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Ragdoll > What color am I?
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Purred: Sun Oct 11, '09 9:39am PST 
You are seal in color. Your pattern appears to be a mismarked bicolor, but you are also mitted. This is an unaccepted pattern in Ragdolls and reputable breeders do not breed this pattern. You are a seal colored domestic.
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Kitten Corner > Tesla is home
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Purred: Wed Sep 30, '09 10:47am PST 
Well, he has been for a week and a half. Atrus tolerates him. Sometimes they play and I can't tell if they are fighting or playing frown Atrus is a lot bigger than Tesla and I don't want him to hurt him with his massive size. Atrus also spent like 5 days defecating outside of his box in protest but has used his box again for the past 2 days so maybe that is over with now hopefully. They are kept separated most of the time. Tesla's markings are changing all the time! His breeder's photo in his profile was from like 10 weeks old and you can already see major differences in his face.
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Kitten Corner > Oh no, I'm not 10 weeks, I'm 5!?

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Purred: Fri Sep 25, '09 7:10pm PST 
Yes, I am curious as well about where you got your kitten. You live close to me and I know several breeders in this state, including Atrus's breeder who is very close to you.
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Behavior & Training > NEVER adopt a declawed cat (?)

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Purred: Thu Sep 24, '09 7:12pm PST 
Many declawed cats have no complications from the surgery at all, nor behavioral problems. I do not like declawing or promote it, but I think people greatly exaggerate the consequences of declawing (besides, you know, not having claws). I know people do so in order to scare people away from declawing their cats, but it's still lying even if you have good intentions. Some declawed cats may bite, or have litterbox problems, or chronic pain, but many don't. Declawed cats are often excellent pets and certainly aren't "broken" or beyond help.

If you're going to make the argument that declawed cats shouldn't be adopted because they might have behavioral problems, then this person should also be saying that all cats in shelters should not be adopted and be put to sleep because they may have behavioral issues because they did not spend 12-16 weeks with their mother and littermates, were improperly socialized, may not have had a proper vaccination schedule, etc etc.
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Kitten Corner > Please help?

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Purred: Thu Sep 24, '09 7:05pm PST 
The face and head shape are not Ragdoll. I question the "breeder" who didn't know what they were selling you. You are a domestic short hair with some recent pointed ancestry, because of the nice blue eyes and very mismarked seal bicolor pattern. But the head and ear structure are not Ragdoll.
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Kitten Corner > is my kitten a domestic shorthair/bengal mix???
Atrus

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Purred: Tue Sep 22, '09 1:18pm PST 
Ringo is right. The reason your kitten looks so much like the picture you found is because that owner is mistaken as well. That other cat is most certainly not a Bengal mix but a very pretty classic tabby. People who have been around show Bengals know they do not really look like domestic tabbies at all. Shelters really do just slap a breed label or "mix" label on to their kitties to increase their marketing appeal. "Mixes" are more likely to be adopted even if they are not a mix at all but simply labeled as one so they look special. There are no Bengal mixes really and if you find a cat labeled as one, someone is mistaken or lying. Purebred Bengals do not cross breed with domestics intentionally and if one managed to get lost and breed, without papers it would not be an identified purebred Bengal anyway so calling the resulting kittens "Bengal mixes" would be a big assumption.
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Food & Nutrition > Taste of the Wild - why does everyone love it?

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Purred: Sun Sep 13, '09 6:27pm PST 
TOTW certainly seems to be popular and well liked. I saw it at the store today while picking up some canned food for Atrus. 5lbs was like _$12_. Core is about $22 for 5lbs. WTF! Is TOTW really good or just really cheap? Or, somehow, magically, both? It certainly seems to be promoted around the forums often.
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Kitten Corner > Litter Box Time?

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Purred: Wed Sep 9, '09 8:18pm PST 
As far as I know, the mother cat will teach her kittens to use litter properly, though I'm not really sure.

However, kittens should not have access to clumping litters. They will, or can, eat it and it can be fatal. You can use a non-clumping litter for now and switch to clumping, if that is what you prefer, when they are older.
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Kitten Corner > nails

Atrus

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Purred: Wed Sep 9, '09 8:12pm PST 
You'll need to be very careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared fo'll need to be very careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for itneed to be very careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by to be very careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by pracbe very careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practiciery careful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing hcareful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handlful when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling when trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her trimming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her pawsmming her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws andg her claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and makr claws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making aws to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her to make sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her clawake sure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws exsure you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend you do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Ge do not cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get henot cut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her cocut the quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comforthe quick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortablquick (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable wik (it is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with tt is darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this darker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sortker in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of in color, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handolor, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling, you should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling andu should be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutould be able to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

Here 's a picture

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Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting herable to see it but if you cut it it will hurt and bleed)

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If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting her claws in the future will be easier and she willd bleed)

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If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting her claws in the future will be easier and she will wigeed)

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If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting her claws in the future will be easier and she will wiggle

Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting her claws in the future will be easier and she will wiggle less
Here 's a picture

If the claws look too small to safely trim, particularly if you are inexperienced in doing it, you can get your kitten prepared for it by practicing handling her paws and making her claws extend. Get her comfortable with this sort of handling and cutting her claws in the future will be easier and she will wiggle less.
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Choosing the Right Cat > Which one?
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Purred: Sun Aug 30, '09 8:19am PST 
Okay, we put a deposit down and reserved the seal mitted boy smile

He'll be ready in about 3 weeks or so, depending on when his neuter can be scheduled.

I hope Atrus will love him (well, after a while at least)
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