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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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Update as of 7/8/03: homeless man and kittens by Alexandra
I think the guy is a con artist. All last week, the guy didn't have the kittens with him at all. On Monday morning and this morning, he had them back again. This guy is working a scam. How do you have kittens one week, and then not another when you're homeless? You can't *store* them anywhere!...
July 10th 03 05:28 PM
by Tequila Red 2 Go to last post
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Cat Killer update by Karen Chuplis
in article , Dave at wrote on 7/9/03 9:22 PM: CONGRATULATIONS Sometimes the good guy wins Well, we have to see if they make it stick. Too often it doesn't :( Karen
July 10th 03 05:10 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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Honeysuckle toys by PawsForThought
From: Rita Does anyone know how to go about making a honeysuckle toy. I'm trying to figure out what they use and put in as filler. I've never heard of a honeysuckle toy. Can you guy them? Lauren ________ See my cats: http://community.webshots.com/album/56955940rWhxAe
July 10th 03 01:31 AM
by Cathy Friedmann Go to last post
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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
by Ginger-lyn Summer Go to last post
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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
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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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
by moi Go to last post
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I Lost Tony by CYBERFLOYD
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
by MacCandace Go to last post
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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
by Cheryl Go to last post
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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
by Karen M. Go to last post
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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
by k Go to last post
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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
by L Go to last post
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