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Suddenly, a kitten! by Priscilla Ballou
This afternoon my stupid neighbors caught a feral kitten whose mother would probably have come back and gotten it if they'd left it alone. After it was caught, who knows if she would? And then they didn't want the kitten! One family said "no" to their daughter who wanted it for a pet and the...
August 29th 04 08:07 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Help feeding 3 week old kittens by Amy Flemming
Greetings, I am currently hand rearing four 3 week old kittens. I have been hand rearing them since they were 1 or 2 days old. I work at a horse farm (a whole different story), and one of the barn kitties had this litter (6 total, but two died the third day - the runt and one found the day after...
August 27th 04 06:17 PM
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TNR by formerly known as 'cat arranger'
I took two cats into a local shelter. One was a stray and the other was a friend's cat. The local cat advocates said that we could get them both neutered and that wouldn't be a problem. They came home with a large chunk cut out of their ears. The stray looks bad but the friends Siamese looking cat...
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August 27th 04 02:05 AM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Cats like her will live forever by Wendy
That's what my vet said about my testy Tigger a few years ago right after she hissed at him. I just got the call from the vet to report on how her dental cleaning went. They are amazed. They said they've never seen a cat her age with such good teeth. No cavities, no gum problems except a little...
August 26th 04 03:56 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Enforcing contracts by Richard Evans
I work with a rescue group that has a contract signed by all adopters. One clause states that if the animal is disposed of for any reason it *must* come back to our group. We've had several instances recently of people simply giving away animals they've adopted from us. In three cases. the animals...
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August 26th 04 05:37 AM
by Fan Go to last post
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Is there a cat olympics? by Electric Nachos
I would like to enter mine in the laziness competition.
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August 25th 04 07:17 PM
by Cat Protector Go to last post
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Tonkinese MUST go (and has) by Phil
A couple of months ago, I asked for assistance in finding a home for a six year old female Tonkinese cat that would periodically urinate in large quantities on the carpet, pillows, mattresses, etc., even with a clean cat box nearby and a clean bill of health. The damage was becoming intolerable as...
August 24th 04 07:29 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Arboreal Ferals? by [email protected]
Has anyone else experienced their feral colony taking to the trees? My colony's feeding station is under a thick bramble bush which is sheltered by a healthy fir tree that extends up 35-40 feet in the air. It's at the edge of an industrial campus parking dotted with lots of much smaller (though...
August 16th 04 09:41 PM
by Sharon Talbert Go to last post
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eyes are open! by Samantha G.
I just returned from the vet with the kitten (who I have decided to call Trinity), who is 3 and 1/2 weeks today. She is very underweight (5.1 oz, she should be 9-11 oz). The good news is that she doesn't have an infection, but for some reason, one eye is open, her other eye has not developed as...
August 16th 04 09:33 PM
by Sharon Talbert Go to last post
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16 day kitten, eyes not open by Samantha G.
I have rescued an abandoned kitten. I am worried that the eyes are not open yet at 16 days, even though her ears are up and she is hearing. Her eyes show no sign of opening. I have had many litters before and always the eyes are open by a week and a half. Does anyone know the longest that it...
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August 14th 04 08:52 PM
by Rhonda Go to last post
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Feeding Strays by Ac1977
Does anyone know if there is a law against feeding strays in the NY metro area?A friend of ours has been caring for three adult strays,she trapped them had them neutered and released them near her home and has been feeding them.A neighbor is theatening legal action because they sleep on his lawn...
August 14th 04 12:24 PM
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Help with rescue, please by Judith Umbria
I have searched for help on how to save a kitten about 4 weeks old whose mother was found dead two days ago, but have found very little that is useful. We didn't find the kitten until today. I am in Italy and there is no formula, no kitten bottle, none of the things mentioned in the rescue docs...
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August 14th 04 04:17 AM
by Rhonda Go to last post
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Caution Against Animal Welfare League of Arlington, VA by Luvskats00
To: (ENICELY) If you believe the League lied to you, provided false information, told you they keep kittens (and bottle feed them for a certain amount of time), etc...and learned that the policy is to kill kittens/cats asap..then YOU need to document this. Most info you...
July 19th 04 08:33 PM
by Luvskats00 Go to last post
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kittens getting to VCA by Wendy
Do you think Chip might be able to get the kittens (how ever many don't get adopted this weekend) down to VCA on the 24th by 9:30? Dave has to be at work at 7 so he can't take them down but will be home in time to pick them back up. I'm not sure if she'll be able to show them that weekend but the...
July 16th 04 09:23 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Grants for rescue groups? by Richard Evans
I'm looking into writing grant proposals for a rescue group I work with. Does anyone have any pointers on identifying potential donors? Dick Evans
July 15th 04 01:06 PM
by scotth[NO] Go to last post
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Fleas all over by Tang Cheng Yuen
Hi i'm new here .i would really apreciate if anyone could tell me how to train my kitten not to stray outside as i'm afraid she might not come back to me ..i just adopted her and she's my first kitten.i don't want to loose her.Any advice at all will be apreciated. From Amy
July 14th 04 04:19 PM
by Linda Terrell Go to last post
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Lost my cat one week today by Rob and Lisa
Hello my name is Lisa and just recently I had to have my cat put down...I had to on Sunday...I woke up with her meowing and dragging her back legs...when I saw that I knew something was wrong, she was also trying to hide from me, she went under the couch and stayed there, I kept calling her ...
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July 13th 04 05:55 PM
by Ginger-lyn Summer Go to last post
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FIP by formerly known as 'cat arranger'
We're taking of two feral kitties and haven't thought about them infecting our other cats. What is FIP and how is it transmitted? It's obviously not like HIV which can only be transmitted through body fluids, so why to they have such similar names? It is confusing. The kittens are about 8 wks. old....
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July 13th 04 12:47 PM
by ~*Connie*~ Go to last post
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Arizona Humane Society Needs Cat Food by Cat Protector
The Arizona Humane Society is badly in need of cat food, both dry and canned because of the large number of injured, abused, sick, and pregnant cats they have been taking in. You can read all about it at www.azhumane.org. -- Panther TEK: Staying On Top Of All Your Computer...
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July 13th 04 05:23 AM
by Mary Go to last post
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Sick Kitty. Please help! by Cameron Perry
Hello, We have a 5 year old spayed female who has a history rhinitus which is caused by a cyst in her sinus. We cannot afford the price of an endoscophy $5000.00 to have the cyst removed. A couple of times a year she gets a sinus infection which is treated with antibiotics and she recovers. ...
July 13th 04 02:42 AM
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