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Yo Sheldon by cybercat
Please do not email me. Thank you.
March 15th 09 07:58 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Use of Frontline for Dogs on a cat by sideshow
Has anyone here used this website? http://www.nomorefleasplease.com/ To quote their website, Is the formulation for Frontline Plus the same for dogs and cats? The active ingredients are exactly the same. Both contain exactly the same 9.8% fipronil by liquid volume. Fipronil is the ingredient...
March 15th 09 07:50 AM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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Treating a small wound by sideshow
This morning I noticed a small wound on the little girl. It appears to be scratch from a nail, but it is on her front leg. She may have tussled with the boy. There is no blood and it looks as though she has licked away some of the fur. What is the best way to treat this? Antiseptic and bandage?...
March 15th 09 07:48 AM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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Pure Breeds by James
Did you see the Nightline piece on health problems in pure dogs? Does you pet have problems because of inbreeding? I know some rabbits have teeth problems due to breeding. The piece mentioned that one breed of dogs tend to have a high rate of cancer; flat face dogs have breathing problems; some...
March 14th 09 10:34 PM
by Steph Go to last post
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safe product to deter scratching on leather? by Lynne
Howdy y'all! Long time no me. I hope the trolls and idiots have been quiet, or that the smack downs have at least been satisfying. Rudy has taken to scratching the leather furniture. I have put tall, sisal scratching posts at every corner (yes, that's a lot with 2 couches, 1 that is alway...
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March 14th 09 10:00 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
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When An Animal in Your Care is suffering, You don't SIT THERE and do NOTHING by cybercat
Get it? You don't. You take them to the ****ing vet. You FIND the money. If you're posting here, I know you're paying for Internet, probably highspeed,and that you probably have a ****ing computer you could hock. You do not "wait and see" and go buy yourself this week's groceries. You do not...
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March 14th 09 09:55 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
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Bumblebee brand Figaro tuna by Ken & Sandy
Anyone else have cats that loved this? I just discovered that Bumblebee has stopped production on the Figaro tuna cat food. Two of my six cats won't touch any other canned food but this. Now a new search starts for a tuna they will like just as much. :(
March 14th 09 12:41 AM
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Good News about Meep! by jmc
Her tests all came back normal, apparently to the vet's surprise as well as my own. She's almost 13, so normal and 'very good' blood tests are a double blessing. Her kidney's strong and healthy, no signs of cystitis at all! Vet said her not feeling well (she seems fine now) probably stem from...
March 13th 09 10:13 PM
by Stan Brown Go to last post
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MD's & vets. by James
My problem with MD's is they don't take the time to educate you. This may be due to the fact that they are paid by insurance instead of weathy patients. They put you through a bunch of cover theiir ass tests and are lousy in the art of healing. Worst are the ones who couldn't get a good job and...
March 12th 09 08:51 PM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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Hand Raising Orphaned Kittens by [email protected]
Hi All, I was just informed that the web site that folks had been referencing for my old writeup on hand raising orphaned kittens has finally gotten around to deleting my old web files. I figured that if people cared enough to complain, I'd better let someone know that document is available on a...
March 12th 09 06:03 PM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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Cat insurance by chatnoir
Have been looking at the Kroger preferred plan!: http://www.krogerpersonalfinance.com/insurance/pet-faq.asp It seems to cover a lot of the routine items - teeth cleaning and annual exams up to 220 dollar! The other plans outside of Kroger cost around 20 dollars but seem to cover very little...
March 12th 09 04:10 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Giving a cat a bath by honeybunch
My cat Snappy is a domestic short haired cat but he has a very thick soft pelt which is fine in the wintertime but in the summer it is a bit of a problem. I brush him constantly but its never enough. He gets hairball and is uncomfortable with the heat. I am wondering, in advance, of the...
March 11th 09 01:52 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Meep goes to the Vet on Monday... by jmc
I'm starting to get worried about her. Y'all that have read my posts, know that she's been thin, I thought due to our continuing argument over her food preferences - canned, which she needs due to cystitis, is my choice, she prefers dry, which even with prescription dry she had attacks. Well,...
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March 11th 09 03:11 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Update- Cat Cataracts by Poe
Just a quick update on my one year old cat, Peanut, who I posted about last week asking for information on cataracts. Forgive my use of layman's terms, but I'm not yet up on the technical terms wrt cat eyes! Anyway, I took Peanut to a specialist today. Glad I did. Now we have a good data to...
March 10th 09 07:55 PM
by MaryL Go to last post
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cat with dislocated leg by [email protected]
he was an unneutered very feral tomcat which showed up on our doorstep several years ago and it was only in the last few months that we've even been able to touch him much less pick him up. we kept him in most of the winter during the bad days but he's torn our curtains to shreds and taken out most...
March 9th 09 07:55 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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OT Joke of the day BW IS NEEDED MAJORLY by Matthew[_3_]
This is from newshound Dave Barry's colonoscopy journal: I called my friend Andy Sable, a gastroenterologist, to make an appointment for a colonoscopy. A few days later, in his office, Andy showed me a color diagram of the colon, a lengthy organ that appears to go all over the place, at one...
March 9th 09 07:48 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Cat bumps water dish by Stan Brown
More and more often lately, Milo has been deliberately bumping his water dish so that the water slops out on the (wood) floor. I've tried different locations, so I don't think he just dislikes where it was located. Any idea what he's trying to tell me? -- Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems,...
March 7th 09 11:39 PM
by Stan Brown Go to last post
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wasting cat by [email protected]
My wife just called with the test results - kidney failure. The cat seems comfortable today but eats nothing and does not move. in fairness to the holistic vet, she divined kidney trouble when we brought her in in December - no tests but she said she could feel it by palpating (sp). I took a dim...
March 7th 09 08:38 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cat suddenly throwing up after environment change by jamina1
Hello everyone - I have two cats, and one of them is acting somewhat weird. I'm not concerned yet enough to take her to the vet, but I am somewhat worried. Basically, recently I donated one of my couches to the Salvation Army. Cat in question enjoyed hiding under said couch. Now that the couch...
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March 7th 09 01:46 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Happy meal toys by James
Sometimes you get tiny stuffed animals. OK to let the pets play with them? After all human kits play with them.
March 6th 09 02:19 PM
by Magic Mood Jeep Go to last post
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