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Behavior & Training > paper-eating
Kessie

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Purred: Thu Dec 6, '12 11:15am PST 
I have a habit of chewing on papers. My mom is starting to worry as it is becoming more frequent. I have done this for years though, chewed on her high school essays, chew on the edges of her homework.

Mom wants to know what the heck is going on with me.
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Cat Health > Are pregnant cats super affectionate?
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Purred: Wed Aug 1, '12 8:42am PST 
My person has been volunteering with other cats at the local humane society. She had the experience of being loved on and cuddled by a pregnant cat.
I'm not too pleased about this development... but is it true that pregnant cats are extra affectionate? My person is wondering if this lovely vocal, cuddly cat will be the same after her babies are born, weaned and she returns to the shelter herself.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Burlington Humane Society in Ontario

Kessie

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Purred: Sun Jul 22, '12 2:50pm PST 
I volunteer there bi-weekly and we are completely full of kittens (and lovely adult cats too!)
It's at the point that a couple litters have been put in dog kennels.

I'm not sure if anyone here is in the market for more kitties but I thought I'd post anyways in case anyone is interested.
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Choosing the Right Cat > 3 Males?

Kessie

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Purred: Sun Jul 22, '12 10:57am PST 
Hello,
My person has found in her volunteering, catsitting and cat-loving that the sex of the cat does not matter very much if the cat is fixed. People tell her that Violet and I shouldn't be able to get along at all or that we must not be friendly because we're girls. We all think that is ridiculous.
I find purrsonality varies between all cats regardless of sex. I don't think 3 neutered males would be a problem. As long as it's a nice slow introduction.
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Cat of the Day & Week > Wow! I'm cat of the day!

Kessie

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Purred: Sat Apr 28, '12 12:23pm PST 
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Well this is a surprise. An old lady cat like me being chosen as cat of the day! (Although around these parts I am the baby... or was the baby as Violet probably remembers I must remind my human to post my kitten pictures at some point)
Thanks for making me cat of the day!
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Cat Health > How to educate parents about declawing
Kessie

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Purred: Sat Apr 21, '12 8:48am PST 
Hi,
I am unfortuantely a declawed cat. My mama got me when she was 12. (I was not her first cat)... All she knew was I was going to be spayed - I came back declawed and limping. She was appropriately horrified and asked her parents why repeatedly. All they cared about was their furniture. But I never scratched any of it... even as a baby. I still limp nearly 12 years later.
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Both old lady cats living with my parents are declawed. I did not want this done to either cat. But as a child I was not consulted. Our first cat (an indoor/outdoor) was NOT declawed and there were NEVER any problems. So I still do not understand why my parents did it. Other than to assume the vet offered it as a "burger and fries" style combo with the spays.
There has been talk of kittens lately.
Due to unfortunate circumstances I was forced to return to my parents house.
Is there any way to nicely inform my parents that any future cat will NOT be declawed? Or win them over? I tried educating my mom a few years back and she just got mad and yelled at me for accusing her of doing something cruel to the cats and then claimed they were both fine.
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Cat Health > Major behaviour changes

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Purred: Mon Mar 12, '12 8:02pm PST 
I am still eating as normal. As for litter changes? None as of yet.
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Cat Health > Major behaviour changes

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Purred: Mon Mar 12, '12 4:45pm PST 
Any ideas as what could be wrong with me? Or am I just getting old and fatter? Note my grandparents are not very pro-vet. And I hate my cat carrier with a passion ever since my last visit to get a gland drained years ago..
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Cat Health > Major behaviour changes

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Purred: Mon Mar 12, '12 4:36pm PST 
Just as a note I am a almost 12 year old spayed girl.
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Cat Health > Major behaviour changes
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Purred: Mon Mar 12, '12 4:35pm PST 
Hi! My mom's sister is worried about me. I am a usually easygoing and affectionate cat who enjoys being picked up and having her belly rubbed.

Since Emily has been home, she's noticed that my belly is a LOT rounder and firmer. At first Emily thought that I have just been eating a lot of treats (I do love to eat) but when she tried to pick me up to rub my belly and trim my claws I freaked out and hissed at her.
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