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Behavior Question by kaeli
In article , enlightened us with... We have four cats - we love them! We have been fortunate that over the years they are healthy and we never have litter box problems, etc. Two males and two females - all fixed since...
August 8th 03 02:53 PM
by mrfss Go to last post
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problems with jumping by Rona Yuthasastrakosol
My cat doesn't have problems with jumping a couple of feet, but I've noticed that she has never jumped higher than a couple of feet. I often read about people who suffer with their cats jumping on counters, but I have never had that problem. She has been to the vet and the vet does not see any...
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August 8th 03 03:52 AM
by Rona Yuthasastrakosol Go to last post
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Follow-up question about canned cat food by Jerold Pearson
Are there any advantages to canned food over dry food other than the extra water? (Because I can easily add water to the dry food I feed my guys.) Thanks. JP
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August 8th 03 01:52 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Dirty cat ear, seen two different vets, need advice. by Kristina
Hello everyone. My poor kitty has had a very dirty ear for the past few months. Brown specs are all over the inside and outside of her ear. She even has it on her forehead if you look through her hair. I have two other cats that play with her and are in perfect health. It doesn't appear to hurt her...
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August 8th 03 01:33 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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Eukanuba Low Residue by David
We have two cats, both Seniors (15 and 9). They are both on Eukanuba Low Residue canned. The eldest of the two needs this food, and does well on it. The younger is perfectly happy with it as well, and the vet says its fine to have them both on it (difficult two feed them separately). HOWEVER,...
August 8th 03 12:32 AM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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How do you stop aggression with Feliway? by Calvin Rice
Karen Chuplis wrote in message ... in article , Calvin Rice at wrote on 8/6/03 5:56 PM: I've read some of the archived threads on Feliway, but I'm still not...
August 7th 03 09:58 PM
by Calvin Rice Go to last post
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stopping a cat bringing in prey thru cat door? by Alex Longfield
a friend of mine found a webpage that sold a cat flap that supposedly can differentiate between a cat and a cat with prey and lock so they cat can't get in with prey! dunno if it was real or a joke but it would be good lol...tho im sure the little fuzz balls would figure out a way, stick their bums...
August 7th 03 09:27 PM
by Fat Freddy Go to last post
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YES!! Cat Killer Recalled by Karen Chuplis
http://www.journalstar.com/local.php?story_id=69553 They pulled their heads out and DID it. I really wasn't sure if they would because these small town people are rather afraid (as you can tell as most wouldn't say how they voted or are reluctant to say what they think) to go against "the popular...
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August 7th 03 03:08 PM
by Sherry Go to last post
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leaving the cats alone.... by Pat Rabideau
for just two days.... can it be done without traumatizing them too much... will they be ok on their own if I leave enough food, water, and clean litter... I have to make an emergency trip out of town, have three indoor cats, and haven't been able to find anyone to stay with them on short notice......
August 7th 03 02:26 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Strange behaviour by Priss
Hi, My cat has a very strange behaviour, he loves to paw on me when I am sleeping under the blanket! He keeps pawing all over my body from head to toe! I had to cover my head with my blanket since he paws with his claws out just like how they normally do it on a blanket. I try to move my body...
August 7th 03 02:02 PM
by Alex Longfield Go to last post
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Kitten by Mike
http://asdfg.mine.nu/~rehabdoll/pics/LepoeikatsoaikaaeikE4paikkaa2.jpg Mike
August 7th 03 02:59 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Finding "the pee spot" by Jennifer Thompson
Hi all, Haven't posted here in years....but anyway, I have question for you kind folks. I accidentally locked my female, Bonnie, in my closet for the whole day. Didn't realize it until she started wailing and scratching that evening when I returned home from work. *sigh*
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August 6th 03 08:47 PM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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Help with hyper new cat by Gid Tanner
Dear folks, I know this topic has been discussed here in the past--but I was wondering if I may have some advice for my particular situation. I adopted Sullivan, a young, neutured male buff-colored tabby, from the shelter two weeks ago. The slow introduction to my older (aged 11-12 years) female...
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August 6th 03 05:38 PM
by Sharon Talbert Go to last post
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relocating cat from house to apartment by Gee
wrote in message ... I'm thinking about getting a cat for our house, perhaps a kitten. But within a year or two it is possible we may be moving to an apartment. Is there general advice as to re-housing a cat in a more...
August 6th 03 03:30 PM
by Eric Lee Green Go to last post
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kitten food for older cat? by Ensoul100
Sam, 13- 14 yrs old neutered female I've always feed her dry and canned food, she gets 2 times a day a friend of mine gave a box of kitten chow I gave Sam some, she loves it..I've seen this type reaction for cat food in long time (she is good eater) then I started thiking about, maybe kitten...
August 6th 03 05:19 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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feliway for yowling by Ensoul100
I posted on this before Sam cat, short for Samantha about a year ago started yowling every night and I do mean very loudly she's 13 or 14 (they weren't sure of her age when I got Sam) she's neutred everything is fine says her vet i keep a radio and light on at night, helped at first
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August 6th 03 04:29 AM
by Ensoul100 Go to last post
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In article , enlightened us with... snip That is why the rescue people bought me this tiny baby, but it is so unhappy (it still has a belly-button know) that I could use any advice as I am afraid it is not...
August 5th 03 11:21 PM
by Mira Go to last post
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Pilling vs. Injection? by Noreen Cooper
I had a rather unpleasant visit with the vet today. We have a new kitten who was treated for round worms and tape worms. I actually saw a tape worm come out of her anus. This kitten is the one from the feral mother and she is an absolute love. She's more of lap cat than our other two. Here's...
August 5th 03 09:38 PM
by Rene Go to last post
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Foster kitties by Arjun Ray
In , Bill Reynolds wrote: | They are now 4 weeks old About when do we start weaning the tykes? | When should the be started on litterbox training? http://www.kittenrescue.org/handbook.htm
August 5th 03 06:34 PM
by Alex Longfield Go to last post
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Sergeants Pretect flea treatment...any experience? by Foxsrus1
short on $...can't get the more expensive stuff. (been on Advantage) Walmart has this stuff for about $5 which is all I can afford. Is it ok for now?
August 5th 03 02:22 PM
by Alex Longfield Go to last post
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