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Drugs addiction and cat food by djornsk
Our 1 yo british longhaired castrated male cat has been on Whiskas oh so fishy for a week and he is going mad for the stuff to the point at which I am wondering what the makers have put in it to cause this, and whether I should be alternating it's use with other types of cat food - any thoughts? j
May 21st 08 07:44 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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R U an Addict ? Need Help ? by Shailer's Shack, Inc
Are you an Addict ? Are you the friend of an addict ? How about the mother, brother or sister ? If so this book is for you. Go to UnderstandingAddiction: http://paydotcom.com/r/46509/suzanne873352/181163010
May 21st 08 05:37 PM
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SCC + chronic rhinitis differential diagnosis by [email protected]
Male neutered cat 10 year old. years of sneezing with serous discharge. nasal swabs are negative for calci, herpes and chlamydia Biopsy punch of tumor on nose of about 6 months duration : scc either prestage or stage I Vet is unsure whether xrays of head which show "calcification" indicate a...
May 20th 08 07:54 PM
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Up In Smoke: Part 2 by Cat Lover
Hi, I made a small slide show of Smokey Bear. If your interested here is the link, shes a pretty gray cat with personality to boot. Take care. http://www.associatedcontent.com/slideshow/4321/up_in_smoke_part_2.html
May 20th 08 10:55 AM
by Cat Lover Go to last post
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Any special care tips for a declawed cat? Sensitive toes normal? by -Lost
Any special care tips for a declawed cat? Sensitive toes normal? Our newest addition to the family has had his front toes removed (yeah, declawed, but we all know what that means). He seems to be really sensitive about them and I am not sure if there is any real problem or if I am over...
May 20th 08 05:09 AM
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Im so Proud of Ozzy The orange Cat by Cat Lover
We recently got chickens. The neighboors dog came over and the cat attacked him. The dog tried but the cat was on his face and wanted him out of here. He wouldnt leave. We finally had to shoot off fire crackers. He left then. Im so proud of Ozzy, glad he didnt get killed either. Horray for Ozz ...
May 20th 08 04:04 AM
by dejablues[_4_] Go to last post
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Breeze litter box system? by Jennyanniedots[_2_]
Hi all, I saw an ad for Tidy Cat's new "Breeze" litterbox system which separates #1 and #2, so I bought one to try out. (It's "revolutionary!" LOL.) http://www.breezeforcats.com/ I just set it up last night so no news yet, but I'm curious to know if anyone else has tried it, and what folks think...
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May 19th 08 10:37 PM
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Petromalt helping with hair balls but... by James Egan
I've been given my car Petromalt for about 6 weeks, and it definitely has reduced the frequency of vomiting. Initially she would just lick it up off a spot on my desk, but she no longer seems interested. so, I take some and smear it on her front leg, and she licks it off. although this is and...
May 19th 08 09:02 PM
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What do you tell yourself? by A Poor Shepherd Boy And His Dog At His Masters Feet
HOWEDY cj, I'm not gonna attack you today, my pray drive is worn a little thin from breaking a dog of chasing kats last night. Just so's you'll understand, we started off HUNTIN kats and PRAISED the dog for finding WON. THEN I flushed the kat into the line of vision of the dog and briefly,...
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Epileptic fit and labrador retriever by ChrisP
I have a solution that worked for us, which I thought I'd post as a thank-you for the help this group gave me with my ginger cat and exudative dermatitis problem. Hope it helps your pet too. --- We have a 6 year old lab/retriever that has suffered from fits since he was a pup. It starts with his...
May 19th 08 03:32 PM
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update on Levi by Lynne
Levi appears to be completely well again. He LOVES the Hill's S/D (so does Rudy), he's peeing normally, and he's back to his evil ways. He gets re-checked in about 2 weeks, so I can't be sure, but if behavior is any indication, my little mischief maker is doing just fine. :-) As an aside, I...
May 18th 08 08:05 PM
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Attic Cat Is Out by gfc
Finally she came out but not by being trapped. This is what happened: I was gone most of the afternoon and after I came home, I checked the traps and they were empty. I went grocery shopping and when I got home around 9:30, I sat at the computer and checked my email. While I was sitting at my...
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May 18th 08 05:09 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
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The inevitability of a Clinton/Obama Unity Ticket ! by tobetbaa
Forces have conspired to make a unity ticket between Obama and Hillary Clinton absolutely inevitable. Men, women, blacks and/or whites will be disenfranchised if the ticket is not Clinton and Obama, and the Democrats would have to be tone death and brain dead, to ignore the simple...
May 18th 08 12:39 PM
by tobetbaa Go to last post
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Goodbye Sweet Mimi (RB) by -L.
Hi Guys, I haven't posted here in along time, but wanted to let the old timers know I lost my sweet tortie, Mimi, today. She would have been 18 in July. She was doing remarkably well despite having CRF and pretty bad arthritis in her back hips. This morning when I checked on her, she couldn't...
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May 17th 08 07:36 PM
by gfc Go to last post
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Maine Coon Cat by jello73
I would like to hear from anyone with the problem of a cat jumping up on tables, counters and also being very fast in going in open closets, doors, etc., I have had many cats over a long period of time but this 8 mo. old is driving me crazy. Is it the breed? This cat has long silky-like hair...
May 16th 08 10:03 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Seriously Overweight Kitten by Gary Brown
Hi, My daughter and her roommate have two kittens, about 8 or 9 months old. One has become seriously overweight. With one cat they can limit food but with two I don't know what you do. The cats are unattended when the girls are at work. They are left with food. The overweight fellow has always...
May 16th 08 03:13 AM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Cats and Chickens by Cat Lover
I was told they would never get along. Well Im breaking them. 3 cats are mingling with 7 chickens. Its so funny to watch. Now I have a dog to break in with them. I love my animals free so its this or nothing. Im going to make a slide show soon of the cats with the chickens. The cats are set back by...
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May 16th 08 02:15 AM
by news[_2_] Go to last post
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Just for you FYI by Cat Lover
We have a 10 foot chain link fence around the whole place, and Its a big place with fencing all but the driveway and we got a plan for that, then we have 4X2 fencing area about 20 feet by 20 feet, Then we have a coup inside, with more 4x2 fencing and chicken wire.. Its a great set up. I have had...
May 15th 08 05:50 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Ping Phil - Diabetes Question by CatNipped[_2_]
I don't know if you remember, but about 6 months ago I decided to switch my cats to an all canned food diet (they were on a canned food diet, but had some dry Science Diet to snack on). I was worried about struvite crystals in my boys (this is the first time I've had boy cats). This worked out...
May 14th 08 09:24 PM
by CatNipped[_2_] Go to last post
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My cat has suddenly lost his meow by fuzzyhusseyandtimersmom
My poor lil fuzzy boy has lost his meow. He purrs fine and is normal every other way but when he tries to meow nothing comes out. At least not much more than a squeak or a strained sound barely audible. Its not laryngitis because he has no cough or swelling in his throat. Anyone have any thoughts...
May 14th 08 06:56 PM
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