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Need stray cat advice by Silvia
I have a stray cat I have been feeding for over a year. She has come a long way and has started to interact with me. But I need some advice on what to do next. We are moving this month and I have made plans to take her with us to the new house. My question is she is always sitting outside and when...
August 8th 03 05:26 AM
by Mr B Go to last post
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Godfrey's first sponorship by bewtifulfreak
"Mogie" wrote in message ... The four ads we sponsored in memory of Godfrey came out today along with the rest. Here is a link to check them out. http://www.newsreview.info/apps/pbcs.dll/section?Category=FURRYTAIL This...
August 7th 03 11:11 PM
by Mogie Go to last post
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OCD Cat? by LeeAnne
I'm wondering what strange behavior(s) your cat(s) may have. I mean besides the general run of the mill things that cats do all the time (like the sudden decision that they just *have* to be in the next room, right *NOW* and zooooom off they go). Here are a couple odd ones I am submitting on...
August 6th 03 07:04 AM
by Joyce & Rick Go to last post
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Little Presents by Bill Henderson
Hi I am not a cat lover. I like having it about the place but it is a cat and only a cat. I got the cat from a cat shelter to help deal with my mouse infestation. Great success - no more mice. The cat is shy and is uncomfortable with strangers. It is, however, comfortable with me. The problem is...
August 5th 03 10:57 PM
by Judy Go to last post
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Yet Another Indoor-Only-Cat Reason by LeeAnne
(I snipped this from another newsgroup and thought it fitting to post here) Snipped form spokekesman-review.com Family of burned cat spots him on news, hopes for his survival Max had been missing before boy recognized him; woman hopes attackers are punished. The Womacks wondered where Max the...
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August 4th 03 02:14 PM
by Bob Brenchley. Go to last post
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Rescue, when to take off flea collars? by Joe
(Nadine) wrote: Joe wrote: After bringing the new cat indoors, I put flea collars on both, the resident cat and the street cat. About how long should I leave the collars on both? I guess what I am asking for is the time it takes for the collar to kill current fleas...
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August 4th 03 01:25 PM
by Bob Brenchley. Go to last post
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You CAN declaw with Love by Jolene Yates
She is a year old. She started I'm sure before my fiance (now husband) got her. She didn't scratch the carpet or the furniture. Only people. It's difficult for me to assume that she is a bad kitty. She is always so good otherwise. Since the only other problem we ever had with her is that...
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August 1st 03 02:56 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Being a Considerate Cat Owner by Sylvia M.
Some people have used moth-ball flakes around the forbidden area, but if it were me, I would check first with my vet. Sylvia "bewtifulfreak" wrote in message ... Anyone have suggestions for keeping your...
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July 31st 03 01:39 AM
by Dee Go to last post
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Keeping Cats Out of Our Yard by K-Man
The short version: is there a way to keep our neighbors cats out of our yard and away from our bird feeders? The long version: We have always kept our cats indoors, but our next door neighbor doesn't share that philosophy. We have a number of bird and critter feeders in our front yard which her...
July 29th 03 12:01 PM
by bewtifulfreak Go to last post
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wet and dry food by turn man
my cat is around 3 and I just adopted her, she loves wet food but will not eat dry food. We have been mixing both in the cat's dish, wil she ever eat dry food?
July 28th 03 05:53 PM
by Bob Brenchley. Go to last post
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How about a challenge??????????? by JHBennett
Sorry if this is a repeat. My first attenpt at posting didn't show. Naturally, that means it will show up when this one does. --JB OK, cat people, I ... well actually we, i.e. Mother, the cats, and I, need some guidance from the best cat thinkers on the planet. I somehow feel this is the moment...
July 28th 03 01:55 PM
by *~*SooZy*~* Go to last post
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Warning for flea Product! by Gubes
Hartz Flea & Tick Products - Dangerous for Pets I just recently found out that Hartz flea drops are causing skin burns, loss of appetite, listlessness, panting, drooling, vomiting, foaming at the mouth, severe seizures and in some cases death to animals! How many have to die because the public is...
July 26th 03 10:58 PM
by Jocelyn Go to last post
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What to do with cat? by moonglow minnow
R&SB howled at the moon, then scrawled thusly upon the aether: We are moving out of state (health reasons) and are at a loss what to do with our cat. She is an outdoors cat, never strays more than a short distance from the front porch where she lives (has a nice cat house). We live in...
July 26th 03 01:24 AM
by Mogie Go to last post
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Pregnancy and Heat by *~*SooZy*~*
"No One But Me" wrote in message ... how pregnant is she? when is she due? maybe its time to prepare for her delivery. "DeAnna" wrote in message ... Is it...
July 25th 03 09:17 PM
by DeAnna Go to last post
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Happy the cat by Karen Chuplis
They are very nice pictures. "AVP" wrote in message ... Sorry if this is not allowed in your forum but I just wanted to introduce the photo - I think I did a good job! Thanks - it is of my cat!
July 25th 03 07:07 PM
by bewtifulfreak Go to last post
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Never use any Hartz on cats by NEMESIS1IM
Have heard that Hartz flea products like the collars, shampoo and that , could be very toxic to cats. Rubbish. Hartz products are perfectly safe is used according to the manufacturer's instruction. -- Bob.
July 25th 03 04:53 PM
by ParrotRob Go to last post
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need pics of ringworm by DeAnna
Hold a 'blacklight' up to the area. Many (BUT NOT ALL) strains of ringworm 'fluoresce (glow) under the blacklight. Any areas 'denuded' of fur should be suspect. Ringworm is not a worm at all, but a fungus that tends to grow in round patches. (Hence the misnomer). Good luck. It IS contagious to...
July 24th 03 05:29 PM
by No One But Me Go to last post
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A Cat's Bedtime Prayer by Anony-mouse
I just stumbled across this, but I've no idea who wrote it ... A Cat's Bedtime Prayer ---------------------- Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray this cushy life to keep. I pray for toys that look like mice, And some cushions, soft and nice.
July 24th 03 10:47 AM
by Suzie-Q Go to last post
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Baby gate and cat? by Hans
ParrotRob wrote: I assume you're talking about the ones that are like 30-36" tall? (under a meter, if you prefer). If you are, I've got several of them in my house to keep the dog out of certain rooms and the cats get over them just fine. We're also in the same situation - our 7 month old...
July 21st 03 08:51 PM
by LeeAnne Go to last post
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How many nipples on a female cat? by Pete
anyone know how many nipples female domestic cat has?
July 21st 03 03:44 PM
by LeeAnne Go to last post
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