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Zoom Groom brush by Angela
These are excellent brushes. I send one home with rabbits who are adopted from me. The cats love them too, and Dean keeps one on the end table to brush the cats. Angela (Aol.com doesn't hop!) A HREF="http://www.rabbitadoption.org" Rabbit & Small Animal Adoptions/A HREF Rabbits & small animals...
July 3rd 03 02:15 PM
by Rene Go to last post
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hydrating cats..is it a good or bad idea to reuse iv sets?? by jeffrey kramer
hi everybody subject line asks it all id like to reuse ivsets to save $$$ unless people in general think that it compromises relative sterility too much many thanx jeffrey kramer p.s. if responders could send a copy to my email address i'd
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July 3rd 03 01:15 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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Time to put her down? by MacCandace
I work for an organization that trains and provides working dogs. Now I am eligible to join the staff sitting program, and help get different dogs out of the kennel environment into a home environment each night :) That's cool. I used to know a seeing eye dog very well and she was a...
July 3rd 03 04:36 AM
by MacCandace Go to last post
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hot cat ears by Fat Freddy
ears and paw pads can get hot when they're excited and happy... What a pleasant suprise to find that this thread is about happy cats. I thought it was one of those troll posts about recipies for cooking kitties.
July 3rd 03 04:35 AM
by Liz Go to last post
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Roundworm by Gail
I would wait for the meds recommended by the vet. I would not worm with over the counter meds. Gail "Cheryl" wrote in message ... I just discovered that Bonnie has a belly full of roundworms. She had a dose of Drontal when she was spayed...
July 3rd 03 03:55 AM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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introducing kitten to dog behaviors by mel
Hi. Have a 2 yr old Westie and am slooowly inroducing her to new male kitten ~9 weeks. I am leashing dog and correcting when dog lunges etc. Dog seems excited and not aggressive no barking or growling. Cat sees dog and will avoid but not cower or hide. I want them to get to know each other but the...
July 2nd 03 08:57 PM
by k Go to last post
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growth on kitty by Franki Pearson
Hi! This evening I was giving my kitty, Sniper, some love and cuddles and discovered a growth on her back. It is about the size of the tip of my pinky finger and it appears "lumpy", and it is skin colored. It is not attached to the bone and it doesn't appear to bother him, even when I poke at...
July 2nd 03 08:48 PM
by k Go to last post
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Itsy bitsy kitty litter box in carrier? by Sara
I'm trying to acclimate my two cats to carriers in preparation for a trip that will take 7-8 hours, sometime this autumn. The girls have separate carriers. The smaller kitty will be in the intermediate size Kennel Cab and the bigger one will be in a large carrier of the same brand. Since I will...
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July 2nd 03 08:38 PM
by k Go to last post
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Hill's T/D carbs? by Janet Peerson
In article , Steve Crane wrote: 3. Carbohydrates have nothing what so ever to do with diabetes or renal failure. 4. The most tested and clinically proven method of managing diabetes is a high fiber diet. The new low...
July 1st 03 09:35 PM
by Janet Peerson Go to last post
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Is this true about Iams? by default
well, all foods have some fat/calories in them -- the fats are what make them tasty most cats can eat iams and not gain weight. However, some cats cannot regulate themselves very well...so its up to us humans to give them their daily ration(preferably broken up over multiple feedings) so you can...
July 1st 03 04:44 PM
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Need advice - Drying fur after a bath by David S.
"Lyn" wrote in message ... off again afterward. Don't bathe her more often than once a month - it makes them too dry-skinned. Not a problem since the prednisone. Besides, there is NO way we could wait that long...
July 1st 03 02:57 PM
by David S. Go to last post
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Feeling Good... by Dee
All in all, things are going pretty well around here! I'm working on my donations pick-ups for alley cat rescue at work, have managed to work in a little raw chicken liver into all the cat's (well...maybe not Misty's!) canned foods, and, amagingly enough, h0p is doing much better! I thought I saw...
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July 1st 03 02:53 PM
by David S. Go to last post
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Self Mutilation (Long) by Troy
I'm sorry to hear about poor Java, I can sympathise as my cat Joe had a dreadful problem a couple of years ago when, for no noticeable reason he started scratching at his nose until he was raw and literally dripping blood. Vets (3 different ones) were at a loss as to the problem. Joe eventually saw...
July 1st 03 01:34 PM
by PawsForThought Go to last post
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ears and nose problems... by Karen Chuplis
in article , neil tupper at wrote on 6/28/03 7:28 PM: Hello; I've recently noticed that my cat has strange bumps on the outside area, (the tip) of one ear, and along her nose. They are underneath the fur, (there's...
June 29th 03 03:09 AM
by Elaine Rene Go to last post
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Ragdoll eating only a little bit by Marcel
LS, our 2 year old female Ragdoll has been eating very little for months now. She used to have a healthy appetite, but since last February she doesn't really like to eat. We've been trying all kinds of food (only dry food, she never touched canned food, even when she had an appetite). We took her...
June 28th 03 11:04 PM
by k Go to last post
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Do you have pics of your cats online?? by Cheryl
Cat Protector wrote: Apparently none of you are metaphysical and thinking too human. Do you fear that my theory might be true. I for one have a relationship with my cats and have found on many occasions when I try to pick up my cat Jade and kiss her on the head or hug her, she meows as if...
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June 24th 03 04:28 AM
by Tara Go to last post
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Take your bickering elsewhere (was: Do you have pics of your cats online??) by Stacey
We like to pride ourselves that this group, rec.pets.cats.anecdotes, is a nice, friendly group and we live quite nicely without unpleasant, argumentative threads in our daily lives... so if y'all are going to continue this arguement, please do so in private, or somewhere else. Stacey (Who only...
June 23rd 03 06:20 PM
by elizabeth Go to last post
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Do you have pics of your cats online?? by Agua Girl
"Cat Protector" wrote in message news:bqoJa.68002$Dr3.18375@fed1read02... Apparently none of you are metaphysical and thinking too human. Do you fear that my theory might be true. I for one have a relationship with my cats and have found on many occasions when I try to...
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June 23rd 03 05:31 PM
by Agua Girl Go to last post
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