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OT SS numbers by ---MIKE---
Does anyone know a site that would tell me who belongs to a social security number? -MIKE
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July 17th 03 09:52 PM
by David S. Go to last post
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Cat stopped eating by TopCat
My kitty, a 3 year old spayed Maine coon mix is a full time indoor cat, but in the last month or so I've been taking her for walks in the yard in a harness. Occasionally during her walks she'll nibble on grass and sometimes she'll throw up a few hours afterwards. She is pretty long-haired,, so...
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July 17th 03 07:53 PM
by CityKitty Go to last post
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Puppy potty training by The Puppy Wizard
HOWEDY tara o., "Tara O." wrote in message ... "LytaA" wrote in message ... Hi all, Just got myself a 7 week puppy - gorgeous etc. ...
July 17th 03 05:50 PM
by The Puppy Wizard Go to last post
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How us cats train humans HAIRBALLS by dgk
On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 16:16:18 +0000 (UTC), "Pussy Cat" wrote: Hair-balls are the best way of punishing your humans for not grooming you. Throw up where a sleepy human will have a surprise - near the bed, by the coffee machine, near the fridge or on the stiars! Or in the...
July 17th 03 03:34 PM
by Pussy Cat Go to last post
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Quantity Cats - Quality Food by [email protected]
I belong to a rescue group that fosters pets. We have alarge number of cats and I was wondering if anyone knows a good quality food that isn't expensive. Unfortunately our monetary donations are down but not the pet donations. Everyone in the group has a different opinion of the best food.
July 17th 03 11:01 AM
by Sherry Go to last post
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Anal sac and polyp problem by Juls
Hi everybody. Dmitri and Jack are still TOTALLY in love and send their warmest wishes and headbutts to everyone! I apologize for not being around more often, just have been way too busy with stuff. Jack is the happiest boy in the world....just so incredibly happy and content. Dmitri too. (And Jack...
July 17th 03 08:35 AM
by Juls Go to last post
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Licking glass by Glenn
My mother's cat has been exhibiting some strange behavior. He likes to lick plastic and glass. Could this be a form of pica? He exhibits some other pica-like behavior -- he likes to eat ribbons, which are certainly not good for him. Assuming this is pica, I've heard it's good to offer them...
July 17th 03 05:03 AM
by Judy Go to last post
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To Megan and Mary - O'Malley/Xena (long) by Andr0meda
Dear Megan and Mary, Many Thanks for taking so much of your time and your trouble to help me make my two cats friends for life. I really appreciate all your help. After reading your posts under "O'Malley-Hercules & Xena......." and Mary's email, I have done some thinking. First of all, even before...
July 17th 03 03:15 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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cat scratching furniture by [email protected]
P.D wrote: I have 3 cats and they destroyed the furniture we had in our old place (scratched the crap out of the couch, etc). Besides using "Soft Paws" is there any other products that will help in keeping the cats away from the sofa's? From what you have written it is apparent that you...
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July 16th 03 11:53 PM
by CityKitty Go to last post
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Cat Sneaking Into Hallway at apartment complex by Jessica W
I have a 4 year old Persian cat who has always been an indoor cat. We've had him since he was about 12 weeks old. We have moved 3 times since we first got him. He's an "only cat." We do have plenty of places for him to get sun and he has plenty of things to keep him occupied. The issue that I'm...
July 16th 03 11:01 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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Do kittens hiccup? by Niels Peter
wombn wrote: Timmy seems to hiccup quite a bit. (3 months old) Has Timmy been dewormed? -- Niels Peter www.bluewhite.dk
July 16th 03 06:53 PM
by Yngver Go to last post
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What is she saying? by Rebecca B
I know our 3 year old cat does this to us, especially in the morning, sort of a wake up call! Can be a bit startling, but I can think of worse ways to be woken up. Becky
July 16th 03 04:58 PM
by Priscilla H Ballou Go to last post
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kitten alwasys sleeping and a few other questions by Gail
Has she been playing less since she got the dewormer? The kitten is under weight and probably is more fragile as a result. She should be thoroughly checked over to make sure nothing else is wrong with her. I would feed high quality dry and canned food. Feed her small amounts frequently and...
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July 16th 03 04:41 PM
by Bill Go to last post
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Cat coughs and a slug appears? by [email protected]
Weathermoon wrote: I was wondering if any one else has had an indoor outdoor cat that has sneezed violently 5-8 times, coughed and out appears a slug like creature. Did he eat a slug? (Knowing Rikki, he probably did). Or, Was it still moving? I once had a shaded...
July 16th 03 02:12 PM
by DB Go to last post
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Pining by Karen Chuplis
I'm soooo sorry to hear this :((((( Red will need extra attention for a while. I would think about leaving the television or radio on too, while you are out. Eventually you will want to introduce a new companion. I just feel awful for both you and Red :( My deepest condolences. Karen "DB"...
July 16th 03 12:43 PM
by rainyseason Go to last post
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O'Molley-Hercules & Xena....pls, wish us luck! (Long) by Andr0meda
Hi....... The big day has arrived; I am adopting another kitty!!!!!!!! Xena is getting a brother, a 5-year old Red Burmese named O'Molley. He comes to us by recommendation of our Vet, from a marriage split-up. He has just acquired another name of Hercules (from me), to match Xena. O'Molley-Hercules...
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July 16th 03 09:20 AM
by MaryL Go to last post
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O'Malley-Hercules & Xena....setback:( by [email protected]
Andromeda wrote: Dr Raoul says that I should pick up Xena and let Hercules out; they will fight but I should let them sort it all out themselves. Your vet may be good with medical stuff, but he is clearly not knowledgeable about cat behavior. I wouldn't do this, especially the way Xena is...
July 16th 03 08:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Crying kitty/introducing new kitten to cat by Fred
We adopted a new kitten a couple days ago. She is approx. 9 weeks old. We also have a 1-1/2 year old female cat who we have had since she was a kitten. Two issues: 1. The kitten won't stop crying. We have her staying in one of our extra bedrooms. Her litter box, food, and toys are all there...
July 16th 03 08:11 AM
by SongSylvan Go to last post
6 1,730
Kitten-Dog Integration Question by Messalina
I got two kittens, a 12 week old brother and sister, 2 weeks ago. We let them loose in the house while we're home, and confine them in the bathroom with their catbox during the day. This is because we have a 9 year old lame pug who still intimidates them a bit (they jump if he makes a false move,...
July 16th 03 04:33 AM
by Purplecat Go to last post
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Also......... by Kalyahna
"dave johnson" wrote in message ... Anyone here have cats currently taking phenobarbitone or similar drugs to control seizures? What are your findings? My little cat has idiopathic epilepsy, and has recently been...
July 16th 03 03:29 AM
by Kalyahna Go to last post
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