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Old August 7th 08, 10:07 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Kyla =^..^=`
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I've been following your daily updates with the bitties,
How old are they now? They sound so sweet, and silly.
I loved your 'baby purrs' post as well as your latest one too
I hope you're taking pictures.
I do wish cats could stay bitties forever...they are so funny when they're
teensy like that G Wait till you give them a big paper bag to play in.
LOL

Hugs and Purrs back at you
Kyla
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Old August 7th 08, 10:23 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Kyla =^..^=` wrote:

I do wish cats could stay bitties forever...they are so funny when they're
teensy like that G


I don't know... whenever I've had kittens, I've spent the entire time
looking forward to their growing up so the constant noise and destruction
would stop. Sure, they're adorable, but that's just an evolutionary
adaptation so you won't strangle them!

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adulthood? What was I thinking?! ^..^

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Old August 8th 08, 12:41 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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No cluons were harmed when Kyla =^..^=` wrote:
I've been following your daily updates with the bitties,
How old are they now? They sound so sweet, and silly.


I'm guestimating they were born around July 1st, so they should be about 5
weeks old.

I hope you're taking pictures.


Whenever I can, but none this week, due to recent 14-hour workdays.


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Mark
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Old August 8th 08, 11:32 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"Mark Edwards" ...
No cluons were harmed when Kyla =^..^=` wrote:
I've been following your daily updates with the bitties,
How old are they now? They sound so sweet, and silly.


I'm guestimating they were born around July 1st, so they should be about 5
weeks old.


Awwww

I hope you're taking pictures.


Whenever I can, but none this week, due to recent 14-hour workdays.


Yikes! They'll be so glad to see you when you come home
Thank you for your cute updates.

Hugs and Purrs back atcha
Kyla


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Old August 8th 08, 11:48 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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bastXXXette
Kyla =^..^=` :

I do wish cats could stay bitties forever...they are so funny when
they're
teensy like that G


I don't know... whenever I've had kittens, I've spent the entire time
looking forward to their growing up so the constant noise and destruction
would stop. Sure, they're adorable, but that's just an evolutionary
adaptation so you won't strangle them!


LOL

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Joyce - wait, did I say that the noise and destruction would stop with
adulthood? What was I thinking?! ^..^


Yeah, what 'were' you thinking? LOL...j/k
Mine are noisy and destructive, but they know their 'limits' .
Do they follow their 'limits'...nope.
BTW, I'm giving Mosey some of my Fiber Sure powder in his wet food, just a
small amount, because he hates the Laxatone so bad, (I have no clue why) and
the Fiber Sure produces better results It's all natural too. TED says
it's okay for him
Kyla

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Old August 9th 08, 12:36 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Kyla =^..^=` wrote:

BTW, I'm giving Mosey some of my Fiber Sure powder in his wet food, just a
small amount, because he hates the Laxatone so bad, (I have no clue why) and
the Fiber Sure produces better results It's all natural too. TED says
it's okay for him


That sounds better! I'm always leery of laxatives. Over time, they're
pretty nasty, and can cause dehydration, poor nutrition, and dependency.
Better to try a dietary approach, and see if that's effective first. You
can always resort to laxatives if necessary.

Poopy purrs,

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Old August 9th 08, 01:47 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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bastXXXette
Kyla =^..^=` :

BTW, I'm giving Mosey some of my Fiber Sure powder in his wet food, just
a
small amount, because he hates the Laxatone so bad, (I have no clue why)
and
the Fiber Sure produces better results It's all natural too. TED
says
it's okay for him


That sounds better! I'm always leery of laxatives. Over time, they're
pretty nasty, and can cause dehydration, poor nutrition, and dependency.
Better to try a dietary approach, and see if that's effective first. You
can always resort to laxatives if necessary.

Poopy purrs,


Thanks Joyce...LOL @ poopy purrs...sorry.
He poops twice a day now with no blood in the poo.
YAY...that's a good sign.
I use the stuff for the crappy pain meds I have to take.
Dutch puts some of the fiber stuff in my latte.
Kyla.............. ^..^

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Old August 9th 08, 02:48 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Kyla =^..^=` wrote:

He poops twice a day now with no blood in the poo.
YAY...that's a good sign.


That is a good sign! Glad to hear it.

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Old August 9th 08, 04:25 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On Aug 8, 6:48*pm, "Kyla =^..^=`" wrote:
BTW, I'm giving Mosey some of my Fiber Sure powder in his wet food, just a
small amount, because he hates the Laxatone so bad, (I have no clue why) and
the Fiber Sure produces better results *It's all natural too. *TED says
it's okay for him
Kyla


You can also use canned pumpkin which is fibre rich. It is also good
for hairballs.
I read that in a TED column and Rusty's TED also approved it.

I just started Fiber Sure for myself and like it better than
Metamucil.

Winnie


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Old August 10th 08, 12:11 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Winnie wrote:
On Aug 8, 6:48 pm, "Kyla =^..^=`" wrote:
BTW, I'm giving Mosey some of my Fiber Sure powder in his wet food,
just a small amount, because he hates the Laxatone so bad, (I have
no clue why) and the Fiber Sure produces better results It's all
natural too. TED says it's okay for him
Kyla


You can also use canned pumpkin which is fibre rich. It is also good
for hairballs.
I read that in a TED column and Rusty's TED also approved it.

I don't know about cats but my dog Sampson's vet recommended canned pumpkin
for him when I was trying to get him to eat. She seemed to think he'd love
it. He wouldn't touch it. It makes a nice quick human soup when blended
with chicken broth and some spicy (not sweet!) seasonings, though

Jill

 




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