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Cats and electronics by RobZip
Two of my cats have developed a real taste for playing with electronic items. Spot has discovered how to jump up on the printer and walk on various buttons to cause it to eject paper. If for some reason he gets it powered up and fails to get a scan or copy action started, he will start rooting...
February 21st 06 02:58 AM
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Siamese's urination habit by [email protected]
I have a Siamese cat whose name is Dexter. He is approximately 10 years old. We welcomed him into our family when he was about 3 or 4. He was in horrible condition -- his nails were not taken care of, his hair was horrible, etc. It took him about 6 months to adjust to us. We moved after having...
February 21st 06 12:13 AM
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Chronic Hypoxia of Islet cell results in Diabetes Mellitus by Mayklub
Chronic Hypoxia of Islet cell results in Diabetes Mellitus The terms of Insulin Resistance/Sensibility should be stopped in use C. T. Zhu Abstract: Etiology of Diabetes mellitus lies in unhealthy habit of dieting and living style, which is very likely to deteriorate the hemorheology. When the...
February 20th 06 07:44 PM
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Vitamin E requirement? by Knack
Want to begin supplementing my kitties' diets with a natural vitamin E complex vitamin. Anyone out there know what the RDA of vitamin E is for an adult cat?
February 20th 06 06:40 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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John Wesley wrote: Who cares? Why is this being posted to alt.pets? The important thing is we have spotted the abuse of house cats in relation to Korey Jerome Kruse. Can't you see how sinister this is? I mean, house cats, bumper stickers, Toyota Tercel pizza wagons and restaurants. Can't you...
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losing fur by hawk
My young cat, about one year old, had a large chunk of his fur come off near his neck, leaving a bare skin area about the size of a quarter What can cause this? There are two other cats in the house. They never go out. Any ideas? Thanks
February 20th 06 02:08 AM
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Vomiting started suddenly, with frequency by jmc
Poor Meep. We drag her off to the vet on Thursday, and though she's fine she was a bit down that afternoon - but normal by night, and normal yesterday. Today, she got a few minutes out in our yard - she's mostly an indoor cat but spends hours out there in summer. Wasn't interested in hours, so...
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February 20th 06 12:05 AM
by jmc Go to last post
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Cats are at risk from Bird flu by Mike
Did you know that Bird flu affects cats as well as birds? Even many tigers have already died in far East from bird flu infection. Cats are at particular risk of course, because they catch birds. More about Bird flu: www.pighealth.com/influenza2.htm As the news breaks this weekend that the world...
February 19th 06 09:58 PM
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Some kind of attack by altheim
Our cat, now about fourteen years old, has recently started having some sort of fit, or attack. Her legs give way, then she rolls about threshing and squealing in agony. This lasts for a few seconds, but then it seems to be over and she gets up and carries on as normal. These fits are now occurring...
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February 19th 06 09:58 PM
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Diaphragmatic Hernia by JJ
Does anyone in this group have any experience with Feline Diaphragmatic Hernia? If you have had the surgical repair done on your cat, could you share with me what was the experience like for the cat? How about the recovery? My Veterinarian made the diagnosis today using xrays. Then she referred...
February 19th 06 03:03 PM
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Question about Littermate by [email protected]
Hopefully someone can help me. I received a donation of two littermate automatic litterboxes (the single cat version). They both came without the adapter. I tried battery use, but they expire very quickly. Can anyone who has a littermate at home look at the adapater and let me know the output...
February 19th 06 02:48 PM
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How to stop a 10 month old cat from spraying in my yard? by michele
My neighbor has an outdoor male kitten (10 months) who sprays anything and everything he walks by, and he is often walking in MY yard !! What can I do about this ? My neighbor says the cat is not spayed, but he plans to have it done. Is it too late to stop this cats spraying behavior ? Thank you...
February 19th 06 10:14 AM
by -L. Go to last post
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CRF & Constipation by Arubalisa
Until I speak to the vet tomorrow, I was wondering if I can give my boy some Petromalt for his constipation. Anyone have experience with vet prescribing Lactulose? How does it work? TIA so much... Lisa http://www.hoosierkitties.com Hoosier Kitties- Resource links for you about your...
February 19th 06 01:42 AM
by jmc Go to last post
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Nimbus by [email protected]
I am building a SATA RAID system and wanted to get the RocketRaid 1820A card. Anyone have any experience with it? Thanks, Nimbus the Cat a href="http://www.knology.net/~mwr3"www.knology.net/~mwr3/a
February 18th 06 11:28 PM
by jmc Go to last post
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Is this behavior strange or normal? by AlexZ
This refers to my friend's cat. Usually she is quite comfortable with me, sits on my lap and lets me play with her. However, once in a while, could even be after having played nice, she gets into this strange mood: She sits crouched and extremely alert as if hunting or being hunted (can't tell). If...
February 18th 06 08:02 PM
by mlbriggs Go to last post
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Does anybody see this? by jmc
If you do, please respond. I think I'm having a problem with my newsgroup provider.
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February 18th 06 02:43 PM
by Switch Go to last post
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best Kitty Litter? by ensoul
we have cats, male, fixed, ayear old indoor cats, we always buy them food for indoor cats got them at the SPCA, even though we have a small place I asked if we sahould have 2 litter boxes, they said yes since some cats don't like sharing....we've tried so many different kinds, have spray called...
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February 18th 06 11:03 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Suddenly, without warning, Beth exclaimed (02-Oct-05 2:47 PM): "Joe Canuck" wrote in message ... Beth wrote: All aggression is fear. All fear is caused by mishandling. I know you're a troll...but that's just ...
February 18th 06 09:06 AM
by Patrick I. McCurry Go to last post
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Help! Cat refusing to move much.... by Linc-thra
He is normally an active cat, and with the other cats we have they are kept moving generally. However, today he laid in the same spot all day. He didn't even move when I picked him up (which is unusual as he doesn't really like being picked up). The most he will do is maybe roll over or lift his...
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February 18th 06 04:48 AM
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Reactions to anasthetic. by TerraCanis
"Fluff" is kind of my step-cat - she's about 14 now, recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and a couple of infected teeth. After a week on antibiotics she had the teeth removed on Monday. She took quite a long time coming round from the anasthetic, and was quite unsteady on her feet at first. ...
February 17th 06 10:07 PM
by TerraCanis Go to last post
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