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One of my cats has been vomiting today... it smells like poop. He hasn't eaten or drank anything all day and he is walking very gingerly. Is this a sign of something serious? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks, CCL
February 21st 04 12:28 AM
by wumpy Go to last post
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Toma won't allow the kitten.... by
Hi All, I thought that I could pick your brains for ideas on how I can get my 12 year old female cat to accept a spayed 5 month old kitty. The kitten is Pretty Girl (now known as Katie.). I have tried everything & Toma ( the 12 yr old.) won't even consider it. It's making me crazy! Any good ideas...
September 26th 03 09:05 PM
by MaryL Go to last post
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COFFEE & CATS....poison by (WebElder)
The devastating effects of Coffee when ingested by Cats.... Be warned..the picture isn't pretty... http://members.tripod.com/~thewebster/coffeecat.html Ray
August 23rd 05 05:26 AM
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E-mail message From: (Hug=A0Those=A0Puppies) Date: Sun, Sep 18, 2005, 4:23pm To: , , Subject: Adopt a Katrina animal survivor! Adopt a Hurricane Katrina animal survivor!
September 21st 05 04:25 AM
by *Because **NYC** Could Be BETTER!! Go to last post
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From: (Marcus,*Carol) Date: Mon, Nov 21, 2005, 10:42am To: Subject: FW: *Need for Katrina Fosters Is Ongoing* Reply*to: , (Marcus, Carol) http://www.AnimalDefense.info Importance: High
November 23rd 05 06:01 PM
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Pregnancy and Heat by *~*SooZy*~*
"No One But Me" wrote in message ... how pregnant is she? when is she due? maybe its time to prepare for her delivery. "DeAnna" wrote in message ... Is it...
July 25th 03 09:17 PM
by DeAnna Go to last post
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pictures by *~*SooZy*~*
it would be nice to see some of your cat pictures, mine are on link below to start the ball rolling -- Luv 'n stuff *~*SooZy*~* http://community.webshots.com/user/ragdollcatsuk
July 11th 03 07:48 PM
by Joe Go to last post
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Cat catches waterbugs by -Ron
My 1 year old cat recently started to catch live water bugs. She jumps and drops them in my bed when im sleeping, usually in the morning These things are the size of mice and absolutely disgusting . Any way stop this without insulting her ? I will read replies in the group -Ron
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December 4th 04 05:50 AM
by Pete T Go to last post
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Cute Cat Short Film Series! by [email protected]
There is a short series of films growing popular on the Internet about my cat. They're called the "Caspian" series and they're available under the short films listing at http://www.7MPictures.com: The films a "Caspian" "Caspian Continued" "Caspian's Crush"
July 11th 05 04:38 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Our Health by a victim
November 5th 08 08:16 PM
by a victim Go to last post
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4 week old kitten with infected eyes?? by Aaron Keith
I have a new litter and one of the kittens wakes up every morning with its eyes sealed shut with a crust and drainage...what can I do to solve this problem? Thanks for your help. aaron keith
July 18th 03 03:28 AM
by Judy Go to last post
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Cat on Ripley's eats w/ kitchen utensils! by Ablang
Did anyone see the amazing Calico cat on Ripley's Believe it or Not a few days ago? A woman trained her cat to eat on the dinner table using a fork in its right paw! For desert, she would use a spoon to eat ice cream. And if the cat ever had noodles or chow mein, she would use regular chop...
December 3rd 03 08:11 PM
by Cat Protector Go to last post
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Happy Tails scratches and claws its way to success in sterilizing Miller Park's feral cats - now if it can just control humans by Ablang
Happy Tails scratches and claws its way to success in sterilizing Miller Park's feral cats - now if it can just control humans By Blair Anthony Robertson -- Bee Staff Writer Published 2:15 am PST Saturday, January 7, 2006 Story appeared in Metro section, Page B1 When scores of volunteers from...
January 14th 06 04:15 AM
by Ablang Go to last post
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Pet connection: Hooked on felines? Cat show may be nirvana by Ablang
Pet connection: Hooked on felines? Cat show may be nirvana By Gina Spadafori Published 6:10 am PST Friday, December 16, 2005 A cat show is a rare opportunity to see dozens of beautifully groomed cats, not only of the more common breeds, but also some of the rarest in the world. If you love cats,...
December 18th 05 04:19 AM
by Ablang Go to last post
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Discourage Scratching by Ablang
From: Iams Mag 1. Sticky Tape 2. Noise 3. Smell - The aroma of oranges will also keep him from returning to the scene of the crime. Simply hang an orange peel at the site and watch him run away. -- Hilary Duff is America's Sweetheart & an international HeartBreaker.
November 18th 03 04:11 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Heated kitty bed? by Ablang
I was wondering if anyone here has seen any products available anywhere else similar to the one below? Two things I like about this product: 1. Activates only when kitty gets on it 2. Uses only 4W of power! Bad? Shipping at this site is like $10. I'd like to buy it anywhere...
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January 13th 04 06:33 AM
by confidential Go to last post
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Ripped off by the Science Diet Advanced Protection rebate pet food by Ablang
I just wanted to warn all to be careful about buying the Science Diet Advanced Protection pet food to get the $9 rebate (free after). Hill's Pet Nutrition sent me my rebate back saying they had to return my submission because the incorrect UPC proof of purchase symbol(s) was submitted. And it had...
November 24th 03 07:16 PM
by philo Go to last post
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Can cats digest bones? by Ablang
Last night, I was polishing off a KFC 2-pc original thighs & drumstick. I decided to let my cat have the drumstick since it had some skin on it and some cartilage. I saw her pull the drumstick off the plate and put it on the floor, working on the cartilage on the drumstick. I went back to...
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November 29th 03 07:15 AM
by Alan Sandoval Go to last post
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My cat stopped pee-ing? by Ablang
My baby is totally behaving normally. I'm surprised no one suggested that she might be teaching herself to pee in the toilet (I always put the lid down so that isn't it), or that she might be peeing in the sink (but then I might notice the smell?). Her BM are still good as always of the right...
February 23rd 04 06:44 PM
by SueNY Go to last post
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My cat stopped pee-ing? by Ablang
It's been probably 4 days since I last saw pee in one of her two litter boxes. She still poops normally (about once every 2 days) and her BM looks normal. So I'm guessing that either something's wrong with her, or she is pee-ing on the rug somewhere that I still don't know about. She is 2 years...
February 22nd 04 01:01 PM
by Linda Terrell Go to last post
6 1,073
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