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homeopathic remedies? by jean
What are you thoughts on homeopathic remedies for cats? I know almost nothing about them but someone I met recently says that she's used them on her cats for years. One thing she mentioned is Rescue Remedy. Thanks. Jean
July 14th 03 11:39 AM
by E. Kunze Go to last post
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when is enough, enough by Philip Wagner
I know most here will condemn me for suggesting it but I just can't keep throwing money away on our cat Andy. In summer 2002 Andy was diagnosed with diabetes. The total costs in two months was $1,600.00. The vet still wanted us to bring him in every two weeks at $200.00 a crack for day long blood...
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July 14th 03 03:10 AM
by Liz Go to last post
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Lost my first cat. by John Kimmel
I came home from my walk the other night to find a car parked in front of my driveway. There was a woman standing in front of it looking at something on the road. It was a dead cat. The woman had obviously seen it in the road and stopped, not knowing what to do. She asked me. I said, "I know...
July 14th 03 01:22 AM
by Outsider Go to last post
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I knead you... by Governor George Liquor
Starting this part Monday morning, out of nowhere, both of my cats started kneading me. When Jack wakes me up in the morning, he'll climb on any even remotely horizontal surface I present. He'll knead my arms, shoulders, legs, et cetera. He gives a pretty good massage! Rizzo, who still...
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July 13th 03 04:35 PM
by Priscilla Ballou Go to last post
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kitty conjunctivitis? by Tom Reingold
My cat had a runny eye for about three days. Is that conjunctivitis? Last night, it seemed to have stopped, and this morning, her eye is dry. Any reason to worry? Thanks. -- Tom Reingold Noo Joizy
July 13th 03 02:11 AM
by LMORSE1831 Go to last post
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Arthritis in cats? by Harvey Fielder
A few days ago our 14 yr old cat suddenly exhibited signs of suffering extreme pain (hissing, growling, touch sensitivity, etc.) We took her to the vets - they couldn't find anything specific wrong with her. We feel she may be suffering from an arthritic condition. Is this common in older cats?...
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July 12th 03 11:27 PM
by Harvey Fielder Go to last post
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Adopted stray cat problems (continued) by Calvin Rice
This is an update on the stray cat saga told here over a month ago. I've been living with three cats who are free to go in and out of the house at will, for nearly three years now. The older two were once confined, but the youngest one, nearly age two, has never been confined. To recap, a stray...
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July 12th 03 04:26 PM
by Calvin Rice Go to last post
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what is hairball remedy REALLY supposed to do? by Alyssa Robinson
I was under the impression that hairball remedy (whether it be a paste the cat licks off your finger, or a crunchy treat that hides a gooey, hairball remedy center) was supposed to help prevent the cat from barfing up hairballs. I thought it was supposed to ease the passage of cat hair down the...
July 12th 03 03:51 PM
by Priscilla Ballou Go to last post
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Mouth-to-mouth saves cat's life by me
COLE HARBOR, Nova Scotia, July 11 (UPI) -- A 13-year-old Nova Scotia boy defied bullies and saved a cat's life with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Sam Bernard told the Globe and Mail Friday he heard the cat's cries and found it hanging by a rope from a tree. Two other teens were...
July 12th 03 03:49 PM
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when to spay? by Sandra Loosemore
() writes: i have a female siamese (pedigreed) that is 6 months old. Is there an optimal window for having her spayed? Do I need to worry about getting her spayed before full sexual maturity? With boys, it's best to have them neutered at about 4 months so that...
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July 12th 03 03:25 PM
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beyond click and treat, click and love by The Puppy Wizard
HOWEDY Master Of Deception blankman, wrote in message ... On 11 Jul 2003 19:39:19 -0700 Hal whittled these words: I have recently been reading about training methods, coercive, non...etc. : I...
July 12th 03 09:30 AM
by The Puppy Wizard Go to last post
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Kidney Stones Maine Coon Cat by Phil P.
"Chris" wrote in message ... Hello, We have a 4 year old Maine Coon Male Cat (Sebastian) that was just recently diagnosed with kidney stones. First a little history. I got Sebastian from someone at a local flea...
July 12th 03 05:46 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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random urination update by J1Boss
Hi folks - a few weeks ago, I wrote for some help with Skipjack, who uses his box but uses other places as well. His first visit to the vet showed no UTI. Neither did a visit to a different vet. We tried to go to my preferred vet, but she's an hour away. On the day we had the appointment, Skip...
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July 11th 03 11:30 PM
by Alison Go to last post
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High WBC, vet no help - need answers fast... by Arjun Ray
In , (Christine) wrote: | To summarize: | High WBC Unfortunately, by itself this isn't informative. The WBC count is made up of various kinds of WBCs. For instance, the neutrophil count may be inflated due to stress. Other...
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July 11th 03 05:27 PM
by MaryL Go to last post
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"leaking" from back end by Mike Copeland
14 yr old female has started to "leak" a little diareha occasionally. What are some common causes? Is there something I should stop feeding her? She gets canned fish, chicken and turkey mostly. thanx Mike
July 11th 03 04:14 PM
by Cathy Friedmann Go to last post
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declawed and non-declawed? by piggypot
I have a friend who is about to adopt a kitten I've been fostering, but I've made one of my conditions that she agree NOT to get the kitten declawed. Her current cat is declawed (not by her) and she's worried about there being a defensive disparity between the two. I have one cat who is declawed...
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July 11th 03 01:53 PM
by piggypot Go to last post
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got my kitten! by Karen Chuplis
in article , neters at wrote on 7/10/03 7:33 PM: hey all - i just wanted anyone who might possibly be interested know that i ended up getting the kitten from the shelter that we thought might have feline asthma. we haven't decided on how...
July 11th 03 04:31 AM
by Cathy Friedmann Go to last post
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Allerpet by Thomas F. Maguire
Anybody have any experience using Allerpet on their feline master? Some have suggested using Acepromazine when speaking of allergens from cats, but according to the Allerpet web site, "use of Acepromatizin is an 'old wives' tale." Needless to say, they tout their product Allerpet very...
July 11th 03 03:17 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Kitten temp 106.5 by Karen Chuplis
in article , *~*SooZy*~* at wrote on 7/5/03 7:16 AM: Yesterday morning my kitten of 11 weeks was fine running about eating drinking up till lunch time, he was completely his self. I went out for a while, when I came back he was...
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July 11th 03 02:13 AM
by teri Go to last post
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Do you show your longhaired cat? by Zoeliz
My cat Webster is a semi longhaired cat who sheds like mad and I find it very hard to keep him well groomed. The more I brush him, the more loose fur gathers on his coat and eventually falls on the hardwood floors or elsewhere. If anyone shows long haired cats, do you have any grooming...
July 11th 03 01:32 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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