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Gramps "magic" ice-cream {a story of the great depression} by Sharon Scharf[_2_]
As I said before I was born in Georgia in the 20's. When I was 5 years old My mother used to leave me with Granny and Gramps when she went to work bottling bathtub gin at the local speakeasy. Me and Gramps had a game we played when Granny went to the market. All I had to do was poopy in a bowl for...
May 8th 09 02:02 AM
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We had to say goodbye to Boo by cybercat
It was a tumor that had grown into her jaw bone, and the bone was necrotic. Again, I am amazed at the way cats can hide pain. She scampered and frolicked and was her usual self even for part of yesterday. The vet said that these types of tumors are almost always fatal, and that our only option...
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May 7th 09 06:56 PM
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Hey Everyone! by [email protected]
Hey guys! I was wondering if you could help me out in peer-support, basically if you could give me some feedback on a site that i did. It's about LASIK eye operation, and basically, the goal of this page is to give free information about it. The adress is www.lasik-world.webs.com , feel free to...
May 6th 09 02:19 PM
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Guitar Stop Zone by [email protected]
Guitar Ringtones for your mobile and videos,photos and lessons all free to download from : www.guitarstopzone.com
May 6th 09 06:32 AM
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How long have most of your cats.... by Cheryl
"Phil P." wrote in message ... snip ....and more from Cornell: "The ideal age to spay/neuter dogs and cats is unknown. Currently, the most common age or the "traditional age" for recommending spaying/neutering is 6
May 5th 09 04:04 AM
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How long have most of your cats.... by dgk
On Sun, 3 May 2009 18:59:34 -0400, T wrote: In article , says... On 2009-04-30, Gloria wrote: lived? How many years? Currently, 15 years and counting.
May 4th 09 02:04 PM
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How do you spoil your kitty? by LauraM[_2_]
I'm just curious...how do you spoil your cat(s)?? It's fun to hear how others dote on their furry friends. For me, I put Hobbes on his back in my lap (which he loves) and pet his tummy while I'm kissing his ears. He literally "squeaks" (kind of a half-snore) with delight and will not get down...
May 3rd 09 03:42 AM
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biting kitten by lorraine
My 3 month old kitten loves to bite. Sometimes it hurts! I'm worried he'll carry on this behavior till he's an adult! Any advice?
May 1st 09 08:04 PM
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Help - cat aggressive towards kid after attack by another cat by [email protected]
Our 4 year old cat was briefly attacked by a stray cat in our yard this weekend. She was unharmed, but immediatly became very agressive towards us and especially our 11 year old son. Since then she has calmed down somewhat but every now and then becomes very agressive towards our son. I had her...
May 1st 09 07:07 PM
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What is Mesothelioma by faizy
Mesothelioma Malignant mesothelioma is the most serious of all asbestos-related diseases. Although uncommon, mesothelioma is no longer considered rare. Mesothelioma is a cancer that is particulary difficult for doctors to diagnose and one that does not respond well to therapy. The chest cavity,...
April 28th 09 06:40 PM
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Continued surprises with Meep by jmc
Well, recently she went to the cardio and we found out she did not have a cardiomyopathy like had been diagnosed before. Today she went in for a dental and x-rays of her back end - we fully expected the two big upper molars to be pulled. The x-rays were to assess the status of her hind legs,...
April 28th 09 06:08 PM
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Sheelagh by cindys
Hello everyone! I know I haven't posted here in a while, and my post is not actually about cats. I was wondering if anybody reading this has heard from Sheelagh? Thanks in advance. Best regards, ---Cindy S.
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April 28th 09 03:27 PM
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Matthew, Cybercat by John Ross Mc Master
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEpPnTf_XGg Did you see this link yet? It's a Canadian classic which discourages the maltreatment of cats. See it in HQ if you have the connection speed.
April 27th 09 05:16 AM
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Look at this Humming bird. by ---MIKE---
This evening I had a real live hummingbird on my feeder. This is almost two weeks before they usually arrive, ---MIKE--- In the White Mountains of New Hampshire (44 15' N - Elevation 1580')
April 27th 09 12:58 AM
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The Cat Came Back by John Ross Mc Master
April 26th 09 02:51 AM
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it's lucky we love 'em by Jean B.
Because cats can drive you crazy. Ming seems to get into a non-eating mode once or twice a year. Of course, I start thinking about crystals and blockages, and I also start worrying about fatty liver disease.* I have dragged Mingy to the vet's (not good, because Ming is a very shy cat and...
April 25th 09 09:46 PM
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Would you starve your pet so it will live longer? by James
There are people starving themselves in order to live longer. It's been proven in rats that limited food resulted in longer life spans. So would you? Or at least don't give food treats?
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April 25th 09 09:13 PM
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Shamrock might be outgrowing his allergies by Cheryl
For those of you who've followed Shamrock's skin problems over the years might be interested in this. The first few years he had flare-ups on many parts of his body. After some time and several different types of "treatments" including allergy shots prescribed by a vet dermatologist, the...
April 25th 09 09:12 PM
by Gloria Go to last post
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Mourning doves by James
I found out why Pussy is spending so much time at that window. It seems a pair of Mourning doves are often visiting outside. The doves probably can't see inside because they don't fly off when she jumps up there. I played a clip of Mourning dove call and she jumped up to the window. If I'm...
April 25th 09 09:08 PM
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What's wrong with my cat? by [email protected]
I am interested to hear your opinion on my cat, Phantom. He is a 6 year old DSH, neutred male. Indoors cat mostly (if he is outside I am watching him), and has not been outside since September. About a month ago I noticed a change in his behaviour; he seemed to play less and then he began pacing...
April 25th 09 03:52 PM
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