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Growth Spurt by William Vetter
I brought home a female gray domestic shorthair kitten from a petshop that was full of yiping puppies. A few cats in a rabbit hutch on the floor in a hallway. This one was small, unsocialized, runtish, sat on paws, didn't move. She went into first estrus at 4.5 months. Another heat every 5...
May 3rd 15 08:29 PM
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Cat refuses all food, lost a lot of weight by Alwood
My cat Vas'ka (17 years old, neutered male), refuses to take any food offered to him by now, but is terribly hungry and keep asking for food. We tried regular dry food, canned food, baby food, tuna for humans, all kind of treat, high caloric jell in tube, raw chicken cut into tiny pieces, tried to...
March 3rd 18 07:34 AM
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For the Holidays by Peter W.
No self-respecting cat will eat a toxic plant. The only way this would happen is if they already were on a restricted/inadequate diet exceedingly low in roughage. Poinsettias may be toxic, but not sufficiently toxic to be dangerous. However, Lilies of any kind, and anything in the lily family are...
December 11th 17 07:37 PM
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Cat Ass Trophy by Peter W.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/cslhtgas3dcl1oi/Cat%20Ass%20Trophy.jpg?dl=0 Our young guy, Seamus, caught a young squirrel out in the dog/cat yard (cat-proof fencing). He ate most of it, but saved a trophy. Just doing what every cat wishes it could do.
October 13th 17 04:13 PM
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Florida Keys - Hemingway's Cats by Peter W.
September 12th 17 12:15 PM
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Introducing new food gradually by John Doe[_2_]
Introducing new food gradually by the book is great, but you must be on the lookout for a gradual decrease in food intake. That is likely especially true if you have multiple cats and one of them has an eating disorder, you must keep an eye on that one.
May 3rd 17 10:08 PM
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Cat's eyes gooey --what to do? by My2Kitties
IGNORE THIS POST -- I HAVE REPOSTED IT SO I COULD SUBSCRIBE Greetings, eveyone. It's been quite a while since I've been to the forum. My cat's name is Boston Blackie, named after a detective in a 1940s radio show. Like the detective called "Blackie," that's what I call my cat, too. Anyway, he's...
April 8th 17 07:59 PM
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Cat: cancer by reilloc
Local vet said the growth/bump on her head could be cancerous. University teaching vet clinic withdrew cells, reported cancer. She's 16, had her since kittenhood. Right now, she's okay; no mobility issues or the like. Some trouble breathing and occlusion of her right eye due to the growth....
October 19th 16 04:37 AM
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Goa - Best Place for an unforgettable night with Britney Spears by John Doe[_2_]
Google Groups spam/troll... -- Nikhil Jain theniklank gmail.com wrote in news:7m0ovbdic15l3e814k36v2mks21q181p0v 4ax.com: Path: eternal-september.org!news.eternal-september.org!feeder.eternal-september.org!aioe.org!.POSTED!not-for-mail From: Nikhil Jain theniklank gmail.com Newsgroups:...
October 12th 16 04:37 PM
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Clicker training discussion thread by My2Kitties
I'm using a book to learn how to clicker-train my cats. I've been doing it for 5 days with Ebony, and 3 days with Blackie. The book I am using so far is "Getting Started Clicker Training for Cats," by Karen Pryor. We 3 have all learned a lot so far. My question is for anyone who's familiar and...
August 14th 16 10:23 AM
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BREAKING NEWS: Four Lots of Pet Food Recalled by Mack A. Damia
BREAKING NEWS: Four Lots of Pet Food Recalled BREAKING NEWS: Radagast Pet Food, Inc. of Portland, Oregon has announced a voluntary recall of four lots of its Frozen Rad Cat Raw Diet, which may be contaminated by Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes. Untreated, a Listeria infection in a cat can...
June 27th 16 10:17 AM
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Beware of dusty litter by John Doe[_2_]
Perhaps I should have known, but I have learned the hard way... When you stop using dusty litter, you should remove all of the dusty litter before adding new litter. I suppose it depends on the precise formula of the dusty litter. If you don't remove all of the old dusty litter before beginning to...
September 23rd 15 09:22 PM
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Cat herding, it is possible by John Doe[_2_]
After about one month experience... With very limited use, and not actually shocking anything (of course), just the sound of a stun gun can be an extremely effective tool for convincing your cat to do something or stop doing something. Currently one of my cats is on the porch. She can also...
June 29th 15 08:22 PM
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June 21st 15 02:17 AM
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Cat Vision by John Doe[_2_]
My Fenix HL-50 (I guess that's the number) headlamp lets me see cats at night. I was ready to feed the neutered outside cat. The only way I could tell it was there (two yards away) is by the bright reflection of my headlamp on its eyes, without even pointing the lamp directly at the cat....
June 12th 15 04:55 AM
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Usual, daily foods have surprising beneficial elements by [email protected]
Knowing what components go into your diet and you will better realise a healthy lifestyle. Most regular foods contain surprising beneficial elements. You are what you eat! So know what you eat and what your food gives you. For this you need Nuutti - nutrient calculation software which...
May 14th 15 07:02 AM
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Another method for feeding dry food by John Doe[_2_]
One of my cats mainly gets Purina Pro plan dry after it is placed in a zipper sandwich bag, filled with 50% water, sealed, and let saturate before refrigerating. Take some practice to get the mixture correct. Been doing that for 7+ years. About a year ago, I discovered another method that is...
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