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2012-09-22 12:23:07 AM

I_fling_poo: "for this, you shall die a slow, painful death"


Indeed. A very apt description of the cat's look. Sleep with one eye open.
 
2012-09-22 12:26:56 AM

Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)


You're so bad! ;D I love it, but I know my cats would hate it! Plus you have to buy 12 of them!
 
2012-09-22 12:39:39 AM

akimbotoo: Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)

You're so bad! ;D I love it, but I know my cats would hate it! Plus you have to buy 12 of them!


lulz
 
2012-09-22 01:42:49 AM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]
*snip* sherpa and Dragon (aka "Patron Saint of Couch Change", "Grand Old Man of Caturday" "White Boy", "Devouror of Spicy Chicken Wings" , etc...)


Sending good thoughts and wishing you and Dragon all the best. Don't be surprised about the way the kd cat food went over...
seems very few cats appreciate what's 'good for them' in this case.
Glad he's not gone off his food...that's a good sign.
Don't know what else to say except both of you are in me thoughts with much affection.

****
My stuff (but it does sorta involve cats)...
Just got my bi-PAP machine...sorta like a CPAP, only a bit more complicated.
(Here comes the cat part). Was recommended to make a sleeve of polar fleece for the corrugated tube to prevent the monsters my owners from chewing on it.

Apparently it is somewhat magnetic to cat's teeth...they just gotta nom on it.

Trying it out for the first time tonight.
Would like to be able to wake up in the morning all zippity-do-dah as opposed to "Just five more hours, please".
 
2012-09-22 01:50:32 AM

Bathia_Mapes: How long would you survive after putting one of these on your cat? (large image)


Mine might tolerate it...but I'd have to give them a pretty damn good reason why they should.
Even if bribed encouraged with LOTS of 'nip.

Pills, shots, ear ointment, eye drops, trips to the Sainted Vet...they'll put up with that sort of thing because they seem to know that it's for their benefit but they'd have a difficult time understanding (and accepting!) my desire to see them in funny hats merely for shiatzengiggles...
 
2012-09-22 03:16:09 AM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]

warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blo ...


Sherpa, The Princess and I have our paws crossed and are sending good thoughts and best wishes your way.
 
2012-09-22 03:19:34 AM
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2012-09-22 04:06:22 AM
Just a headsups for everyone...there will be a bonus Caturday thread this week.
 
2012-09-22 07:48:05 AM
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2012-09-22 07:57:25 AM
Good Morning
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2012-09-22 08:02:56 AM
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2012-09-22 08:10:36 AM
Hey, good morning, Caturday folk. Do I have a story for you...

It's about her.

i47.photobucket.com

My wife has a garden. It started small, but then a spaghetti squash grew out of the compost, and gave us tasty, tasty vegetables, and what started as a small bit of the back yard suddenly changed to a significant portion of our vegetable bill becoming home-grown. Anyway, she went outside on Thursday, and next thing I know, she's knocking at the back door. In her arms, she's cradling a delicate little black kitten, and the thing's purring so loud I can almost hear it through the glass.

So I throw a handful of kibble into a bowl, and some water into another bowl, and take it out to the patio. Set them down, and the wife sets the kitten down... and that's when we noticed an issue. From her "waist" up, the kitten worked. Her back legs, though... they just kinda splayed across the concrete. We were absolutely sure it was a broken leg, and decided pretty quickly that the little fuzzbutt had been hit by a car.

At that point, we had two options. One was to do the "sensible" thing. A crippled kitten that couldn't move... she couldn't really make it in the wild. No one would question if we put her out of her misery. Option two was going to the vet. That would mean spending money for the cost of a vet call, almost guaranteed x-rays, and who knows what else. Any sensible person would have looked at the facts and chosen Option One.

Here's the thing, though- I'm a veteran of Iraq, and thanks to a sniper, I know a bit about a limb not fully working.

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Call me sentimental if you will, but I wasn't going to write off a perfectly good cat over a bad peg. We piled into the minivan- that's how typically suburban my life normally is now, I own a Honda minivan- and took the kitten to the local vet clinic. They offer a substantial discount for strays, which is nice. We dropped the kitten off in a comfortable towel, and told them to do what they needed to do. That was Thursday.

On Friday morning, the vet called to give me the news. I assumed, when I saw the number on my Caller ID, that it would be what we all expected. I assumed he'd say that the kitten had a broken back, and putting her down would be humane. The doc sounded amazed when he told me that the X-rays surprised him, and showed no fractures. At that point, he wanted to ask me about the last 4 or 5 days in the cat's life, and I simply said "no", and told him the garden story. The doc speculated about a potential blunt-force trauma to the little girl's back, and I was horrified. Could someone have done this on purpose?

Anyway, the doc asked to do a screen for Feline Lukemia and AIDS, and if either of them were positive, he recommended euthanasia. I agreed to those tests. Well, late yesterday morning, the tests came back, and the kitten was clear. At this point, I had signed up for a pet care credit card, so I figured we had a fifth cat.

And so we did. And 3 of our other 4 cats have sniffed the girl- preliminarily named "Xena the Warrior Kitten"- and accepted her. At least, they didn't hiss.

And then Xena wanted to leave her room. She walked into the master bedroom, and her legs worked much better than they did yesterday.

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She has other issues to deal with. She's the youngest of 5, and her big sister, Sif, isn't sure what to think.

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And, she has a toddler to futz around with. That's always unpredictable.

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But she's home, and she's walking, and she has a place of her own, and that's a win, right? A Forever Home and a family is a pretty good deal for a little girl who managed to drag herself to the garden, isn't it?

Oh, and if any of you fine folk would like to put a huge checkmark in the karma column- because there's something to be said for "helped out a crippled kitten"- we could use a little hand. I start a new job on Monday, but right now, the budget's still kinda tight. Chip-In here. Either way, I hope you enjoyed my happy little story.
 
2012-09-22 08:18:19 AM
Good Mornin'


This is the last shameless plug for the auction benefitting the cats of Little Mews Rescue.

Thanks to those who bid or passed it on for others to see.

Only 3 and a half hours or so to go...............

CATS WELCOME SIGN ~ All dogs and children must be on a leash!

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-22 08:22:46 AM

leftteffticle: oh hello everyone, how's it goin?

Last time I regaled you all of the Muggsy chronicles she was having a bit of a... piddle problem. Thankfully after a round of antibiotics and some minor changes to litter box locations and such we have seemed to mostly (emphasis on the mostly) eleviate that issue, and as an added bonus now that she's feeling better she will finally roam our entire apartment (as opposed to hiding in a corner, which she did for the first year or so). I'm still thinking kitteh prozac might be in order, but I'm holding off for now.

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Now she gets to enjoy the full range of CatTV options and experiment with which sunbeam works best for her.


Is she missing an eye? Kinda looks that way.
 
2012-09-22 08:30:56 AM
I have a cat care question. This Monday my woman and I adopted her aunt's two cats. One a short hair black/white male. No issues with him. The other one is a long haired yellow white male. He has hair that's matted into balls/knots in places. Should I try to comb it out? Cut the matts out ? Is this something I can deal at home or go to a groomer?
 
2012-09-22 08:43:29 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: I have a cat care question. This Monday my woman and I adopted her aunt's two cats. One a short hair black/white male. No issues with him. The other one is a long haired yellow white male. He has hair that's matted into balls/knots in places. Should I try to comb it out? Cut the matts out ? Is this something I can deal at home or go to a groomer?


If he will let you, I would try the comb/ cut method.. you will have to carefully nibble away at the matts so you don't get skin also...smaller scissors work best.. groomers and vets use clippers to shave the matts off.. if the cat is resistant, probably would be safer for you to go the groomer/vet way... regular brushing will keep problems to a minimum afterwards....
 
2012-09-22 08:45:08 AM
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2012-09-22 08:54:42 AM
ATTENTION CHICAGO AREA FARKERS!!!

Abandoned Kitty Needs A Home



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Neighbors moved out about 3-4 weeks ago and left behind their cat. Not sure of sex (kitty gets very affectionate and squirmy in the presence of any human contact), is fully clawed, and is very affectionate. Age might be around 5-6 years old. He is probably about 8-10 pounds and appears to be in good health (They at least left a couple open bags of food for the cat before they left). I just found out about the cat two days ago when the maintenance man for the building told me about it. The cat is still in the old apartment, but I am providing regular food, water, and litter. I have two cats of my own and cannot really house this kitty in my apartment. The owner of the building wants to call animal control, but I asked for a few days to try and find a home for the cat. The apartment should be cleaned up and ready for rental in about a week, and that point it is then try to get him into a no-kill shelter or let animal control take him.
If you live in the Chicago area and can take in a kitty or know of someone who can, please contact me at M­oc­k2­6[nospam-﹫-backwards]oo­hay­*com.

Thanks!
 
2012-09-22 08:57:04 AM
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2012-09-22 09:12:52 AM

sherpa18: Snip


Just a question: what is the difference between the k/d food and normal food? Would a raw/all meat diet also work for the kidney problems? It may be easier to get him to eat the raw food or an all meat (without onions) diet than to get him to tolerate the k/d stuff.
 
2012-09-22 09:12:55 AM
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Salsa is ready for Ferretday. Everything here at the B4 house is going well. Hoping to finally be done with the downstairs done today and if I have enough energy, get the kids rooms finished tomorrow. Wife will be back here again for another visit tomorrow, and at least this time, it won't be raining. OT found a carpenter for us, and he should be here monday to build a ramp for her up to the door. Next week the plumber will be here to install the new bathtub, and then that should be it for the improvements. The wife had her final surgery on Tuesday, and everything went fine with it. Three more bone spurs were taken care of and she tolerated the surgery well. Back home time is back a week though, but they're just being cautious and making sure there are no signs of trouble from the surgery. She's a little behind in some of her physical therapy, but she's getting there, so everything is still looking up. Now to get moving this morning and get things ready for her to show up tomorrow. Giving up and getting stuff for the grill and seeing if I can work it so she can use it, because she won't leave until she does. Happy Catferretday everyone.
 
2012-09-22 09:15:16 AM
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2012-09-22 09:17:03 AM
Brian Blessed 's Bastard Boy glad to hear that your wife tolerated this last surgery well. I hope she enjoys her visit. Have fun with the BBQ!
 
2012-09-22 09:21:18 AM
Ok, this isn't pirate-related, but I thought it was too cool:

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2012-09-22 09:21:32 AM
I love caturday! I am allergic to cats, but love them, so it is great to see so many cute pics. Gotta go. my D-O-G is jealous and is singing to my to go out.
 
2012-09-22 09:24:04 AM
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2012-09-22 09:24:48 AM

daffy: I love caturday! I am allergic to cats, but love them, so it is great to see so many cute pics. Gotta go. my D-O-G is jealous and is singing to my to go out.


Welcome! I am glad that you enjoy the pictures and stories!
 
2012-09-22 09:35:50 AM
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2012-09-22 09:37:12 AM
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2012-09-22 09:38:31 AM
Type at vy ft of pg 4, having ariz at last.
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credit to lysdexic & the late Nikola Tesla, for restoration/preservation of whose lab Wardenclyffe Tower has now raised $1,276,119 of $850K goal, with 8 days left (closes 11:59P PT next Sat). LittleMews cd sure use some of them donors!
Meant to comment last night to Timid Goddess, the cushion Roger rests on, on wooden chair, very closely resembles a bedspread that turned up here recently. Am almost certain it was late grandmother's.
sherpa, of course you didn't wish to hear all that, but better to know than not to. The late Fred received quantities of Epakitin for her failing kidneys. We know Hill's overpriced Rx chow all too well -- diabetic Ginger's been on w/d ever since his urinary issues, no longer recall when that was other than Forever Ago.
"Cats Love It" at far end of Bathia_Mapes' linkie -- love to maniac, shred & mangle, more like! & who'd ever buy a lot of a dozen ($2.50 each for 12, fine print) except some deranged pet supply shop owner who thought they could be sold? Quoting I_fling_poo, that's even more of a "for this, you shall die a slow, painful death" look than the cat dressed as a barbershopper pic gremlin1 fetched in yesterday.
Onward to pg 5 where this'll land.
 
2012-09-22 09:40:58 AM

tigerose: Brian Blessed 's Bastard Boy glad to hear that your wife tolerated this last surgery well. I hope she enjoys her visit. Have fun with the BBQ!


Totally what she said! :)
 
2012-09-22 09:42:13 AM
What do you do with a drunken sailor?
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Arrrrr, nos more rum!
 
2012-09-22 09:45:49 AM
Ya know the worst thing about work, that slavedriving boss, heres what I'm talking about:

So you finished the Mandolin, violin bows AND the harmonica, well you still have this Violin to finish :

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HEY, I am serious cat here, either it goes out the door by this evening or you do bub:

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/sigh no rest for the weary 8-(
 
2012-09-22 10:22:14 AM

Mock26: ATTENTION CHICAGO AREA FARKERS!!!

Abandoned Kitty Needs A Home


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Neighbors moved out about 3-4 weeks ago and left behind their cat. Not sure of sex (kitty gets very affectionate and squirmy in the presence of any human contact), is fully clawed, and is very affectionate.


Look at those huge jowels! I think it's a boy. Good looking kitty deserves adoption.
 
2012-09-22 10:25:49 AM
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A SweetBecca fetch. Sorta almost goes with gremlin1's $799 buttwarmer above. 
But it's a cartoon, & inclusion may be considered as a copywrong.
Projection Technique to make keyboard appear atop cat fur as cat lounges on laptop.
Or it may actually display once Add Comment is struck, reckon We'll See....
 
2012-09-22 10:29:39 AM
I'm posting this in both threads because Fanny deserves her fame as a LOL-cat.
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2012-09-22 10:34:14 AM

First off...

Good Morning Everybuddy!!

Secondly,
Gonz,
Bless your dear Heart!!! Zena is a cutie and is a VERY lucky/determined little mite! Good on you and your family!! Also, Thank YOU for your service and sacrifice!
Welcome to Caturday! What cookies did you bring?

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Hi!
 
2012-09-22 10:44:44 AM
Hi peoples! I am living the life of the Unemployed since monday! Boo... though my cats are happy :3.
 
2012-09-22 10:49:23 AM
It's been a busy week, going to be busier today. Got only 1 picture

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Cisco cat

Me and the Mrs. are off to a party today, it's Barnbash!
It's the 5th anniversary of our first date,which was at Barnbash! We're working the gate from noon to 4, so stop on out!
 
2012-09-22 11:06:52 AM

I'm just gonna leave this here.

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2012-09-22 11:27:44 AM

sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]

warning: wall of text follows!

Good evening my dear friends ... I have a little bit of good news, and some bad news. Bad news first - it seems that all the additional tests have confirmed the fact that my beloved Dragon is indeed in late stage renal failure. His BUN, creatinine, and phosphorus levels are all extremely elevated, in fact some are almost off the charts. :o(

On the bright side, he seems to be holding his own, his appetite is great and he is still acting quite normal (we just spent 15 minutes playing chase with a baggie tie) ... but I am beginning to see a marked increase in thirst and urination, as well as small periods of what I can only describe as restlessness (which I assume means he is uncomfortable for some reason) in just the last few days.

However, his thyroid levels came back just about normal, which either means his medication is working, or could be a side effect of the CRF. We are slowly weaning him off the meds at this point.

I have already begun to phase in the recommended k/d diet with mixed results. Dry food (mixed 50/50 with his regular stuff to start with) is still up in the air - I have seen him nibbling at it once or twice, he is obviously not thrilled, but I have hopes he will get used to it.

The wet food on the other hand is a total failure as far as I am concerned. It went over about as well as a lead balloon - and don't get me wrong, I really don't blame him - please note that while I really have no interest in eating cat food, some it actually smells good (or at least similar to what it purports to be) - but the k/d stuff has a nasty smell and a rather weird texture ...

I will be starting him on Azodyl in a couple of days (I elected to wait to get a special order of "small capsules" hoping that they will be easier for him to swallow (and for me to administer). Then we will go back in about 5 weeks for yet more tests, and depending on the results, we will add Epakitin (a phosphorus blo ...


shiat! I was really hoping the initial test was bad.
At least it sounds as if he's holding his own, so that's a plus. We're all here to help you with anything you need. Just give him the care he needs.
 
2012-09-22 11:31:01 AM
One of you is absolutely awesome. Thank you. I'm seriously humbled.

//Seriously.
 
2012-09-22 11:34:48 AM

syzygy whizz: sherpa18: [i415.photobucket.com image 640x448]
*snip* sherpa and Dragon (aka "Patron Saint of Couch Change", "Grand Old Man of Caturday" "White Boy", "Devouror of Spicy Chicken Wings" , etc...)

Sending good thoughts and wishing you and Dragon all the best. Don't be surprised about the way the kd cat food went over...
seems very few cats appreciate what's 'good for them' in this case.
Glad he's not gone off his food...that's a good sign.
Don't know what else to say except both of you are in me thoughts with much affection.

****
My stuff (but it does sorta involve cats)...
Just got my bi-PAP machine...sorta like a CPAP, only a bit more complicated.
(Here comes the cat part). Was recommended to make a sleeve of polar fleece for the corrugated tube to prevent the monsters my owners from chewing on it.

Apparently it is somewhat magnetic to cat's teeth...they just gotta nom on it.

Trying it out for the first time tonight.
Would like to be able to wake up in the morning all zippity-do-dah as opposed to "Just five more hours, please".


How did that work? I have a cat that insists on chewing the tubes for my nebulizer. When I use it I have to keep him out of the room.
 
2012-09-22 11:38:59 AM

Mock26: ATTENTION CHICAGO AREA FARKERS!!!

Abandoned Kitty Needs A Home


[img.photobucket.com image 611x576]
[img.photobucket.com image 606x584]

Neighbors moved out about 3-4 weeks ago and left behind their cat. Not sure of sex (kitty gets very affectionate and squirmy in the presence of any human contact), is fully clawed, and is very affectionate. Age might be around 5-6 years old. He is probably about 8-10 pounds and appears to be in good health (They at least left a couple open bags of food for the cat before they left). I just found out about the cat two days ago when the maintenance man for the building told me about it. The cat is still in the old apartment, but I am providing regular food, water, and litter. I have two cats of my own and cannot really house this kitty in my apartment. The owner of the building wants to call animal control, but I asked for a few days to try and find a home for the cat. The apartment should be cleaned up and ready for rental in about a week, and that point it is then try to get him into a no-kill shelter or let animal control take him.
If you live in the Chicago area and can take in a kitty or know of someone who can, please contact me at Mock26[[nospam-﹫-backwards] image 7x13]oohay[* image 7x13]com.

Thanks!


What kind of jerk hole would leave such a sweetheart. If I weren't at my pet limit, I'd drive on up and give him/her a forever home.
 
2012-09-22 11:43:16 AM

reddot: Good Mornin'


This is the last shameless plug for the auction benefitting the cats of Little Mews Rescue.

Thanks to those who bid or passed it on for others to see.

Only 3 and a half hours or so to go...............

CATS WELCOME SIGN ~ All dogs and children must be on a leash!

[i.imgur.com image 800x600]


Five minutes left, all you Ebay snipers get ready to bid!!!
 
2012-09-22 11:48:35 AM

Gonz: Hey, good morning, Caturday folk. Do I have a story for you...

It's about her.

[i47.photobucket.com image 640x480]

My wife has a garden. It started small, but then a spaghetti squash grew out of the compost, and gave us tasty, tasty vegetables, and what started as a small bit of the back yard suddenly changed to a significant portion of our vegetable bill becoming home-grown. Anyway, she went outside on Thursday, and next thing I know, she's knocking at the back door. In her arms, she's cradling a delicate little black kitten, and the thing's purring so loud I can almost hear it through the glass.

So I throw a handful of kibble into a bowl, and some water into another bowl, and take it out to the patio. Set them down, and the wife sets the kitten down... and that's when we noticed an issue. From her "waist" up, the kitten worked. Her back legs, though... they just kinda splayed across the concrete. We were absolutely sure it was a broken leg, and decided pretty quickly that the little fuzzbutt had been hit by a car.

At that point, we had two options. One was to do the "sensible" thing. A crippled kitten that couldn't move... she couldn't really make it in the wild. No one would question if we put her out of her misery. Option two was going to the vet. That would mean spending money for the cost of a vet call, almost guaranteed x-rays, and who knows what else. Any sensible person would have looked at the facts and chosen Option One.

Here's the thing, though- I'm a veteran of Iraq, and thanks to a sniper, I know a bit about a limb not fully working.

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Call me sentimental if you will, but I wasn't going to write off a perfectly good cat over a bad peg. We piled into the minivan- that's how typically suburban my life normally is now, I own a Honda minivan- and took the kitten to the local vet clinic. They offer a substantial discount for strays, which is nice. We dropped the kitten off in a comfortable towel, and told them to do ...


Next time, Gonz, tell your wife to quit harvesting kittehs too early. She picked this one while it was still green on one end. Put Xena on a window sill for a few days, and she'll ripen just like a tomato. Happy Homecoming to Xena!
 
2012-09-22 11:51:05 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: I have a cat care question. This Monday my woman and I adopted her aunt's two cats. One a short hair black/white male. No issues with him. The other one is a long haired yellow white male. He has hair that's matted into balls/knots in places. Should I try to comb it out? Cut the matts out ? Is this something I can deal at home or go to a groomer?


You can get a mat rake like this Link which cuts through the tangles and matted clumps.
If the cat isn't very cooperative, then going to a groomer that specializes in cats is the best option and worth the price.
 
2012-09-22 11:51:36 AM
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2012-09-22 11:52:54 AM
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2012-09-22 11:53:34 AM
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