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Cat has CRF by Kolbard
Hi, I wouldn't even be posting about this, except Google Groups search is broken. My 16 year old cat was recently diagnosed with CRF (about 2-3 weeks ago). She isn't dehydrated, but her phosphorus levels are through the roof (19.7 at her last test). The vet didn't even mention anything about...
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May 28th 09 08:36 AM
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no takers on the annoying siamese behavior? by peter[_2_]
we have taken to keeping annie foghorn out side at night so she doesnt howl and paw at our doors at night, but we would really prefer to modify her behavior rather than doing that. any suggestions? peter
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May 27th 09 05:48 PM
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Interesting Article... by Claude V. Lucas
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-taming-of-the-cat
May 27th 09 04:04 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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Holy ****... by Candace
....this group is sucking bigtime now with all the spam, isn't it? Good thing I'm not so addicted to the cat ngs anymore or it would depress me. Too bad, though. **** off, spammers...yes, I know they aren't reading this.
May 27th 09 09:48 AM
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Physical activity increases your fitness level and capacity by tipscentre
Health is wealth. Physical exercise means the regular movement of different parts of the body to keep them mobile and strong. Physical activity increases your fitness level and capacity for........Continue Know about that,visit: www.tipscentre.info Hi, I am a new member of this group. I found some...
May 27th 09 12:25 AM
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stray tomcat and interferon revolt by calvin
So far I have rebelled against my vet on this. Monday I took a stray tomcat that I am adopting to my vet for an examination, neutering, and treatment of his ailments. The vet wanted to wait to do the neutering until later. He gave him an ear treatment, a deworming pill, a rabies shot, a test for...
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May 26th 09 02:16 PM
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Cat Walking With Bent "Wrist" by Gary Brown
Hi, Our 16 year old cat is walking with one "wrist" bent. He is almost walking on his wrist. Sometimes he favors it but otherwise doesn't seem to bother him. Two vets have looked at him and think it is possibly due to prednisone he takes for CRF and hypercalcemia or the hypercalcemia. Has...
May 25th 09 05:33 PM
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What is a Periodontist? by Aamy Lee
Hello Friends, A Periodontist is an individual that not only successfully completes dental school, but one that uniquely specializes in diseases that affect the gums and teeth by completing three more years of specialized schooling. Capable of treating periodontal disease in both its early and...
May 25th 09 04:32 PM
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cat threw up, refused to eat - what questions to ask the vet? by Nadia N.
My 1 year old cat Sweety was not feeling well last night or this morning. She threw up around midnight (about an hour after she'd had her dinner), and then this morning at 8am she refused to eat her breakfast. Also this morning her ears seemed very hot to the touch. I was going to wait to see...
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May 20th 09 09:30 PM
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Effective herbs to treat the swinre flu &increase the immune system by emansameh
*Did you know that there is now no region in the world is immune from the threat of swine flu! *The World Health Organization says that the swine flu could turn into an epidemic!! *And causes the rapid spread of the virus H1N1 that causes concern among the experts, the number of confirmed...
May 20th 09 06:51 AM
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Is Christmas Cactus poisonous? by jmc
Hello, just caught Meep gnawing on my little Christmas Cactus. I can't figure out if it's poisonous or not - some sites say it is, some that it is not. Can't find anything that says symptoms or anything. Can anyone give me the real skinny? It costs $60 to call animal poison control. If it...
May 20th 09 03:24 AM
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good electric water bowls? by ensoul[_2_]
My guys are good drinkers (luckily). I've had 2 drinkwell's Moe & Rudy love them. The 1st one was super noisey, living in a small apart...I ended up giving it to somebody-- bought another one, different model came home to an apartment filled with smoke, a loud grinding noise, and a stench--was very...
May 18th 09 04:36 AM
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can happiness be inherited? by shema123
ScienceDaily (May 14, 2009) A new study suggests that our feelings in our lifetime can affect our children. Dr. Halabe Bucay suggests that a wide range of chemicals that our brain generates when we are in different moods could affect 'germ cells' (eggs and sperm), the cells that ultimately...
May 17th 09 06:54 PM
by cybercat Go to last post
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ALABAMA Rabies Law--2009 Legislation to Change to 3 Year by Kris L. Christine
Alabama pet owners not wanting their state to be the only one in the country with an annual rabies booster requirement for dogs and cats have begun requesting their Legislators to change the law to conform to the national 3 year standard. Below is a copy of my letter to the Alabama Public Health...
May 17th 09 12:09 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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can happiness be inherited? by shema123
Can Happiness Be Inherited? ScienceDaily (May 14, 2009) A new study suggests that our feelings in our lifetime can affect our children. Dr. Halabe Bucay suggests that a wide range of chemicals that our brain generates when we are in different moods could affect 'germ cells' (eggs and sperm),...
May 16th 09 04:09 AM
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Cat pooping on the floor and barfing up hairballs by Deuteros
I have an 7 year old tabby who up until a couple of months ago has never had any behavior problems. Now every couple of days he will poop on the floor and it smells *really* bad and looks like yellow sludge. He has two litter boxes and they both get cleaned every day. He uses both boxes and he...
May 14th 09 08:02 PM
by Granby Go to last post
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Where do you get your best buys in cat food? by James
Is it K Mart, Wal Mart, Target or big box pet stores? Now that gas is reasonalbe it may be worth it for me to drive to one of the stores to buy cat food. I used to get the 7 lb. Purina One but it seems expensive lately.
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May 14th 09 05:17 PM
by June[_2_] Go to last post
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Do your cats Behave..... by Gloria
"good.....bad....or a mixture of both? :-) I would say both of mine do behave really good, no complaints here.
May 13th 09 08:20 AM
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Can cats see ghosts or spirits - I think mine might be, but am unsure by [email protected]
Hello everyone, I have an 18 year old cat named Enson and she is doing some odd somethings which I would like some feedback on. Her usual routine each night is to jump up next to my husband on the couch and curl up next to him. Lately (past 6 weeks or so) something appears to be startling her from...
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May 13th 09 01:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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How long have most of your cats.... by LauraM[_2_]
On Apr 30, 12:31*pm, (Gloria) wrote: lived? How many years? My first kitty, Pandora (or "Pandy" as we called her) must've eaten some sort of poison because we found her outside behind a large rock. She was an indoor/outdoor cat. I was heartbroken because she was...
May 12th 09 11:23 PM
by Peg Caldwell-Ott Go to last post
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