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Cat Health > Anybody Ever Tried GNC Hairball Remedy?
Loki

Loki the Maine- Coon Cat
 
 
Purred: Fri Feb 11, '11 5:47pm PST 
Not familiar with it, but curious - what is the extra fiber?
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Athena
Kiwi- I Adore Zack

Missing Zack,but- love is forever
 
 
Purred: Sun Oct 17, '10 7:39pm PST 
My family and I are so sorry to hear the news.
Hugs and purrs to Athena's family. I know she was a truly beloved girl, and will always be loved.
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Food & Nutrition > Beef flavored Fancy Feast wet - anybody have problems with it?

Loki

Loki the Maine- Coon Cat
 
 
Purred: Sun Sep 26, '10 4:45pm PST 
Classic style beef ( pate) is one of the favorites around here. No issues that we have noticed. We only eat the pate style flavors, once on a while the chunky ones
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Other Meows & Purrs > Fake Cats? Huh?

Maggie

Princess Snow- Belle
 
 
Purred: Thu Aug 5, '10 7:55pm PST 
wave I am pretty sure cats have some sort of sense of humor, Loki and Maggie seem to for sure. I swear they try to make us laugh
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Choosing the Right Cat > Bengal or Maine coon??

Loki

Loki the Maine- Coon Cat
 
 
Purred: Sat Jul 10, '10 7:04pm PST 
We are partial to Maine Coons... smart, gentle... truly amazing cats. But many cats , given plenty of attention and love act more like we think of dogs acting- devoted , playful etc.

Considering the allergies, which have more to do with dander than hair itself you may want to consider a Siberian. Many of them genetically lack a gene that has the protein ( which is in the dander) that causes allergies. Some just produce less of the protein. Even in the "general" cat population some cats produce less of the protein, some more, so some cats may make your Mom and sis sneeze less than others smile
Have you thought of getting a yound adult at a shelter? Perhaps you can see if one has the great personality you want and does not make your family sneeze much?

You are very smart to research cats before getting one!! Good luck finding the right match for your familydancing
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Grooming > Is it possible could cat dander causes an elderly to have shingles?
Maggie

Princess Snow- Belle
 
 
Purred: Wed Jun 2, '10 6:22pm PST 
No, you can't blame a kitty for shingles

This is from WEB MD:

Shingles is a reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, a type of herpes virus that causes chickenpox. After you have had chickenpox, the virus lies inactive in your nerve roots and remains inactive until, in some people, it flares up again. When the virus becomes active again, you get shingles instead of chickenpox.
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Plus Power of the Paw > My Friend, Miss Jeepurrs Creepurrs has disappeared.....

Maggie

Princess Snow- Belle
 
 
Purred: Sat May 22, '10 8:25pm PST 
I just saw Jeepurrs diary latest entry. She has been sighted !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!way to go
Go check out her diary.
Hugs to her mumma and purrs on high that she lets her mumma pick her up and bring her in!!!!!hughug
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Plus Power of the Paw > My Friend, Miss Jeepurrs Creepurrs has disappeared.....

Maggie

Princess Snow- Belle
 
 
Purred: Thu May 20, '10 5:56pm PST 
my family and I are still purring hug We won't stop!!!
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Behavior & Training > What harness will work for a strong, tricky cat.

Loki

Loki the Maine- Coon Cat
 
 
Purred: Wed May 12, '10 5:50pm PST 
The H harness does work great for many cats. We have one that Kiwi uses.

Here is the page that has the step in harness that Loki has . he does have the 3/4" model, but I see in also comes in the 1/2" wide version. The nice thing about this is you can adjust it two ways , which is nice because a big cat has a smaller /different neck than a dog with the same girth.http://www.lupinepet.com/dog/med_dog.php
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Behavior & Training > What harness will work for a strong, tricky cat.
Loki

Loki the Maine- Coon Cat
 
 
Purred: Tue May 11, '10 6:58pm PST 
Try a step in harness. They are made for dogs , but work for larger cats as well. The nice thing about them is you can adjust both the neck and chest/leg areas for a good fit.
Loki uses a medium dog harness (it is lupine brand) . You buy it based on chest meaurement, so depending on your size a small or medium may work.
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