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Help please by greg
Hi everyone. We have a new litter-born May 14th-of 6 beautiful kittens. They all actually had thier eyes open at 10 days. One of them seems to have a problem with keeping itís head up and in a ístraight íposition. She is gaining weight and a friend told me in time she should gain strenght and walk...
June 6th 08 03:09 AM
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Smiling cat. by Phil P.
Does she look like she's smiling or what? lol http://maxshouse.com/Adoptions/Moli_Feature.htm Doesn't he look like a gray cougar? He's a mush. Found him in a kill shelter. http://maxshouse.com/Adoptions/Jake's%20Feature.htm
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June 5th 08 06:48 PM
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June 5th 08 02:21 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Diary Of A Mad Black Feline by chatnoir
http://kellyanncollins.com/2008/04/diary-of-mad-black-feline.htm#links
June 5th 08 02:16 PM
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Metacam for cancer by avetwannabe
Any useful purpose served by giving metacam to a cat with squamous cell of the nose and possibly nasal cancer? What are the risk/benefits in general of usng this drug and what have been your experiences with it. One of the problems with cats with cancer is depressed appetite, so anything upsets...
June 5th 08 12:32 AM
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Chips and cancer by Paul M. Cook[_2_]
I have been reading terrible things about the transponder chips. They are calling it the "cancer chip." I have a cat that came to me pre-chipped. I am seriously considering having it surgically removed. My sister did this to her two chipped cats and it as not especially easy for the surgeon...
June 4th 08 04:14 PM
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Is it ok to feed my cat olive oil? by Joelberg
Sometimes I put tuna juice on my cat's dry food and he eats it up faster than normally. However, I don't always eat tunafish and that means I don't always have tuna juice available. Is it safe for my cat (or any, for that matter) to be fed olive oil or is this dangerous? What other oils are good to...
June 3rd 08 04:39 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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I've been working on the railroad... by Phil P.
We've been trapping behind an old abandoned factory in the back of an industrial park for the past few weeks. Someone must have seen us trapping cats because someone put cardboard box with little holes cut out in the sides on the tracks of the railroad spur than ran into the factory. I usually...
June 3rd 08 02:52 PM
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Money is our life by [email protected]
Money is our life Easy way to earn money value of money http://moneylife0123.blogspot.com/
June 3rd 08 06:52 AM
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Training Your Cat (no it's not a joke!) by Georgia
Yes it IS possible! I'm sure you've heard the saying "you haven't been ignored until you've been ignored by a cat!" How true. Kitty rules the house in a number of homes, including mine. If you only thought that dogs could be trained, think again. You know your cat is wise. Infact they are so...
June 3rd 08 01:22 AM
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Cat has heart trouble, not poison or eye trouble by PRW
I posted earlier this week (under a different user name, I'm away from home and posting through Google instead of with Outlook Express from my home computer) about my cat, 4-year-old Maine Coon/Norwegian Forest Cat mix, who at first we thought had been poisoned because of dilated eyes and agitation...
June 2nd 08 02:59 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Dog-lead vs. free-dog by Running Wolf
On Jun 2, 2:57 am, wrote: "Rocky" wrote in message ... Running Wolf said in rec.pets.dogs.behavior: BTW: what does it mean "put...
June 2nd 08 02:50 PM
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OCD Bengal.. ideas? by Brian Link
Louis is a wonderful cat, though he's the last purchase we'll be making from a breeder (too many homeless cats in shelters). We bought him to be a friend to our energetic senior citizen Tiger, and that's worked out really well - they play together constantly, and keep each other company while we're...
June 2nd 08 02:48 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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My cat Leo by cybercat
"Noon Cat Nick" wrote in message news:[email protected]_s22... My pride and joy. ohhh! He's so beautiful, his colors are like a butterscotch sundae!
June 2nd 08 09:48 AM
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Outdoor cat tunnels - good or not? by [email protected]
I have two cats. One is older and very well behaved. When the little one is sleeping, I allow him to putter around outside with me while I work in the garden. It's our special time, and he's very sweet about it. He likes to eat some grass and roll in his catnip. (I'm an organic gardener, so it's...
June 2nd 08 01:18 AM
by Deuteros Go to last post
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Prevention and rrecovery of kidney pain by n1x5icbk
Kidney is an important organ for a human. It functions to filter blood, clean impurity and liquid carried by blood, then disposed through bladder. Yet, substance is still needed by body, and then is returned again into blood flow. Here are some good advices probably for you: What needs preventing...
June 1st 08 07:43 PM
by jjg Go to last post
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My cat constantly licks himself...fur is missing by Joelberg
I think my cat, Wonton, is a diagnosed neurotic. He constantly cleans himself, which thins out the fur on his legs and sides of his stomach. I think he may have some serious issues going on. Here are some things: -I have 2 other cats that he doesn't get along with. He's the youngest (8 years)...
May 31st 08 07:12 AM
by zob Go to last post
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Tommy update: some good, some bad by Mac Cool
Well I've been force feeding Tommy since he left the hospital last week. Once I learned what I was doing and got a feeding syringe, he showed some dramatic improvement. I've been making making my own concoctions out of ground dry cat food, vitamins, corn syrup and a few drops of olive oil. I...
May 30th 08 07:58 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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indian tourism and wild life by [email protected]
visit this site to see indian temples and wildlife. http://www.tourisminindia4u.blogspot.com
May 30th 08 06:42 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Will fish oil help with hairballs? by James Egan
I've been giving petromalt to my one cat that was vomiting several days a week. Along with more brushing, the problem has subsided considerably. I'd like to give them an oil they would like, and I think they would like fish oil. Is it safe to give them fish oil several times a week in their wet...
May 30th 08 04:05 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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