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Posted on: 12:26:47 PM 1/19/2009

Oh funny! Love it!

Posted on: 12:16:50 PM 1/19/2009

Oh how sad! When the weather gets cold like this I can't bear to think of these poor little animals outside in it.

It has been really cold here the last few days. I...

Posted on: 11:36:24 AM 1/10/2009

This is the technique I have always used to introduce animals to each other. It's always worked well for me, but of course you can tweak it if you need.

Put them in separate rooms at first. It would probably be easiest to keep the dog in...

Posted on: 8:13:02 PM 1/6/2009

I think she is referring to a home-made exfoliator, like for your face. There are lots of home-made, all natual recipes out there. I use honey and brown sugar once in a while, or baking soda and my favorite mosturizer.

I could be wrong, ...

Posted on: 8:05:14 PM 1/6/2009

I just think normal is such a relative term, and I hesitate to use it for anyone, including myself. I am very proud that I am far from "normal". Hehehe.

The heiarchy thing is something I read in a book...

Posted on: 6:57:07 PM 1/4/2009

eating plants that are toxic can cause pupil dialation, and it could take several days for the dialation to go back down. The squinting is from too much light coming into kitties eyes from the dialated pupils. The third eyelid being visible was pro...

Posted on: 5:48:58 PM 1/4/2009

It sounds like it is probably feline herpes of the eye, a very common and very contageous cat disease. A vet can give you eye drops or ointment to treat the symptoms, but there is no cure and the virus will continue to lay dormant in the cat's syste...

Posted on: 5:15:02 PM 1/4/2009

Boys will be boys I guess!

Posted on: 5:02:44 PM 1/4/2009

The lethargy and the fact that you can see his third eyelid some worries me. Is he still eating okay? Has he had any vomiting, loose stools, or weight loss? It can be hard to tell if a cat has lost weight because of their fluff.

What of...

Posted on: 4:52:08 PM 1/4/2009

Sorry hun, but having pets means having vet bills. The growth could be a tumor, cyst, or infection under the skin. It could be benign, or it could be something serious. Only the vet can tell for sure. See if your vet will offer payment plans. Ma...

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