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Jungle gym out of carpet wrapped PVC tubing? by Joe
(---MIKE---) wrote: It would be easier (and better) to wrap the PVC with sisal rope. I will try that some time. I am going with carpet wrapped 2x4s this time. Something is needed for the joints. Sisal rope sounds like a good idea. Thanks. I wonder what is the risk of...
July 11th 03 05:53 PM
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cats w/heart mumors need info plz by Angela Green
I need more info about cats with heart mumors. What I need to know is, is this passed down through the genes? Also can someone tell me how do you tell the signs of a heart mumor in a cat so it can be taken to a Vet. Also is a heart mumor common in siamese? thanks in advance, Angela
July 10th 03 11:10 AM
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When is it time? (Kinda long) by Suzie-Q
I have to decide whether or not to put down my 19-year-old cat, Bubba. His littermate, Dufus, died of natural causes in February. Until then, Bubba seemed fine, but now he's getting thinner and weaker day by day. He eats and drinks as much as he ever did. He poops and pees the normal amount. As I...
July 7th 03 01:55 PM
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One very dead and very stupid rat by Bill Meredith
A neighbor of mine with birds in a back screen encloser, always complained about being overrun with rats to me, and kept asking me if I had a similar problem. I told him that my 5 cats had access to my back screen in area and it would take a very stupid rat indeed to enter an area with five...
July 7th 03 12:20 PM
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Soft Paws by [email protected]
In rec.pets.cats.health+behav Tara wrote: This, IMO, is more the equivalent of asking how to go about dealing with a dog who is particularly hard to housebreak. Some dogs housebreak easily, some are incredibly difficult. Just because someone is having a harder time...
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July 3rd 03 06:13 PM
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Soft Paws by Liz
Or people who just leave tehir pets outside the whole time and just feed it. Makes me wonder why they even have a pet. Alice That is quite common here. People will feed roaming animals, treat them if they need medical care, but they will not take the animal in, they don't consider it their...
July 1st 03 08:16 AM
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Kitty-Cam by Kris Dockter
Didn't see that my prior post was listed. We acquired a better domain for Kitty-Cam and have moved to: http://www.kittycam.net/ Thanks for looking!
June 30th 03 10:52 AM
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