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Getting cat to use scratching post? by [email protected]
I'm the one who has considered bringing in a stray, and did not want to declaw her. Before I commit to letting her in full time, I've been letting her in for short periods (an hour or so), supervised. I bought a sisal scratching post, and one of those cardboard horizontal scratching pads. When...
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November 24th 03 08:10 AM
by Marek Williams Go to last post
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NEW MEXICO Rabies Waivers Action Alert by Kris L. Christine
NEW MEXICO--Rabies Medical Exemptions, Urgent Action Alert: In order to get a rabies medical exemption bill filed this session, legislators must hear from the public in force. What You Can Do to Help Please find your legislators' contact information here...
February 20th 11 01:58 AM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Digging holes by name
My nine year old female cat (spayed) constantly digs holes in my lawn but almost never excretes. I took her to the vet and she said there was no evidence of a problem. We treated her anyway with antibiotics just in case she had a urinary infection. Should I be concerned? J. Huff
November 16th 05 09:38 AM
by whitershadeofpale Go to last post
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Ping: Phil. Kenzie by Gandalf
"Phil P." wrote in message ... "Gandalf" wrote in message ... Kenzie, my 14 year old Calico cat, has been on Clavomox (ammoxicillin) since the...
March 12th 10 10:40 AM
by Gandalf Go to last post
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cat proof toilet paper holder? by Joe Pitt
Someone told me they saw a toilet paper holder with a cover in a catalog 'somewhere'. Anyone seen this. I have a couple that won't leave it alone and another is trying to get it off the shelf I'm currently storing it on. I tried turning so it won't roll out and then she gets so frustrated...
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January 8th 04 01:49 PM
by Ted Davis Go to last post
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Do cats have a high pain tolerance by Al Kondo
I have two 7 month old cats who are health and very active. Sometimes when they chase themselves around the house, they sometimes bump themselves on a chair or table leg with a resounding "thunk". Yet, they don't even seem to break stride. If I were to engage a piece of furniture with the same...
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March 13th 04 01:05 AM
by Marek Williams Go to last post
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My Cat Won't Enter Half the House by gamincat
I have an adopted female 3 year old cat, Mandy, that I have owned since Jan.. 1st of 2012. She reportedly was an outdoor, feral cat (her ear is notched) but is very socialized to people - very sweet. They told me she would be shy to explore the house and to let her take her time. So it has been 8...
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October 10th 12 09:16 PM
by gamincat Go to last post
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more about interferon side effects by calvin
Please see this link: http://www.petplace.com/drug-library/interferon-roferon-a/page1.aspx Here it lists liver damage and nervous system damage, in addition to other side effects mentioned in the previous thread, such as loss of appetite and throwing up, as possible side effects. My vet saw the...
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June 30th 09 10:09 PM
by calvin Go to last post
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Other alternatives to Hills prescription s/d? by Phil
Our female cat recently had emergency cystotomy surgery for bladder stones or crystals. The crystals were evidently of the Struvite variety and Hills prescription s/d was recommended. We have both cans and dry food of this variety. Here is our problem. We have two other adult cats besides Ripley,...
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March 14th 05 11:44 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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Astroturf mats by John Doe
Years ago, the local megastore had three or four different types, but unfortunately they have stopped selling any of them here. Astroturf doormats work great for the cat litter box area. They work great for cat sleeping mats too, with some cover like a towel, because they are breezy and...
April 6th 10 07:58 PM
by Christine BA[_3_] Go to last post
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Declawing etc Illegal in Rome by PawsForThought
Rules aimed at protecting animals' rights are praised by activists, but can the city really enforce them? By Tracy Wilkinson Times Staff Writer November 9, 2005 ROME * In the greater animal kingdom, the plight of the little
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November 24th 05 11:59 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Can Canaural Ear Drops be used to treat inflamed / infected chin? by Cat Guy
The ingredients in Canaural Ear Drops seems ideal for most types of skin irritations like moderate to severe chin acne in cats. Does anyone know any reason why it can't or should be used for such a purpose? Diethanolamine Fusidate 5 mg Framycetin Sulphate 5 mg Nystatin 100,000...
June 19th 11 05:11 PM
by MaryL[_2_] Go to last post
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Article: Cat who put owner in hospital from bite wounds to be destroyed. by kaeli
From http://www.omaha.com/index.php?u_np=0&u_pg=1636&u_sid=1087959 ------------------------------------------------------------------ Michael Kelly: Cat puts owner in 'horror movie' BY MICHAEL KELLY WORLD-HERALD COLUMNIST A 4-year-old cat attacked its terrified owner in Omaha last weekend,
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May 17th 04 02:26 PM
by kaeli Go to last post
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Fundraiser - PLEASE HELP - My cat needs surgery by Jacqui Watz
The tips of Harley's ears are being destroyed by skin cancers, and we've been told he will need surgery to remove the affected parts. Early last year our other cat, Kitty, was diagnosed with stomach cancer. She needed surgery but sadly, she died shortly after. The vet bill we received was just...
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March 18th 15 10:14 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Cat Claw Ripped Out by Bgarland2011
Is there anything that can be done for a cat that has ripped out one of his front claws? My cat seems to have ripped out one of the claws on his front left paw. Until last night he had seemed fine even after this happened. He wasn't limping, was still very playful, and still continued to jump...
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August 21st 06 05:01 PM
by yngver Go to last post
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looking for a new litter by Elizabeth Blake
Hi, I've been using World's Best Catter Litter for several years. The litter works great, but I've finally become fed up with the tracking & the dust. I have two cats, one male and one female. I have a one bedroom apartment, and every room has litter in it. The jump out of the box and decide...
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July 15th 03 07:10 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Unbelievable price for litter by John Doe[_2_]
http://www.chewy.com/tidy-cats-scoop-247-performance/dp/105877 A 40 pound box of Tidy Cats litter with free shipping for $11 (US). They have got to be kidding. It's been unbelievably low before, but that's just ridiculous. There is no way on Earth they can make a profit. So what are they doing?
July 24th 16 06:54 AM
by John Doe[_2_] Go to last post
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"Science Diet" Hairball Control Sensitivity by Alaininsd
Hello All! We've got two tabbies, Spirit and Angel, each is about 3 years of age. They both eat the same food but Angel has an on-again, off-again sensitivity to the above food. Sometimes she'll go two weeks without vomiting, another time it's twice a day! It always comes up yellow...so we presume...
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October 26th 03 03:42 PM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Birman genetic problems by Liz
Does anyone know anything about arrythmyogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy in Birmans? This is a rare genetic heart disease which is always fatal, and my seal-point Birman is presently dying from it at 11 1/2 years. He belongs to the old Birman gene pool in the UK and Europe which in the...
November 2nd 04 07:01 PM
by Yngver Go to last post
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Question about cat coughing spasms by Cat Guy
I've got a couple of cats that exhibit the same occasional fits of coughing spasms. I would describe these spasms as follows: Initial onset is rapid, shallow coughs, pretty much identical to the prelude to throwing up a hairball. Two or three coughs or convulsions per second for about 5 to 10...
February 10th 09 01:11 PM
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