks like she has a buldge and she's passing gas like the last time she was pregnant. I had planned to get her fixed, but expected it would be at least a...
November 21st 14 05:33 PM
by alien from planet x Go to last post
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cat exhibits strage behavior when playing with toy by Rich[_2_]
We have two cats, both 10 year old neutered males. Indoor only, perfectly healthy. Zero medical history. Current on vaccines, etc. About a month ago we purchased a new toy. It's basically a mouse on a wire, and a wand. There's no catnip or any other attractant/stimulant on the toy. They go...
November 18th 14 07:20 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Katy perry eye of the tiger by possum
My cat was sleeping peacefully on my lap when a commercial for a radio station came on tv playing Katy Perry eye of the tiger. The cat suddenly jumped up frightened half to death, ran behind the couch, and didn't come sneaking out until the song was over, looking around like she expected to see...
November 16th 14 09:29 PM
by possum 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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Avoderm cat food by Paul M. Cook[_2_]
Anyone have any experience with Avoderm for cats? I am being forced to change cat food because APD is discontinuing their Select Choice which I have been buying for over 20 years now. I am not sure I know what feeding cats avocado long term would do. I just feel it is an odd...
November 9th 14 09:11 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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The fatter the yellow kitten, the stupider it is by alien from planet x
Four yellow kittens. The two fat, long haired ones can't consistently use a litter box. They go on the floor right next to it. They just can't figure it out. The other kittens are proud of their litter box skills. They look at the stupid ones with disbelief. They seem to be trying to tell the...
October 31st 14 07:29 PM
by Mack A. Damia Go to last post
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Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box by John Doe
Looks interesting. Anybody have one? If I buy it, I will follow up to this with a short review. According to reviews I have read... The large is much better than the medium. One trick to using it is tipping it slowly so that the good litter has a chance to move through the filter instead of...
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October 16th 14 07:09 PM
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Best cat bedding ever! by John Doe
I've mentioned Astroturf covered with paper towels before, but recently figured out a very easy way to apply the tape to the backside of the Astroturf for holding the paper towels. Below is my writeup on Flickr. Be happy to answer any questions. Their bedding material is Astroturf covered with...
October 13th 14 11:01 PM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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Mouse toy gift by Mark Carroll[_2_]
My wife crocheted our cat a large mouse and he rather likes to keep it with him. One thing he likes to do, especially when everybody goes to bed, is walk around with it in his mouth, meowing loudly. Another thing he likes to do is to bring the mouse and deposit it in front of us. What isn't clear...
October 13th 14 07:30 PM
by Mark Carroll[_2_] Go to last post
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Weasel by [email protected]
Weasel is leaving us. Weasel is a gray tabby, age 19. He has been in decline for months, losing weight and growing progressively weaker. Nothing specific, just the ravages of time. He stopped eating days ago and now can't stand. If he is still with us in the morning, it will be time for a last ride...
October 6th 14 02:43 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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How long do Bengal cats live? by [email protected]
I have been thinking about getting a Bengal cat but have heard that their lifespan is shorter than others cats. Is this true?
September 14th 14 08:50 PM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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Newbie with a question by Joy
Hi all, I'm new here, although I'm a long-time subscriber to rpca. I'm hoping somebody has some suggestions to help a poor little feral kitty. Five years ago I adopted two three-year-old littermates, a male and a female. A few months ago the male got cancer and subsequently had to be PTS. ...
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September 4th 14 11:53 AM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Cat Cremation Urns by Margarita Salt
For the past couple of years I have been trying to find a nice, elegant urn for Kami's cremated remains when she goes. What I have found is either dull, cheesy, or too cutsie. There was one porcelain urn that I liked, but it's $277. The first time I saw it, it was $165--maybe I should have...
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September 3rd 14 03:14 PM
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Breakthrough! by Joy
He's getting bolder. Pickles always sleeps on my bed. This morning I woke up to hear Pickles hiss. I opened my eyes in time to see Koala run out of the room. Later, after I was up, he did quite a bit of exploring. While I was sitting in the living room he jumped up on the couch, considered...
August 27th 14 12:46 AM
by Joy Go to last post
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The stigma of owning a cat. by David McCracken
Hi everyone: I haven't posted in this forum in a long while, but have always found it full of great people with much knowledge and love for cats. So I immediately thought of this newsgroup when I wanted to share this perspective about cat ownership. One of my two 10-year-old cats suddenly...
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August 8th 14 04:27 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Feral cat visitor with fur problem by AL_n
I've been feeding a feral cat that has been coming into my house via my late cat's cat flap. This small black cat is extremely cautious, however he now lets me stroke him while he's eating, and sometimes beforehand. He seems to have something wrong with his fur on the rear 3/4 of his body...
July 31st 14 03:43 PM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Another benefit of Astroturf... by John Doe
Cats enjoy clawing on it. Apparently does not hurt the Astroturf, yet. So it gives them good clawing exercise. My indoor cats have been doing it for many months. Just noticed the outside (neutered) cat claw on some Astroturf that's on the porch. They are attracted to it for that purpose.
July 28th 14 07:23 PM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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One paw withdrawn by The Doctor
Yesterday out tabby Boots looks as if he hurt his front left paw. He was cranky that he decided to hid in our yard. I thought keeping him in would be a better option than letting him stay out. We got him back in and off to the vet it was. The vet was nice (X-rays at C$190 that is high).
July 22nd 14 12:09 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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All the good ones are bipolar rockshopunited - rock and roll pants by barry
So. My wife and I goto fl. Hollyyyywooodddd... we was going to get the free stuff off of craigslist and put it on the sell side of craigslist. I've done it enumerable times, it works great. demographically, it's on spot. We get there, all is well, we fill a storage 10x20 with pretty nice, easily...
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June 26th 14 05:35 AM
by Barry Parrish[_3_] Go to last post
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Duffy the blind *dog* regains his sight by MaryL[_2_]
There have been a number of recent stories about how Duffy the Irish terrier regained his sight. He lost his sight due to diabetes, but surgery was successful after Duffy’s diabetes was brought under control. Naturally, I immediately thought of my Duffy. Here is the story about Duffy the...
June 22nd 14 09:54 PM
by Mack A. Damia Go to last post
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