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radioactive iodine treatment by Teej
Hey- I am going to be brining my cat in for radioactive iodine treatment (he has been on tapazole for a few years and is starting to have some adverse reactions to the drug). I was wondering if anyone has done this and could tell me what to expect when he comes home. Also, what did you do with...
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April 15th 04 05:14 AM
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merging households by Adam Rice
My new wife and I are going to be merging our households soon. I have one cat, she has two, and we're anticipating some feline disagreements. My cat is a crotchety old female who mostly ignores other cats, but has no compunction about beating them up when they get in her face--she has her claws...
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April 14th 04 09:42 PM
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symptoms of intestinal cancer by Elly
My 12 year old cat cat has just been diagnosed with intestinal cancer mostly because she has an elevated white blood count and a lowered protein and no other symptoms such as feline lukiema or thyroid trouble, and no kidney involvement. She does not have any liver malfunction. There have been...
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April 14th 04 07:09 PM
by Gee Go to last post
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Wierd cat tastes. by Mark Healey
One of my cats likes to drink my Fresca. He actually has a brand preference. I know it's not normal but is it dangerous. -- Mark Heaely marknews(at)healeyonline(dot)com
April 14th 04 02:13 AM
by Cathy Friedmann Go to last post
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Overcoming magnetic cat flaps by Juabn
I have a stray female who has become my cat's girlfriend. While I have a magnetic cat flap, after finding my cat letting her in by poking his nose out to release the flap, she has found out that by pulling the flap outwards with her claws she can get inside. I'd like her as mine as she keeps...
April 14th 04 12:22 AM
by Tracy Go to last post
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incontinent kitty by Eric Henry
my cat is absolutely adorable, but she has some bad habits. She is peeing fairly consistently in her litter box, but she seems utterly unwilling to crap in the box. I have been cleaning the box quite regularly, and nothing seems to be changing. My mom wants to get rid of her, and I am running...
April 13th 04 07:00 PM
by Judy F Go to last post
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Anyone's Cat Have Asthma? by Gail
My 9-month old spayed female has been diagnosed with asthma. She is being treated with Brethine and prednisone, along with an ointment for an opportunistic eye infection. Has anyone had any experience with this ... or suggestions? Thanks, Gail
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April 13th 04 04:45 PM
by Yngver Go to last post
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Identity Microchips by Mike Crossland
Hi, Could an identity microchip implanted in a cat cause an allergic reaction? If so, what is the nature of the reaction? Thank you, in advance. Mike Crossland --- My outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
April 13th 04 04:41 PM
by Yngver Go to last post
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Keeping cat away from monitor: Localized ultrasonic 'no-cat' zone.. by Jim Witte
Hi, Here's an idea I've come up with in the past few weeks: make a device that would create a focused, low-intensity ultrasonic field that could create (hopefully) a "no-cat" zone in front of a computer-monitor for instance (this is our problem) The only two problems I see is 1) making the signal...
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April 12th 04 06:56 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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FAQ it? by Dennis Carr
I've noticed something since joining this group. Frequently, questions are asked about conditions that, while answered with what it probably is, are also left with encouragement to take the animal to the vet. Generally, a good thing, unless the cat is, say, coughing (possibly dust inhalation,...
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April 12th 04 12:03 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Did I read that correctly? by RobZip
A crawl at the bottom of the screen on CNN this morning says North Carolina is considering raising taxes on pet food as a means of reducing pet overpopulation. My first reaction would be that it's about as misguided as raising gas taxes to discourage consumption... Anybody here got more background...
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April 12th 04 07:44 AM
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drinking problem by Lotte
OK, I thought I'd run this by the fine minds in RPCH+B (this newsgroup): I have a 14 year-old female, indoor only, neutered, whom I've had since about 4 weeks of age. She has multiple health issues (hypertropic cardiomyopathy, food allergy). On Feb 2nd I took her in for a blood panel because she...
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April 12th 04 07:34 AM
by Dennis Carr Go to last post
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when find kittens at shelter? by quilterhusband
We went to the shelter today to adopt two kittens. We want two so we can share them better in our family and so they will be happier when alone. but there were no kittens there. Only older cats...and no bonded pairs which we would consider too. Is there a good time of year when to expect there...
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April 12th 04 06:17 AM
by SpamTrap Go to last post
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Question on collars by blkcatgal
I leave the collars on 24/7. I only take them off when I have to (like when my cat had surgery). I check often to make sure the collar doesn't get too tight or loose and isn't causing any problems. So far, my cats don't seem to mind wearing them though my 10 month old kitten still will try to...
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April 12th 04 12:50 AM
by teri Go to last post
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help with possibly sick cat, please? by CCR
I just picked my cat up and it's weird, there's this very obvious sort of "pulsing" going on all through the middle of his body, heart to stomach, as if he's breathing really hard but he's not breathing very hard at all. I put him down and he's still doing it. He wasn't running around or anything...
April 11th 04 10:33 PM
by Sunflower Go to last post
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Human food for cats ? by Calvin Rice
In addition to things like Meow Mix and Purina Cat Chow available all day, and Fancy Feast canned food three times a day, I give my cats some human food as treats, or when they wont eat anything else. Gerber chicken and turkey baby food, and the thin sliced deli chick or turkey. Are there other...
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April 11th 04 07:40 PM
by Sherry Go to last post
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bad smell by AHebert564
I just got my third cat about 6 mo old, I found her lost and all alone in a parking lot and she has a very bad litter smell. My other 2 cats dont smell like this at all. Does anyone know if a change of diet would help or maybe she has a medical problem.
April 11th 04 07:21 PM
by Joe Canuck Go to last post
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cats eye watering by Bolo
I have an 8 month old male ragdoll and the last couple of days his one eye has been watering.Is there cause for concern,should I take him to a vet or is it something minor like a cold or teething. Thanks --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system...
April 11th 04 05:43 PM
by Joe Canuck Go to last post
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Feces or vomit? by Dennis Carr
On Fri, 09 Apr 2004 09:36:30 -0400, Leanne wrote: I just woke up only to find that my 4 year old cat, Cherub, left something on my bed while I was asleep. It's shaped kind-of like feces, although flatter, smells like cat food, and has hair in it (coughing up a hair-ball maybe?) and is...
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April 11th 04 03:33 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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of mice and cats by Dennis Carr
OK, weird subject, but probably not what you think. While at the optometrist today, my wife and I stopped by a local pet shop where we purchased two mice and accessories for rodent keeping in our apartment. Aside from my umbrage at how the little guys were treated by the rodent handler (the moron...
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April 11th 04 01:21 PM
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