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Help! Fostered cat suffering from severe anxiery by Christopher Wiederkehr
My family and I have moved to the UK and our cat is being looked after by friends until she fulfills all of the requirements to not be quarantined in the UK (it will take about six months). She is about ten years old and has been separated from us for about two weeks. We just received an email from...
July 9th 03 11:40 PM
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Matted cat hair! by mark
I have a short hair indoor cat. He's about 6yrs old. On his back there is about 4 or 5 little clumps about the size of my thumb. It's matted and tangled. I tried to use a brush and comb but ts just too tangeled. Im thinking about trying to wash/shampoo it out. Last but not least I guess I can cut...
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July 9th 03 11:31 PM
by piggypot Go to last post
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cat acne? by Purplecat
Hi, One of my cats has got black crusty bits on the fur on her chin. I believe this is a sign of overactive sebaceous glands/cat acne. Can anyone confirm this? The only time I've come across cat acne before it was a lot more obvious than this, but cleared up in a week or so with daily cleaning...
July 9th 03 08:18 PM
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Help Save Cats by L. Kelly
Already done! -- Hugs, Lynn *strip CLOTHES to reply* Homepage: http://members.shaw.ca/sewfinefashions/ See my boys: http://photos.yahoo.com/bc/papavince_29/
July 9th 03 05:32 PM
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Siamese biter by Jade
Hi, My brothers and sister and I got a Siamese kitten for our mother for Christmas. "Molly" is now about eight months old, and has been a great pet for my parents except for one thing - she bites (in play, and perhaps sometimes affectionately), and she bites HARD. It's especially hard on...
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July 9th 03 03:09 PM
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He was only 11 months old. A major organ was involved and little could be done but everything was tried. There was something about him that always seemed not long for this world in spite of the fact that he appeared quite happy and healthy until a few weeks ago. I lost another 13 year old cat at...
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July 9th 03 02:47 AM
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For anyone battling flea dermatitis + bathing by Karen M.
As I've mentioned a few times on this group, my dog Bubbas has allergies up the wazzoo - flea, food, and outdoor pollen etc.... Recently he got worse, was losing hair on his lower back and tail, so we went to an actual dermatologist for some further diagnosing. Now, Bubbas has been on Advantage...
July 9th 03 02:12 AM
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Dog lover turned kitten mother, LOTS of questions.. by Nicole Johnson
Hi all! Yes, I have converted. I still love my great dane, but the newest love of my life (Hailey the supposed maine coon) has me stressed. In all 21 of my years, I've never owned a feline, so perhaps having rescued a 4 week old kitten that insists that I'm her mommie from which she can...
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July 9th 03 12:37 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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I thought you might like this story by Bill
I thought you might like this story from a TV/Book writer who posts on another board. I recently lost a cat that I'm still very sad about. It is good to hear these kinds of stories. Bill _________________________________________________\
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July 8th 03 11:11 PM
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Advice pls: good HCM/medical cat book? by OzFree
Hi, I'm trying to get as much info as I can for all of my kitties, including the three HCM kitties. I did a quick search on Amazon and found three books: 1. The Cornell Book of Cats by Mordecai Siegel ISBN 0679449531 2. Veterinarians Guide to your cats symptoms by Michael Garvey ISBN
July 8th 03 09:30 PM
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Considering Radio Iodine Treatment by L
I'm about 90% sure this is the way I want to go. My cat was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism about 3 weeks ago. He has been on Tapazole 2x a day since then. He hates being pilled, it takes 3 or 4 tries to get him to take the pill each time. His activity level has gone down drastically, his toy mouse...
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July 8th 03 08:29 PM
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kidney problems by YVONNE159
my cat muffin is 16yrs old hes blind, is on medication for blood pressure and fortekor, but just lately has put weight on making him look like a donkey each side, has anyone experienced this, I am wondering if it is his weight because he doesn,t get round much now, or if it is another problem, his...
July 8th 03 06:11 PM
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monday blue's by rainyseason
"*~*SooZy*~*" wrote in message ... My daughters Ragdoll screams the place down every monday while they are at work, she is only a baby 20 weeks old! the neighbours have heard her, she is fine the rest of the week! must be...
July 8th 03 05:45 PM
by *~*SooZy*~* Go to last post
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Falling asleep by moi
Does anyone else have cats whose head drops when they fall asleep? I was thinking about things my cats do that make us laugh. In the evening they like to sit with us when we watch TV. Now like most cats they sleep a lot but remain alert. However there are times when they fall hard and fast...
July 8th 03 05:43 PM
by moi Go to last post
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Hill's T/D carbs - Thanks, Steve and Liz for the interestingdiscussion by Jean
I'm certainly no expert and am reading and asking alot of questions. Seems like the jury is still out on the carb question diabetes, as well as on the protein/phos question, kidneys. I've run across an awful lot of conflicting information - all from some kind of expert or another. At this...
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July 8th 03 03:12 PM
by Jean Go to last post
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all of my cats are wild cats by Cryofax
"the catman" wrote in message ... I will never buy a "bred" cat. I like the kittens that cats have in my barn every year. No kidding. That cute little noise they make as you flip them on the grill is priceless. - Cryo
July 8th 03 01:52 PM
by Indrid Cold Go to last post
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Defacation problem by Paul Huckabay
Ok, I've got this wonderful cat that has had this problem for several years now, and maybe someone here can help. He is a mixed breed, but beautiful animal. I got him from my vet when he was a kitten. He is neutered/declawed (front). He is approximately four years old. On to the problem. To put...
July 8th 03 01:02 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Nipsy is part Maine Coon? by dgk
I was describing my new cat Nipsy to friends at the beach yesterday and one said that he sounds like Maine Coon. Definite tufts of hair coming out the bottom of the feat, tufts of hair on his face that make him look somewhat lynxish. Most of those were removed by constant play with his former buddy...
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July 8th 03 03:35 AM
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Maxi by Opened Eyes
We have a beautiful 8 month old, spayed, has all her shots, manx kitten. She is lovely to look at, orange tabby and amber eyes. She is also the spawn of demon cats everywhere!!! Neither my husband nor myself has ever experienced the nonsense this kitten can produce. She slapped me awake the...
July 7th 03 10:17 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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The problem with Arthur...... by Steve
Hi Our cat, yes he's white, has recently started to paw his eyebrow area. He makes his face quite red and can cause bleeding. We've had him in a 'lampshade' for a week to stop him and the problem cleared. However, we've just took the collar off and he's done it again! Why? How can we stop him...
July 7th 03 07:16 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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