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Posted on: 8:59:35 PM 10/12/2007

I have a 2 year old cat that I found under my front porch when it was just a baby and he has always been very jumpy and kind of neurotic. Any sudden movement makes him jump and he doesn't like to be held for very long at all. Never has. We may be m...

Posted on: 8:50:21 PM 10/12/2007

Awwww, what a cutie! Puppies and babies....who can resist them!

Posted on: 8:40:15 PM 10/12/2007

How anybody can get their kicks out of doing something like this just baffles me.

Posted on: 8:45:57 PM 10/11/2007

Wandering_Spirit, I give her Purina Puppy Chow, but it got a bad rating on Wileys list, so we are going to look into getting her something better.

Posted on: 8:44:39 PM 10/11/2007

Thanks Wiley. You've been a big help. I'm sure she will love the eggs. There isn't much she doesn't like.

Posted on: 8:05:33 PM 10/11/2007

How many times a week do you suggest I give her the eggs to start out? I REALLY don't want to have to clean up doggie runs.

Posted on: 7:39:33 PM 10/11/2007

Hadn't thought of that. Maybe if I crush the shell up real fine it won't hurt anything. I brush her almost everyday with an undercoat rake and a wire slicker brush. She doesn't have any bare spots, but it sure seems like her hair is thinner on the...

Posted on: 7:19:14 PM 10/11/2007

Thanks everybody. I'll definitely think about upgrading her food and start giving her the raw egg. I'm sure she'll love that, she digs the shells out of the garbage anyway! Appreciate all the great advice. I'd be lost without you.

Posted on: 12:02:37 PM 10/7/2007

Thanks Catdogmom and doggydaddy. Your advice is great. I've got the sticky rollers and they do work great, but, of course, you can go through those very quickly. I checked out the Furminator online and it looks like I will be getting one those alo...

Posted on: 11:09:11 PM 10/6/2007

It's not red and flaky, but she does have quite a few little scabs where she has itched herself and chewed. The vet said she probably just has dry skin or my carpet powder was could be causing her to itch. I've read that goldens have skin problems....

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