Milky

Help me find a breed for this beautiful cat?

Do you guys know what breed he could be? He has a small tail like a bunny's tail and yes it moves. He has yellow eyes and he has dark grayish spots…


ASKED BY Milky on 6/5/15
TAGGED help, breed, domesticshorthair, japanesebobtail, male, kitten, rescue, stray IN Breeds
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Milky

Help! What kind of breed do you guys think he is?

Any guess what kind of breed he is? I was speculating that he might be a Japanese bobtail. He has no tail but there is a bit that is shaped like…


ASKED BY Milky on 6/5/15
TAGGED breed, japanesebobtail, help, male, notail, domesticshorthair, spots, confused, kitten, cat, whatbreed, helpneeded IN Japanese Bobtail
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Guest Member Since
05/19/2015

The hair at the tip of my cat's tail is really short. Any idea why? See details for more info?

Hi, I have an indoor male cat who is about 4 years old. The tip of his tail, around the last inch, doesn't have regular hair like the rest of him…


ASKED BY Member 1246880 on 5/19/15
TAGGED tail, hairloss IN Health & Wellness
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Guest Member Since
05/18/2015

Do some cats with long tails have longer tails than others?


ASKED BY Member 1246823 on 5/18/15
TAGGED longtail IN Breeds
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Guest Member Since
08/16/2014

I have a 6 month old kitten with nerve damage to her bladder and anus from a tail injury (tail was amputated)?

We have seen two vets, the first said there was nothing we could do, I'd just have to live with it. The second said that we could try Proin, a…


ASKED BY Member 1232108 on 1/6/15
TAGGED injury, tail, nervedamage, kitten, urinary, urinate IN Health & Wellness
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Guest Member Since
11/05/2013

Cattail in the cat litter?

I have a Birman (possibly mixed), medium longhair, approx. 9-12 mo. old, adopted 2 mos. ago. I've been using Dr. Elsie's Precious crystal litter for…


ASKED BY Member 1197837 on 11/5/13
TAGGED catlitter, taildragging, litterboxtraining, soiledtail IN Pet Products
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Guest Member Since
07/27/2013

Recently I brought my female cat to the vet because she was acting strange. We later found out that she took an asthma a?

She is a female cat. She is overweight. And she was recently brought to the vet because she had an asthma attack.


ASKED BY Member 1182730 on 7/28/13
TAGGED tail, female IN Health & Wellness
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