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Getting ready for a new aby kitten in Chicago-advice on vets and preparations needed by kaeli
In article , enlightened us with... I have put down a deposit on a new aby and she will be ready to pick up in late August. Does anyone have an aby kitten? I have had Siamese cats before. Should I get toys for climbing? I...
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August 11th 03 04:38 AM
by Karen Chuplis Go to last post
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Sudden loss of mobility in front legs by turner.nigel
Hi, My cat had a sudden loss of mobility in both front paws. Our Vet says it is not a clot as she still has partial use of both paws and pulls away when you pinch her toes. She seems to have problems moving her legs toward her head. They seem to want to go towards her hind legs which makes her...
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December 31st 05 10:36 PM
by meumar Go to last post
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HELP PLEASE: fever reducer for cats? by Candace
My cat, Scottie, is in his 10th day of fever of unknown origin despite antibiotics, first polyflex, then doxycycline added, now baytril and doxycycline, polyflex discontinued. He has been hospitalized for a week today, on IV fluids and tube feedings. His temp goes up and down. All bloodwork and...
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February 16th 06 06:32 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Houston Humane Society is advertising front paw declawing!! by MaryL
This is disgusting! I wrote a few days ago to defend some of the HSUS practices, but this is absolutely revolting. Read what the Houston Humane Society (note: Houston, not the national HSUS) is advertising as a "Valentine's Day special" for cats (free neutering accompanied by a *reduced rate...
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March 19th 07 02:10 AM
by Nicolaas Hawkins Go to last post
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Cat Cremation Urns by Margarita Salt
For the past couple of years I have been trying to find a nice, elegant urn for Kami's cremated remains when she goes. What I have found is either dull, cheesy, or too cutsie. There was one porcelain urn that I liked, but it's $277. The first time I saw it, it was $165--maybe I should have...
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September 3rd 14 03:14 PM
by hkschumaker Go to last post
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splay legs in 3 week old kitten by Mariaricardo
I hope there is someone out there who has had some experience (hopefully successfully), with splay legs in kittens. One of a litter of four born three weeks ago has hind legs that go out to the side, like a frog. He is able to walk and lift his abdomen up from the carpet, but his legs are weak. ...
February 5th 05 06:23 AM
by Mariaricardo Go to last post
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Kidney Stones Maine Coon Cat by Phil P.
"Chris" wrote in message ... Hello, We have a 4 year old Maine Coon Male Cat (Sebastian) that was just recently diagnosed with kidney stones. First a little history. I got Sebastian from someone at a local flea...
July 12th 03 05:46 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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IAMS vs Whiskas? by Suzie-Q[_3_]
In article , Lord_Alex wrote: Hello all, I'm new to the group and somewhat new to raising cats (I had cats as a kid 10 years ago). At the end of April I decided my house was too empty, so I went...
July 16th 11 07:14 AM
by Sylvia M[_3_] Go to last post
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feed Nutro? by Tamara
Thanks for your inquiry about taurine and cardiomyopathy (DCM). Taurine is essential for a healthy heart and Nutro is on the forefront of current taurine research. The Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) recently published the results of a UC Davis study begun in 1997...
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November 19th 03 01:57 AM
by Steve G Go to last post
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Is Tiki Cat cat food good quality??? by Docberk
My wife and I adopted two 12 week old kittens about a month ago. Initially, they were on MaxCat at the no-kill shelter where we got them. When we were shopping for supplies, a woman who owns a mom and pop pet store told us abotu Tiki Cat and how wonderful it is. We gave them a few cans and it was...
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August 13th 09 02:28 AM
by cyberpurrs Go to last post
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Cooking for cats with diarrhea by Bohgosity BumaskiL
170 mL London Drugs Tuna 2 Eggs 5 mL Wasabi Powder 5 mL Paprika 700 W microwave oven Mix well. Microwave on high for three minutes. Mix again. Microwave on high for another minute. Serve hot. -------
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January 27th 13 05:08 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Frequent, Watery Vomiting by MaryL.
My cat for a few days now has been vomiting a few times a day, and of course manages to always get it onto furniture, rugs, etc, even though most of the house is wood floors....argh! On a more serious note, though, the vomit is not "regular" vomiting...he usually produces a little pool of watery...
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March 25th 04 10:01 AM
by IBen Getiner Go to last post
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Feline Breast Cancer (Post-surgery) by KLopez
Does anyone have experience with low white blood cell counts and chemotherapy? Did WBC fall then rise? Do you think chemotherapy was worth it (health and happiness of the cat, financial and emotional for you)? So, our 5 year old spayed female has breast cancer. In July she had a radical mastectomy...
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November 2nd 15 07:45 AM
by gamincat[_2_] Go to last post
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Science Diet question... by Joe Canuck
Okay, this has just come to my attention. Can anyone explain why there is a discrepancy between the ingredient list on the bag and the ingredient list on the website for Science Diet Adult Chicken & Rice Recipe? From the Hill's website: Ingredients Chicken, brewers rice, corn gluten meal, chicken...
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December 12th 03 01:30 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Pro-Plan versus Fancy Feast by cindys
Alex was recently off his food for a couple of days, so my vet suggested that I try (canned) Pro-Plan (for the sake of its ostensible palatability), which I did. He seemed to like a few of the flavors. However, in looking at the labels, it lists by-products amongst the first four ingredients of...
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July 4th 07 07:41 AM
by cookie Go to last post
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The meat industry by Barb
This mad cow scare comes just about a couple weeks after the greedy meat industry jacked its prices sky high and I heard a lot of complaints while shopping in the supermarket. Why would they have bought cows from Canada where they had an outbreak of the disease? -- Barb I can only please one...
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January 5th 04 09:59 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Ping Phil: Second Echo results for HCM by yngver
We just had our six month follow up echo for our cat who was diagnosed with very mild HCM in May. I'm having trouble understanding the results and I hope you can shed some light while I wait to hear back from the cardiologist to clarify. Our cat was diagnosed with mild HCM with mild LV outflow...
December 24th 07 12:44 PM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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decapitated squirrel by honeybunch
This happened today and it upset me and my son who was visiting. The cat was outside. We went out and found a headless squirrel in the garden. I do have a peculiar neighbor but he has never done anything his weird. I really dont believe my small cat caught a squirel by the head, bit the head...
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October 25th 08 05:06 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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The stigma of owning a cat. by David McCracken
Hi everyone: I haven't posted in this forum in a long while, but have always found it full of great people with much knowledge and love for cats. So I immediately thought of this newsgroup when I wanted to share this perspective about cat ownership. One of my two 10-year-old cats suddenly...
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August 8th 14 04:27 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Feeling Good... by Dee
All in all, things are going pretty well around here! I'm working on my donations pick-ups for alley cat rescue at work, have managed to work in a little raw chicken liver into all the cat's (well...maybe not Misty's!) canned foods, and, amagingly enough, h0p is doing much better! I thought I saw...
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July 1st 03 02:53 PM
by David S. Go to last post
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