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(Catster)   Mercury, a kitten who lost his front paws in an accident when he was only 4 days old, has absolutely no idea that he is supposed to be disabled. In fact, he does the best T. Rex impression you will ever see on Caturday   (catster.com) divider line 972
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2014-02-22 01:07:33 PM
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2014-02-22 01:12:18 PM
grmmmie.smugmug.com
 
2014-02-22 01:12:38 PM
i.imgur.com
http://www.marthastewart.com/909968/cozy-travel-cushion-pets#slide_0
valnt9, this may be double linked if such plausible.  URLs supposed to copy in in robins egg blue underlined, indicating automagic link.  If don't, click on Link indicator in 5th box from left, or 2d from right -- furthest right is picture, next left is un link often greyed out, 3d left in that box is Link. If you can see grafik at all, it's supposed to be a link in a chain.
Me for a pic if possible hah! Re-scaled itty bit, got rid of extra pic copy yay woot. Anyname's Kelly JellyBelly, suspect rather Ago.  No longer recall where got this series (4-5 within) but sing-cerely doubt it was here.
 
2014-02-22 01:14:03 PM
grmmmie.smugmug.com
 
2014-02-22 01:15:51 PM
MStewart linkie tested, worx!  again, more easily visible.

http://www.marthastewart.com/909968/cozy-travel-cushion-pets#slide_0
 
2014-02-22 01:25:00 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-22 01:25:45 PM

spinach gunk: Hai everyone, happee Caturday!

So Buddy scared the shiat out of us last week, but he is back from the brink and doing OK.
He says hai and sends a glamour shot of his rubbable tummy.

[img.fark.net image 800x600]

/Why yes, it is Caturday and I am wearing my brown pants.


Glad to hear that Buddy bounced back.
www.blogcdn.com
 
2014-02-22 01:27:50 PM
Frozboz
I wouldn't be too concerened. We (or rather I) had a couple of cats, probably 7 years old when our first was born. One immediately adopted her, the other just tolerated her. The one that adopted the baby was always around her.

According to our doctor, having MULTIPLE cats with a newborn/child really helped them with allergy prevention.
 
2014-02-22 01:32:00 PM
Just seen this advert on TV, it made me laugh. The cat deserves a spot on The X Factor.
 
2014-02-22 01:32:59 PM

Crackers Are a Family Food: [img.fark.net image 640x480]

Sad news today.   My guinea pig, Fluff (we just never renamed her when we adopted her), just died an hour ago.  She was always very small, but over the past week, she lost tons of weight (it was painful to pet or hold her because she was all bones) despite constant eating and had trouble keeping her eyes open.  But in spite of that, her personality had no change whatsoever.  She was still her curious, energetic, and very hungry self.

The vet said that she most likely had hyperthyroidism, and we had to go to a specialist in Quakertown to get bloodwork and an accurate diagnosis.  We hadn't made the appointment yet (we were debating whether or not the tests would do more harm than good in her condition - guinea pigs don't take these things well), but I guess it doesn't matter now.

At least when I saw her earlier this morning, she was still herself.  She wasn't suffering in any way.  I guess her body just gave out.  It's really sad - it all happened so quickly, and she was only three years old.  But I've had guinea pigs for over 20 years.  It happens.  I'm just glad she went quickly because guinea pigs usually don't die gracefully.

RIP, Fluff.  I'm sure you're over the Rainbow Bridge and buried in a box of Cheerios.  She went crazy for Cheerios and would literally crawl into the box when she decided that the couple pieces we were giving her weren't enough.  :)


Sorry to hear this.  :(
 
2014-02-22 01:37:42 PM

OneDeltaTenTango: I rescued a kitty from the Humane Society this week. She is awesome.

/I still have a sad, 'cause I had to put down my 17 YO pooch.


17 years is a heckuva good one run for a dog. That said, sorry for your loss.
 
2014-02-22 01:38:43 PM
For Caturday I thought I would post some pictures from Ok Cupid, single ladies that like cats. Oh yeah, 'cause  nothing says I'm ready to date than a picture of you and your cat-not that I personally would have a problem with that since I have four myself :)

farm8.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 01:46:16 PM
Here's our cat Sydney who left us in 2011, after 19 years.
i1285.photobucket.com

I like to think she was having a very happy dream about being on the diving team in the Olympics.

Smiley kitteh!
 
2014-02-22 01:54:44 PM

sherpa18: lilyspad: YAY!!!! Sherpa is in da house!! :D *hai*
Real Women Drink Akvavit: Hiya Sherpa! How are you and the White One doing? Better, I hope!
sno man: Good to see you early this week.
OlderGuy: Hey !  Good to see you here...

[i415.photobucket.com image 500x488]
I am determined to be around a lot more this week, come hell or high water.
/ of course the flooding has started, what with all the rain, so one out of two already  :o)


Yay, sherpa! Boo, flooding!

farm3.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 02:11:00 PM

The Ice Queen: So the Ice Queen needs some cheering up.

Found out 2 relatives have cancer. One was an open/close type surgery (nothing they could do so they closed him back off) and the other doesn't want to do treatment because of her age (in her 80s and in poor health already). Add in my other uncle who was also just diagnosed and I currently have 3 relatives who will be or are already on hospice.

Yeah.


farm6.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 02:14:56 PM
farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 02:22:20 PM
I have a question about pukey kitties. Mine has a tendency to throw up if he eats things too quickly, though he's usually ok with his standard kibble. Sometimes, it seems he can handle other foods, sometimes he can't. Any ideas on how I can still give him treats and the occasional scrap without having to wash the floors after him? It's often a very small amount that he can handle - for example 2 cat treats are ok, but if he has 3, then he's sick. Also, he often throws up several times and in different places. Do other cats do that? Why?!?!
Thanks!
 
2014-02-22 02:24:14 PM

Frozboz: lilyspad: They will be curious for a while until they get used to him. And congrats!!!!! :D

Thanks!!  That's what we figured, it just had us wondering when *all 3* told us ominously to "watch the cats".  They're good kitties, I think we'll be fine.


let them haz a good sniff of the newbies blanket. In fact give them one to snuggle on. You will be fine, and studies show kids who grow up with animals are healthier.
 
2014-02-22 02:27:02 PM

Crackers Are a Family Food: [img.fark.net image 640x480]

Sad news today.   My guinea pig, Fluff (we just never renamed her when we adopted her), just died an hour ago.  She was always very small, but over the past week, she lost tons of weight (it was painful to pet or hold her because she was all bones) despite constant eating and had trouble keeping her eyes open.  But in spite of that, her personality had no change whatsoever.  She was still her curious, energetic, and very hungry self.

The vet said that she most likely had hyperthyroidism, and we had to go to a specialist in Quakertown to get bloodwork and an accurate diagnosis.  We hadn't made the appointment yet (we were debating whether or not the tests would do more harm than good in her condition - guinea pigs don't take these things well), but I guess it doesn't matter now.

At least when I saw her earlier this morning, she was still herself.  She wasn't suffering in any way.  I guess her body just gave out.  It's really sad - it all happened so quickly, and she was only three years old.  But I've had guinea pigs for over 20 years.  It happens.  I'm just glad she went quickly because guinea pigs usually don't die gracefully.

RIP, Fluff.  I'm sure you're over the Rainbow Bridge and buried in a box of Cheerios.  She went crazy for Cheerios and would literally crawl into the box when she decided that the couple pieces we were giving her weren't enough.  :)


I am sorry for your loss. We had piggie, and they all seemed to go quite rapidly. They can be amazingly delicate. I love that you have such fun memories of Fluff.
 
2014-02-22 02:33:02 PM

ArgusRun: Not a cat, but got this awesome 80's head shot of my greyhound Robbie at a holiday fundraiser.

[farm3.staticflickr.com image 347x500]



That is such an awesome picture of Robbie! Welcome!
 
2014-02-22 02:36:53 PM

spinach gunk: Hai everyone, happee Caturday!

So Buddy scared the shiat out of us last week, but he is back from the brink and doing OK.
He says hai and sends a glamour shot of his rubbable tummy.

[img.fark.net image 800x600]

/Why yes, it is Caturday and I am wearing my brown pants.



Yay Buddy! That's a good boy!
 
2014-02-22 02:36:55 PM

Frozboz: After trying (officially) for 2+ years, my wife and I finally adopted a bouncing baby boy yesterday.  We've had temporary custody of him since his birth about 2 weeks ago, and are a few states away from home while the paperwork clears.  Anyway, we've seen 3 different pediatricians and all of them ask if we have cats at home.  We do.  Two, Rojo and Winter, ages 7 and 8.  They're generally well-behaved and needless to say are a part of our family.  The doctors all respond with "watch the cats around him".

My question is, how concerned should we be?  Any tips on how to introduce/integrate the new family member, so that everyone gets along?


I had seven cats before my oldest was born, and my oldest cat had the most trouble getting along, mostly out of jealousy. Having the entire house rearranged for the new arrival was kind of a shock, too, especially not being allowed in the crib. She'd occasionally take swipes or nip at the head, once breaking the skin. So there's a possible issue there.

The whole "suck the air out" thing is a myth and probably based on a kitty's intense interest in anything that's warm, wiggles, and smells like milk. A seven to ten pound cat on a baby about the same weight can also be a concern, but I never had that happen.

Your sleep is going to be disrupted, so their routines will be thrown off as well. They will get used to it, depending on their age and adaptability. It took about three years before oldest cat decided that oldest kid was not going to displace her in my affections, and she had taken to cuddling up next to the kid on my bed in the months before she died.

/ok, gotta go cry now
//congratulations
///give the kitties lots of scritches and play with them a lot.
////my bff gave us a feathered cat toy along with our first baby gifts.

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 02:43:42 PM
i283.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-22 02:50:23 PM

Manic Depressive Mouse: I have a question about pukey kitties. Mine has a tendency to throw up if he eats things too quickly, though he's usually ok with his standard kibble. Sometimes, it seems he can handle other foods, sometimes he can't. Any ideas on how I can still give him treats and the occasional scrap without having to wash the floors after him? It's often a very small amount that he can handle - for example 2 cat treats are ok, but if he has 3, then he's sick. Also, he often throws up several times and in different places. Do other cats do that? Why?!?!
Thanks!


I used to have a long haired maine coon type cat who would hoark if she ate too fast, especially kibble. She must have gone hungry as a kit. We would add water to the kiblle to slow down her eating, or mix gooshies with kibble. Sometimes petting to interrupt the nom time too...its an anxiety thing. Also she had a really sensitive stomache. So you may need to change your food..
 
2014-02-22 02:51:28 PM

Frozboz: After trying (officially) for 2+ years, my wife and I finally adopted a bouncing baby boy yesterday.  We've had temporary custody of him since his birth about 2 weeks ago, and are a few states away from home while the paperwork clears.  Anyway, we've seen 3 different pediatricians and all of them ask if we have cats at home.  We do.  Two, Rojo and Winter, ages 7 and 8.  They're generally well-behaved and needless to say are a part of our family.  The doctors all respond with "watch the cats around him".

My question is, how concerned should we be?  Any tips on how to introduce/integrate the new family member, so that everyone gets along?



Congratulations! I don't think you need to be concerned, I would be watchful with any pet and a new baby. There were some old superstitions about cats stealing a babies breath, but surely not in this day and age! Welcome to Caturday!
 
2014-02-22 02:53:19 PM

Haplo127x: Our sweet girl, a few weeks after we rescued her from the streets. She was happy to have a warm house with cuddly blankets.  [img.fark.net image 850x500]



That is certainly a blissed-out kitty! Welcome!
 
2014-02-22 02:54:21 PM

tigerose: Eli cannot decide if he wants in or out. I would think that at 43 degrees he would be nuts not too go.

We had a frost that laid down a thick layer in the pavement..very slick. My poor neighbor slipped and hit her head yesterday! She is in hospital with a concussion. I spoke to her this afternoon. She is still slurring her speech. So..send good thoughts her way pls? Her name is Amy.

Thanks. You guize rock.


Consider them sent!
 
2014-02-22 02:57:21 PM

Crackers Are a Family Food: [img.fark.net image 640x480]

Sad news today.   My guinea pig, Fluff (we just never renamed her when we adopted her), just died an hour ago.  She was always very small, but over the past week, she lost tons of weight (it was painful to pet or hold her because she was all bones) despite constant eating and had trouble keeping her eyes open.  But in spite of that, her personality had no change whatsoever.  She was still her curious, energetic, and very hungry self.

The vet said that she most likely had hyperthyroidism, and we had to go to a specialist in Quakertown to get bloodwork and an accurate diagnosis.  We hadn't made the appointment yet (we were debating whether or not the tests would do more harm than good in her condition - guinea pigs don't take these things well), but I guess it doesn't matter now.

At least when I saw her earlier this morning, she was still herself.  She wasn't suffering in any way.  I guess her body just gave out.  It's really sad - it all happened so quickly, and she was only three years old.  But I've had guinea pigs for over 20 years.  It happens.  I'm just glad she went quickly because guinea pigs usually don't die gracefully.

RIP, Fluff.  I'm sure you're over the Rainbow Bridge and buried in a box of Cheerios.  She went crazy for Cheerios and would literally crawl into the box when she decided that the couple pieces we were giving her weren't enough.  :)



I am so sorry about Fluff sweetie. I know it hurts now, but you gave her such a wonderful and happy life. Cherish her memories. (((((((HUGS)))))))
 
2014-02-22 02:58:11 PM

yobbery: [www.smugmug.com image 362x166] (golden retriever smacked by paper)


POOR FRIDAY!

/looks just like my parent's old retriever Friday
//the only member of the family to not talk down to me
///prolly 'cause she couldn't talk!
 
2014-02-22 03:09:07 PM

GGracie: Looks like snow is on the way for Seattle
[img.fark.net image 525x377]


Uhh... what's a "neerag?"


/and where the heck is Notingshaw?
 
2014-02-22 03:16:46 PM

lilyspad: Diocletian's Last Cabbage: May have to put her in for a purple heat.

Is that some kind of euphemism?  :D


HEART, dammit!


/It was late
//I was late
///TIRED, I MEAN TIRED
/\grrrrrrrrr
 
2014-02-22 03:22:40 PM
Got word earlier that one of the furry terrorists, Muenster, finally succumbed to adrenal gland failure.  She had it for over a year, and lost all of her fur within the first two months.  She didn't do too much with the other ferrets, but she was one of the more vicious ones when we brought in a new ferret.  She mellowed out a lot after she got sick, but thankfully she's finally at peace.  Still miss my furry terror babies, and sorry that the kids have to go through that today.  RIP Muenster, your couch diving antics will be missed.
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Crappy picture, but she was never one to hold still long enough to be photographed.
 
2014-02-22 03:24:45 PM

yobbery: sherpa18: Diocletian's Last Cabbage: Letter from our Alien, she's got another wound - needs more encouragement and hugs.  Please feel free to mention her in any posts this weekend.  May have to put her in for a purple heat.

*waits patiently for our beloved alien to pop in and say hi*[i415.photobucket.com image 542x401]

[www.smugmug.com image 300x220]


HOLY CRAP!  I WEAR that hat and shirt!  And I have a moustache like that!  Did you go into the future and take my pic?  Is that a future selfie?  How did you get that technology?!?!?!

img.fark.net
 
2014-02-22 03:28:28 PM
Been a couple weeks now and I havent been able to bring myself to do this but it's time.

My fiancee and I have been long time lurkers to Caturday, but never posted anything.  I decided to make my Boobies in memory of our cat Anastasia who we had to put down earlier this month.

A one time lab cat, used in a veterenary experiment as a youngster, my fiancee rescued her from a date with the pink juice at one year old, and gave her 14 more years of life.  She survived two bouts with cancer, but the third one did her in, as it spread in her lungs, making it too hard for her to breathe.  She served as a surrogate mom to 6 different kittens, gave blood at the vet clinics my fiancee worked at as needed, and was the sweetest, friendliest, and most full of joy just for being alive cat I have ever met.

Shown here in happier, healthier times, she was loved much, loved much in return and is dearly missed.

i1209.photobucket.com

RIP Baby girl.
 
2014-02-22 03:29:11 PM

UpTheIrons66: This is our little girl Abigail (Abby or AbbaZabba)  She loves to play fetch with her little kitty shiny ball thingys.  I'll sit here, and she'll tap me on the leg or she stretches up to tap me on the arm, I look down and there's her and her ball.  I throw it, and she get it, brings it back and taps me on the leg again.  Goes on for ever.  B-)   I love it so much.
Enjoy

[img.fark.net image 850x637][img.fark.net image 850x637]



My Abby loves to fetch too! I have to move my kitty pictures onto the new computer so I can post them again. Actually all 3 of my kitties love to fetch, but Abby is the absolute best at it. She actually brings the foam ball or cup (she loves the Robitussin dosage cups) and puts it in my hand or right next to me. The other two drop the ball about 4 or 5 feet away and wait for me to get up & get it to throw it again.
 
2014-02-22 03:29:46 PM

tigerose: Manic Depressive Mouse: I have a question about pukey kitties. Mine has a tendency to throw up if he eats things too quickly, though he's usually ok with his standard kibble. Sometimes, it seems he can handle other foods, sometimes he can't. Any ideas on how I can still give him treats and the occasional scrap without having to wash the floors after him? It's often a very small amount that he can handle - for example 2 cat treats are ok, but if he has 3, then he's sick. Also, he often throws up several times and in different places. Do other cats do that? Why?!?!
Thanks!

I used to have a long haired maine coon type cat who would hoark if she ate too fast, especially kibble. She must have gone hungry as a kit. We would add water to the kiblle to slow down her eating, or mix gooshies with kibble. Sometimes petting to interrupt the nom time too...its an anxiety thing. Also she had a really sensitive stomache. So you may need to change your food..


My dad had a cat that did this, and he would just give her a little bit at a time. When she was switched to wet food, it seemed to go down better.

I second changing the food as well as the treats. There might be something in the ingredients that's causing a reaction.

farm3.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 03:33:38 PM
So sorry Bitter Polish Adjutant, that's what took my first kitty years back.

Also sorry to Crackers Are a Family Food and BBBB, though it's good to see you back.

/pic unrelated

farm8.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-22 03:35:45 PM

Manic Depressive Mouse: I have a question about pukey kitties. Mine has a tendency to throw up if he eats things too quickly, though he's usually ok with his standard kibble. Sometimes, it seems he can handle other foods, sometimes he can't. Any ideas on how I can still give him treats and the occasional scrap without having to wash the floors after him? It's often a very small amount that he can handle - for example 2 cat treats are ok, but if he has 3, then he's sick. Also, he often throws up several times and in different places. Do other cats do that? Why?!?!
Thanks!


We had a cat who was allergic to one of the additives used in a lot of kibble/treats, and your 2-treats-good/3-treats-bad situation really reminds me of him. Obviously depending upon the hairballs situation some cats are just more pukey than others, but might be worth trying a change up in the kibble/treats to see what happens. Best of luck. :)
 
2014-02-22 03:36:58 PM
farm3.staticflickr.com

/I'm a threaaaad killer! ♫
//actually it's pretty nice outside. I should go there.
 
2014-02-22 03:41:49 PM

lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 480x475] (wanna buy some wow?)



Looks like someone is about to get an order of Bow-wow!


/woof
 
2014-02-22 03:51:53 PM

spinach gunk: Hai everyone, happee Caturday!

So Buddy scared the shiat out of us last week, but he is back from the brink and doing OK.
He says hai and sends a glamour shot of his rubbable tummy.

[img.fark.net image 800x600]

/Why yes, it is Caturday and I am wearing my brown pants.


GO, BUDDY!  Get well and stay warm.

Wear any color pants you want.

/I occasionally wear pants myself
 
2014-02-22 03:56:42 PM

spinach gunk: [img.fark.net image 574x960] (hoodie)


Whoa, those chicks are hot!


(ducks)
 
2014-02-22 04:01:17 PM

akimbotoo: UpTheIrons66: This is our little girl Abigail (Abby or AbbaZabba)  She loves to play fetch with her little kitty shiny ball thingys.  I'll sit here, and she'll tap me on the leg or she stretches up to tap me on the arm, I look down and there's her and her ball.  I throw it, and she get it, brings it back and taps me on the leg again.  Goes on for ever.  B-)   I love it so much.
Enjoy

[img.fark.net image 850x637][img.fark.net image 850x637]


My Abby loves to fetch too! I have to move my kitty pictures onto the new computer so I can post them again. Actually all 3 of my kitties love to fetch, but Abby is the absolute best at it. She actually brings the foam ball or cup (she loves the Robitussin dosage cups) and puts it in my hand or right next to me. The other two drop the ball about 4 or 5 feet away and wait for me to get up & get it to throw it again.


That's awesome.  Yeah, she just started one day, I felt a little paw tapping on my leg, and it was her with a ball.  Just cracked me up.  Cats are so awesome.   Thanks for your story.  B-)
 
2014-02-22 04:08:00 PM
OneDeltaTenTango, furrgot to offer Conga-Cats & Condolences in equal parts earlier when furrst read yours.  Dog's now immortal, to live in your heart & the Elysian Fields by the Bridge furrever until you come to lead both dog & newly adopted cat who'll supplant but not replace (irregardless of what dictionary says!) across when that distant day comes.
Unca Diocletian's Last Cabbage, reckon GGracie must tell you both what you query. Dunno 1st & 2d's not in Ntl Geo World Atlas, ours creaking from age.
i57.tinypic.com
Dog & Cat Surf Together, credit Lord of the Pings 11-3-13
 
2014-02-22 04:17:09 PM
img.fark.net
 
2014-02-22 04:20:43 PM

Bitter Polish Adjutant: Been a couple weeks now and I havent been able to bring myself to do this but it's time.

My fiancee and I have been long time lurkers to Caturday, but never posted anything.  I decided to make my Boobies in memory of our cat Anastasia who we had to put down earlier this month.

A one time lab cat, used in a veterenary experiment as a youngster, my fiancee rescued her from a date with the pink juice at one year old, and gave her 14 more years of life.  She survived two bouts with cancer, but the third one did her in, as it spread in her lungs, making it too hard for her to breathe.  She served as a surrogate mom to 6 different kittens, gave blood at the vet clinics my fiancee worked at as needed, and was the sweetest, friendliest, and most full of joy just for being alive cat I have ever met.

Shown here in happier, healthier times, she was loved much, loved much in return and is dearly missed.

[i1209.photobucket.com image 850x637]

RIP Baby girl.


I'm so very sorry.  She looks like a real sweetie!
 
2014-02-22 04:22:47 PM

Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: RIP Muenster, your couch diving antics will be missed.


Sorry Honey!  I know you miss all of the terrorists.  Hard to lose one like that...  ((HUGS))
 
2014-02-22 04:24:46 PM

lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 361x640]


OW - MY LIVER!

Picked up some wheels and got out of my folks place early due to impounding weather.  So got some more Caturday time after all!  Will hook up again with you good folks on Moansday, this time fur real.

Goodnight, sweep tight, don't let the Ragnarock bite.  Love your fur babies with all yer might, and love anybody else; black or white!


/my typing is getting the same as my liver and lovemaking
//painful, and doesn't get used much anymore
///turned Clints favorite cartridge of years last Purrsday
 
2014-02-22 04:31:58 PM

Diocletian's Last Cabbage: [img.fark.net image 640x480]


i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-22 04:41:02 PM

Bitter Polish Adjutant: Been a couple weeks now and I havent been able to bring myself to do this but it's time.


 I am sorry for your loss, there's so much grief at first that it's hard for things to come around to life without them. Glad you are holding in and I will send supportive thoughts your way. Time will help a bit and she will always be in your heart and soul.
 
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