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Posted on: 11:13:19 AM 4/13/2011

Mineral oil is not terribly effective, especially if you have an infestation of multiple pets. The safest most effective treatment would be to take them all to your vet and have them do a presciption treatment. Untreated mites can lead to a bad infec...

Posted on: 11:00:47 AM 4/13/2011

American shorthair is actually a pure bred cat so I would say kitty number one is a Domestic Shorthair and Kitty number 2 is a Domestic Long Hair. How old was kitty 2 when he was taken from his litter? If it was before 8 weeks then yes, that is too s...

Posted on: 8:05:01 AM 3/18/2011

Persians are very sensitive little critters. I have 8 of them. It is possible that he has some sort of allergies that may be causing hair loss. He might be allergic to something in his food, the scent in your cat litter or anything else that would ca...

Posted on: 7:50:16 AM 3/18/2011

I would discuss a diet plan with your vet. Weight loss should be done gradually and it depends on her frame as far as how much she should weigh. The "suggested" amounts on the bag are generic and vary from cat to cat. One of my persians is only 5.5 l...

Posted on: 2:30:45 PM 1/19/2011

It is possible that she has Irritable Bowel Syndrome or else is allergic to some of the ingredients in her food. If you are not up for having her tested at the vet for allergies. Then I would try feeding her a food designed for sensitive tummies or a...

Posted on: 2:10:12 PM 8/10/2010

I would suggest geting a second opinion from a "cats only" vet. Have copies of the current records faxed over so they know what tests have already been done. My Chelsea was diagnosed as hyperthyroid which is pretty rare in a 2 year old cat. The pills...

Posted on: 9:34:11 AM 11/21/2009

Well, there is a good chance that the loose poop is caused by some sort of parasite and the only way to fix that is to take a stool sample to the vet and get medicine if necessary. However, you also need to be sure that you are feeding her a good qua...

Posted on: 6:52:31 AM 9/14/2009

I have to question the "no poisons in home". There are so many things that are toxic to cats that you would never even think about. Houseplants might seem harmless but a large list of them are toxic to cats.

Posted on: 4:31:29 PM 9/13/2009

That depends on how bad the tartar is already. Beyond the cost, I am concerned with anesthesia for something like a dental cleaning. I am hoping to avoid that because I have a hard enough time getting through the worry filled day when my babies are s...

Posted on: 7:52:54 AM 9/8/2009

Crying through the Early show this morning. The cat is ok now but some people broke into the people's house and after ransacking the house and stealing everything they stabbed the cat 3 times and broke off the knife in him. MY GOD!! What on earth ha...

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