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My cat has "bald-belly syndrome" by Edna Pearl
One of my three DSH's, a black 9yo neutered male named Ted, recently started licking the hair on his tummy excessively, leaving a large, downy area of near-baldness. He also "scrubbed" a couple spots bald on his right foreleg. I took Ted to the vet yesterday, and was told he doesn't have any...
October 18th 06 09:20 PM
by jean@nowhere.com Go to last post
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Lethal dose of morphine for a cat by A.J. Rivett
When the time comes and I have to euthanize my cat, I would like to do it in the kindest way. I think this would be a nice meal of tuna juice and tuna with some morphine in the tuna juice. I have been told that 5 mg of morphine should be enough and that my cat would just fall asleep after eating...
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October 4th 04 02:47 PM
by drew Go to last post
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Will a dog whistle affect a cat? by Lisa C
Neighbor across the street often ties up his two little yappy dogs and one large dog on his front porch. ANYTHING will set these guys off barking, which doesn't seem to bother said neighbor. I have thoughts of getting one of those silent dog whistles to see if it might make any difference in...
June 11th 07 11:37 AM
by Savitri Go to last post
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Video of a kitten being drowned by Charlie Wilkes
http://www.stopanimalabuse.blogspot.com/ Count the seconds... Charlie
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September 6th 07 08:00 AM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Before commercial cat food..... by Kitten M
Please help my research for cat food. =A0 Before lots of people started feeding their cat commercial cat food, (crunchy type or canned food) what were they feeding their cat? Is there such a thing like a traditional "home made" cat food? =A0 If you were living with a cat/cats back in those days,...
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October 18th 03 02:04 AM
by Liz Go to last post
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Kitten Shiver/Tremors while falling asleep by beachgirl
My 14 week old kitten has recently begun to shiver or have tremors when he lays down and begins to fall asleep. His entire boddy shakes slightly as though he is shivering from cold. I have attempted to warm him up by covering him with a blanket but this does not stop the shivering. He had his...
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November 10th 13 12:49 AM
by katya Go to last post
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American Idol guy & Cats by PawsForThought
I don't know if this is true or not, but I got this from another board: http://www.peta.org/feat/triumph/ "PETA: Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Dumps on Clay Aiken in New PETA Pro-Neutering Ad The article says: "Triumph chose to make Clay Aiken the target of his humor in the ad, and...
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December 1st 03 07:47 PM
by lakinapook Go to last post
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Swollen Lower Lip & Chin On Kitty by sheellah@aol.com
My 8 year old male cat has a swollen lower lip, right where it goes into the hair part of his chin. Looking at him he seems to have more of a pink part to his mouth and pulling back the lip you can see this swelling. I've added a link to a photo of another cat with where it is outlined in...
January 7th 08 04:13 AM
by Paul M. Cook Go to last post
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16 yr. old cat constantly throwing up by B
My cat is 16 yrs. old and for the past several months constantly throws up. The vet did some blood work and his sugar was a little high, which she attributed to the stress of the visit. His kidney function is slowing down a bit and now she wants to take a urine sample. She has changed his food...
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April 13th 11 03:17 AM
by Gz Go to last post
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Allergies, Linear Granuloma, and Diet by Mary
Cheeky has asthma--presented with it the day I brought her home from the shelter. Very scary attacks which we control with shots. I wait as long as I can i.e. until she coughs or sniffles, to take her in because I know that steroid use can cause diabetes and a host of other problems. She is...
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December 10th 03 02:49 PM
by Steve Crane Go to last post
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Crane, Gaubster, PhilP by Ann Martin
"Ann Martin" wrote in message My question is, what are you all so frightened of that you have taken such a defensive stand? You all seemed concerned that I am making all kinds of money from my books and television radio shows. You insinuate that all information in my books...
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September 25th 03 05:53 PM
by Karen M. Go to last post
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Catnip VS Cat Grass. What's the difference? by Jonny R
Is Cat Grass just a different name for Catnip? If not, what are the differences between the two? Thanks.
July 19th 04 07:53 PM
by soft Go to last post
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I can feel my cat's spine, very boney in that region, confused and concerned! by Mike
I own 2 cats. They are both 13 years old. One cat is has developed a very boney spine. I mean that one cat has a lot more meat and its harder to detect his spine. The other has only a thin layer of skin and you can fell his spine. Is this a disease anybody is aware off?I appreciate any...
January 3rd 06 04:01 AM
by kristin1@gmail.com Go to last post
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Cat-proofing my mattress? by Rhino[_3_]
I have a conventional box spring and mattress that I am looking to replace because it is just too hard. I'd like to know if anyone knows any ways that I can reliably cat-proof the new mattress so that my two cats, both of which have their claws, don't sharpen their claws on it the way they did...
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June 16th 11 05:45 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Crying before and after using litter box by Sidhe
Hi there - I've had a good look though the archives, but thought I would try this on some of the regular contributors. I have a 6 year old female Burmilla, ex show cat (champion, no less !) and breeding queen, but now a one cat indoor family (spayed). I've been happily owned by my kitty for about...
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March 7th 14 08:05 PM
by Irenelou Go to last post
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Cat with a Limping Front Leg (Paw) by Patricia Corron
Hey Everyone, This is my first time posting and I need a little bit of advice. I have a five year old neutered male named Eddie. He is a strictly indoor cat, but does venture out on the balcony. I noticed the other day that his right front paw was being held up and he had a limp. The limp was...
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October 2nd 03 10:06 PM
by Barb 1 Go to last post
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Liz's Food recommendations by Steve Crane
For about the umpteenth time Liz, please provide us with the commercial foods you think have fewer grains than the comparable Hill's product. I know I have asked you for this many times before and you always refuse to answer. The constant lack of an answer seems to prove you have an...
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October 20th 03 08:20 PM
by Steve G Go to last post
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is this normal? by frigamia
Hello there, My cat Misha is 40 days pregnant today. Everything is going very good. She seems happy, she "talks" and purrs as much as she always did. She's been more quiet in the sence that she doesn't play so much or climb the cat tree so much anymore but I would imagine that is normal. I called...
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February 27th 04 07:09 PM
by jamie Go to last post
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Just read about what is really in cat food by kate
I just read a book called "Food Pets Die For" and it is horrifying!!! This woman did an extensive study about the ingredients which go into cat and dog food. Almost all of the major brands include euthanized cats and dogs in their formula, as well as all of the spoiled and diseased parts of animals...
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September 3rd 03 01:18 AM
by GAUBSTER2 Go to last post
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Is there such a thing as "cat whistle"? by RPSinha
I have been asking a lot of questions, but please bear with me! My latest is: Is there such a thing as "cat whistle", something cats can hear and humans can't. (Similar to what's available for dogs.) Sometimes we have to go looking for our cat, who may be hiding who knows where. It is quite a...
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June 16th 14 12:15 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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