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    On the topic of cats who vomit after eating too...

    On the topic of cats who vomit after eating too fast, I overheard a tip recently from the local pet food store owner: put a tennis ball in the dish (only if it's dry food, of course) and then they...
  2. Thread: adopted Manx

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    Margaret: Harvey's not exactly a lap cat . . ....

    Margaret:

    Harvey's not exactly a lap cat . . . in fact, he pretends to be downright grumpy much of the time. He is the LOUDEST complainer I've ever had, but he is definitely a people cat and...
  3. Thread: adopted Manx

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    Thanks, Spencer! What a beautiful cat you...

    Thanks, Spencer!

    What a beautiful cat you have! Has the same mischievous look as our new Manx, Harvey. Harvey does hop like a bunny -- it's quite endearing. The vet says he's about 1 or 2 years...
  4. Thread: adopted Manx

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    adopted Manx

    We were recently 'adopted' by a stray. He just came up to the window one day and started chatting with our cat. They obviously hit it off, because he moved right in. After checking to see if anyone...
  5. Thread: Cat Liter - Silica

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    I used the silica pearls for a few months before...

    I used the silica pearls for a few months before I switched. The benefits are that you really only need to change it every 2-3 weeks (per cat) and that it is very light-weight and easy to sort...
  6. Thread: immune boosters

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    The reason I ask is that he seems to have...

    The reason I ask is that he seems to have recurring symptoms of an upper respiratory infection. He was already battling an infection when we got him from the SPCA as a kitten, in July, and he's had...
  7. Thread: immune boosters

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    immune boosters

    Has anyone had any experience with using dietary supplements to boost their cat's immune system? I've been told it's dangerous to add anything to a cat's diet since the better commercial cat food is...
  8. Thread: Weak Hind Legs

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    Hello again, Yes, my cat is doing wonderfully....

    Hello again,

    Yes, my cat is doing wonderfully. He still goes to the vet every other month or so for blood work to confirm that the dosage is correct. They finally seemed to hit on the right dosage...
  9. Thread: Weak Hind Legs

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    Hi Chris, I remember 'chatting' with you about...

    Hi Chris,

    I remember 'chatting' with you about Romeo back in July . . . I mentioned in my post that my cat was diagnosed with diabetes about a year and a half ago. The main symptom was weakness in...
  10. Thread: Willy

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    To Willy's 'parents': Your story reminded me...

    To Willy's 'parents':

    Your story reminded me so much of our own cat's battle with diabetes. By the time he was diagnosed, his hind leg muscles were quite emaciated and he was having trouble...
  11. Thread: Outdoor vs. Indoor

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    SpencerTheLion: Thanks so much for the info!...

    SpencerTheLion:

    Thanks so much for the info! Will be sure to check it out.

    Laser pointer, huh? Never thought of that. Bet my cat would go nuts over that. ...
  12. Thread: Outdoor vs. Indoor

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    I, too, agree with Margaret -- our cat is an...

    I, too, agree with Margaret -- our cat is an indoor cat. In our neighbourhood, there is simply too much traffic and too many racoons for him to be safe outside. However, we would very much like to...
  13. Thread: Adult teeth

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    Adult teeth

    How long does it usually take for kittens to get all of their adult teeth? I know that they start getting their permanent teeth between 3-4 months old, but I was wondering how long the whole process...
  14. Thread: Feline Diabetes

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    Our cat Skipper was diagnosed with diabetes over...

    Our cat Skipper was diagnosed with diabetes over a year ago. At the time, he had lost a good deal of weight and his hind leg muscles were quite atrophied (he was getting to the point where he could...
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