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Midnight Snacks & Pooing by Kyoko 8
Hi, everyone, I am a newcomer from Japan. My 6-month old shorthair is not fixed yet but will pretty soon, and he is having this tenacious habit of getting up in the middle of the night to snack on feeder and then gives me this smelly poo souvenir. Since he is shifting into the 6th months and will...
September 11th 13 03:05 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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So Relatable! by Mack A. Damia
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September 5th 13 11:14 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Traveling with a cat by Pangur Ban
A question for those of you who take your cats on road trips: How many consecutive hours in the car (in a carrier) seem to be easily tolerable for the cat? I have found that 6 or 7 hours is ok, but with pet-friendly hotels not being very prevalent, I'm wondering whether travel days could be...
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September 4th 13 05:00 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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New cat lying directly on Astroturf by John Doe
Was trying unsuccessfully to get it to lie on a small piece of Astroturf covered with a layer of paper towel. Apparently that doesn't work unless it's their hangout, like on a windowsill or in a sleeping loft. But, for the last two days, it has been lying directly on the Astroturf (a big piece...
September 3rd 13 02:45 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Sick cat by Bill Graham
We feed a stray cat. He isn't really a stray, because we have seen him go into another house down the block. But since he has no collar or chip, we suspect they don't own him either. At any rate, he is sick. His thyroids aren't working properly and he is skinny as a rail even though he eats at...
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September 1st 13 12:14 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Cat shakes her head a lot by [email protected]
My 6 year old cat had a dental cleaning with 6 extractions about 6 weeks ago. Everything seemed to go well except I notice that she seems to shake her head quite a bit as if there is something in her mouth that is annoying her. It's not constant but she wasn't doing it before the procedure. It's...
August 31st 13 04:27 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Curious about Flea Bites by Marek Williams
When I was a kid we had a dog. This was a very long time ago, long before flea medications. The dog had a flea collar, but still had fleas, and there were fleas in the house. I recall my mother and my brother constantly complaining about flea bites. I remember them showing me their ankles with red...
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August 24th 13 12:10 AM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Litter box stuff by John Doe
Still using Sterilite boxes for litter boxes. Using the kind with clear and shiny smooth sides, apparently they never get dirty (or if they do, they don't stay dirty). Also using Arm & Hammer Essentials Natural cat litter. It doesn't clump very well, but it's light and genuinely dust free. One...
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August 20th 13 09:30 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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My recent rescue loves the outside sounds (from a baby monitor) by John Doe
One fairly easy way to bring the outside sounds in is to use a baby monitor (room monitor) and put the baby unit outside. Also, if the parent unit is connected to a better speaker, that helps. I've always somehow known that my cats enjoy listening to the outside sounds. My most recent rescue...
July 24th 13 10:34 PM
by John Doe Go to last post
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Accident at work compensation claims - are some sectors inherently risky? by Jennifer Alice
Some people who are considering bringing industrial accident claims forward think that their industry is inherently dangerous and that they accepted some degree of risk by virtue of their employment. Welders, chefs, carpenters or metalworkers might take a few burns on their fingers in their stride...
July 18th 13 08:39 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Seeking advice re lung cancer by [email protected]
We have a singe family pet, a female Manx cat, who is 13 years old. We have had her since a couple of months after birth, having adopted her from a friend. She has always been an indoors-only cat, and has been well cared for. She has lost some weight recently. The vet took x-rays and blood work,...
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July 15th 13 02:29 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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PENNSYLVANIA: Rabies Medical Exemption Action Alert by Kris L. Christine
PENNSYLVANIA: Rabies Medical Exemption Action Alert -- Pennsylvania pet owners have initiated an effort to get a rabies medical exemption clause inserted into the Pennsylvania Rabies Code. Below is a copy of the letter I have faxed to the Pennsylvania State Veterinarian and below that is a copy...
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July 10th 13 10:53 AM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Cat fighting both cancer, cholangiohepatitis by Karma
Karma has been fighting both liver cancer and cholangiohepatitis for more than a year. In June of this year, Karma's liver numbers became elevated to the levels they were at the time of her surgery a year ago. We were told her small b-cell lymphona had transformed into a much more aggressive...
July 8th 13 08:18 PM
by Karma Go to last post
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Cat making a Chewing Like Movement all the time by Rex
Hello, After spending almost a grand, there seems to be not one Vet in Canada that would diagnose this problem with our cat. He moves his head from left to right frequently with a chewing motion. I know it is hard to explain but I'll try ... Imagine a human vigourously chewing gum and at the...
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June 26th 13 11:11 PM
by Kimmeredith Go to last post
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HELP! Chewing and breathing problems by pompless
Our 18 year old cat has been having some problems on and off for years now and they suddenly have gotten worse. The first problem is that she has a hard time chewing her food. We feed her canned food which she usually gobbles up quickly, but recently she does this weird thing where her chewing...
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June 26th 13 10:58 PM
by Kimmeredith Go to last post
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One Down, Eight to Go by Mack A. Damia
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June 22nd 13 01:29 AM
by Mad Catter Go to last post
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Cats having problem eating new formula cat food by John Doe
I feed them moistened dry food, currently Purina Savor Pro Plan Salmon Rice. Ordering online from Petco, according to the expiration dates, seems they send very recent fresh food. Apparently Purina's formula for that cat food changed recently. My cats are having much trouble eating it. They're...
June 6th 13 09:53 AM
by Kelly Greene[_7_] Go to last post
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We have our full compliment of cats back! by Bill Graham
Well, we picked up another cat yesterday. When my wife and I stopped at the little filling station down near the highway, the owner told us about a cat that was picked up in the middle of the highway by the police who were called by a nearby neighbor when she saw it huddled by the double yellow...
June 5th 13 11:45 PM
by Bill Graham Go to last post
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Neutered female acts like she wants to be mounted? by John Doe
There's a female outside that acts like she wants to be mounted. Seriously. Calling out and stuff. I'm wondering if it could be neutered, or is that behavior only in an intact cat? Thanks.
May 10th 13 03:26 AM
by John Doe Go to last post
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The challenges! by The Doctor
Our cat turns 2 this month and still is a worthy challenge. 1) We want him to have water before going out. How do we encourage food and water at every meal? 2) He goes out for too many long stretches? How do encourage hime to stay within the yard? -- Member - Liberal...
May 7th 13 10:30 PM
by Matthew[_3_] Go to last post
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