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Viewing all posts found for user stitchescats
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Posted on: 6:16:16 PM 3/12/2008

There will be no worms in the urine, but perhaps she has a tape worm and the tape worm became detached from the rectum. How big was the worm? Tape worms are usually the length of a grain of rice/or an inch. It if was bigger, probably round worm. ...

Posted on: 9:02:30 AM 3/4/2008

Just remember kittens are destructive. They do not realize their nails are out when they are playing. You did not mention how old your children are. If they are tots, then be very careful. They will scratch, but not meaning to. They learn aroun...

Posted on: 8:52:29 AM 3/4/2008

My Himmie had this. I also use only ceramic dishes.
I did bring her to my vet, and he gave me a analog ointment which is the same and an antibiotic cream. So if you can put a little neosporin on it. It did take a few weeks to clear up.

Posted on: 6:46:07 PM 12/27/2007

A kittens digestive tract is very sensitive. Any switching of foods will cause diarrhea. So if the kitten is getting to the adult cat food and the dogs food. That is what is causing it. Also parasites, make sure you have the kitten dewormed by a ...

Posted on: 5:56:39 PM 11/28/2007

Happy they are fine, but I am surprised they let you take them home the same day! I am sure they are still loopey.
Anyway, glad all is well.

Posted on: 6:17:31 PM 11/27/2007

Your feelings are like everyone elses. You're not a crazy cat lady. You are just a lady that loves her babies!! They might have to spend the night at the vets. Might I suggest when you get them home, keep them quiet. Don't overplay, like making t...

Posted on: 8:40:54 PM 11/23/2007

A cat can live many years with lukemia. If the cat was put down just because it had it is no excuse. So I am going to assume the cat was very ill, leading me to believe the cat already had the disease as a kitten. The immune system is very low, so...

Posted on: 4:20:18 PM 11/10/2007

Kudos for taking him in!! You should not bring another cat into the home unles that cat is also FIV positive. It can be transmitted from one cat to another. So don't let this one outside. He can make your neighborhood cats also FIV. His immune s...

Posted on: 5:47:06 PM 10/4/2007

Kitten are notorious for being very active. Please watch your electrical cords, computer cords. He will be going through a teething phase. If you see him go to the cords, wrap aluminum foil around them. You are protecting him from electrical shoc...

Posted on: 8:31:33 PM 8/31/2007

You can bring in diseases on your shoes. Remember hearing about Parvo with puppies? You could carry it in on your shoes. There is a disease called panleukepenia that is similiar for cats. It can kill a kitten within hours and an adult cat in less...

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