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Kitten Corner > WHAT THERE IS NOT SUCH THING ON CATSTER??
Makishi - 1993 ~ - 2008

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Purred: Thu Feb 28, '08 1:15am PST 
The "Cheetoh" is an Ocicat/Bengal cross that is not yet recognized as a breed by any cat registry. Until they get new breed status, they should not be on Catster's breed list.
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New to Catster/Tips & Tricks > Um, how do I use this?
Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Fri May 11, '07 3:05am PST 
Ask your friend how she does it and let us all know.
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New to Catster/Tips & Tricks > Need help with Friendship requests

Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Wed May 9, '07 12:37am PST 
Hi Scooter,
Thanks for the suggestion about the treats. HQ suggested the same thing, but it doesn't seem to work for this particular problem. I can't be in every page every day. I have over 100 of them. Refreshing the browser has helped with only one cat making the request, but with multiple cats on both sides of the request, that doesn't work either. I gave HQ a specific case to look at. The other person has 54 pages and I have over 100. We tried several times and still didn't get them to work.
Karen and Kitties
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New to Catster/Tips & Tricks > Need help with Friendship requests

Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Sat May 5, '07 1:18pm PST 
I have a very large family of cats. I have discovered that Catster is not cross posting all of the cats as it should. When someone asks to be friends with all of my cats, not all of my cats get the new friends when I accept the request and now I know that the other person probably doesn't get all of my cats either unless perhaps they only have one cat. Many times when I accept a request, I get the 'page not found' error before it completes the task. It always shows that the request has been accepted but I discovered that it wasn't working. I have tried refreshing the error page and that hasn't worked. I have written to Catster but they haven't come up with anything yet. Sometimes, only the first cat gets the friends. Sometimes, it's the first few. Surely I'm not the only one that this happens to. Has anybody found a way to correct it? Thanks, Karen
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Laws & Legislation > Attention residents of Aurora, Colorado

Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 30, '07 9:03am PST 
P.S. I would appreciate it if someone who is a member of Dogster would post this information there. I don't own a dog so I can't register there.
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Laws & Legislation > Attention residents of Aurora, Colorado
Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 30, '07 9:03am PST 
P.S. I would appreciate it if someone who is a member of Dogster would post this information there. I don't own a dog so I can't register there.
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Laws & Legislation > Attention residents of Aurora, Colorado

Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 30, '07 8:56am PST 
Dear Kitty Owners,
Dog and cat owners in Aurora, Colorado will find that there has been another fee increase when they license their animals in 2007. The cost of my cat licenses is still within reason, but that's only because I'm a senior citizen and all of my cats are neutered. There are legitimate hobbyists in our city who breed and show their pedigreed animals. The license fee for an intact animal is 10 times what you pay for a neutered animal. The owner of an intact animal has to pay $100 for an intact permit plus the $10 license fee. If a person happens to be a hobby breeder, they pay $200 for a litter permit. In other words, the City of Aurora wants to tax hobby breeders out of business. Small hobby breeders are still the best source of pedigreed pets. These folks raise their babies underfoot and the result is a well socialized pet. Large commercial breeders just put 2 animals together and say "go for it Fluffy". Hobby breeders spend many hours researching pedigrees and looking for the very best breeding stock to meet the goals of their program. They spend a lot of money testing their breeding animals in order to avoid genetic problems such as polycystic kidney disease in the Persian cat. Is the goal of the City of Aurora to have nothing left but random bred animals? Hobby breeders don't make a profit on the sale of their pet puppies and kittens. They don't break even in most cases and there is a limit to what they can lay out to support their hobby. I am not a breeder, but I feel that the fees being charged to these people is extremely discriminatory and punitive. If you are of the same opinion, please join me in emailing the members of the Aurora City Council and expressing that opinion. I have copied the fee schedule below for your information.
Thank you,
Karen and the Furry multitude

Licenses, Permits & Forms
Available licenses and permits:
City Animal License (required for all dogs and cats over the age of six months). Before a license application can be processed, proof of a current rabies vaccination is required (a photocopy of the rabies certificate issued by your veterinarian is acceptable).
Annual Animal License fee = $10
Intact Animal Permit (required for all dogs and cats that have NOT been spayed or neutered) Annual fee = $100 each year the animal is able to produce a litter of puppies or kittens
Litter Permit and Registration Number (required within one week of obtaining a litter of puppies or kittens) Fee = $200 per litter
Fanciers Permit (allows an exemption to the City maximum limit of 3 adult dogs and/or 5 adult cats) One-time Fee = $100
Trapping Permit (for capturing stray/nuisance cats in an approved, privately owned trap) Annual Fee = $20
Guard Dog Permit (for keeping trained, professional guard dogs on private property) Annual fee = $50
To renew a current dog or cat license online, click on the link below:
http://www.auroragov.org/AuroraGov/Departments/Neighborhood_Servic es/Animal_Care/Licenses__Permits__and_Forms/DogandCatLicenseRenewals /index.htm
Animal Licenses
Aurora law requires that all dogs and cats over the age of six (6) months be licensed with the Animal Care Division. In addition, if the animal has not been spayed or neutered in accordance with City ordinances, an Intact Permit must also be purchased each year the animal is physically able to produce a litter of puppies or kittens.
Per City ordinance, license and rabies tags must both be attached to the animal at all times. Failure to comply may result in a summons and fine for the owner.
If a licensed veterinarian inoculated your dog or cat with a 3-year rabies vaccine, a 3-year City of Aurora Animal license and (if applicable) a 3-year Intact Permit may be purchased.
License & Permit Fees:
Certain discounts are available for license fees only. No discount is available for any permit:
Certified service dogs may receive a free license.
Persons 65 or older are eligible for a 50% discount on the 1-year or 3-year license fee.
Owners of a dog with Canine Good Citizen Certification are eligible for a 50% discount on the 1-year or 3-year license fee.
Only one discount is available per person per pet.
1 Year License for Spayed/Neutered “fixed” Animals:
Annual License fee = $ 10.00
License Fee Discount (proof of eligibility required) = $ 5

1 Year Intact Permit for Animals NOT Spayed/Neutered:
Annual Intact Permit fee = $100.00
1 Year License and Intact Permit for Animals NOT Spayed/Neutered:
Annual License fee plus Intact Permit fee= $ 110.00
Discount License fee (proof of eligibility required) plus Intact Permit fee = $ 105.00

3 Year fee for Spayed/Neutered “fixed” Animals: 3-year License fee = $30.00
Discount 3-year License (proof of eligibility required) fee= $15.00
3 Year Intact Permit for Animals NOT Spayed/Neutered:
3-year Intact Permit fee = $300.00
3 Year License and 3 Year Intact Permit for Animals NOT Spayed/Neutered:
3-year License fee plus 3-year Intact Permit fee = $330.00
Discount 3-year License (proof of eligibility required) plus 3-year Intact Permit = $315.00



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Laws & Legislation > Gathering statistics-Please help.

Galahad

Ole Blue Eyes
 
 
Purred: Thu Apr 26, '07 12:43pm PST 
If everyone could answer a few questions for me, it would be a big help.
What city do you live in?
Does your City require cat licenses?
If so, what is the license fee?
Is it more for an intact cat?
Is there a discount for Senior citizens?
Do cat breeders have to be licensed?
Do you need a litter permit?
The more information I can gather, the better.
Thanks in advance.
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Cat Health > Eye infections/URI - Is this just a coincidence?

Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 23, '07 4:33am PST 
It's called left eye goober syndrome. HEE HEE HEE
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Cat Health > Ask for a ringworm test
Casper - 1990 ~ - 2008

The Friendly- Ghost
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 23, '07 4:27am PST 
There are many cases of occult fungus, especially in longhaired cats. Don't rely strictly on the black light to find ringworm. Not all of it is flourescent. There will probably be more cases of ringworm on cats from purebred catteries than on cats off the street. Some catteries never get rid of it because they won't stop breeding long enough to treat it properly. If one cat in a household is infected, you should consider them all infected whether or not they display symptoms.

I would also like to mention that many cases of cheyletiella and notoedric mange are misdiagnosed as ringworm because they can produce the same type of miliary dermatitis.
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