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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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May 30th 08 06:42 PM
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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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Kittens with sneezies by mskitty834
I'm fostering 4 kittens with URIs, and they're totally isolated from my other cats - but when I go in to feed/socialize, they sneeze all over me. Do I HAVE to change clothes & shower every time, or does it stop being contagious once it's dry? or overnight? (I'm allergic enough that there're no cats...
May 30th 08 04:01 AM
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Followup ... cat didn't ingest bug spray by Greg Bailey
I'm posting this in a different thread than the one I started because I posted to that under two different IDs and I want to try to avoid confusion .... just talked to the vet, our regular vet who sees our cat more than any of the others (we got the guy on call yesterday, who is an excellent vet...
May 29th 08 03:40 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Tommy not back to normal yet and still not eating. by Mac Cool
If you remember from my thread about Tommy who has a bad heart and just got out of the hospital... Well he isn't the same cat. I mean when I look into his eyes, it's like there is only a shadow of his former self looking back. Hopefully it's temporary but my wife thinks he suffered brain...
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May 29th 08 12:39 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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The THING and I by dgk
The thing (possum) in the backyard is gone. I came home, searched thoroughly, and found no possum in residence. I then reset the fence to "keep them in" mode and let Espy, Nipsy, and Marlo out of the house. There was a bit of sniffing around where the possum had been hiding but I wouldn't have even...
May 29th 08 12:35 PM
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Pet euthanasia at home (license or permit required?) by Me[_4_]
Do veterinarians in Ontario (Canada) require a special permit or license to perform pet euthanisa at home?
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May 28th 08 08:56 PM
by Ivor Jones[_2_] Go to last post
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Finding a summer home for Chloe by Brian Link
My son's ex-girlfriend has to move out of her University apartment here in St. Paul very soon. She'll be summering in a spot that doesn't allow pets, but moving to a pet-friendly apartment in the Fall. We've exhausted options of friends to take Chloe. She's a wonderful cat, but can't live...
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May 28th 08 06:45 PM
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Another THING in the backyard! by dgk
Yesterday, early morning, I glanced out of the window and saw an oPossum cross the lawn in the backyard. Then it tried to climb the fence to get out but the fence curves in at the top to stop my cats from getting out. It stopped the oPossum as well. So I went out and opened the weak area of the...
May 28th 08 06:00 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Sick Kitty: Help! by Chameleon
Hi there - I have a male cat who is 2 years old. On Sunday, I noticed he was sleeping more than usual so I took him to the vet on Tuesday when there was no change. We found out he lost 2 pounds sine March and was dehydrated. So we ran all the blood tests, Feline Aids and Leukimia, as well as an...
May 28th 08 02:59 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Isis Is Sick by Cat Protector
Hi all. It seems that Isis is now sick and I was hoping that many of you will keep her in your thoughts. I don't know what she has but it appears to look like the same symptoms of a urinary blockage similar to what Icarus had. I gave her an antibiotic which seemed to help because when I came...
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May 28th 08 02:31 PM
by Cat Protector Go to last post
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Cat ingested ant/roach spray ... possibility of lasting damage? by Greg Bailey
One of my cats (4-year-old male) is at the vet right now. Short version, I sprayed for ants (Raid) around the baseboard in the kitchen where his water and food bowls sit. I thought I had waited until it dried enough to put them back, but apparently I didn't and some either got in his food/water...
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May 28th 08 02:12 PM
by CatNipped[_2_] Go to last post
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Isis Is Sick: Round 2 by Cat Protector
For those that were following the last thread, Isis was throwing up again last night and this early morning as well. She also wasn't eating this morning. I called our vet and he said it may be that she's gotten some gastrointestinal issue or upset stomach because of the Amoxicillin. I've had to...
May 27th 08 09:49 PM
by Cat Protector Go to last post
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Are you not having bowel clearance on daily basis by Ayurveda Healer
Constipation is considered to be an acute or chronic condition in which bowel movements occur less often than usual or consist of hard, dry stools that are painful or difficult to pass. Bowel habits vary, but an adult who has not had a bowel movement in three days or a child who has not had a bowel...
May 27th 08 07:12 PM
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May 27th 08 06:54 AM
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May 27th 08 06:54 AM
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Retirement by MaryL
As a few of you know (but most don't), I am planning to retire in August. Our department held a retirement reception for me last week, and it was *wonderful*- far more than I could possibly have expected or hoped for. The reception was held now instead of in August because so many people will...
May 27th 08 02:24 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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Giardia in nursing cat by Susan \(CobbersMom\)
Picked up a foster cat a couple days ago with 5 day old kittens. The snap test showed positive for giardia. I've dealt with this before in orphaned kittens I've raised but not in a nursing mom. The vet put up Metronidazole suspension, once daily for eight days. The protocal in the past has...
May 27th 08 02:17 AM
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Update: Found a spot for Chloe! by Brian Link
My sister finally came to the rescue. She's been mourning her own cat who passed away last year, and was reluctant at first. This afternoon, though, she'll be taking delivery of a relieved kitty. Thanks for all your ideas! BLink -------------------------- "The worst thing about censorship is "
May 26th 08 10:54 PM
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