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Boarding v friends v professional sitter for two weeks? by Ajanta
My cat is about 4 years old and we have never had to leave her alone. We were always able to find a cat savvy friend to live in our home during our vacations. Until now. We are leaving for two weeks and trying to decide what would be best for her. Options as I see them: 1. Board her at some...
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March 13th 11 02:36 AM
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Strange cat behavour by Brian[_2_]
Since I had my cat operated on for a cancer on the ear operation (8 weeks ago) he has been acting differently. He stays in the same spot; under the kitchen chair. He doesn't clean himself as much as he use to. He is eating less than he use to. His movements are slow. He is an old cat. Do you think...
March 8th 11 02:19 PM
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Cats with thumbs by chatnoir
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6CcxJQq1x8
March 4th 11 10:37 PM
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Health issues of male and female cats by JEP
I just lost my 14 year old cat Harpo two weeks ago to cancer, three years after his best buddy Gulliver died of cancer. Two sweet wonderful joyful critters who are sorely missed. I am about to go to the shelters to start looking for another kitten or two, and am leaning towards getting male...
March 1st 11 12:02 PM
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NEW MEXICO Rabies Waivers Action Alert by Kris L. Christine
NEW MEXICO--Rabies Medical Exemptions, Urgent Action Alert: In order to get a rabies medical exemption bill filed this session, legislators must hear from the public in force. What You Can Do to Help Please find your legislators' contact information here...
February 20th 11 01:58 AM
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PA Enacts Vet Disclosure by Kris L. Christine
PENNSYLVANIA Enacts Veterinary Disclosure into PA Code http://www.pacode.com/secure/data/049/chapter31/chap31toc.html NOTE: Vaccines are "biologics". Chapter 31 State Board of Veterinary Medicine Principle 7 (d).....Veterinarians shall practice in accordance with advancements and acceptable...
February 17th 11 01:15 AM
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Brace Sporting Challenges With The Master Mens Trainers by kim steiner
It is absolutely vital to vent their frustrations in sports. With sneakers, can have the confidence to defeat your opponents. Is the shoe that goes with the sport that comes from exercise. The genus is named differently in different regions. These are called runners, beach shoes or sneakers...
February 14th 11 07:50 AM
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TEXAS Rabies Law--Bell County by Kris L. Christine
PERMISSION TO CROSS-POST A debate over the annual county rabies protocol in Bell County, Texas has erupted (see 6/7/09 Temple Daily Telegram Bell County eyes rabies ordinance change: Required shots could switch from yearly to every three years http://www.tdtnews.com/story/2009/06/07/58450...
February 8th 11 10:33 PM
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any experience with blind cats? by [email protected]
our 15 year old cat suddenly went blind last week, and seems to be having a lot of trouble adapting, any experience that can be shared would be appreciated. thanks
February 6th 11 11:08 PM
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Do Cats Feel Love? by Curse Of Millhaven
I have seen this mentioned from time to time but is there any proof?
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February 5th 11 11:03 PM
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bald spots on fur by Peter Elem
My female spayed cat has been biting her hair out leaving bald spots in various places on her body. Seems to be constantly scratching and biting herself. I will see a vet as soon as possible but does anybody have any experience with this? Thanks in advance.
February 4th 11 02:29 PM
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Diet change by KenK
I'm thinking of switching my cat from Wellness canned food back to Fancy Feast after many many months. She doesn't seem to be getting nutrition from the Wellness, it appears to be going right through her. At first she was satisfied with 9 oz of Wellness a day, now 12 isn't enough. When she ate...
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February 3rd 11 12:48 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Microchiped question by Kelly Greene[_4_]
We had all three cats microchipped. I was told at the vet's office last week that there would be a one time charge for registering each cat, included in the $47 fee to insert the chip. No yearly fees. But reading the literature they sent home with me, it says there's a yearly fee of $15. WTF? ...
January 31st 11 04:21 AM
by Kelly Greene[_4_] Go to last post
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January 2011, Updated list of solutions manuals & test banks!!!! by Student.Plus(at)Hotmail(dot)com
Hello, We have updated our list with the following titles. You can contact us directly at Student.Plus(at)Hotmail(dot)com Or visit our website for more information (student-plus.net ) http://student-plus.net ==========
January 24th 11 09:42 AM
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New kitten spay questions by Nitesbane
Just adopted a cat that was left outdoors when her family deliberately moved away without her. My best guess puts her at about 8-10 months old. I was previously told she was "up-to-date with her shots", and she was in good health when I picked her up off the street, so I did not immediately...
January 23rd 11 02:19 PM
by Kelly Greene[_4_] Go to last post
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Diet change revisited by KenK
Took Emily back to the vet last Wednesday. Prescribed steroids - says she's seen that help in such situations. Probably be a week or more before I see any change. One good thing, she doesn't mind the liquid dose - too much. Smells good to me too! Her appetite seems to be falling off a bit -...
January 21st 11 08:47 PM
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MINNESOTA Rabies Rule ALERT by Kris L. Christine
MINNESOTA -- Action Alert The Board of Animal Health is planning a statewide rabies rule http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/statewide/archive/2011/01/minnesota-plans-statewide-rabies-rule.shtml (please copy and paste links into browser if they do not work by clicking on...
January 17th 11 10:15 PM
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Picking up cats by Rhino[_3_]
I was recently advised by one of the assistants at my vet's office that picking up an older cat by the scruff of the neck was very painful for them. However, when I asked the vet about it a few minutes later, she just admitted that she didn't know if it was bad to do that. My first vet...
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January 14th 11 11:07 PM
by Kelly Greene[_4_] Go to last post
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Do Cats Smile? by Tom Choad
My roommate's cat is laying down purring and I notice the sides of her mouth are upturned. Does that means she is smiling?
January 6th 11 12:16 AM
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Can cats eat Xmas ham? by Doug2
We have a lot of leftover Xmas ham, it's got a glaze on it, but no other spices AFAIK. Is it OK, to cut the ham in small bits and feed it to two cats who are ~10 years old? Thank you in advance. --- news://freenews.netfront.net/ - complaints: ---
January 4th 11 03:00 PM
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