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Question About Hartz & Sergents by W. K. Mahler, Mahlers.Com
*The following below is not of my writing, nor my public or professional opinion. When I read about ear mites and that it is that I am treating my cat with Hartz ear mite control, I decided to post this to know your opinions. This posting is not meant to slight the Hartz and or Sergents...
August 24th 07 04:09 AM
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August 23rd 07 10:11 PM
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Cats eating their young? by Thor1207
I thought this was just "an old wives tale." My daughters watched a neighbors cat give birth to 3 kittens. When they came back after leaving for supper there were only two kittens. They were looking around the barn for the missing kitten when they noticed the mother eating one of the remaining...
August 23rd 07 07:24 PM
by silvercelt Go to last post
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Dilated Pupils by Suzie-Q[_2_]
About a year and a half ago I took in a kitten that someone had dumped at Wal-Mart. (She wasn't feral, like most cats in that woodsy area, so I'm guessing she was dumped.) She has always had dilated pupils, even in high light. When my other cats are in sunlight with only little slits, Sweetie's...
August 23rd 07 05:09 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Presentation of disorientation by [email protected]
Hi all, My cat, approx. 12 years old, presented this evening with some strange symptoms. He was walking slowly around the room, always hugging one wall, seemingly disorientated. Ollie is an insulin-dependent diabetic cat and has also been suffering from hyperthyroidism. We've seen similar...
August 23rd 07 02:43 PM
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FIV: NOT An Automatic Death Sentence by stephcat
My family and I have been caring for our own FIV+ cats for the past four years, and we regularly correspond with other pet owners who are doing the same. Cats with FIV can enjoy a high quality of life for many years, if properly cared for. Yet many vet clinics still encourage pet owners...
August 23rd 07 12:03 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Kittens at Lunch - Video by Persian
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August 23rd 07 05:15 AM
by Suzie-Q[_2_] Go to last post
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Sudden cat death by saxrocco
Hi I have been searching the net for answers and advice. I have had cats all my life and I will always have them, but what I am about to write has really shocked us. On Saturday we took our long haired tom cat called 'Donny' to be groomed as he was full of lugs and we thought he would feel better....
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August 22nd 07 01:08 PM
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Feline Pine Scoop Litter - Does not Scoop! by sfmary
My cat has developed a cough and the vet and thought it may be the silica dust from the litter. The x-ray did not show anything serious. He was given Prednisolone which helped for a while then the cough and wheeze started up again. I tried the wheat litter Swheat only they licked the dust off of...
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August 21st 07 09:55 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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Cat won't eat by Gary Woods
Neutered male, 8 years old: Eli ate very little according to pet sitter, while we were on vacation, now losing weight (12#, down to 9#), and has eaten virtually nothing for a couple of weeks. Vet found nothing wrong; blood work normal, X-rays showed no tumors, no blockages. The did tooth...
August 21st 07 06:54 AM
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Feline's four-legged walk reveals how memory works: study by [email protected]
Interesting account of Cat's memory by McVea http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2007/08/20/catmemorystudy.html
August 21st 07 06:19 AM
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August 21st 07 01:55 AM
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'Rovers' character after death of his brother... by saxrocco via CatKB.com
As a lot of you aware 'Donny' our 5 year old cat sadly died 2 weeks ago and it really shocked us as it was unexpected. I am just wanting to share these moments with you, but I know his (Rover) behaviour is bound to change (after all his brother and best mate is not here anymore). He is sticking...
August 20th 07 08:08 PM
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Our website: http://www.cheapestsell.com Our msn: Wholesale sports shoes from china. We professionally wholesale sports shoes from china,main product including:Footwear-sneakers series (nike,puma,adidas,Jordan 1-24,nike max,nike shox,nike dunk,nike kobe,nike...
August 20th 07 06:24 PM
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aspirin for cat? by Zippy
Our 16 mo. old male cat had his 1 year vaccination yesterday. He won't eat & wants to sleep 24 hours/day. Vet says give 1/2 a baby aspirin. I thought that aspirin was bad for cats. Is it or not?
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August 20th 07 12:11 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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A must visit website for Cat Owners. by [email protected]
Hello, This site has been around for quite a while now. Has a lot of information on feline health problems. Do take your time to check it out throughly. http://www.info-junction.net/pets--animals/cats/ Thanks
August 20th 07 11:08 AM
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Fast Food Delivery by Claude V. Lucas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtbowP7obP0 :^)
August 20th 07 05:11 AM
by Claude V. Lucas Go to last post
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Create your personalized report by coffeer
Create your personalized report This report reflects the settings contained in the control box below. Adjust them to meet your situation, then click "Personalize Report" to compute new results. http://www.isycy.com/health/cy.htm
August 20th 07 04:06 AM
by coffeer Go to last post
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130 Cats in a Moscow Flat by Candace
http://englishrussia.com/?p=1199 Ugh, I thought I had problems. I love kitties but this is a bit much. Candace
August 20th 07 12:44 AM
by Matthew Go to last post
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Mosiquito bites by jmagerl[_2_]
This is turning into a first class mosquito year for us in Chicago burbs with all the rain. I'm feeling very sorry for all the outdoor cats and dogs. Should I be? Do cats and dogs get mosquito bites that itch as bad as mine (other health risks aside)? Thankfully, Mr. Bonkers is an indoor cat and...
August 19th 07 11:37 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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