A cat forum. CatBanter

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Go Back   Home » CatBanter forum » Cat Newsgroups
Site Map Home Register Authors List Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Web Partners

Post New Thread
Threads in Forum : Cat health & behaviour Forum Tools Search this Forum Feed Icon
  Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Reverse Sort Order Replies Views
kitten w/ feline asthma by neters
i posted this in alt.cats before i saw this group which is probably more appropriate. sorry in advance for the cross post... we are in the process of adopting a kitten that was picked up as a stray with his three other brothers. we were told that they were in pretty bad shape when the shelter got...
July 7th 03 06:50 PM
by Ginger-lyn Summer Go to last post
4 638
Good food for dandruff???? by Sherry
Hmmm, thanks MaryL but I really can't go to a canned food. My dog would like it to much to resist, and it will bring ants in the house. The good thing about canned food is, they usually go for it really well and eat it right away,esp. if you only give them a half portion or so. There won't...
July 7th 03 05:12 PM
by Sherry Go to last post
1 664
Keep Your Cats Inside - esp.in Denver & Salt Lake City by Lara Jaegar
On the Today show this morning there was a very upsetting report of cat mutilations in these two areas. People are urged to keep pets indoors until this sick person/people are caught. The cats have been found cut in half with one half missing or completely without organs ( surgical removal) . One...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 7th 03 05:06 PM
by SongSylvan Go to last post
16 992
does the No-Scratch spray work? by Governor George Liquor
Rizzo is doing a number on my TV speaker grilles with his claws. This is despite having ready access to several scratching posts. I was able to break Jack of the habit with the pennies-in-a-can bit, but Rizzo ignores it. They somehow manage to pull off the double-sided tape I apply with...
July 7th 03 09:23 AM
by *~*SooZy*~* Go to last post
6 595
Curious about rabies by Purplecat
Hi, I was thinking about this last night. Yesterday I found and caught a stray/feral kitten, which managed to give me a bite (mistaking my thumb for food rather than out of fear/aggression!) This is not the first time I've been bitten by a feral. Fortunately in Australia we don't have rabies,...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 7th 03 08:15 AM
by Purplecat Go to last post
12 850
Feline leukemia vaccine?? by Cathy Friedmann
As long as she's going outside, I'd personally have her get the FeLV vaccine. Cathy -- "Staccato signals of constant information..." ("The Boy in the Bubble") Paul Simon "Rita" wrote in message
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
July 7th 03 04:17 AM
by k Go to last post
36 1,295
Kitten - Health problems by Anastasia
My kitten is just over 4 months old. I got her just over a week ago - she wasn't entirely healthy then - was still sneezing and coughing (from the kennel flu), but on the way to recovery. She finally stopped sneezing and coughing within the first few days being at home, and her eyes were clear and...
July 7th 03 04:13 AM
by k Go to last post
8 729
2-year-old cat is slugging the new kitten by Marilyn & Glenn Spence
I agree with Lynn K's response. We started with 2 Maine Coons (Jasper & Jasmine) who came from the same cattery and were about the same age. They got along great. A couple of years later we added another Maine Coon kitten (Molly) and it took a month or so for the hissing and swatting to subside....
July 6th 03 10:08 PM
by MARTY AND SAM MASTRUSERIO Go to last post
5 610
Hairball problem? by Kris
My 4-year old kitty has thrown up 3 times today. This morning it was last night's food. A couple of hours later it was a clear, thick liquid. Just a few minutes ago it was 2 lumps of brown stuff that looked like matted hair. Since this is July 4th, my vet isn't in but hopefully will be tomorrow....
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
July 6th 03 10:06 PM
by Caliban Go to last post
28 1,446
Do you have pics of your cats online?? by Shaz
You can see pics of my 'Princess' Leia here http://members.iinet.net.au/~sharon/ as well as her diary and other kitty stuff. Shaz http://www.ostomates.org Matt wrote:
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 6th 03 08:42 PM
by Kathy Go to last post
19 763
Feliway spray/diffuser UK by moi
(Sorry if you see this twice - first post doesn't seem to have appeared) Hello, I've been reading about Feliway spray and/or diffuser and think it is what I am looking for for my worried cat. He's a big lovable puddin' but not very brave and the sight of other cats near our garden makes him...
July 6th 03 03:37 PM
by *~*SooZy*~* Go to last post
2 695
Here we go again URI by meow
I got a foster cat in March of this past year and decided to keep her for myself. May 7th I took her to the vet for an URI and she was on Amoxidrops and an eye ointment for 2 and a half weeks. She was also secluded during this time. She cleared up nicely and have seen no symptoms until the past...
July 6th 03 06:00 AM
by meow Go to last post
4 582
New boy under the bed by dgk
I picked up a new playmate for Espy. I went into the wilds of New Jersy yesterday with my co-worker and made friends with his cat Nipsy, and then took him with me. That was the plan. Nipsy showed up outside their door a few months back and they fed him. Then, after he was attacked by something...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 6th 03 04:43 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
14 829
Crystal Hardly Eats -Update & Question by Joe V
Please recall my posting on 6/23/03, "Please Help Us...Crystal Hardly Eats!". We want to sincerely thank all of you that replied and helped us...Thank you a lot! We took Crystal to another vet after quite a bit of research on various vets in our area. We found a cat specialist who is a...
July 6th 03 02:26 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
6 559
Strange painfull symptoms CATS by The Snowfish.
My cat used to be so cuddly. But now if you come near his ears he backs away. If you scratch his head and happen to move and ear he will back off like you hit him. It looks like he's in pain. Does any one know of why a cat or dog would behave like this?
July 5th 03 03:34 PM
by elpatho Go to last post
8 544
looking for diabates help by Amber
Hi Ya'll, Not an emergency -- We just found out that one of our cats is diabetic. He was pretty sick and I took him to the Vet I use to work for, so we have good medical support. Dr. Whitworth has told me W/D Science diet and Science Diet canned kitten growth formulae are good enough for us...
July 5th 03 03:02 PM
by Steve Crane Go to last post
6 700
Major cat problems by GR81
I got a six week old kitten three weeks ago and I have a male cat whose about five and a half years old. It's about nine weeks old now but the kitten has never ever eaten meat. It just smells the stuff and leaves it alone. The only thing it ever takes is mustard or a mixture of egg and milk. On...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
July 5th 03 10:30 AM
by Kim Go to last post
20 1,267
Soft Paws by Liz
Or people who just leave tehir pets outside the whole time and just feed it. Makes me wonder why they even have a pet. Alice That is quite common here. People will feed roaming animals, treat them if they need medical care, but they will not take the animal in, they don't consider it their...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
July 5th 03 06:37 AM
by Rona Yuthasastrakosol Go to last post
47 1,781
Water Fountain: How often should I clean it? by Paul Enterline
I have one of those "Drinkwell" water fountains for my two cats. The water passes through a fiberglass/charcoal filter, then out a spout into a dish, and is then recirculated. I have to add about quart of water every three days. Question: How long can I go without changing the water and the...
July 5th 03 04:50 AM
by Elizabeth Blake Go to last post
6 778
Automatic litter boxes by Joe Canuck
Mike Kenzie wrote: Has anyone had any trouble with multiple cats sharing one of the automated litter boxes? Suffice it to say the things are troublesome. If your cat is large the automatic boxes may not be big enough. Some cats are afraid of the things and refuse to use them. Think of how...
July 5th 03 03:09 AM
by Hilden Pickering Go to last post
3 764
Post New Thread


Display Options
Showing threads 17081 to 17100 of 17128
Sorted By Sort Order
From The
Forum Tools Search this Forum
Search this Forum :

Advanced Search

New posts New posts More than 15 replies or 150 views Hot thread with new posts
No new posts No new posts More than 15 replies or 150 views Hot thread with no new posts
Closed Thread Thread is closed  
 
Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump


All times are GMT +1. The time now is 07:40 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2004-2017 CatBanter.
The comments are property of their posters.