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Young female toilet problems by Tim[_2_]
We have litter trays for our 2 cats,..one is a 5 yo desexed caramel coloured short-hair male, the other is a little 7 mo non-spaide black and white short hair female who we keep inside untill she is neutered.. The male is fairly good, and uses the litter most times, but the female usually takes...
March 2nd 14 10:46 PM
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will it hurt to feed them one bag of Friskies? by John Doe
All my indoor cats were once neighborhood strays. But I like to feed them better foods like Pro plan or science diet. Unfortunately, instead of the online merchant shipping Pro plan, they shipped Friskies. Will it hurt to feed them a big bag of Friskies? I promise not to make it a habit.
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February 28th 14 09:26 AM
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Sterilite boxes are SELF-CLEANING litter boxes disguised as storage boxes by John Doe
If you haven't tried them, you don't know what you're missing. They might not come in every size you need, but you just can't beat the fact that they are SELF-CLEANING. I think that's really cool. Talking about the ones with the smooth cloudy clear sides. Apparently it's the type of plastic. If...
February 28th 14 09:25 AM
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Walk for Health by [email protected]
Recapitulate your daily routine - you get ready, slide into your car, drive to office, slump down in your chair and remain there for most of the day. Busy as a weaver, all your needs are taken care of by others, so much so, that you rar - See more at: http://goo.gl/qO9O7e
February 28th 14 08:42 AM
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is this a caliby? by [email protected]
i am trying to understand the terms calico, tabby, and caliby. i would like to ask the experts in this group, does this cat meet the criteria? http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157640014185295/
February 28th 14 08:37 AM
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IOWA Rabies Waiver Bill ACTION ALERT by Kris L. Christine
IOWA Rabies Waiver Bill HF2124 ACTION ALERT: Iowa Rep. Marti Anderson has filed a rabies medical exemption bill, HF 2124, and it has been assigned to the Agriculture Committee.. Please contact Agriculture Chair, Pat Grassley (515) 281-3221 & Agriculture committee...
February 28th 14 08:34 AM
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Duffy's health report by MaryL[_2_]
Some of you have followed Duffy's progress from the time I adopted him. He had his physical exam today, and TED said it is *perfect.* He said it is very rare for a cat of Duffy's age (16) to have test results like that. He had stopped eating for awhile, but it turned out that he needed dental...
February 28th 14 08:33 AM
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Can anyone recommend a vitamin without....... by mikespo
either poultry or grain as an ingredient? Lola is allergic to both. Thanks.........Mike
February 28th 14 08:29 AM
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Behaviour by [email protected]
Hi Something about my cat intrigues me. He's a six year old grey (Russian blue?) from a shelter. While he loves me, it's my wife's chest he lies on in the mornings, without fail. They hold hands/paws and they're mad about each other. Recently, he's taken to gently biting her cheek or chin. It's...
February 28th 14 08:24 AM
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three cats in my lap by John Doe
From the thread "How to stop too many cats/kittens from driving you insane..." http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2832/12425714433_2d40d7538b.jpg
February 10th 14 04:49 AM
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Cat food recall by buglady[_2_]
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm384876.htm Joy Combo Cat dry buglady take out the dog before replying
February 6th 14 03:34 PM
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Cat in heat by lonzo
She's around eight months old. A week ago I captured a little feral male cat in the skunk trap. He's about five months old. Ever since she's been crying and moaning. The boy has tamed up good in a week. He was as wild as he could be, biting, scratching. He finally figured out the proper way to...
February 1st 14 09:28 PM
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Multiple cats, female loses appetite... by John Doe
Might have found an interesting solution to my new calico female cat losing her appetite. She and my male were playing well for a while, but he has been getting rough. I haven't been spending much time with them recently, that might be one problem. The calico takes a few bites and then walks...
January 27th 14 07:52 PM
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Color fading on orange cat by [email protected]
My girlfriend just got her two cats back, One male one female. The male is about 6 years old and we've noticed a real loss of color in his orange coat.. Also, his testicles have a dark discoloration. They're black to be honest.. The female is overly aggressive to the male, my girlfriend and myself....
January 27th 14 09:08 AM
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Sound by Mack A. Damia
Any evidence that loud music hurts cats' ears? I don't mean "blaring" music but reasonably loud. -- ~Cogito ergo errant ego~
January 25th 14 12:26 AM
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Good kitty! by buglady[_2_]
http://www.news-leader.com/article/20140119/NEWS01/301170119/cat-summons-help-Springfield-owner-stroke buglady take out the dog before replying
January 21st 14 07:41 PM
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my cat has a black whisker by John Doe
I'm sure it's not unheard of, but it's the first black whisker I've seen. I suppose it just depends on which pore it comes out of.
January 17th 14 07:12 AM
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Hypoallergenic cats: up to $$57,950 by Stevens Gabriel
I really would like someone to tell me how to stay healthy?....... http://www.mb102.com/lnk.asp?o=6151&c=918273&a=143632
January 12th 14 03:30 AM
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Budgeting Feliway? by [email protected]
Has anyone here successfully plugged their Feliway in for their waking hours and then unplugged it while they sleep? My two beloved puds have the run of my small house and have lived here for over eight years. My larger 10+ year old guy-cat had been ambushing and attacking my smaller 10+ year-old...
January 11th 14 08:45 PM
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cat grass question by Sylvia M[_3_]
My cat was gifted with a CatGrass Planter. The oat and wheat grass is now 4 inches high. I introduced the planter to my cat, an indoor cat. She sniffed once and walked away. I clipped one blade and tried to entice her. Crushed the blade and held it near her nose...no luck She has no idea that it...
January 6th 14 03:54 PM
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