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Do cats get the flu? My cat is sick :(



 
 
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Old October 24th 04, 01:47 AM
Mary
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"ceb2" wrote

Neither do I. But I do recall that this Teri spoke out defending a vet

who
ACCIDENTALLY declawed my friend's cat.


I really probably shouldn't get involved in this in light of my history

here, but an accidental declaw doesn't suprise me much.

It was sadder still because they are sisters and play together, so now my
friend has to worry about one hurting the other. Although there have been no
problems except the declawed sister pees all over everything.


 




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