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Viewing all posts found for user Cleo
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Posted on: 8:52:01 PM 3/11/2009

Hey, thanks for the suggestion; but we've tried that already. :(

She's so anxious about it, I can't get close to her nail. I was thinking of getting some type of setative from the vet.

Posted on: 10:15:16 PM 3/10/2009

I put a little warm water in our Chi's kibble and stir it to make a little sauce. She loves it, and it also softens the food some. I don't think it would hurt to mix a little wet food in with the dry to soften it up - plus, she'll probably like it....

Posted on: 10:09:30 PM 3/10/2009

Our 1 year old Chi won't let us clip her nails. She's a rescue and I'm not sure how anyone actually did it, unless they took her to the vet for it. We purchased real good clippers - to detect the right spot, and also a good auto-tool to file them d...

Posted on: 10:01:56 PM 3/10/2009

Thanks for the comments - but since I wrote the inquiry - she's gotten much better. I just don't think anyone has ever fussed over her before (since she is a rescue). She loves taking walks and doesn't mind the sweaters and jackets. She get's cold...

Posted on: 9:36:16 PM 1/1/2009

Put her in the litter, take her paw and scratch the litter for her - to show her that's where she's supposed to go. That's how I trained all my cats for years to use a litter box. Now we have been using a Cat Genie for two years. ITs great!
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Posted on: 9:31:04 PM 1/1/2009

Our Cassie lost her voice a couple years ago. No vet seems to be concerned about it, but then again, she's developed other stomache issues since then, non-diagnosed yet. Cassie would squeek instead of meow. She really has to try hard to get out a ...

Posted on: 9:12:52 PM 1/1/2009

I use "Cat Lax". The cats seem to take it better. I got it from the vet, but I think you can order it off PetMed.com. I hold the cats by the skin on back of the neck, so they can't move, then I spear it inside the side of the mouth, against the te...

Posted on: 9:03:22 PM 1/1/2009

Call the vet! Do you have any pointsettias around from Christmas?

Cats love plants - but many houseplants are poisonious to them.

Posted on: 8:52:55 PM 1/1/2009

Good luck with the trowing up! Our cat has been regergatating her food for quite some time now. Since the spring 2008 she's started it once in a while, it's progressively gotten worse. We had her to the Vet 4 times since spring. Last visit they d...

Posted on: 8:36:12 PM 1/1/2009

Our 1 year old female Chi snares at us when we dress her in a sweater sometimes and/or take it off. She shows her teeth and sometimes looks like she's ready to bite. Don't understand it since it's not all the time. What's going on? We're not hurt...



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