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AlphaTrak test strips by Richard Evans
Anyone know a low-cost source for the subject glucose test strips? The best I've found is online at about $60 plus shipping for 50 strips. I've read that human glucometers will work as well, and have considered trying my own One-Touch meter, but the drop of blood from the cat is way too smal to...
June 13th 08 02:08 PM
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Interesting raccoon story by dgk
I'm in NYC so we don't have too much (animal) wildlife around, but I have had possums visit the backyard. I knew we had raccoons and have glimpsed them in the dark, but today was weird. There was some screeching noise around 4:30 am which I've learned is raccoons. I looked outside but didn't see...
June 13th 08 01:13 PM
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Cat as Our Friend? Is it Possible? by castellor
Love your cats. Its sound easy right? I believe it is as simple as it is. When we love our cats, they definitely will love us back. Don't you know that animals also know how to love and be loved? The more we concern and caring about them, the more they become tame to us. Having a cat
June 13th 08 05:29 AM
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Is fat good for bad kidneys? by jjg
My 14 yo tomcat has a problem. He has been diagnosed by the vet, and he (the vet) recommends less protein. And of course, our cat, being a real cat, does not like potatoes, or vegetables, ... we have found some nutrients which he accepts sometimes, if we mix them with a good amount of...
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June 12th 08 05:32 PM
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June 12th 08 02:50 PM
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Dry Food Nightmare by S H
This is just a heads up and warning to those who own cats, particularly males. It is about my experience with Purina Cat Chow. This is what actually happened to our cat, Overgaard, and what I have learned from my veterinarian and the internet. Let me make this clear though. This is not just...
June 12th 08 03:38 AM
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For adoption by James
I don't usually post adds but 2HuskiesN1LukyMutt 06/06 06:01:47 I thought this was hilarious. It already been flagged but I copied the text. Not sure why it got flagged. I thought it was funny. Clearly a joke meant to make a point Please donít flag me, Iím not a breeder, I swear. My...
June 11th 08 11:59 PM
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food for kidney trouble cat? by bob[_2_]
My old cat has started to have kidney problems. Any food particularly appetizing to cats with this? Regards, Bob
June 11th 08 09:22 PM
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Cat Safe Ink by Cat Protector
Does anyone know of any cat safe ink out there? I'm hoping to capture one of my cats paw prints and put it on paper.
June 11th 08 02:40 PM
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cool jokes, funny and good readings by Preeti
visit http://slipofmind.blogspot.com Thanks Preeti
June 11th 08 09:08 AM
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PING: MaryL - Link request. by -Lost
Hi, MaryL. Would you mind reposting your link that illustrates how you acclimated Holly & Duffy? Thanks! Reference MID: Message-ID: -- -Lost Remove the extra words to reply by e-mail. Don't e-mail me. I am
June 11th 08 04:50 AM
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Goodbye to my Friend. by Mac Cool
Goodbye to my Friend Today my friend went to sleep. He has been having troubles these last few weeks with his heart and today a clot broke loose and paralyzed his back legs. Deeply saddened that our fight was over I took him to the pet hospital where he laid gently in my wife's arms with his...
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June 11th 08 02:24 AM
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high urinary pH - advice needed by Lynne
Hey y'all, Well Levi has been on the Hill's S/D for 5 weeks or so now. He had his urine checked on Friday, and there was no evidence of crystals, but his pH was high again, at 7.65. There were also white blood cells, but not enough to suggest an active infection (and his temperature was...
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June 11th 08 02:17 AM
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need help with diabetic cat by georgepds
My 10 year old 10 pound tuxedo (Bella, neutered male) was just diagnosed with diabetes. The vet says his BG is 400, my wife and I measured it ( first timers... what excitement) at 437 with a one touch ultra mini glucometer this evening. The cat does not like it, but it was not that difficult...
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June 10th 08 09:11 PM
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Declawed cat vs. Non-declawed cat. Should I worry? by -Lost
Declawed cat vs. Non-declawed cat. Should I worry? Let me first say, yes, I feel animals have feelings. Most people like to run their mouth about me worrying too much about my critters and I have decided I can look way beyond that, considering YOU cat people are nicer although much more...
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June 10th 08 02:19 PM
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Feces by James
Should you flush it? If you put it in the garbage it's probably be preserved by the black plastic bag and won't decompose. If you don't wrap it in plastic your fiendly code enforcement officer will get you.
June 10th 08 02:15 PM
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I just checked my cats sugar level by [email protected]
before I (forced fed him), it's 197. He's still very lethargic, doesn't move and doesn't eat unless I force feed him. This is his second day on insulin. Any advice?
June 9th 08 09:13 PM
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Desperately need advice by [email protected]
I posted earlier under "Cat tunnels" and included a link to a product at Drs. Foster & Smith. It's a mesh tunnel that kitty can be in and get some outside time, but be safe. Closed on both ends. My little deaf cat is frantic about trying to get outside, and she's limber and fast....and determined....
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June 9th 08 07:31 PM
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Health Franchise by Winder
ABC News: Health Get health news and information from award-winning journalists and familiar programs like Good Morning America, online and 24/7. ABC News is the source to trust in times like these. http://a.uuload.com/Health.htm Bowflex?? - Fitness Solutions for Home Try a Bowflex ?? home gym for...
June 9th 08 07:15 PM
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OT?: I just want to tell a story about my declawed cat. LONG (and maybe boring). by -Lost
OT?: I just want to tell a story about my declawed cat. LONG (and maybe boring). NOTE: I am not a good "storyteller." I just want to write a bit. Gabby first came to run my life almost a year ago now and one of my first questions arose from the misconceptions taught to me most of my...
June 9th 08 03:43 PM
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