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danielwills, whisperinghills

Viewing all posts found for user meowmy
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Posted on: 6:49:22 PM 8/19/2008

We had a kitty whos pads were cracked from sleeping on a heating pad so we rubbed veggie oil on them. Try that and see what happens.

Posted on: 6:44:41 PM 8/19/2008

Your cat is having a severe allergic response to the flea toxin. Even though these products say they are safe for cats they are usually too strong. Get him to a vet immediately before his lungs are too full of fluid for them to help him.

Posted on: 6:33:52 PM 8/19/2008

How do you know that it was a clot? Could it be a spider bite? or a snake bite? If it truly is a clot and you did not take it to the vet, it may be to late to treat it. So sorry for your kitty. I hope it recovers.

Posted on: 4:00:02 PM 8/19/2008

Peaches, thanks for the info on the prolapsed rectum. I don't know what the vet said because the kitten is at the fosters. I have a meezer with a sensitive tummy and I find that the Whiskas Temptations Hairball Control works well. The package says...

Posted on: 11:24:09 AM 8/18/2008

I am going to get a rescue kitty, but have just been informed she has a prolapsed rectum. I was told the vet said it should resolve by itself. Should I be worried? Is this going to be a lifetime, recurring problem? What about parasites?

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