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"Sherry " wrote
Actually, I think it's called the Flehman Response. But it's just that
look they get that is so funny.
The dorkiest Gnarly every looked was when she was
hunkered down in attack mode, with her ears back and
her pupils dilated and that super eager look on her face.
She had a totally flat head, and just looked brain damaged
when she did that.
*** Hi Mary,
Well, all I can say is keep in mind that mrbluesguy doesn't exactly sound
like 'Mr.. sensitivity' based on what he named his cat and his crass
response. Don't get me started :-).
"Mary" wrote in message
wrote in message
Some Cats talk more than others. Fatass whines in the morning before
she is fed...walks around merping and rowwwing and generally talks a
I appreciate the cautious cat lovers who suggest vet, but come on. "My
cat meows when he goes from room to room, I am real concerned, check
his blood!" WTF is that?
I always thought it was cute that my cat howled whenever we
left the room then found out it was a symptom of
hyperthyroid, which might have killed her had I not
treated it. Excessive vocalization IS a good reason to
see a vet--even in the case of a 10-month-old who
would not be ht, anything might be going on.
ALRIGHT KELLY, guess your truley into Uselss un needed spending.....Smiles
& Candy Canes Kelly's way. Bluesman get's a Candy Cane too. I truely
appreciate the response from the entire group which participated in my
concern/question. I cannot believe it has been the topic for 5 days. And
for those with nothing better to think about this 10 month hold has a set of
balls the size of acorns and gives it to the Siamese several times a day.
true love between those two.
MeRrY ChRiStMaS To All,
"KellyH" wrote in message
"Mary" wrote in message
My severely hyperthyroid cat vocalized all the time until
we got her treatment. As it turns out, excessive vocalization
is a sympton of hyperthyroid. Untreated HT is no big deal unless
you mind when your cat has a stroke.
While vocalizing is a symptom of hyperthyroid, that would be extremely
unlikely in a 10 month old cat.
Yet another reason why a vet
check is in order. Which is, by the way, an ANSWER and
probably the best one to your asinine question.
Why was his question asinine?
kelly at farringtons dot net
"Wake up, and smell the cat food" -TMBG
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