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Old March 14th 05, 02:20 PM
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i have two male persian siamese cross (male). I dont give them canned
food. Only boiled potatoes and boiled fish, mashed together. My street
cats eat this too. But i am having a problem nowaday. both of them are
1 year old. One of them has started crying. He cries alot, and ****es
little drops any where in the house, though he is potty trained. he
never did this before. I took him to the Gov. Vet hospital. The doctor
gave him 2 injections and B-Complex syrup to be given 3 times a day,
but no change. What should i do.
one thing more the penis spot my my cat stays dark red. I dont know
why/?

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Old March 14th 05, 02:25 PM
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This is either a very stupid cat owner or a troll. I vote for troll.


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Old March 14th 05, 02:38 PM
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He sounds like he has a urinary tract infection. He must be treated by a vet
ASAP. Cats can get blocked from this and die quickly.
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i have two male persian siamese cross (male). I dont give them canned
food. Only boiled potatoes and boiled fish, mashed together. My street
cats eat this too. But i am having a problem nowaday. both of them are
1 year old. One of them has started crying. He cries alot, and ****es
little drops any where in the house, though he is potty trained. he
never did this before. I took him to the Gov. Vet hospital. The doctor
gave him 2 injections and B-Complex syrup to be given 3 times a day,
but no change. What should i do.
one thing more the penis spot my my cat stays dark red. I dont know
why/?



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Old March 14th 05, 02:50 PM
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i have two male persian siamese cross (male). I dont give them canned
food. Only boiled potatoes and boiled fish, mashed together. My street
cats eat this too. But i am having a problem nowaday. both of them are
1 year old. One of them has started crying. He cries alot, and ****es
little drops any where in the house, though he is potty trained. he
never did this before. I took him to the Gov. Vet hospital. The doctor
gave him 2 injections and B-Complex syrup to be given 3 times a day,
but no change. What should i do.
one thing more the penis spot my my cat stays dark red. I dont know
why/?


OK, why aren't they eating regular cat food? If you are going to do a
homemade diet, you need to know what you are doing. It doesn't sound like
you do. Cats need more than potatoes and fish.
It sounds like your one cat has a urinary tract infection. Take him to the
vet ASAP.

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-Kelly
kelly at farringtons dot net
"Wake up, and smell the cat food" -TMBG


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Old March 14th 05, 05:28 PM
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ok guys to let you know......... these are not my cats...... one of my
friends have them..... we live in Pakistan..... here its really hard
to get a good vet..... we have either no vets or some government
hospitals in big cities (its even harder to find any cat specialist
there)...... so whenever we encounter any problem regarding pets
"internet" is our only source...... we friends have made a group so tat
we share our problem regarding health of pets..... if the vet is unable
to diagnose we search for cure on the net ......... i hope u
understand.... by the way i will gather up ur suggestions and post them
to my friend..... so plzz if anyone is a vet here or able to help.....
plzzzz don`t make fun of us and try to help us

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Old March 14th 05, 05:36 PM
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ok guys to let you know......... these are not my cats...... one of my
friends have them..... we live in Pakistan..... here its really hard
to get a good vet..... we have either no vets or some government
hospitals in big cities (its even harder to find any cat specialist
there)...... so whenever we encounter any problem regarding pets
"internet" is our only source...... we friends have made a group so tat
we share our problem regarding health of pets..... if the vet is unable
to diagnose we search for cure on the net ......... i hope u
understand.... by the way i will gather up ur suggestions and post them
to my friend..... so plzz if anyone is a vet here or able to help.....
plzzzz don`t make fun of us and try to help us


If you can get a hold of regular cat food, that will really help. Are these
cats neutered?
Do you have any way of getting veterinary medication? I would not normally
recommend medicating without seeing a vet, but if that's impossible, then
you may have to. If you can get a medication called Clavamox, that will
help if it is a urinary tract infection.

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-Kelly
kelly at farringtons dot net
"Wake up, and smell the cat food" -TMBG


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Old March 14th 05, 06:09 PM
Karen
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"KellyH" wrote in message
...
wrote in message
ups.com...
ok guys to let you know......... these are not my cats...... one of my
friends have them..... we live in Pakistan..... here its really hard
to get a good vet..... we have either no vets or some government
hospitals in big cities (its even harder to find any cat specialist
there)...... so whenever we encounter any problem regarding pets
"internet" is our only source...... we friends have made a group so tat
we share our problem regarding health of pets..... if the vet is unable
to diagnose we search for cure on the net ......... i hope u
understand.... by the way i will gather up ur suggestions and post them
to my friend..... so plzz if anyone is a vet here or able to help.....
plzzzz don`t make fun of us and try to help us


If you can get a hold of regular cat food, that will really help. Are

these
cats neutered?
Do you have any way of getting veterinary medication? I would not

normally
recommend medicating without seeing a vet, but if that's impossible, then
you may have to. If you can get a medication called Clavamox, that will
help if it is a urinary tract infection.

--
-Kelly
kelly at farringtons dot net
"Wake up, and smell the cat food" -TMBG


REally try to find the cat some antibiotics (clamavox). See if that vet will
help you. If you have to make the cats food, try to follow what is below. I
mean, if you can even get CLOSE to it, the cat will be better off. Does it
hunt on its own? Where in Pakistan are you all?


Diet for Adult Cats:
Feed an adult cat as much as she will eat in 20 to 30 minutes. Refrigerate
the leftovers promptly. It is recommended that you feed your adult cats
twice a day. This recipe provides approximately three servings.
Choose one protein source (meat amounts given in raw weight):

1/2 pound boneless chicken breast or thigh, minced
6 ounces ground turkey, or minced turkey (dark meat)
1/2 pound lean beef, minced
1/2 pound beef, chicken or turkey heart, ground or minced

About three times per week, include one chopped hard-boiled or scrambled
egg. If you would like, once a week, substitute 4 ounces of organic liver
for 1/2 of any meat source. Another option is to substitute a four-ounce can
of tuna that is packed in water, a six-ounce can of sandines, or a
five-ounce can of salmon with bones for any meat source once every two
weeks. Do not use canned fish as a protein source for cats that are prone to
urinary tract problems.
For cats needing a lower protein diet, add one cup of cooked white rice.

Supplements:
Two teaspoons of olive oil or one teaspoon of olive oil and one teaspoon of
flaxseed oil
300 mg. of calcium (as carbonate or citrate) or about one slightly rounded
teaspoon of bone meal (human grade). (If using canned fish with bones,
decrease calcium to 1/4 regular amount.)
One to two tablespoons of pureed vegetables since many cats prefer their
veggies lightly steamed or vegetable baby food (without onion powder).
1/4 teaspoon of salt substitute (potassium chloride) should be given three
to four times per week.
One cat-size dose of multiple vitamin-mineral supplements (human quality) or
cat vitamin
One probiotic/digestive enzyme supplement
80 mg of Taurine (omit if using cat vitamin)

Other sources of books and web sites:
API also suggests that you obtain one or more of the following books, so
that you have a more complete understanding of canine and/or feline
nutritional needs. API does not sell these books. It is essential that you
follow any diet's recommendations closely, including all ingredients and
supplements. Failure to do so may result in serious health consequences for
your animal companion.

Dr. Pitcairn's Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats. Richard Pitcairn,
DVM, and Susan Pitcairn. Rodale Press. ISBN 075962432. (This is very good)
Natural Cat Care. Celeste Yarnall. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc. ISBN
1885203632.
"Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets: the Healthful Alternative". Donald R.
Strombeck, DVM. Iowa State University Press. ISBN 0813821495.
It's for the Animals! Natural Care & Resources. Helen L. McKinnon. C.S.A.
Inc. Available from www.ItsForTheAnimals.com; P.O. Box 1913; Fairview, NC
28730; toll-free 1-888-339-IFTA (4382); .


 




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