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Tomato sauce with enough cheez. by Bohgosity BumaskiL
You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk. Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea -- seems to me that cats get...
February 18th 12 11:07 AM
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nice little cat quote by sosessyithurts
"I simply can't resist a cat, particularly a purring one. They are the cleanest, cunningest, and most intelligent things I know, outside of the girl you love, of course". - quoted in Abroad with Mark Twain and Eugene Field, Fisher -- http://www.twainquotes.com/Cats.html It's a cool web page,...
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September 12th 06 01:05 AM
by meeee Go to last post
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My cat chirps at birds by Adam Helberg
My cat Freddy has an unusual behavior I've not seen in other cats and was wondering if others have seen. When he hears a bird singing he sits looking up and makes a chirping sound with his lower jaw vibrating and his tail sweeping from side to side. It's very bizarre. Has anyone else seen a cat do...
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September 17th 05 08:46 PM
by Jim Vecchiola Go to last post
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Littermaid auto-tray: suitable for kittens? by Tales of Orpheus
Hello, I would be grateful if people could give me some advice. 1. I am shortly to adopt a couple of kittens and would like to allow them and me the luxury of a Littermaid ("self-cleaning" tray operated by an electric eye). However, maybe the Littermaid is too deep for a kitten to get in and...
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November 12th 04 01:22 PM
by Tales of Orpheus Go to last post
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Giving cat medicine by SexyGirl
Hello, My cat was just put on heart medication and I attempted to give it to her this morning. She is not big on treats so putting it in cheese or bologna wouldn't work and she spit it out when I tried to pill her. I really stressed her out which is something the vet said shouldn't be done. Any...
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September 16th 03 08:48 AM
by db501 Go to last post
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Frustrated about yet more stinky feet by Cheryl
Rhett has had a history of getting infections on his paws, though for varying reasons. Several times the vet diagnosed an allergic reaction (yes, another with allergies!! :( The last time she said one of his paws looked burned, but if it was a burn, it could only be carpet burn. He tears...
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February 23rd 07 11:53 AM
by Barry Go to last post
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Those frayed wires...bitter apple by Bohgosity BumaskiL
A long time ago, my cat told me most of what she can understand of my words. There iz "yaaah", two syllables that rise in tone, and there's "noooh", which drops in tone. She said them together one day. In most cases, while she iz doing something, I...
February 18th 12 10:52 AM
by mickrio Go to last post
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Help Introducing New Cats by Talker
We have a foundling we have had for about four years. She was always an inside / outside cat. She came in at night, but spent most days out. We lived in a low traffic area on woods, so she had plenty of playground. Four months ago, we had to transfer to another city where unfortunatly, we...
March 31st 11 07:40 AM
by Kelly Greene[_4_] Go to last post
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Cat brought strange creature home by Baldoni[_6_]
I have 3 cats but a few months ago one of them came home with this creature he had picked up. He did not kill it but the 3 of them were chasing it around but neither of them would harm it. It managed to get under the furniture and so I was able to catch it. It had been making a squeaking...
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January 19th 08 12:06 AM
by William Graham Go to last post
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self-injury update by Lynne
Rudy's chin is not infected, it just looks worse than it is because of the acne. The vet said to keep using the betadine and it should heal fine. Phil, thanks for the reminder to dilute it and for the suggestion to use a Qtip. He's getting used to the routine and not trying as hard to wash it...
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February 1st 07 03:07 PM
by Rene S. Go to last post
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spinal cord cancer and tumor by Brenton w Durna
My 10 year old cat was diagnosed with a tumor on his spinal cord today between his neck and between his shoulder blade affecting about 5 vertebrae he had a M.R.I. and a spinal tap. the spinal tap revealed the cancer had spread into the spinal cord and spinal fluid. My vet said there wasn't much...
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October 25th 03 02:51 AM
by MacCandace Go to last post
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Disposing of cat poop by svu geek
Where is the best place to dispose of cat poop and cat litter? Should it be put in the trash? Or should it be dumped in a pile in the backyard? I'm more concerned about the environmental stuff more than anything else. Personally, I'd rather just throw it in the trash. But if dumping it in the...
July 5th 06 12:54 PM
by jmc Go to last post
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New cat question & weight question by ElvisRocks
Hi all. I am finally getting a new cat on Sunday from a shelter. I took my Randi to the vet for shots yesterday. They said he is too fat - 15.75 lbs! And that he has a very slight heart murmur, which is more reason to make him lose some weight. It was hard when Elvis was here to distinguish who...
April 1st 05 08:22 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Two cats is better? by trents32
We are considering getting a cat. Will a cat be happier with companionship of 2nd cat. Is there an issue getting two cats? Does it matter if they both male or female or a mix when both are nuetered and spayed? We lost our cat and to have enough cats for everyone in family to share I thought 2 cats...
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May 24th 04 06:10 PM
by Calculon Go to last post
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RIP Dear Pinky (1990-2006) - long by -L.
Pinky was a stripey orange cat that showed up on my back porch one snowy winter afternoon in December of 1990. He was a young cat - maybe 10-11 months old - strong boned and quite large - and quite hungry. He was gorgeous - true cream-orange with deeper orange stripes, a little lighter on the...
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August 1st 06 06:37 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Antifreeze by BigDaDDY
I noticed our cat has been drinking anti-freeze off the garage floor and seems to like it. I can't imagine this is healthy, but is there something you can give it to clean it out of their system?
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February 28th 04 01:08 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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How to know if cat is in pain by Nightstar
Is there any way to know if a cat is in pain? Are there any "typical" signs? Besides CRF, my beloved Pop has bladder cancer. He behaves like his normal self except for urinating very often and, recently, leaking urine while asleep. He is on Piroxicam, Zeniquin, and Transfer Factor, a new supplement...
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July 10th 04 04:57 AM
by Camilla Cracchiolo Go to last post
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IAMS CAT FOOD ? by kelly
If you buy dog or cat food from the Iams Pet Food Company, you need to visit a website iamscruelty.com. Apparently, Iams keeps cats and dogs to TEST their foods on before it goes to market. I had no idea pet food manufacturers used animals to make a better food - but some do! Iams keeps cats and...
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July 21st 04 09:31 PM
by Ray Ban Go to last post
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Cat likes to make noise when I'm trying to fall asleep by Mark Healey
This had been happening for a while then stopped now he is doing it again. When I'm trying to go to sleep the cat starts to scratch on a cabinet in my bedroom like when they want you to open a door. There is nothing in the cabinet, consequently nothing to interest him. He only does this when I'm...
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July 7th 04 05:28 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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cage rest and food question by veronicka
Hope I'm in the right place to be asking this question. Have just been through a harrowing 24 hours with my cat to the emergency vet in the middle of the night- hit by a car and 3 "clean" fractures to the pelvis. The critical thing was bladder function and she proved that she can "go" after I...
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April 5th 04 06:38 AM
by veronicka Go to last post
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