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Posted on: 7:31:21 PM 7/15/2008

If her belly is swollen and she scratches you when you touch it that is not the normal signs of a pregnant cat. When my cats are expecting, they LOVE to have their bellies rubbed and scratched. I think you have something else going on here besides ...

Posted on: 7:04:27 PM 7/15/2008

What breed of cat is this? I have never heard of a cat going into heat at 4 months of age. I guess it's not impossible, but I find it highly unlikely.

Posted on: 2:14:34 PM 11/2/2005

lpn..."human" milk? I doubt she's giving the cat breast milk. If so, she must have about 40 breasts to be feeding the cat that much in one day. LOL. I think she's probably giving the cat cow's milk.

Posted on: 11:04:21 AM 11/2/2005

Yes, it's nothing but a myth that cats need milk. It is actually NOT good for them. Most can't digest it properly. There are milk substitutes made, like the Catsip that was already mentioned. You really should stop giving your cat milk.

Posted on: 6:45:05 PM 10/31/2005

Here are phone numbers that will connect your directly to the pet desk/cargo for Continental and Delta:

Continental: 1-800-575-3335
Delta: 1-888-736-3738

They answer just about any question you have, and can te...

Posted on: 3:58:54 PM 10/31/2005

I completely agree with Peppersmom. PLEASE don't get your cat declawed.

Posted on: 7:53:34 PM 10/29/2005

Sorry, that posted twice

***Edited By: househermit on 10/29/2005 7:54:28 PM***
Reason: double posted

Posted on: 7:50:26 PM 10/29/2005

I want to address two different questions here. I haven't been able to find a quote feature on this site, so if there is one I don't know where it is. Anyway, YES you most definitely CAN overdose an animal by giving it too much frontline or Advan...

Posted on: 9:03:25 PM 10/28/2005

Sounds like he is only about 8-9 weeks old. Please don't expect too much from him. He's just a baby. Most puppies really can't grasp the idea of potty training until they are at least 12-16 weeks old (depending on the breed). Just be patient wit...

Posted on: 7:46:10 PM 10/28/2005

If your dog is young and is not overweight and he is acting overly tired after a walk, I would suggest having his heart checked out. A young, normal weight dog should not be acting overly tired after a normal walk. Could be heart issues.

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