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We finally got rid of Nika's fungus and have just brought a new kitten into the house. Our vet (who gave us the cat and a great deal on the eventual neuter operation) told us that with two cats we won't need cable. You can just watch them. So far all that's happening is the kitten won't come out of...
July 1st 05 05:32 AM
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Is dry cat food good enough, or do they need canned food too? by Lewis Lang
Hi. Is dry cat food good enough, or do they need canned food too? I don't mean the cheap dry food. I mean Science Diet or Iams. Thanks. Lewis Lang
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February 13th 05 02:58 AM
by Jean B. Go to last post
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do cats need to get teeth pulled? by miko
i have a 3 year old cat and the vet said he needs 7 teeth pulled,,under general anesthesia. i am not comfortable with vets putting pets under. i have lost two cats after leaving them at a vet hospital. the vet gave me the standard line "poor teeth ache like humans". well i believe animals in the...
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December 9th 07 08:02 PM
by Sheelagh>\o\ Go to last post
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My cat really is a bully by Justin L
It's not just my other cat Elwood either! I brought Jake with me over to the parents for Father's day. Well the parents have 3 dogs, and Jake knocked the snot out of all of them!! They tried to give him guff, but he gave them a might growl, and boxed them into next week. He was even chasing them...
June 20th 05 05:33 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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New Member by Paul
Hello Everyone, First My condolences to the one whos kitty passed away. I stumbled onto this group while I was looking for pictures, similar to my newly adopted Persian. I figure shes a tortie/tabie point Persian/Himalayan,???!!? "say that 5 times" in short, I have no clue what type or class,...
February 15th 07 07:49 PM
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Mirco Chiping a cat by Rebel Rouser
Is there a certain brand of chip that is best ? Has anyone had any problems or good results from getting their cat chiped ? Thank You very much, Michael Lane " Life ain't easy, when your fat & greasy "
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April 15th 10 09:01 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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"blacklights" found in pet stores, don't work for me by Mark_Galeck
Hi, one of my 2 kitties is peeing on my bed sometimes. He isn't ill, just nervous kind of guy. It's OK, I use tarp under the sheets and wash the sheets. I want to make sure he doesn't do that elsewhere, on carpets. So I bought the "blacklight/UV" light found in pet stores. It does not seem to...
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October 2nd 07 09:08 PM
by DougD 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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Dry Diet Food for Senior Cats by RHPT
I realize this is truly subjective, but what would some of you recommend as far as dry diet cat food for two senior (they're both 8-years-old) inactive, (slightly) overweight cats? The cats have been eating Science Diet R/D for some years, but the Vet says it is now OK to take them off, as long as...
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August 5th 06 12:53 AM
by Petzl 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
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5 Attachment(s) Scottie's vet called by Candace
He called around 6pm our time. The girl at his office said he'd be there at 5 after his seminar. I wasn't here. It's all on my answering machine tape. He said it's entirely possible that it happened as I said. He said he didn't know about doxycycline causing it. He read the articles I gave...
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March 14th 06 04:50 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Will my cats recover from the trauma of a long flight (again)? by No More Retail
Gary if you have time before you leave take the pet carriers place them in a main area door open let the cats get used to them for a day or two put some catnip in them put treats in them then once they start going in them put their food in them the cats will get used to them again. I leave...
November 22nd 05 10:40 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Your Daughters Boyfriend by James Marz
What would you do if your daughters boyfriend did this to your cats? This was taken from an article by Amber Hunt Martin. start article It wasn't just that Edward Baker allegedly bashed the cat in the face. Or that he chased it around the blood-spattered laundry room. Or that
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May 15th 04 05:48 AM
by Calculon Go to last post
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A warning before you euthanize your cat. (sorry--it is long) by AJ
Hi My first time posting here, but I need to say something that might prevent others from having the sad experience I had yesterday regarding our wonderful cat, Merlin. My husband and I took our beloved 18 year old Merlin to our vet yesterday to be euthanized because his body had just finally...
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February 11th 04 05:06 AM
by Karen M. Go to last post
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Science Diet C/D versus Waltham Royal Canin SO by Mrschief44
My Hannah has had urinary problems since the day we adopted her, the Vet had her on Science Diet SD for 75 days with urine checks during that time, she had struvite crystals now after this last urine test he said everything looks good so he put her on Science diet C/D for life. A friend of mine...
December 20th 04 01:31 AM
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Am I feeding enough? by ---MIKE---
Amber is a good sized cat and is a bit plump. Tiger is gigantic (possible Maine Coon). He weighed in at 25 pounds at his last vet visit in June. The vet said he should lose some weight. I am feeding one 5.5 ounce can of Wellness for the two cats in the morning and again in the late afternoon. ...
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November 28th 04 07:08 AM
by GAUBSTER2 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 01:06 AM
by William Graham Go to last post
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Soy milk & rice milk okay? by [email protected]
On Sunday, 16 June 2002 08:49:13 UTC+2, wrote: Is it okay to give my cat occasional (weekly) treats of soy milk or rice milk? He really craves it when I use it on my cereal. I wouldn't hesitate except that he is prone to FLUTD, but has not had a blockage in over a...
December 13th 13 04:33 PM
by buglady[_2_] Go to last post
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Man accused of killing cat, hanging its head on a tree by Andy
Man accused of killing cat, hanging its head on a tree January 13, 2006, 9:42 AM EST MILAN, N.Y. (AP) _ A Hudson Valley man was accused of shooting his cat, chopping off its head and hanging the severed head from a tree after the animal urinated on a carpet. Robert See, 30, of the rural Dutchess...
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January 17th 06 12:21 PM
by RobZip Go to last post
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cat's urine sample by andr0meda
Xena is still on antibiotics and prescription diet. For another two weeks, after her second urine sample showed less crystals, but still crystals in there. I have learned a few things but getting a urine sample. I am ready to share my knowledge about catching a sample. Would anyone want to know,...
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December 19th 03 11:18 AM
by ~*SooZy*~ Go to last post
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