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air filter recommendation by [email protected]
Can anyone recommend a good air cleaner/filter for removing litter box smell? Background: I have two cats and one of them refuses to cover her "deposits" in the box. I clean the box twice a day and one of the cats refuses to use a littermaid automatic box. Hence, I have litter box smell between...
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September 22nd 04 12:23 PM
by Tiger Girl Go to last post
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Opposite of catnip? by Jeffrey Kaplan
Is there anything that is essentially the opposite of catnip? My recently adopted (about a month ago) 15 week old kitten has for the past two weeks been acting like she's high on catnip about half the time now. I'm certain she isn't, because she's an indoor cat (whether she likes it or not) and...
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April 20th 05 06:41 PM
by Mathew Kagis Go to last post
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Fences - Cats - DIY? by Bob F
dgk wrote: On Thu, 16 Aug 2012 20:59:00 -0400, Brooklyn1 Gravesend1 wrote: Gas Bag wrote: She wants to stop her cats getting out, and other cats getting in. To any cat "lovers" out there, my friend isn't getting rid of her cats, nor is she trapping/baiting any of the cats...
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May 22nd 13 07:11 AM
by wishbone Go to last post
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About h0p - The End of The Story by Dee
Some of you will remember me and h0p. h0p is my 12 1/2 year old former feral cat who has been my heart and inspiration for these last many years. It's my hope that in my lifetime I can show the bravery, courage, and grace that he has shown in fighting a heart murmer, toxoplasmosis,...
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August 15th 05 02:49 AM
by bodacious Go to last post
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my cat keeps losing his collar! by Maxine G
Hi. My cat has now lost about 5 collars in the neighborhood. This doesn't count those that neighbors have found and returned. Many of the times he's come in without it, he's also been a bit muddy, so I suspect he's been crawling under some brush that's snagged it. It's expensive because we...
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February 29th 08 02:51 PM
by honeybunch Go to last post
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Communication by Kermit Tisdale
Hi I have a question that I would appreciate it if someone can help me with. Where my cats eats....every now and then, she scatches the floor (4 or 5 times repeatedly) in front of her bowls. I have no idea whats she's trying to tell me. My cat prior to this, one would from time to time do the same...
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August 29th 08 01:44 AM
by Stampir Go to last post
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At wit's end with cat by Preston Crawford
This has been like a 2 year oddessy. We have a very loving, adorable black cat. Likes to be a lap cat. Takes very good care of his sister (we adopted litter-mates) and is overall a great cat. There's one problem. He's REALLY needy at night and he's made our nights hell for the last two years. From...
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July 21st 05 11:19 PM
by jils Go to last post
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Help me avoid declawing my cat, please by Jeffrey Kaplan
While my year-and-a-half neutered female tabby "Delany" no longer claws me, she's clawing everything else. She's destroyed the paint on my banisters, she's tearing up my couch, she's tearing up several spots of my carpets, and she's torn holes in three of my screens (two windows, one door) big...
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September 2nd 06 02:35 AM
by Jeffrey Kaplan Go to last post
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What to do - cat needs to be outdoors but I have anal neighbors by offtherack
I have a cat who loves to be outdoors. I have a neighbor who says my cat gets on his truck and ruins the finish. Never mind the fact that there are other cats in the neighborhood and that the neighbor has a garage, but chooses not to park his truck in it. If I keep the cat in, she gets very...
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November 25th 04 08:08 AM
by Marianne Go to last post
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why is my cat doing this, and is it a problem? (long, sorry) by Tiger Girl
Hi, Buster is a year and a half old shelter cat. He had a home at one point, lost it (this is a college town, with the usual horrible college-town pet dumping problems), was in the wild for an unknown period, and got hit by a car, which ironically turned out to be his salvation. He was rescued...
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September 16th 04 06:58 PM
by mlbriggs Go to last post
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Which litter an tray is best by Rach
Hi every1, I was just wondering if anyone had any views on which type of litter (clay, wood, catsan, silica) is best to use. AND which kind of litter tray? Has anyone tried the 'self-cleaning ones'? I have one kitten (he is 10 weeks old). Any thoughts will be a great help
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June 13th 04 01:14 AM
by Cat Protector Go to last post
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Hello (+ question about neutering) by DemoDisk
Hi, all: I haven't posted to any of the .cats groups since we lost KitKat 3 years ago, but now I have a question.... On the 25th of May we discovered on the back stoop a frightened little kitten about 6 weeks old (said the vet). KitKat had taught us to obey, so there was no question about taking...
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October 10th 03 11:26 PM
by theodore gump Go to last post
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Kitty claws at carpeting, HELP! by HereKitty
OUr 3 1/2 yr old female cat will have nothing to do with the scratching post, instead loves to pull at the couch corner or tug on our new carpeting.This is even after having her nails clipped.We can't babysit her all day. We're told she's too old to get declawed, any suggestions??
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December 5th 03 09:36 AM
by Ray Ban Go to last post
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My cat the hunter by Ablang
My cat is an indoor-only cat and I read somewhere that they are natural hunters, preferring to sleep during the day and hunt at night. I do notice that my cat is more active at night, and usually if I go into another room and come back out she is hiding. I usually know where she's at, and she...
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March 23rd 04 07:33 AM
by Kit Go to last post
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Request for advice: 30 too late to become a vet? by Drue
Hi. I'm 30 and am thinking seriously about starting a second career as a veterinarian. For the past ten years, I have enjoyed a fairly lucrative career as a software engineer, but now I am very serious about changing my line of work as I don't want to be in the computer business my entire life. ...
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January 14th 04 09:35 AM
by Chester Go to last post
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Falling over cat´s tails by Alberto Panno-Peano
This is very dangerous, cats are dangerous moving traps than can cause the most deadly accidents in houses and outside ! So beware if a cat is around your legs !
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January 19th 04 09:26 PM
by sweetGApeach Go to last post
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running out of cat food choices by KC
Hi everyone I have three adult cats and they seem to be getting sick of eating the regular wet brand canned cat food. I don't blame them, its like a big blob of paste. I know that they will eat the shredded beef & chicken types- Fancy Feast offers a shredded chicken but unfortunately I'll go...
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April 20th 04 08:33 PM
by metromax Go to last post
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Intruding cats by Mikoangelo
Is there anyone who knows a good tip to keeping cats of the grounds? -- Mikoangelo - webmaster of http://harrypotter.lk-data.net
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May 9th 04 06:35 PM
by Ted Davis Go to last post
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Spraying Males by Tiners
My mum has two spraying males that spray her back porch. Her cat is 11 yrs old and is fixed. Any advice on what she can use to get them to stop spraying on her back porch. My mum's cat is also an indoor cat. She also has a dog but it's altered to. Thanks in advanced for any advice! Tina
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May 18th 04 04:52 AM
by Judy Go to last post
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Being a Considerate Cat Owner by Judy
"bewtifulfreak" wrote in message ... Anyone have suggestions for keeping your cats out of a garden they're unwelcome in? I don't want to have to keep them in, as they've been enjoying going out for more...
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August 18th 03 05:57 PM
by LeeAnne Go to last post
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