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General › Cat
Posted on: 10:35:46 PM 1/5/2006

Yes she is in heat. Definately don't let her out. Get her spayed as soon as you can. Female cats in heat can make your lifefa holy terror! They'll scream all night!

Posted on: 10:22:43 PM 1/5/2006

Culling is killing.

Posted on: 10:10:05 PM 1/5/2006

I heard that vets can do a pregnancy test now. I can see it in mine when they are right about 1 month pregnant. But they are small breed and I know every inch of their body like the back of my hand so I quickly notice a slight tummy difference and ...

Posted on: 9:51:04 PM 1/5/2006

IF he does happen to be a double dapple, no matter what he is bred to, ALL the pups in the entire litter will be dapples. Double dapples can only produce dapple offspring. If female you breed him to is dapple and throws that gene then you have a do...

Posted on: 5:23:28 PM 1/5/2006

I once had a young beagle who had ulcers due to kidney failure. Kidney failure due to undiagnosed addisons disease. When my vet seemed unsure of what was going on, we t...

Posted on: 5:03:52 PM 1/5/2006

I forgot to mention that I have an adult choc./tan dapple, could post a pic if you need to see it. Piebalds do not carry the lethal gene as dapples do, so you do not risk the double dapple health issues if you breed dapple to piebald no matter how ...

Posted on: 4:44:30 PM 1/5/2006

Yes, he is definately choc./tan dapple! What a cutie! Here is two links, the first goes into major detail about colors and patterns and explains what other colors and patterns can produce what. The second link has actual photos, one that looks just...

Posted on: 8:14:55 PM 1/4/2006

Have it repaired at the same time you have her spayed, if you intend to. My vet says that if it's just the size of your pinky finger tip, that it should be fine left alone.

Posted on: 8:10:08 PM 1/4/2006

Is he dappled at all? Just asking because the blue eye is not a fault in the dapples.

Posted on: 8:04:42 PM 1/4/2006

First of all she was probably trying to determine if you were a new client which would let them know they needed additional info upon your arrival. When I call my vet's office for an appointment to bring in a new one they ALWAYS ask the age." Requi...

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