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Posted on: 2:17:22 AM 9/30/2007

Have you tried a good with no fillers?? Just curious.

Posted on: 2:14:26 AM 9/30/2007

Jen...hope all is going well. Monday seems so far away to find out how your baby is!!! Keep us posted.

Posted on: 12:25:22 AM 9/30/2007

Well? Have you paid??

Posted on: 12:23:06 AM 9/30/2007

Shantelle...where is your mommy?? Can we talk to her?? No you don't have to BUY a cat...and yes you have to feed it for real. Odd.

Posted on: 12:04:17 AM 9/30/2007

I believe dogs and cats have a 6th sense. I've read stories that prove that. Like look at the cat that predicts death in the rest home before it happens and won't leave the patients side until the time comes!! I do believe!!

Posted on: 11:53:02 PM 9/29/2007

Although it sounds funny ( and I did laugh when my vet told me this!) kittens contract chlamydia and it settles in the eyes which cause them to water and get a green infection in them (eye boogers) that can easily be treated with oral antibiotics!!! ...

Posted on: 11:48:10 PM 9/29/2007

Don't you love how people are so off subject in threads??
Well...when I had to put an add in the paper for kittens it read like this, feel free to use and replace words!:
Free kittens to good home
Hand raised, very loving
Must go ...

Posted on: 11:41:17 PM 9/29/2007

Okay...I have recently aquired a stray cat that decided to have kittens on a piece of furniture that my mother was coming to get the next day. Well, needless to say it's still out there with kittens taking over!! It's an antique dry sink that sits up...

Posted on: 11:31:03 PM 9/29/2007

I just posted a thread with the same thing!! My baby licks himself until the hair is gone from one spot. Then it's raw and then turns all scabby!! The benadryl helps the licking and relieves him...but then I have to worry about the hotspots!!! I'm tr...

Posted on: 11:29:01 PM 9/29/2007

So, I bought some sulfodene today for my ragdolls hotspots...has anyone tried this? Does it work??

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