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Humans, places, cats + other pets A-D by David Stevenson
Humans, places, cats + other pets A-D Jan 04 Everyone who reads any cat newsgroup , whether you post or not, can be on this list: so let me know if you want to be on but are not now. Please check your own details, and send additions or amendments to me at . Because of the...
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February 10th 07 10:28 PM
by David Stevenson Go to last post
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Cats Home Alone by Nancy Prentice
Am considering leaving my 2 indoor cats at home alone while I go on a 7 day vacation. Nobody available to do the pet-sitter thing. If they have the run of the house, plenty of food and water, extra litter boxes, toys, and each other -- do you think that this is a feasable plan? I don't see any...
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May 17th 06 01:56 AM
by Nancy Prentice Go to last post
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Indoor cat figured out doggie door by Tom Meter
Hi. My wife has lost two cats in the last few years that just ran away and never returned. So she is really concerned that our current indoor cat Brittney will flee now that she has gone out the doggie door a couple of times. We are currently locking the doggie door while she has full reign of the...
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April 17th 04 03:13 PM
by rumer Go to last post
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Cruelty in the name of Art by LeeAnne
The "artist" Nathalia Edenmont is at the moment exhibiting her "art" in a Swedish gallery called Wetterling (http://www.wetterlinggallery.com/). Nathalia Edenmont kills animals and then takes "beautiful" photographs of them. The gallery defends her taking the lives of mice, cats, rabbits all...
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December 23rd 03 07:52 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Re-covering a scratching post? by queenbee
Hi, does anyone have any advice on re-covering a scratching post? My cats (2) have a nice post that they adore. It's got an upright post covered in carpet, a slanted post covered in sisal, and a curved part on top they can lie in. I don't want to get them another post because a.) these posts are SO...
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April 11th 04 01:27 AM
by Ted Davis Go to last post
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Walmart has $30 cat tree by Ablang
It's one of those things that you put together, like a base, 4 posts and 4 platforms and it reaches the ceiling. The posts appear to be made of real thick cardboard (think toilet paper when the TP is all gone). I was wondering if anyone owned one of these or if anyone thought this seemed like a...
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April 10th 04 06:44 PM
by whayface Go to last post
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Cat Urolithiasis by tunic
hello, my cat (male, 3.5 years old) had urethra blockage twice before (in a 1.5 year period) due to struvite crystal formation in his bladder he has been on a specific diet (hills c/d) which is a low-magnesium acidifying food in order for the crystals to be dissolved. he was also fed another...
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January 12th 05 07:50 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Wandering Cat by Zythophile
My 5 year old moggie has just developed wanderlust. I moved house about a year ago and expected problems then. But she's been fine until about 6 weeks ago. Now she's gone missing twice in 6 weeks for about 12 days each. She's been found and returned both times, after a poster campaign by me & the...
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December 26th 04 04:58 PM
by Zythophile Go to last post
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new site: Isle Of Avalon Cat Haven by Joe
All, Please check out my new site http://www.isleofavaloncathaven.com/ Joe
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January 16th 05 04:40 PM
by Ivor Jones Go to last post
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Can you save by buying Advantage flea control for dogs and using smaller dosage for cats? by Garret Swayne
I've been told Advantage Flea control has the same ingredients, whether it's used for dogs or for cats. The only difference is that when you buy Advantage for dogs, the measured single-application doses contain more (because dogs are larger and require a larger dose). So if you have a...
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June 12th 07 12:28 AM
by Matthew Go to last post
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You CAN declaw with Love by Jolene Yates
She is a year old. She started I'm sure before my fiance (now husband) got her. She didn't scratch the carpet or the furniture. Only people. It's difficult for me to assume that she is a bad kitty. She is always so good otherwise. Since the only other problem we ever had with her is that...
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August 1st 03 02:56 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Acoming an Outdoor Cat by Iain
I have a semi-indoor cat. I want to make her an outdoor one so I don't have to worry about her escaping through any of the many exits(patio doors, conservatory, etc). I live in a cat-friendly neighbourhood but my cat six months old has only been out on a liesh thrice a week on average for about ten...
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October 10th 04 04:46 AM
by Judy Go to last post
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Keeping the vermin out. by Willie Eckerslyke
ATTN, all keen gardeners ! Cats are now universally recognised as the gardener's public enemy No.1. I & my wife love our garden & try to keep it in good condition .... growing flowers/vegetables .... a nice lawn .... & enjoying BBQ's, throughout summer. The only thing that spoils our *private*...
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July 6th 04 11:23 PM
by The Watcher Go to last post
20 1,081
Pet feeders by Mark Irvine
Hi, I have an interesting query. My girlfriend has two cats and has to be away from her lovely cats for a period from time to time. The problem that we have is that one cat is a greedy so and so and also the more dominant cat. We use pet feeders, the problem being that all pet feeders seem to...
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February 19th 04 11:45 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
20 1,027
Litter Box Issues by Peanut
My neutered male 14 year old cat urinates in the litter box, but doesn't squat like most cats. Instead he stands and pees up against the wall of the litter box, which is frustrating because it leaks out the seam of the box where the top and bottom meet. Any ideas? Can't seem to find a litter box...
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April 1st 04 11:09 PM
by m. L. Briggs Go to last post
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What cat toy? by GovtLawyer
Next week is Mickey & Daisy's first birthday. (link to photos below). So, I'd like to get them something and I was wondering if anyone has any ideas. I live in a small studio apartment, and they already have several small rubber bouncy things which they like. The have a scratchy thing on a...
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February 3rd 04 10:59 AM
by Mat Overton Go to last post
20 1,077
The myth of the Siamese cat? by Ablang
Every time I visit my local shelter, the purebred I see the most by far is the Siamese cat. I have my suspicions as to why they seem to be available in abundance. I read they have a reputation for mischief and trouble. So a lot of them must be getting turned in because they knock things over, or...
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December 16th 03 02:24 AM
by Faith Go to last post
20 1,272
REPOST Video of a kitten being drowned by Charlie Wilkes
http://www.stopanimalabuse.blogspot.com/ Count the seconds... Charlie
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September 6th 07 06:27 AM
by William Graham Go to last post
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Fountain deterrant--Any suggestions? by oldhickory
Help! We have a couple of fountains that we want to put back out in our home but can't figure out a way to keep the cat from drinking out of them. A few months ago we discovered that "Buffy" was getting sick from drinking the water out of one of the fountains. She vomited violently and we...
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December 5th 06 04:49 PM
by OdorDestroyer.com Go to last post
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Daisy's Complicated Allergy/Meds Problem by sdavies6
My Daisy is a 4 year old Snowshoe Siamese. She lives in my small studio aprtment with her brother Mickey. Daisy is a timid cat and she often growls (deep gutteral growling) and hisses at Mickey. Sometimes he deserves it, as he throws her off the cat tree. Other times he is simply walking by...
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February 24th 07 03:14 AM
by Sandra Richardson Go to last post
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