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Can you train a cat where to go outside? by [email protected]
We are new to cats, having taken in a stray about amonth ago. She is an outdoor cat with a small house on the deck. We have never seen her venture out...she seems to always come jumping up from underneath the deck when we call her. There is gravel underneath the deck, and we are worried that she...
August 10th 03 06:39 PM
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Cats and hot weather by Zoeliz
Do cats feel the heat during the summer hot weather? If they do, is there anything we need to do to cool them off? Zoe
August 10th 03 10:39 PM
by Matt Go to last post
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Swelling under tongue by Priscilla Ballou
In article , Priscilla Ballou wrote: She's a little perkier tonight, and she spent some time upstairs with me cuddling but foregoing her usual vigorous grooming of my face (she did a few tiny little lappy licks, but...
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August 11th 03 02:47 AM
by Priscilla Ballou Go to last post
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Getting ready for a new aby kitten in Chicago-advice on vets and preparations needed by kaeli
In article , enlightened us with... I have put down a deposit on a new aby and she will be ready to pick up in late August. Does anyone have an aby kitten? I have had Siamese cats before. Should I get toys for climbing? I...
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August 11th 03 04:38 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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Nacho Cheese Kitty by Elizabeth Blake
"Brandy Alexandre" wrote in message ... I'm not a big nachos person, but if I recall, the last time I brought some home from Taco Bell, Kami was only interested in tortilla chips. Well, today I got a little thing of nachos...
August 11th 03 02:55 PM
by Jim Wild Go to last post
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litter training kittens with mama by Laura Burchard
I'm fostering a mother cat with two kittens, about six weeks old now. In most respects everything is going well, the kittens seem to be socializing well and are very healthy. But I'm a little concerned about litter training. I didn't expect it to be a problem, the mother is litter trained and...
August 11th 03 09:03 PM
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taking a cat in by Cathy Friedmann
Check the shelters - as you mentioned, the local vets', & check for "Lost" notices in the paper (which is how my neighbor found her kitten who'd wandered off) for the next couple of weeks. Post notices around w/in reasonable wandering distance, too - also as you mentioned. You could also take her...
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August 12th 03 04:34 AM
by MacCandace Go to last post
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New Adult Cat Adoption by PawsForThought
From: "Kay" Date: 8/7/03 12:21 AM Eastern Hi Everyone, I took in a stray about 9 months ago, she is doing great. I also adopted a 2 year old Male cat 2 days ago. Congrats on your new kitty, Kay :)
August 12th 03 06:45 AM
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Cats can prevent heart attacks by [email protected]
I've been developing a theory that, so far, has worked for me. The process works like this: 1. Lie down in your recliner. 2. Call your cat and have it jump up on you 3. Get the cat purring 4. Hold the purring cat close to your chest. The theory is that a cat's purring is at a frequency at...
August 12th 03 06:53 AM
by M.L. Briggs Go to last post
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Rainbow bridge? by Tony Stanford
Hi - Could someone please post, or give me a URL, for the rainbow bridge story? I did have it on disk but cannot find it! TIA Tony
August 12th 03 10:36 AM
by Tony Stanford Go to last post
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toothache /diet by Gerard
hi i have an 10-12 year old tom cat who in fairly good health but hes being suffering from a toothache. i brought him to the vets this morning but the vet said he wouldnt risk removing the tooth because hes to old and the best thing to do would be finding him foods that are easier for him to...
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August 12th 03 01:17 PM
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CRF - Speed of deterioration by Toni from T.O.
Hi again! I posted earlier about my cat's extreme lethargy. My vet has ruled out hemobartonella as a cause of Timothy's decline, and is now thinking that it is probably kidney related. My question is, would it be unusual to see a cat go from perky/chasing birds to practically immobile within...
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August 12th 03 01:47 PM
by Liz Go to last post
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Clawing Ritual question & update by Angela
Some of you might remember my semi feral kittens Dobby (formerly Shirkan) and Cajun. In any event, I have noted a strange ritual. Every am, when I get up, the very first thing that Dobster does is run straight to the scratching post and claw it. He does it every day. We did not train them to use...
August 12th 03 07:44 PM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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Paintball's 1st birthday by SongSylvan
Well, my little girl is now a year old today...and she's celebrating by chasing Chase all over the house. He's thrilled. (Not.) I'd get her a new toy, but she's been spoiled enough. *grin* Magdalene IWG #1024/Drill Sgt. of Local 35/Soiled Doves of Colorado IFoRP # 57/First Mate of "The Flying...
August 13th 03 12:25 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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two paws up for the Fresh Flow bowl by Brandy Alexandre
Governor George Liquor wrote in rec.pets.cats.health+behav: The Fresh Flow works just as advertised: the electric pump is very nearly silent, and the charcoal filter keeps the water clean to the eye and nose. My wholly uninformed opinion is that if you're concerned...
August 13th 03 01:19 AM
by Angio Go to last post
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Considering a 2nd cat by Karen Chuplis
in article , Jim Wild at wrote on 8/11/03 8:18 AM: I have a 18 month old fixed male. We have a stray living in our shop at work. She is about 3 or 4 months old. I have been feeding her and she has warmed up to me. I...
August 13th 03 01:45 AM
by Purplecat Go to last post
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Is my cat depressed? by Terry
I have a four-year-old cat (Miss Kitty) who has had some serious health problems for the past two weeks, and I'm getting desperate. She started off vomiting and getting slightly listless. I took her to the vet who found she was extremely constipated, completely impacted. Two days of mineral oil...
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August 13th 03 01:47 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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feeding my cat..?? by Jamiroquai
i was wondering how much should i feed my cat a day..?? it meows and meows constantly when theres food around i understand its an animal and it doesnt understand and it starts crying if we dont give it any, i feed it just under half the can the can is 190g, once in the morning and once at night, ...
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August 13th 03 03:40 AM
by Purplecat Go to last post
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kitten patting by [email protected]
why do kittens breath with mouth opened THANKS
August 13th 03 04:16 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Update was taking a cat in by Sharon
So, I took Stranger Cat to the vet after work today to check for a microchip (the vet I went to doesn't charge for the service), thanks to those who suggested it. Can you believe that she didn't have one? Unfortunately yes. Most pets chipped at our practice are dogs. If the HS doesn't...
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August 13th 03 10:36 PM
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