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OT Clean Shower problem by ---MIKE---
I have been using Clean Shower after taking a shower - using the one labelled "for tile showers". I find that I get choked up from the mist and have trouble breathing for a couple of hours. I never noticed this with the regular product. Has any one else had this problem? A call to the company led...
January 13th 06 01:05 AM
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Cat licking fur off, vet gave clean bill of health by ---MIKE---
Amber had a bald spot on her left side last year - probably from stress when I was away for a week in the hospital. The vet gave her a cortisone shot and it cleared up within a few weeks. ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N - Elevation 1580')
October 4th 07 06:58 PM
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Warning He did it again by ---MIKE---
Matthew wrote: What do you want from us Rob. You killed another cat in less than 2 weeks time and you come here and grip ( whine ) about it. I am sorry you killed another cat but these posting seems to be a thrill for you after the fact. Did you really read the post? Tatum was a...
September 9th 07 08:15 PM
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Tiger's mats are gone by ---MIKE---
After slowly breaking up the mats on Tiger's hips I have been very diligent about brushing (with the Zoom Groom) and combing several times a day. Luckily he likes this. So far there has been no signs of new mats. I really wanted to avoid a trip to TED for sedating and shaving like last year. ...
July 30th 07 02:54 PM
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cat very very sick, HELP! by ---MIKE---
Norman Nesco said a lot of things. My comment: AMEN ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N - Elevation 1580')
November 9th 06 01:28 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Preventing mats by ---MIKE---
I had to have Tiger shaved back in June to get rid of a lot of bad mats. I want to get a grooming brush that will help me to prevent future mats. What is the best one for this purpose (Zoom Groom)? TIA ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N -...
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October 26th 06 12:56 AM
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Hissing Tiger by ---MIKE---
He was at the vet for "shaving" three weeks ago and had a complete blood check - all normal. His hissing is nothing new - he has always done that. It's just his personality! ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N - Elevation 1580')
July 30th 06 10:21 PM
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Tiger was shaved by ---MIKE---
I forgot to includ the photo. http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View?u=1777604&a=13746150&p=74482309&Sequence=0&res=high ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N - Elevation 1580')
July 13th 06 04:47 PM
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Tiger's mat by ---MIKE---
Tiger has had a bad matting on his left hip for a couple of months. I have tried a mat breaker, combs, brushes etc. but Tiger used to object. With a wire bristle brush and persistance, I finally got the mat off this morning. Here is a picture of the brush that did the trick along with the...
January 7th 08 02:35 PM
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Fishers by ---MIKE---
When discussing the dangers to outside cats, fishers have been mentioned as a dangerous predator. I know they are found in my locality. This year's issue of the Old Farmer's Almanac has an article about them complete with a picture. ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44°...
May 10th 06 03:12 AM
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Silent clippers by ---MIKE---
I would like to be able to trim Tiger's butt hair. Unfortunately, the sound of the clippers frightens him and makes the job impossible. Is there such a thing as a silent clipper? As it is now, I have to take him to the vet who tranquilizes him to do it. ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of...
May 2nd 06 11:27 PM
by -L. Go to last post
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Update on Spam (the cat not the emails) by ---MIKE---
Do you have two litter boxes for Spam? Some cats like to pee in one and poop in another. ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44° 15' N - Elevation 1580')
February 10th 06 11:48 PM
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New Expedia Commercial by -L.
Margarita Salt wrote: In the new Expedia commercial, the theme is "time to enjot travel again," and one of the things they suggest you will enjoy is "leaving the cats to fend for themselves." I think that's horrible! I swore off Expedia when they screwed up my trip to DC in 2002, but if I...
January 22nd 06 04:20 AM
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New Expedia Commercial by -L.
Margarita Salt wrote: In the new Expedia commercial, the theme is "time to enjot travel again," and one of the things they suggest you will enjoy is "leaving the cats to fend for themselves." I think that's horrible! I swore off Expedia when they screwed up my trip to DC in 2002, but if I...
January 22nd 06 04:21 AM
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Help protect dogs and cats in breeding facilities by -L.
Magic Mood Jeep© wrote: (sorry about the cross posting, but they are all relevant groups) I thought you might be interested in this HSUS campaign to increase protections for dogs and cats at mass breeding facilities. You may have heard about puppy mills -- large scale breeding...
January 22nd 06 08:42 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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TK's HCM checkup at Tufts...Phil P by -L.
Nomen Nescio wrote: Now the disturbing development (and it may keep me from going back to Tufts): Dr. Rush and another cardiologist were looking at the echo. Pointing, running playbacks, and talking VERY quietly among themselves. This was before I knew the results and it was making me...
October 30th 06 04:50 PM
by -L. Go to last post
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Info on non-surgical sterilization drugs for cats and dogs by -L.
The drugs discussed in this website could have huge impact in poor countries and would be great to use in feral populations here in the US. They aren't perfect, so more research is needed to improve such drugs. http://www.acc-d.org/ -L.
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October 26th 06 03:35 AM
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What to do with a sick stray? by -L.
Sven-Olof Berg wrote: Hi, once in a while a cat drops by for a visit, and meanwhile I suspect she doesn't have anyone to care for her. This is not only because she seems quite independent, but just today I noticed her belly looks pretty nasty, with red patches that look like sores...
September 3rd 06 01:55 PM
by The Polish-Kraut Go to last post
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RIP Dear Pinky (1990-2006) - long by -L.
Pinky was a stripey orange cat that showed up on my back porch one snowy winter afternoon in December of 1990. He was a young cat - maybe 10-11 months old - strong boned and quite large - and quite hungry. He was gorgeous - true cream-orange with deeper orange stripes, a little lighter on the...
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August 1st 06 06:37 AM
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World's largest hairball by -L.
D. wrote: At least, it looks like it to me (and this is after brushing!). http://www.slywy.com/photos/hairball.jpg Are you sure that's not a turd? -L.
June 29th 06 06:50 AM
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