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x-posted Oct. 31st, 2006 @ 07:23 am
mieliefish
okay some would not find this amusing but some would .... and it is a magnet after all, and what is funny is it looks like my Nukunuku and luckily it is not !


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We Are the Presidents- A Photo Post Oct. 20th, 2006 @ 09:39 am
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catshot Oct. 20th, 2006 @ 06:51 am
mieliefish
x-posted, I keep on forgetting about this wonderful community, just a photo I did which is of my female kitty Nuku nuku, she did not really do anything wrong , at the time I just thought it is a kewl concept :) hehe

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illness - help! Oct. 18th, 2006 @ 02:12 am
amethyst_heart
Ron (my middle baby, 1 year old) developed an eye infection and an upper respiratory infection.... I took him to the vet's office and got some medicine for him. They told me if my other cats caught his symptoms that they'd supply me with more medication.

Abby (my eldest, 2 years old) and my youngest (Mio, 6 months) have developed upper respiratory infections as well. Abby also caught the eye infection.

Mio is doing just fine as far as I can tell, and Ron is quickly improving, but Abby seems to be doing worse than when we started her on the medication.

She's been coughing and sneezing uncontrollably, she looks emaciated and frazzled.... This is extermely alarming because she is already small and a bit underweight for her age... she never eliminates outside the litter box, but yesterday, she peed all over a basket full of clean clothes. Also, I don't know if this makes a difference, but Abby was a runt and slightly underdeveloped. We found out when she was spayed that she has only one kidney and half a uterus.

We figured she was feeling sick and weak because she wasn't eating/drinking well, so we shut her in a room by herself with a can of tuna and a fresh bowl of water. After a while, she did eat and drink a bit, and she looked a little better, but she still has a fever.

I know we can't give her aspirin or Tylenol or anything of that sort.... is there anything to give a cat for fever? Any other advice you can give me?

I greatly appreciate any input.

-Nik

P.S. Can any of these things be passed to ferrets? We have 2.

Feline Acne Sep. 18th, 2006 @ 05:30 pm
blkali
Ok, my kitten Gabriel has feline acne, he is four months old. I've tried cleaning it everyday with peroxide, changing his bowl and his diet but nothing works. I've recently found that the reason why his acne may not be healing is becuase he keeps re-infecting it by scratching at it so much. What can I do to keep him from scratching his acne? And are there any other feline acne remedies that I can try?

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I have two kitties around the age of 5-6 months.  One male one female (both spayed/neutered already).
My little boy cat has begun pooping/peeing in inappropriate places.  He's been pissing in the bathtub for a while now and I've tried spraying vinegar, dish soap, and lemon juice in there to get him to stop.. which it DOES but unfortunately only for a short time period, during which he'll simply use the SINK instead.
I'm terribly frustrated.
I have a small apartment and getting another litter box is my last resort.
My concern is that perhaps my girl kitty is harassing him away from using the litter box.
I'm trying different litter varieties to see if maybe I just need to find the proper litter for him.  Started iwth regular clay litter (non-clumping, which was advised by the vet because clumping litters "are hazardous to kittens who may try to eat their poop"), then moved onto Feline Pine which I wasn't thrilled by, and am now onto Swheatscoop (the wheat stuff), which has been alright.. but he's still going to the bathroom everywhere!
I finally moved the litter box out of the bathroom outright (I had lofty goals of toilet training them... my girl was doing fine but my boy obviously set me back).

Suggestions?  What can I do?  Is it common for kitties to get posessive about their litter boxes?  Why is he going to the bathroom in the tub/sink?
I only JUST moved the litter box so I have yet to see if he'll simply poop or pee elsewhere.

Thanks in advance!
» Nuku Nuku the queen :) x-posted


cleaning herself the bodacious beasty !
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I am posting this in all pet communities because I think this is informative for pet lovers. If you would like it deleted please just say so.

I advise you do NOT buy from tagxpress.com / pet-id-tags.com

I recently bought two pet ID tags online from tagxpress.com / pet-id-tags.com, the lettering is uneven, some of the letters are so close together they touch & the brand new out of the envelope tags already have scratches on them. Because I was so unhappy with the product that I received, I emailed the company asking to be able to return the product & be refunded & this is how it went.Collapse )
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i am having problems with my cat not getting along with neighboring kitties. more information is behind the cut. suggestions would be extremely helpful!
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My wild "porch cat" Brazen had her kittens. I caught her and proceeded to crawl around under the house with a flashlight looking for kittens. They're only a few days old, so they're not even mewing to help me out. Their eyes aren't open yet to reflect the flashlight. I'm frustrated and covered in mud. I have no clue what to do, because they're probably in the places I can't get to. The idea was to raise the kittens inside the house with Brazen. But on the day I could finally take her to the vet she disapeared. Fucking cats. Once I turn her loose she won't want anything to do with me, and the kittens will grow up feral. If I can't find the kittens before dark though I'll have to turn her loose so they don't starve.
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