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Pro-Plan versus Fancy Feast by cindys
Alex was recently off his food for a couple of days, so my vet suggested that I try (canned) Pro-Plan (for the sake of its ostensible palatability), which I did. He seemed to like a few of the flavors. However, in looking at the labels, it lists by-products amongst the first four ingredients of...
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July 4th 07 07:41 AM
by cookie Go to last post
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Styptic Powder Ingested - OK or not? by CatNipped[_2_]
I was clipping everyone's claws today and got too close to the quick on two of Jessie's back toes. This is the first time this has ever happened. Jessie didn't seem too upset, but *I* was! The clipper "kit" I had came with a little bag of styptic powder to I used that even though there was...
January 6th 08 12:27 AM
by blkcatgal Go to last post
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Black growth by Art Kallner Jr.
My cat has several black bumps under her chin. Any idea what they can be?
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September 11th 04 01:19 AM
by mlbriggs Go to last post
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Mouthing behaviour by Peacefrog
What does a cat mouthing/nibbling on it's owner signify? Often I'll be lying in bed in the morning half asleep and my 2 year old cat George will often nibble/mouth exposed parts of my body. It doesn't hurt at all, sometimes he'll do it while he's headbutting me. Just a light nibble. Any ideas?...
August 26th 05 11:03 AM
by -L. 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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Feeling Good... by Dee
All in all, things are going pretty well around here! I'm working on my donations pick-ups for alley cat rescue at work, have managed to work in a little raw chicken liver into all the cat's (well...maybe not Misty's!) canned foods, and, amagingly enough, h0p is doing much better! I thought I saw...
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July 1st 03 02:53 PM
by David S. Go to last post
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Science Diet question... by Joe Canuck
Okay, this has just come to my attention. Can anyone explain why there is a discrepancy between the ingredient list on the bag and the ingredient list on the website for Science Diet Adult Chicken & Rice Recipe? From the Hill's website: Ingredients Chicken, brewers rice, corn gluten meal, chicken...
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December 12th 03 01:30 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Saving Money on Advantage Flea Control for Cats - Buy Dog Size by John Samstron
Bayer, the company that sells Advantage, a good and safe drug for controlling fleas had a problem. The problem is this -- they make and sell the drug in only one concentration -- 100g/litre or 9.1% concentration. Much more of the drug is needed for big dogs than for small cats. A big dog needs...
May 18th 06 12:14 AM
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At Wits End by jmc[_2_]
I'm at a loss what to do. Meep has gone from occasionally not pooping in her box, to pooping out of it about 75% of the time. Seems I have a choice to let her be constipated, or be cleaning cat sh*t (it's poop when I'm not mad, and s*t when I am) off the carpet and sundry objects every other...
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May 10th 11 12:16 AM
by catlady Go to last post
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pregnant cat's and flea collar's. by Kaycee B via CatKB.com
My cat is about 5 weeks pregnant and she has been wearing a flea collar for about a year and they work great!!! She hasn't gotton flea's yet. I called my vet to ask about giving her a flea bath before she has her babies just to make sure she doesn't give her babies flea's cause she is an...
July 26th 05 07:11 PM
by Kalyahna Go to last post
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CRF cat not eating by Sara Jane
Gibbs is an 18 year old orange striped cat. She was diagnosed with renal failure about 1 1/2 years ago. The big problem now is loss of appetite. When she was first diagnosed, the vet prescribed pepcid. She hadn't lost weight and was eating normally. The vet prescribed it as a preventative....
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December 14th 10 12:49 AM
by morromoon Go to last post
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decapitated squirrel by honeybunch
This happened today and it upset me and my son who was visiting. The cat was outside. We went out and found a headless squirrel in the garden. I do have a peculiar neighbor but he has never done anything his weird. I really dont believe my small cat caught a squirel by the head, bit the head...
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October 25th 08 05:06 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Rabies Vaccine Mandatory in NJ?- Updated listing by Laura R.
circa Mon, 07 Jun 2004 09:11:41 +0200, in alt.cats, Camilla Baird ) said, 27 states, plus the District of Columbia, require feline rabies vaccination. Indoor status doesn't exempt a cat, the assumption being that it could someday get out and get infected. It's...
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June 9th 04 04:35 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Exotic Snow Bengal/ Manx, extra toed Kittens for sale (150.00 & shipping) by Enigma
Exotic Snow Bengal/ Manx, extra toed Kittens for sale (150.00 & shipping) Exotic 5 & 6 toed Snow Bengal's, Polydactels Seal point lynx snow Bengal's for sale, 4 months old. View Here http://pets.webshots.com/album/556063924XCNVzZ I have two of my babies I have to part with. I love the look...
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December 17th 06 01:04 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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vaccine reaction with vomiting and bloody diarrhea by Nadia N.
Please anyone who has experience with this, I need help, or at least reassurance. I took Sweety - 2.5 year old ragdoll - to the vet today for her yearly vaccination. She got something called Nobivac Tricat (for feline herpesvirus, feline calicivirus and feline panleucopenia). 3 hours later she...
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August 12th 10 07:54 PM
by Nadia N. Go to last post
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Calcium Oxalate stones - Hill's CD Multicare or KD food? by Jo - the girl
I have a 10 y/o cat that developed calcium oxalate stones five years ago. He refuses to eat canned/wet food and has always been like that. I had a terrible time trying to wean him when he was a kitten. He was the only one of the litter who wouldn't eat the kitten food. In fact, at one point he...
October 4th 08 02:21 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cat Drowned In Pool by Tlg064
Just came home from work and decided to go in the pool and found one of my cats floating in the water. A heartbreaking and horrifying sight. She was a stray I took in 6 or seven years ago and getting up there in age and having a little trouble walking. I cant bear the thought of the cat...
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July 25th 03 03:41 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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My cat stands on me when I sleep. by lucy707 via CatKB.com
When I go to sleep, sometimes I'll wake up and my cat will be standing over me. If I sleep on my side, she stands on my arm. If I sleep on my back, she'll be on my chest. Kind of like "standing guard". I don't know why she would do this. I've had her for almost a week now. (she's 8 weeks old)....
June 30th 06 07:16 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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How long to wear the collar after spay?? by Docberk
Hi, My 5 1/2 month old kitten was spayed this past Monday. She has done fine, and stayed overnight at the vet. Since then, we have tried to keep the collar on her neck to prevent her from tearing at the sutures, per the vet request. She is terribly miserable wearing this collar, but two minutes...
December 29th 08 08:18 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Conan Hysteria and a Challenge by [email protected]
I am just shaking my head in disbelief at how this online rescue attempt has snowballed into hundreds of posts, and so many people actually clamoring to adopt, or aid in the adoption, of one cat. It's a good thing. He's a lucky cat; no matter how many people don't like the methods implemented, he...
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July 11th 05 06:58 AM
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