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kitten will not eat kitten food at all!!! by
we got this new kitten last weekend., she turned her nose up at the dry cat food and the canned, we tried those first because that was what we had handy in the house. Now we bought her purina one kitten formula and she will not touch that either. she sniffs then walks away. Oh but if...
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September 24th 03 12:11 PM
by Bill Reynolds Go to last post
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cat nip addiction by
cat nip addiction, is it possible? My Mozzy will only come in or take notice, if there are cat nip treats to coax him. Is he addicted, just spoilt, or like the misses says, twisting me round his pointy little claw?
November 14th 05 11:07 AM
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Surgery by
I have a 9 year old cat and it underwent surgery on Monday to have a tumor removed from its left flank. It lies down doing nothing, only drinking water. This evening it will be 72 hours of the operation. I'm waiting for the results of the biopsis. The Vet said that it was a huge tumor. I'...
December 16th 05 01:12 AM
by Phil P. Go to last post
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Surgery by
To Gail, Rhonda, Joe Canuck, Phil P. My deepest gratitude for your advices on Paris, my cat,post surgery. I wanted to get the most information about how to take care of him. I should say that the Vet has been very concerned about the cat and myself. He provided me with so much advise as you all...
December 17th 05 09:27 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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my little man cat has a limp by
my little man cat has a limp I had a 'good' look around his pads/ foot/claws/ leg /shoulder, He started limping Friday night and I thought it would get better. I took him to vet first thing today. Vet did what I did, he looked at the pads moved his leg around a bit, flexed the joints, , Mozzy...
December 20th 05 12:32 AM
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i love my kittys by
their better than TV!
December 21st 05 08:00 PM
by mlbriggs Go to last post
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The best cat, ever. by
cool as out yal find... Dec.22 was the 5th anniversary of the loss of "Fission". She was the best cat anyone could ever hope to live with. Smart, well behaved, affectionate, and sexy as a cat could ever be (I often looked at her waving that beautiful tail at me and thought "Damn, I wish I could be...
January 3rd 06 08:55 PM
by mlbriggs Go to last post
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inside/outside cats. by
No trying to troll or wind anyone up. My 'opinion' is, everyone/thing needs a bit of company/interaction with their own species, to be stimulated and healthy. In Uk there are cat communities not consisting purely of feral cats, house cats that meet up at night to play and do cat stuff, my male...
December 28th 05 09:10 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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acetaminophen and cats by
Acetaminophen & Cats All should be aware of the toxicity of acetaminophen in cats: A quick Google search revealed that apparently Acetaminophen is very toxic to cats: "Acetaminaphen, the main ingredient of Tylenol and several other non-aspirin
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November 14th 06 11:37 PM
by Rhonda Go to last post
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Charlie Wilkes the Netcop by
"Charlie Wilkes" wrote in message ... On 19 Sep 2005 22:59:15 -0700, "Howm Grone J" wrote: Go **** yourself charlie. I never hacked your account and you cannot prove it. Someone did,...
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October 4th 05 04:58 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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New cat by
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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Help Kitty Poop...please... by
have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to petmeds and bought laxatone for hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have much hair in them,but i guess what i think is happening now...
November 6th 03 10:06 PM
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Removing cat pee from papers by
hope that's not on your cigarette papers! Yuck
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August 18th 04 03:25 AM
by formerly known as 'cat arranger' Go to last post
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finally! by
I don't want to be rude but your poor kitty won't know the difference and will be confused. Be consistent either let them near your food, or don't.
August 15th 04 10:53 AM
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ringworms by
Have a lovely affectionate INDOOR kitten named Nika. Only one real problem. Somehow, somewhere she picked up ringworms. I'm about ready to give up. Just when I think it's under control it seems to spread. Eschew Obfuscation.
August 22nd 04 08:10 AM
by -L. : Go to last post
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Training a cat to use the toilet by
Does anyone have information on this? -- Eschew Obfuscation.
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October 24th 04 05:04 PM
by Mary Go to last post
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ACT Cat Alliance Inc by
Here is a show report for the ACT Cat Alliance Inc, Canberra Australia As the Secretary of The ACT Cat Alliance, here are a few words I've written about our very successful cat show held on the October long weekend... In association with the Waratah National Cat Alliance, we held...
October 13th 04 09:43 AM
by Ashley Go to last post
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meows constantly by
My 10 month old male cat meows constantly as he walks from room to room. There are three cats in the home Chevy 10 month male, Sally 3 year female siamese, and Bill 21 year old male. This cat is much like a dog as he replies and or comes to me when his name is called. He listens to comands such as...
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December 24th 04 06:18 PM
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Cat rash that won't go away. by
It is driving me and my wife crazy. We've never had a problem like this with any animal we've owned. Our cat keeps getting rashes on various parts of her body, especially around her ears. She'll scratch herself until she bleeds, so we've got a cone on her head as I write this. We've tried...
June 20th 05 09:28 PM
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acetaminophen and cats by
Original Message ----- From: To: "AZ Nomad" Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 11:21 AM Subject: acetaminophen and cats We were using 1/8 of a tablet, and yes I am a ****ing idiot, not a troll. Scot
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November 15th 06 11:48 PM
by Wayne Go to last post
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