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2012-05-04 09:31:02 PM

The Ice Queen: yellowcat: laulaja: [i.imgur.com image 463x600]
Illustr for article from Tufts U Veterinary Medicine Fall 2011 mag, called "Ain't Misbehavin'" with wee horns on 1st a & tail coming out of rt side of last n. Ward Schumaker is the artist, Genevieve Rajewski wrote. Sub-head, "with professional help, you can transform your bad kitty inton a mannerly feline".
I get this bcs our older niece, the one who's marrying in Ottawa in a week (yeek! but I did just pack her china, which we got appraised so we can pay the duty which may apply) attended Tufts, tho she wasn't a vet med major. Tufts also does the Catnip newsltr to which I've subscribed for some time.

Interesting that you posted this today (I downloaded the magazine). A co-worker of mine approached me today to see if we would be interesting in adopting one of her kitties. She got a sweet little girl kitty a couple of years ago, several years after her almost 20 year old kitty passed away. A little over a year ago a 3 or 4 month old feral kitty starting hanging around her house and the cats would "play" thru the front door side lights. She fed the cat and found him tame and eventually took him to the Vet and when no one in the neighborhood claimed him, she adopted him. He's a beautiful cat -- black with a very interesting coat and head shape -- we think he is at least part Egyptian Mau. Long story short, he has become a big bully and is very aggressive to the girl kitty. It's gotten to the point where he won't let Nala use the litter box (not sure how many she has), won't let her play with any one in the family -- he wants all the attention. The girl kitty is a small, sweet little cuddler kitty, and is just miserable.

We just aren't ready for a new cat yet, and when we are ready, we want more than one, so I'm not sure we would be able to add another cat later on if we did take him in.

Any suggestions on how my friend can rehabilitate the bully?

I have this problem with a couple of mine. They got along well for a whil ...


I hadn't thought of something like that -- she's in a neighborhood that is pretty wooded, could be other cats around. But, they are moving at the end of the month - - which might bring more problems.

They are really more attached to the little girl kitty, just not sure what the answer is -- but I know this is a good place to get information.
 
2012-05-04 09:38:09 PM
Akimbotoo's comment on toddler in zebra suit; that was on network news last eve.
Cats Are Better is Steve in Canada, is all his profile said. Been on Fark maybe a yr.
Didn't say, but the sing went fairly well tho of course we weren't paying close enough attention, said Plumbicon immediately afterward. He's bass section ldr & asst director for his own chorus, the Delta Kings who'll be singing for the Flying Pig Marathon Sun AM as I've already said too many times. Since the single vehicle's his & it's an Envoy not a motorcycle, he ferried me & a chorus mate over to SW IN to do this. We had maybe 15 singers, decent balance.
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Zazzle pic I've fetched before.
 
2012-05-04 09:40:29 PM

yobbery: Hi guys. Just popping in to summon the power of caturday.

Long story short, Wolf had to go to the hospital this morning due to urinary blockage.
I caught him peeing on the wood floor in the spare room this morning before work. I yelled at him (which I feel horrible for now) and he ran off leaving a small puddle of pee. Mentioned it to my wife and she said she saw him doing the same thing in the kitchen. I left for work and the wife called the vet to make an appointment. The vet told her to take him into the hospital so she took him down.

Massive snip

So sorry to hear this. Good thoughts heading your way. Poor baby. And poor hoomans as well. You are doing the right thing. Hope he is better soon.

 
2012-05-04 09:43:17 PM
i415.photobucket.com


/ *rubs hands together*
// and away we go....
 
2012-05-04 09:45:43 PM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 500x331]

/ *rubs hands together*
// and away we go....


Show me whatcha got big boy! :)
 
2012-05-04 09:48:51 PM
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2012-05-04 09:55:55 PM

tigerose: sherpa18: Show me whatcha got big boy! :)


*shush, you!, I'm working on it...*
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2012-05-04 10:06:26 PM
Happy Caturday folks!
 
2012-05-04 10:12:14 PM
Thanks for the good vibes everyone.

I just skimmed the thread quickly. I'll catch up properly in the morning....I'm beat.

Wolf has stones and needs surgery. Of course they only do emergency surgeries over the weekend so he'll be in the hospital until at least Tuesday. We just went to visit him with treat offerings and it turned out to be a nightmare. The tech brought him into the room and he was wiggling all over the place trying to get away. After about three minutes with us he still didn't settle down so we had the tech come in to take him back. He got away from the tech (he's a big strong boy) was caught halfway down the hall on his way out of Dodge. He pulled out his IV but fortunately not the catheter.

The comic take away here is he fought us for the entire time but still managed to take nanosecond pauses during the fracas to gobble down treats one at a time. I'll have a good chuckle over that once he's safely back home....poor little bugger.

They just called to let us know they got everything back in order and he's settled down in his cage. We'll probably go see him again before Monday but this time they'll take us to him. At least he's just down the street.

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2012-05-04 10:15:09 PM

yobbery: Thanks for the good vibes everyone.

I just skimmed the thread quickly. I'll catch up properly in the morning....I'm beat.

Wolf has stones and needs surgery. Of course they only do emergency surgeries over the weekend so he'll be in the hospital until at least Tuesday. We just went to visit him with treat offerings and it turned out to be a nightmare. The tech brought him into the room and he was wiggling all over the place trying to get away. After about three minutes with us he still didn't settle down so we had the tech come in to take him back. He got away from the tech (he's a big strong boy) was caught halfway down the hall on his way out of Dodge. He pulled out his IV but fortunately not the catheter.

The comic take away here is he fought us for the entire time but still managed to take nanosecond pauses during the fracas to gobble down treats one at a time. I'll have a good chuckle over that once he's safely back home....poor little bugger.

They just called to let us know they got everything back in order and he's settled down in his cage. We'll probably go see him again before Monday but this time they'll take us to him. At least he's just down the street.

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Poor little guy :-(
 
2012-05-04 10:27:35 PM

Salem Witch: yobbery:

*snip*

Poor little guy :-(


I hope everything went well with your procedure?

Biscuit says "Feel better!"
i211.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-04 10:28:20 PM

Too right yobbery, once Wolf's stones are out & he's on the mend, then you can chuckle at the lightning pauses for nommies. Later it'll be funny; now it isn't.
Time for me to Give It Up for the day & night. CU sometime maybe well after dawn!

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A Snarf Bader fetch & caption on some prior unrecorded date.
 
2012-05-04 10:29:12 PM
sherpa18:
quantum_jellyroll: cheap_thoughts: My Hanky panky. Have fun! [same pic i posted 12 hours ago]

Try and keep up, OK? :o)
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I honestly did a quick look, and obviously didn't see your response.
I stand properly meeked and humiliated.
 
2012-05-04 10:40:43 PM

sherpa18: akimbotoo: Did anyone notice the story about the toddler dressed in black & white stripes sitting in front of the window at the zoo with a lioness on the other side?

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I feel so proud that those parents are from the town I live in. Proud I tell you (liar, liar pants on fire)!
 
2012-05-04 10:43:51 PM

yellowcat: laulaja: [i.imgur.com image 463x600]
Illustr for article from Tufts U Veterinary Medicine Fall 2011 mag, called "Ain't Misbehavin'" with wee horns on 1st a & tail coming out of rt side of last n. Ward Schumaker is the artist, Genevieve Rajewski wrote. Sub-head, "with professional help, you can transform your bad kitty inton a mannerly feline".
I get this bcs our older niece, the one who's marrying in Ottawa in a week (yeek! but I did just pack her china, which we got appraised so we can pay the duty which may apply) attended Tufts, tho she wasn't a vet med major. Tufts also does the Catnip newsltr to which I've subscribed for some time.

Interesting that you posted this today (I downloaded the magazine). A co-worker of mine approached me today to see if we would be interesting in adopting one of her kitties. She got a sweet little girl kitty a couple of years ago, several years after her almost 20 year old kitty passed away. A little over a year ago a 3 or 4 month old feral kitty starting hanging around her house and the cats would "play" thru the front door side lights. She fed the cat and found him tame and eventually took him to the Vet and when no one in the neighborhood claimed him, she adopted him. He's a beautiful cat -- black with a very interesting coat and head shape -- we think he is at least part Egyptian Mau. Long story short, he has become a big bully and is very aggressive to the girl kitty. It's gotten to the point where he won't let Nala use the litter box (not sure how many she has), won't let her play with any one in the family -- he wants all the attention. The girl kitty is a small, sweet little cuddler kitty, and is just miserable.

We just aren't ready for a new cat yet, and when we are ready, we want more than one, so I'm not sure we would be able to add another cat later on if we did take him in.

Any suggestions on how my friend can rehabilitate the bully?



Try one of those collars with the Feliway or similar pheromones on them. They can cost anywhere from $11 to $40 and I have seen the more reasonably priced ones on Amazon and at PetSmart. Call around to the local pet stores. The pheromones help to calm down the aggressive kitty. You just have to replace it once a month or so. Good luck!
 
2012-05-04 10:56:51 PM
This is too cool!
 
2012-05-04 11:07:49 PM

yobbery: Salem Witch: yobbery:

*snip*

Poor little guy :-(

I hope everything went well with your procedure?

Biscuit says "Feel better!"
[i211.photobucket.com image 600x450]


Yep. I'm taking things easy today but everything went textbook smooth.

I'll be out raising hate and discontent in no time ;-)
 
2012-05-04 11:20:04 PM
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Daisy wasn't in the mood for posing for the camera.
 
2012-05-04 11:50:56 PM
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2012-05-04 11:51:03 PM
Salem Witch:
yobbery: Salem Witch: yobbery:

*snip*

Poor little guy :-(

I hope everything went well with your procedure?

Biscuit says "Feel better!"
[i211.photobucket.com image 600x450]

Yep. I'm taking things easy today but everything went textbook smooth.

I'll be out raising hate and discontent in no time ;-)


Procedure???
 
2012-05-05 12:06:32 AM

laulaja: [i.imgur.com image 373x500]
Compliments of I_fling_poo, starring Lola!


Yay! :3
 
2012-05-05 02:16:50 AM
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2012-05-05 03:24:20 AM
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2012-05-05 08:03:22 AM
emergency kitten surgery for sinclair - $566 (downtown gainesville)

images.craigslist.org

I don't know this person, but it's caturday and I was thinking the Awesome Power of Fark might help?
 
2012-05-05 08:10:20 AM

The Ice Queen: Didn't have a run in with a bobcat (though they're in the area) but did have a run in with a coon a few minutes ago. Had to take some stuff to the dumpster and when I flipped the lid up, it was sitting right there. I cussed and it fell backwards and played dead. Don't know who spooked who more. As a peace offering, I gifted some left over pizza hut :)


Aww :) racoons are adorable
 
2012-05-05 08:12:57 AM
Good Meowning! ugh! I need coffee...i have rehearsal today, bach's B minor mass..for 3hrs, then Eli says he will help me Spring clean, by sitting on my piles of summer clothes. He is so thoughtful! :)

Salem Witch hope you heal quickly! Sending good thoughts and gentle hugs..

Sending scritches to Wolf as well.

I will see you all later.
 
2012-05-05 08:15:39 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-05-05 08:16:41 AM
Something that fits both Fark and Caturday

www.motifake.com
 
2012-05-05 08:17:09 AM
Making her Caturday debut at six months old
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baby pic
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2012-05-05 08:27:14 AM
some blanks...

As found on the internet...

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2012-05-05 08:28:46 AM

akimbotoo: The Ice Queen: Didn't have a run in with a bobcat (though they're in the area) but did have a run in with a coon a few minutes ago. Had to take some stuff to the dumpster and when I flipped the lid up, it was sitting right there. I cussed and it fell backwards and played dead. Don't know who spooked who more. As a peace offering, I gifted some left over pizza hut :)

I think the raccoon has you trained well! ;D My hubby had a run in with a bobcat when we lived near the Oregon coast. He was walking out to the work shop about 20 ft from the house and felt like something was watching him. He looked up-hill a little and there was a bobcat watching him. Nothing happened; they both just turned and continued on their way.


O-kay.

My last run in with raccoons. Innocently stepping up to open dumpster, which smelled strongly of fresh KFC remains from someone's party. Three half-grown raccoons suddenly explode snarling towards me from the far corner of the bin as they come into view. I fall on my butt. Then I slid a wooden pallet in so they could climb out and left.
 
2012-05-05 08:30:19 AM
Summercat's Story Time!

So, we have 9 cats at home. They all happened more or less accidently. Our eldest, my mother found the litter as kittens 17 years ago, in a trash can where she was working. They were born there. We kept the runt. Second eldest we got as a companion since the cat we had before we got #1 had died. #3 was a neighbors outdoors cat who is now content to be inside (although he's now getting sick and old). #4 decided he wanted to go home with us when we visited him at the animal shelter (He got our attention by nomming on my hair). Numbers 5 - 7, similar situation as #4.

The last two are my fault, and a gift, really. Especially to a Discordian.

STORY BELOW
I was living elsewhere at the time, in a more urban area. Less than a block to a McDonalds, Little Ceasers, couple of convience/drug stores, and a block and a half to a grocery store. The way the layout was such that there were two routes, forming nearly a circle, to the shopping center less than a block away. I always, always went to the right. Slightly closer.

But I was suddenly, randomly, in the mood for something. I forget what, but it prompted me to get up and get dressed to walk outside. And for some strange reason, I turned left instead of right.

There I was, walking down, when I hear (out of the corner of my aural eye, so to speak) a very soft mewling. Kitten. I look for the source, and find this tiny, maybe a week old grey kitten, covered in dirt and fleas, sitting on the front lawn of a neighbor's house, just on the outside of a fence - and I hear more mewling from the other side.

I keep on it, and when neighbors come home, I grab the other kittens from them. The mother had likely abandoned them (Or got run over). 2 white/light grey fluffy males, one lightgrey/white fluffy female, and... the grey guy. Two of the cats went to my aunt (we already had 7) once they were old enough, and we kept Munchkin and Grey.

Munchkin is an adorable cat, even in a household filled with awesome cats. He's adorable, he loves to play, he loves to be held, he loves to be with people. Grey...

Grey isn't cute. Or adorable. He's handsome. Gorgeous. When his winter coat comes in, he actually turns metalic silver.

Image, too large

And he loves to lay on my lap and hands and keyboard when I'm typing. If he wants attention, he reaches up and bats at my leg, or my hand, or my back, to let me know he's there.

And all the while... silent. He doesn't meow. Or mewl. He purrs, oh god he purrs, but he doesn't meow.

....I'm going to go hug him a lot when I get home from work now.
 
2012-05-05 08:31:07 AM
Happy Caturday!

Cinco de Mayo

Kentucky Derby Day!
 
2012-05-05 08:44:02 AM
These are our girls.

This photo was taken about a month and a half ago during their visit to the vet. They are both gone now.
They were considered older cats, both were rescue kitties and both had health issues. The black cat was really never the same after this visit, she just faded quickly away. Stopped eating, stopped really doing anything. Within a week, we took her back to the vet, there was no light left in her eyes and it was her time.

And it sucked.

Two weeks later, we're told the white cat needs fluid injections every day. She is no longer eating very much now, either. At first, she seemed to be responding to the treatment. But then, after a week of treatments, she stopped eating completely. On Friday, the vet prescribed appetite enhancers. No effect. By Sunday night she was barely walk. On Monday, my wife finds her at home with a bloody nose-she'd probably fell on her flat little face. By Monday afternoon, she's back at the vet on last time.

A month and a day after the first, they are both gone. The white one had been with my wife longer than I have, they were a packaged deal. It took the black one months to warm up to us. We got her to be a 'buddy' to the other one, though it seemed that they more tolerated each other then actually cared. We joked that the little white devil probably didn't even notice that the other one was gone. Given how quick her own health changed, I don't know what she noticed of anything. But we did.

Losing two in a month powerful sucks.

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2012-05-05 08:44:10 AM

Summercat: Summercat's Story Time!


CSB, and reminds me of the day I found my babies who were abandoned at about three days old. I heard their little mews while resetting the circuit breaker out back after a storm. I never do that, and had it not been for the storm they would have died. Well one did die for lack of wanting to eat, but the other two are thriving. See the pics above.
 
2012-05-05 08:48:15 AM

Your_Huckleberry: These are our girls.

This photo was taken about a month and a half ago during their visit to the vet. They are both gone now.
They were considered older cats, both were rescue kitties and both had health issues. The black cat was really never the same after this visit, she just faded quickly away. Stopped eating, stopped really doing anything. Within a week, we took her back to the vet, there was no light left in her eyes and it was her time.

And it sucked.

Two weeks later, we're told the white cat needs fluid injections every day. She is no longer eating very much now, either. At first, she seemed to be responding to the treatment. But then, after a week of treatments, she stopped eating completely. On Friday, the vet prescribed appetite enhancers. No effect. By Sunday night she was barely walk. On Monday, my wife finds her at home with a bloody nose-she'd probably fell on her flat little face. By Monday afternoon, she's back at the vet on last time.

A month and a day after the first, they are both gone. The white one had been with my wife longer than I have, they were a packaged deal. It took the black one months to warm up to us. We got her to be a 'buddy' to the other one, though it seemed that they more tolerated each other then actually cared. We joked that the little white devil probably didn't even notice that the other one was gone. Given how quick her own health changed, I don't know what she noticed of anything. But we did.

Losing two in a month powerful sucks.


I am so sorry for your loss :(
 
2012-05-05 08:52:34 AM
Happy Cinco de Meow!

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2012-05-05 09:00:16 AM

The Ice Queen: Didn't have a run in with a bobcat (though they're in the area) but did have a run in with a coon a few minutes ago. Had to take some stuff to the dumpster and when I flipped the lid up, it was sitting right there. I cussed and it fell backwards and played dead. Don't know who spooked who more. As a peace offering, I gifted some left over pizza hut :)


Early the other morning I ran into a raccoon leaving my trash can that was almost the size of a small German shepherd or very large dachshund , that was startling to say the least since I live in Suburban VA
 
2012-05-05 09:04:03 AM

Your_Huckleberry: These are our girls.

This photo was taken about a month and a half ago during their visit to the vet. They are both gone now.
They were considered older cats, both were rescue kitties and both had health issues. The black cat was really never the same after this visit, she just faded quickly away. Stopped eating, stopped really doing anything. Within a week, we took her back to the vet, there was no light left in her eyes and it was her time.

And it sucked.

Two weeks later, we're told the white cat needs fluid injections every day. She is no longer eating very much now, either. At first, she seemed to be responding to the treatment. But then, after a week of treatments, she stopped eating completely. On Friday, the vet prescribed appetite enhancers. No effect. By Sunday night she was barely walk. On Monday, my wife finds her at home with a bloody nose-she'd probably fell on her flat little face. By Monday afternoon, she's back at the vet on last time.

A month and a day after the first, they are both gone. The white one had been with my wife longer than I have, they were a packaged deal. It took the black one months to warm up to us. We got her to be a 'buddy' to the other one, though it seemed that they more tolerated each other then actually cared. We joked that the little white devil probably didn't even notice that the other one was gone. Given how quick her own health changed, I don't know what she noticed of anything. But we did.

Losing two in a month powerful sucks.

I can attest to how much it hurts as I was at the vet with both of them at the end. Here are a few more of Fuzzy in happier times. I haven't gone a day without crying about her being gone yet.

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2012-05-05 09:11:47 AM

valnt9: junkmetal: Anyone ever seen a cat affected by bobcat disease? My dad had a cat that the vet thought had died from it.

bobcat fever was talked about on the FB Caturday page about a week ago (or so).
I contacted my vet to see if he had heard of it and if it was in our area yet. He did know about it but, luckily it had not shown up yet here. It is in west KY, though.
use a good flea/tick meds (Frontline) on any outside cats


Speaking of good Flea/Tick stuff: I have a kitteh who is highly susceptible to "flea allergy dermatitis" so naturally I try to keep her and the house as flea free as human possible. The problem is, I've found that most conventional flea sprays/collar are basically useless on her and even front line seems to only work for two weeks rather than the advertised four. Recently I've had some very good luck with a product called "natural defense" flea and tick spray, which use essential oils instead of the standard flea killing chemicals. Despite my initial skepticism, the stuff seems to really work well (though the kitteh is highly perfumed for a while) but he's the question: when I look at the label it lists ingredients like peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, lemon grass oil, clove oil, and thyme oil. Now quick Google of those tells me many of those are HIGHLY toxic to cats, so how safe is this stuff given that cats are constantly licking and grooming their fur?

I don't wand to cure one problem only to be slowly poisoning my cat.

Any insight from the Caturday Cadre?
 
2012-05-05 09:13:09 AM

Your_Huckleberry: These are our girls.

This photo was taken about a month and a half ago during their visit to the vet. They are both gone now.
They were considered older cats, both were rescue kitties and both had health issues. The black cat was really never the same after this visit, she just faded quickly away. Stopped eating, stopped really doing anything. Within a week, we took her back to the vet, there was no light left in her eyes and it was her time.

And it sucked.

Two weeks later, we're told the white cat needs fluid injections every day. She is no longer eating very much now, either. At first, she seemed to be responding to the treatment. But then, after a week of treatments, she stopped eating completely. On Friday, the vet prescribed appetite enhancers. No effect. By Sunday night she was barely walk. On Monday, my wife finds her at home with a bloody nose-she'd probably fell on her flat little face. By Monday afternoon, she's back at the vet on last time.

A month and a day after the first, they are both gone. The white one had been with my wife longer than I have, they were a packaged deal. It took the black one months to warm up to us. We got her to be a 'buddy' to the other one, though it seemed that they more tolerated each other then actually cared. We joked that the little white devil probably didn't even notice that the other one was gone. Given how quick her own health changed, I don't know what she noticed of anything. But we did.

Losing two in a month powerful sucks.

[i1161.photobucket.com image 640x478]


So sorry for your losses.
 
2012-05-05 09:20:29 AM
Your_Huckleberry, I'm so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine how sad you and your wife must be.

Wolf, while you're giving everyone the business when your people come to visit, think stone flushing thoughts.
 
2012-05-05 09:21:48 AM

Condolences to both Your Huckleberry & moshi8 for your losses, & any one else who may need/could use same. It's Never Ever Easy. But they do live furr-ever in our hearts.

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Both Cinco de Meow & KY Derby Day, also the peonies in front of our place have begun to bloom. Local horse called Hansen, owned by a Dr Hansen, may not quite be favoured in Derby, but El Doc will be Over The Moon should his horse come first!
 
2012-05-05 09:45:12 AM

Your_Huckleberry:

Losing two in a month powerful sucks.

[i1161.photobucket.com image 640x478]


Sorry for your losses... I can't even imagine how tough that would be.

docbio
 
2012-05-05 09:49:51 AM
So I'm happily trying to sleep in this morning, and my oldest comes running into the bedroom and says "Dad, Cash is on the ceiling!!!"

In a fog, he drags me into the playroom and this is what I find:
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My very own ceiling cat! My boys were concerned he was stuck, but I told them to leave him be, and sure enough after racing around the beams for a few minutes, he saw me walk into the kitchen and figured breakfast might be afoot, so he came down the same way he got up there. Go figure his cat brother Carey did the same thing about half an hour later.

Happy caturday,
docbio
 
2012-05-05 09:52:42 AM
Finn made a fascinating discovery this week...under all those inches of kitty litter, there's a bag (liner) he can claw at/play with*! Unfortunately, in his eagerness to get down to the bag, he tends to knock large amounts of litter all over the floor, even with a cover on the box. I think by this point the litter liners (I double bagged in case the inner liner got torn up) are both so holey that their purpose is sort of defeated.

Any suggestions on how to convince him to stop doing this? I've been afraid to do too much in case he decided to just stay away from the box altogether.


* Alternatively, he discovered that by knocking his litter onto the floor he got loads of attention.
 
2012-05-05 09:59:51 AM
Posting from my phone in bed... I wish there was an easy way to post pics from the mobile site.

Happy Caturday all.

I missed last week due to tiredness.

This week I may be going on a date with a lady. Maybe, if she doesn't cancel again. Be nice to not be single. (I think)

Priscilla says "Meow" (pretty sure that means hello)
 
2012-05-05 10:00:27 AM
Heads up, fur people! Several brands of cat and dog food recalled! Diamond is the manufacturer, they make 'food for the soul' and 'Kirkland' among others
 
2012-05-05 10:01:10 AM
Good morning

The hospital called with the morning update. Wolf is doing fine. He's back to his angelic self and eating everything in sight.
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2012-05-05 10:07:15 AM
Our two kitties are Jonesy and Maya, so I realized last night that this Caturday happens to be a special holiday for the latter:

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Also, with all the talk of bobcats... last night, I was helping out at a huge fancy-dress Humane Society fundraiser held at a local resort. The volunteer room was in a very, erm, "rustic" themed part of the inn, complete with a taxidermified mountain lion, peering down at us from over the snack bar. Probably a good thing it wasn't out in the main fancy-pants area!
 
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