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Vent/Rant - Persians by KellyH
Poor Persians. Bred for a feature which makes it hard for them to breathe and leaves them susceptible to upper respiratory infections. Purchased for their beauty and status as a "rich person's cat", but then neglected because they require so much work. We get yet another Persian in horrible...
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May 12th 05 02:36 PM
by Magic Mood Jeep© Go to last post
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Child gate that lets a cat through? by Elijah
We just installed a wooden swinging gate at the top of our stairs so our toddler doesn't roll down. Problem is the cat can't get over it. Are there gates that cats can get through but kids can't? Any suggestions on how to find one or engineer the one we have?
February 26th 07 10:26 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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Innova Evo by Lynne
I'm returning my 22 remaining cans of Evo. I just got confirmation that it was manufactured at a Menu Foods plant. The risk, however small, of cross contamination in the processing equipment is too great a risk with my boys. I've requested that Natura Pet Products (who makes Innova) refund the...
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March 28th 07 01:52 PM
by kraut Go to last post
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How to Fend off Arterial Problems by Bail avis
The circulatory system of our body comprises of numerous parts and hence it is one of the most complex systems. The main component of the circulatory system is the heart, which is responsible for pumping blood to all parts of the body. To assist the heart with the pumping and transportation of...
April 12th 11 07:37 AM
by Bail avis Go to last post
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Do new cats NEED to fight the residents? by Brian Link
I'm getting some conflicting info from googling this whole "introducing a new cat" thing. There is a viewpoint out there that a new male, in particular, will need to rassle with the current residents in order to establish the new hierarchy. Henry mostly watches the other cats, but he will...
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July 21st 04 06:21 AM
by Marek Williams Go to last post
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15th Century Cats: Inky Paw Prints by Mack A. Damia
http://twentytwowords.com/2013/02/19/ancient-book-found-with-inky-cat-prints-across-the-page/ --
February 21st 13 05:39 PM
by Mack A. Damia Go to last post
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Help please: how do I make two cats coexist? (LONG) by Jocelyn Lavin
You'll notice I didn't say "introduce a second cat", for which there are any number of sites giving hints... My current problem is one that has crept up on me unawares - if I had been *planning* to introduce a second cat, I'd have done it the sensible way. But it's too late for that. The situation...
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December 31st 03 03:48 AM
by Luvskats00 Go to last post
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Unfriendly Kitty :( by Fleemo
Our new kitty is about 12 weeks old now. We've had him about a month. When we first got him, he was sweet and loveable and would come and sit in my lap. That lasted about a week. Now he's completely stand-offish, and runs and hides whenever I approach. If I ever do get to pick him up, he squirms...
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June 19th 04 03:48 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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A poem by Bill Graham
From a cat........ When humans die, they make a will To leave their homes, and all they Have to those they love. I too would make a will, if I could write. To some poor, wistful, lonely stray I'd leave my happy home, My dish, my cozy bed, my cushioned chair, my toy, The well-loved lap,
July 3rd 10 03:28 AM
by Patok[_2_] Go to last post
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Our seal Tabby Point Birman has a skin problem by [email protected]
I bought a seal tabby point Birman 3year old queen from a breeder recently,on the active breeding list with the intention to breed from her...But since bringing her home we have found that she has started developing little patches of what looks like eczma,all over her body.I tried to find out what...
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November 7th 06 12:02 AM
by meeee Go to last post
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Abbey's ultrasound/no good news by Candace
Abbey just got back from her ultrasound (echocardiogram). She has no heart problems; we were hoping she would have heart disease that could be treated. Her lungs are badly scarred from the chyle, which we knew. She has a mass of about 1" x 3/4" that they cannot tell if it's a tumor at the base of...
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June 17th 05 05:27 AM
by Rhonda Go to last post
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PROBLEM WITH NEIGHBOR by Andrew Brown
My neighbors cat has been coming to visit me for 5 years. Recently she had a bad case of untreated fleas and flea allergy that was resolved only when, eventually, he agreed to my taking her to the vets. Since then (except for the first day afterwards) he has not allowed her out. He is out for 8...
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October 12th 04 09:31 PM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Indoor cat figured out doggie door by Tom Meter
Hi. My wife has lost two cats in the last few years that just ran away and never returned. So she is really concerned that our current indoor cat Brittney will flee now that she has gone out the doggie door a couple of times. We are currently locking the doggie door while she has full reign of the...
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April 17th 04 03:13 PM
by rumer Go to last post
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Skinny cat by Ollie Burger
Hi Group, As many of you know, I have 11 indoor cats, well, 10 now. Old Buster (a beautiful tuxedo male) passed away last weekend. He went in for a checkup (he was 16) last Friday, since I noticed he was eating less and had diarrhea. His blood work was normal and his kidneys were functioning fine...
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September 29th 03 07:02 PM
by Ollie Burger Go to last post
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Why do cats lick each other? by stonej
My cats like to lick each other around the ears, head and neck. Why do cats do that? It is a sign of affection for each other or some instinct thing?
March 26th 07 12:46 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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tail quivering by Sheryl Barber
My cat has an interesting tail quiver. It is not the usual twitch or tail slap on the floor. She actually makes it quiver very rapidly while it is raised straight in the air. I have never noticed any of my other cats exhibiting this behavior. Anyone familiar with this behavior and what it means?
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August 4th 03 02:13 AM
by Liz Go to last post
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PING: Trish by Cheryl
If you and yours are digging up stuff on me, can I assume that you're going to drag up a flamewar with a deranged bitch in alt.music.ozzy? Be sure that your references include how she told me it was my fault that my son died in a car crash. Something about "karma". Be sure to tell that. Anything...
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August 6th 05 12:58 AM
by Joske Go to last post
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Key-Gaskell Syndrome by miss_blue39
4years ago we lost our cat to a horrible disease called key-Gaskell syndrome. It was really rare and hardly any information out there. We have set up a Facebook page - Key-Gaskell Syndrome. Please read our story and like the page. You are not liking the disease, you are liking the information. If...
June 5th 12 10:12 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Cardiomyopathy by Larry Osborne
Anybody have any cats with cardiomyopathy and how does one cope? Management of the disease, etc. I got a call the other day from Peepers Vet. Gabrielle Herman (the usual vet) had gone over the examination at his annual examination this year and noticed that a heart murmur that has been present...
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December 6th 03 04:26 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Cat coughs and a slug appears? by [email protected]
Weathermoon wrote: I was wondering if any one else has had an indoor outdoor cat that has sneezed violently 5-8 times, coughed and out appears a slug like creature. Did he eat a slug? (Knowing Rikki, he probably did). Or, Was it still moving? I once had a shaded...
July 16th 03 02:12 PM
by DB Go to last post
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