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Man walks into a bar... by Jack Campin
....with his tiger: http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/668069.htm One Edinburgh pub I go to keeps a selection of dog biscuits and the barman knows each of the regular dogs' likes. This would be a bit more...
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April 7th 14 12:15 AM
by Joy Go to last post
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Adorable Male and female English Bulldog Puppies by williams jacko
Male and female English Bulldog Puppies. They have beautiful markings and are very social. They are good with children and other dogs. Puppies have been to the vet and have health certificate, have received first shot, been dewormed and treated for fleas.contact back for more information and...
April 6th 14 09:14 AM
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Nipsy gets his teeth cleaned - productive and expensive day by dgk
I brought him into the vet because he was sneezing a lot. I've been a bit clogged also so I guess it's allergies although I don't get them too much. I never used to get them at all but I'm getting older and that's one of those joys that come with aging. The vet said that his teeth need cleaning...
April 4th 14 09:08 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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jmcquown see inside by John Ross Mc Master
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-03/01/cat-cafe This is a big success AND very English. One is planned for my city, Vancouver, and will somehow reflect our West Coast love of animals. i think there will be more of a tie-in with humane education and cat adoption centres.
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April 4th 14 08:52 PM
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jill dialer by Bastette
MaryL wrote: I then mailed the cards in a batch and also included a book for Tweed. I hope she will enjoy the cards and book while she is recuperating. (The book is "Homer's Odyssey: A Fearless Feline Tale, or How I Learned about Love and Life from a Blind Wonder Cat," by Gwen...
April 4th 14 08:25 PM
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Squeaky Wheel Gets the Grease by jmcquown[_2_]
Persia has eaten one version or another of Hill's r/x kibble for a decade. Thankfully she LOVE LOVE LOVES the food. :-D I don't LOVE LOVE LOVE the packaging. The zipper seal on the bag doesn't seal well at all. I pour half of it into a tightly sealed plastic bin. The food that I don't pour...
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April 3rd 14 11:07 PM
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Update and Thanks From Christina by Sherry
Hi all--I just got word about Christina. She received cards from the UK, USA and Canada as well as Mary's package while she was still in the hospital and wants to convey a big "thank you" to everyone. It sounds like she is continuing to recover at home with the help of a friend or relative but is...
April 1st 14 10:56 AM
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Treacle's story by Niel H
Treacle came to me as a heavily pregnant, terrified & abused foster kitty 10 months ago from the local shelter.....now she's decided to stay. Here's the story of how she re-found her trust in at least one human again from her point of view. http://treacle.moonfruit.com --
March 31st 14 11:25 PM
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Neighbor's cat walking in circles by dgk
Gizmo was walking around in circles and falling down so we took him to the vet. Diagnosis is either inner ear infection or some kind of lesion on the brain; it's unlikely to be a stroke since he's only 7 or 8. He has something called Megaesophogus which is very rare in cats and mostly occurs in...
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March 31st 14 07:48 PM
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Ping: Christina by MaryL[_2_]
If you have been watching since your release from the hospital, will you please post a message? We have all been worried about your health and about Boyfie, so we are eager to hear from you. In addition, I mailed a package to the hospital with a book for you and some rpca cards. I would very...
March 31st 14 01:21 AM
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Cats in the Forbidden City by Kyla=^..^=
"Judith Latham" wrote in message ... In article , Jack Campin wrote: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-26366744 ...
March 28th 14 08:39 PM
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Associated Press: Texas Economic Power House by O C 3
Associated Press: Texas Economic Power House 11 hours ago excerpts: "AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- The $1.3 trillion Texas economy has completely recovered from the Great Recession and is getting stronger, official and independent economists told state lawmakers Thursday/.....
March 28th 14 11:19 AM
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Ping: MaryL by jmcquown[_2_]
Do you know if Tweed/Christina got the package you sent her? Jill
March 27th 14 04:27 PM
by jmcquown[_2_] Go to last post
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Dear Kitty by Art Shapiro
I don't know which one of it was, as it was the middle of the night, all four of you were on the bed, and it was pitch black. But needless to say, I woke up to your loud hacking and throwing up. I really don't mind; that's one reason most of the house was tiled. But did you REALLY have to throw...
March 27th 14 01:32 AM
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sweetie pie's strange eating habits by Mike Mayers
Sweetie pie (aka spazzie) likes to pick up her canned food and put it into her mouth.
March 26th 14 01:57 PM
by jmcquown[_2_] Go to last post
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Talkin' About Thud by Art Shapiro
Thud is the dark calico that I adopted last August. She had been passed around several shelters because she was so terrified of people, and was finally scheduled to be put down as unadoptable. By a rather complicated chain of circumstances, she found her way to my home. You may recall that...
March 26th 14 01:07 PM
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The Missing by jmcquown[_2_]
Someone else asked after Tweed not posting for a while, but I didn't see an answer. Has anyone heard from MLB (Marie)? I also wonder about Hopitus who has been MIA for quite a long time. Anyone know? Jill
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March 25th 14 04:31 PM
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our local cat poisoner by Jack Campin
This is a couple of minutes walk from me: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-26449853 So we're keeping our lot shut in for now. This happened before a few years ago. My bet is that it's some dickhead car repairer leaving open containers of antifreeze about.
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March 24th 14 06:23 PM
by Kyla=^..^= Go to last post
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Rhett by Cheryl[_3_]
I guess it is time to have him tested for his kidney function. He had another vomiting episode yesterday that really scared me. He was throwing up foam and liquid, and it was blood tainted in one of the puddles. I gave him some pepcid ac (1/4 tab) and he was able to keep it down and today he...
March 22nd 14 01:02 AM
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What do you call this? by jmcquown[_2_]
Persia is a short-haired cat. But she has always had a bit of extra fluffy fur hanging down from her belly around her nether regions. I call it a "modesty flap". I'm not sure if I picked up that term here or maybe from her first vet. Apparently most spayed female cats have this extra bit of...
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March 20th 14 11:32 PM
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